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And it looks like you are hauling a Nimbus motorcycle in the chevys bed.
The red one?
A few more:
I think the engis is from a plane.
And you're welcome.
It was a great weekend, a little wet. But not as TROG in CA last year
I'm sorry.You have to be on Facebook, to be able to se the pictures.
Rømø Motor Festival was yesterday, 9/9 20017.
Its formed after ROG.
I rember that it happened in the 90ties. But i couldnt remember when.
I have searched(Googled it) and cant find it anywhere.
And the picture was taken in 1953 i Odense.
The train was moving slow, at the time, going to the harbour.
The owners name was Madsen, called...
The Jack Stewart Ford has a Caddie flathead.
Im pretty sure this one was there last year as well. It had 5 spokes then.
They where more interesting last year.
Ive seen this shop before:D
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I know the page is in swedish, but if you e mail Jonas, email@example.com, in...
Wolfcreek-Steve is right. Grey smoke is whats inside all kinds of electronics, dynamoes and generators. When it comes out, they are ruined,
"The T-20 was formally approved by U.S. Army Ordnance for production at GM's Guide Lamp Division in Anderson, Indiana in December...
If you arent the winner, buy it.
Its worth reading.
I used to have a 6/71 supercharger on the bedroom floor. My, now ex-wife, did mind. She hit it with her toes :D
The coupe looks great.
But the "B" must refer to the old engine class system. I doubt that it has a flathead with 439-373 cui. Thats a pretty big flathead.
That is right, but they used to be:
A Class....0-150 Cui
B Class....150-250 Cui
C Class....250-350 Cui
D Class....350 Cui & over
I know they are new, but still.
Thank you, that was what i was looking for.
because i like the look of the 59A over the 8BA, and i have a french flathead.
Is it possible to see some pictures?
XF is flathead Ford in SCTA. So the roadster in your picture is in the flathead powered gas roadster class.
I think the "B" is from the old days...
Ive seen several places, that you can use 48-42 heads on a 49-53 flathead, with minor modifications.
But what modifications?
I have looked in the...
There is a much better picture of it here
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