The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by Bondoboy, Mar 23, 2008.
Almost identical to the one in my '38 Ford coupe in '62. Fuel delivery wasn't quite as nice, the red lines faded fast. Thanks! Axle twisting gear shucking son if a gun!
My first flathead
I like the way most of them have generators, not those modern things!
A 59 A engine
The variety of speed equipment made for Ford Flatheads makes them one of the most visually attractive engines ever. So many combinations, so similar, so different, so cool.
I agree. A well dressed Ford flathead is probably the most beautiful engine ever.
Please, no drama here. If you don't agree just post pix of what you think is.
I don't seem to be able to ID this engine by its stud pattern? Any ideas what this is was?
Duuuoooaaaahhh... Note to self. Next time count the spark plugs.
Looks like H&H Flatheads vendor display at the GNRS
1924 Buick 4 cyl. I have been building this car for the last few years. Just fired it up for the first time at Christmas!
my old 29 woodie
I would like to see a lot more pictures of that. I helped a friend get his '26 Buick running many years ago but it was a six.
Where’s the generator?
This sure looks like a small alternator
From the HHR in Bowling Green this past weekend.
Dodge 230 almost ready...
The Green Flathead, version 2.0
Are these engines now installed in vehicles? If so we'd appreciate pix of them; perhaps in some other appropriate thread...
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