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You could be right, the info came from a friend, maybe he switched numbers, numbers are not visible anymore, because engine is already in the car.
Thanks for your input, I will try Ford Barn and van Pelts.
Does anyone know if industrial engines have different nummers?
The engine is allready in the car and therefore is the number not visible anymore
it has an 18 on the bellhousing
For inspection they need some kind of proof from the internet, if that is true... from what year and how much power it will produce. But may be...
some pics, engine was used for emergency ower[ATTACH] [ATTACH]
My friend has to go to inspection for a vehicle registration for his model A with V8 Flathead, now he needs to know what year and HP...
Thanks guys for all the info, I can surely work with this.
Hey guys, it is bin a while.. but I am working now on my '49 Pontiac Streamliner and I put a 8.8 Ford Explorer in the rear, now is the driven...
Google scrub factor and it makes logic
Thanks guys for the input, I know the problem sitting in a chopped car, I am well over 6 foot tall, sometimes after a chop I had to chop my seat...
Thanks Paul, got any pics?
Hey guys, after many years.. I need some info, and most of all pics of chops on a "31 Chevy 5W, I am thinking of 3", so I do not have to sep. chop...
This weekend I visited the grave of my friend Willem, and what a grave ! He went much too soon at an age of 46, miss you man!
Chopped my '32 during the winter, ready for the summer!
Thanks for the info, I will wait my turn.
tried that one several times, no luck so far...
Here is my Deuce, no one said it should all be Fords...
A while ago I ordered an electronic ignition for my French Flathead from Jim Linder from Bubba's HotRodShop, after some trouble I got my ignition...
I am running the Flathead with the stock Zenith carb and intake which is very good on fuel what is not a bad thing overhere. Does someone know...
Finally my French Flathead is moving someting, my '32 Plymouth
Good plan! Here is my slightly altered, not yet chopped '32
And some more in my hood
filled my roof with 486 louvers
No it is not the car in my avatar, it is a '32 Plymouth tudor, about 1220 kg, you do the measure..
Thanks all you guys for the input, last week I put a broadband lambda sonde in the exhaust for measuring the fuel/air ratio and it sits nicely...
ok the question was, what rev's do you normally drive at 60 m/h..
I start doing testruns on my project Flathead with a Volvo overdrive gearbox with a S10 3. someting rear, so far I got 60 miles/h with only...
Great details man! I love the cloth in the glovebox..
I put in some more detail in my Plymouth
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