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Hot Rods 430 Lincoln - '37 ford coupe

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by birdman1, Nov 4, 2020.

  1. birdman1
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    I am building a 1937 Ford coupe tribute hotrod for my 3 brothers and I. We raced on the local 1/2 mile dirt tracks in the '60's and 70's. We raced a '57 ford with a 430 Lincoln motor, among others. Two of my brothers are gone now, so this is something I want to do. So I bought the car , and found a 430 from a hamb member in iowa. Got a 6x2 log intake manifold, t5 transmission, switched the rear to open drive. Getting the cam reground too. Thanks to you guys on the Hamb, I learned enough to be dangerous. LoL
     
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  2. 37slantback
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    Can't wait to see that thing fit in that small engine bay.
     
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  3. flamedabone
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    It will fit right in there.....pretty much...

    Sounds cool, post lots of pics.

    -Abone.
     
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  4. speedshifter
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    If you look at theHAMB threads about vintage oval racers there is a#30 modified coupe driven by Mel Payne of Hialeah Fla.also appears to have a 430 Linc engine. Appears to have either 8 carbs or fuel injection. Note the up front magneto (stock location), a really heavy engine. In it's day it had plenty of poop Greg
     
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  5. john W.
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    430 is 740 lbs
     
  6. FrozenMerc
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    Might as well start looking for a few more T5's now. 430's could be rated as high as 500 ft-lbs in stock form, and earned the nickname "Bulldozer" for a reason. More than enough torque to twist a T5 apart, even the WC versions.
     
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  7. alphabet soup
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    I would like to know how this install goes. Had a line on a 462 and trans, but couldn't find much info on an install so I let it go. Ended up using a 426 Dodge. Mainly because it was what I had. It fit pretty good. But I really would liked to have had a Lincoln in it. I do still have a line on a 410 Mercury and trans, so you never know. Gene.
     
  8. brady1929
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    Maybe buy a TKO 500.
     
  9. desotot
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  10. desotot
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    We need pics.
     
  11. Spooky
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