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Features *Lets see those detailed traditional engines!!

Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by Bondoboy, Mar 23, 2008.

  1. Blues4U
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  2. Six Ball
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    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!
     
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  3. Little Terry
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    My first flathead
     
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    429 Caddy
     

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    I like the way most of them have generators, not those modern things!
     
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    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.
     
  9. atch
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    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.
     
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    I don't seem to be able to ID this engine by its stud pattern? Any ideas what this is was? :confused:
     
  13. MojoRacing
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    V12 lincoln
     
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    Duuuoooaaaahhh... Note to self. Next time count the spark plugs. :p
     
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    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!
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  20. Six Ball
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    I would like to see a lot more pictures of that. I helped a friend get his '26 Buick running many years agouti it was a six.
     
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    This sure looks like a small alternator :)

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