How I got where I'm at. Bought a new to me Wrecked 40 Ford Coupe. Prior 2 owners have both passed. It's been sitting Wrecked 25 years. It appears to have been built early 70's. Yes, it's a Street Rod, I can take care of that part without any help. Over the years most of the damaged parts disappeared leading to my question/problem. It appears there was a Crank Driven manual fan on the motor. I'd like to replace that for the time being. Plans are to make it run and drive as is, so I know what I actually bought. Yes I can machine up parts but if I can buy what I need and save time being it's a Temp fix that's what I'd like to do. Hunting online has turned up nothing yet so here I am. Did Snow-white supply a fan blade at the time for their hub? Was there a spacer to the fan blade? So to add to the little issue the hub in the photo that appears to be part of the initial kit is a bit odd. It has an index shoulder for centering and an odd size. It measures 1.205. Rather large for a standard fan blade. Then there is the threaded bolt holes. Not the expected 5/16" but rather 3/8" and had loose socket head bolts in them. Something was taken off and missing. Add to that, the 4 bolt holes are not on a Square pattern. One direction they are 1.250" center to center the other direction 1.625. What's that all about? Yes I can machine off the centering stub, redrill and tap a different bolt pattern but for now I'd rather keep it simple and bolt something on and keep moving forward. Anyone here had first-hand experience or good knowledge with what I need? Hell No I'm not putting an electric fan on it! P.S. Please don't bang on me for the M-2 in the photo. That will also soon be going in the Scrap Trailer. Remember, it was a Street Rod to be proud of back in its day.