The Jalopy Journal
There is always "gravity" start,,, with a manual gearbox,,
GREAT SAVE ! If it took 5 lug wheels, it may have been a V8. Unless that is an export thing over there. An upper strut connecter is a good idea.
Hook up a tach/dwell meter, a find an RPM that is comfortable. It will probably be buzzin' at 55.
"Bonneville".....fastest place on earth....Louise Ann Noeth
Not quite Hot Rods, but, " McQueen's Machines"....Matt Stone
FWIW,,,closest # I found was 2SA-101,,,REO,, '32-'''39. From a 1963 FM spec' book. What are the journal sizes, and stroke?
Looks like a mis-aligned industrial application part....IMO
Stud' for sure, straight 8, perhaps,,,
There is this thing called aerodynamics,,,,,,,,:D
It might be for a F600, 1960, or for 4x4 250's. A step up from the Gemmer box.
I've had good luck for years with COPPER COTE, either spray or dauber, de pending on the gasket.
Might that have been used to move a carb' back from a HD oversize generator, say on a fire truck?
Road & Track mag has piece on DG this issue,,,,FWIW
Sad news,,,Dan Gurney has passed away.
Quite a project there,,,too much chop on those makes the fat body even more so,,,:(
That's nice,,,No, we're not related,,,:D
That truck's a '54
Used to have one, without the corner windows, nothin' fancy daily driver, but I still think about it.
Do you guys remember the Ace Speed Shop, in Charlotte ?
Roberts Motor parts.com
Same thing with trying to sell a Harley on CL,,, it's crap.
Is there any indication that it was ever run? it may have been someone's wet dream that never went beyond what you see.
No personal experience, but consider soda blasting.
WOW,,,a true hero of American automobile doin's,,,,,,,,,,and don't forget his motorcycle.
Interesting gear lever bend and mount, step-in van?
Those rims can be dangerous, but are much maligned.
MOPAR something,with peg holes,,?
Don't know about bones, but as a machinist, it looks like that was improperly indexed in process.
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