I just acquired a 1953 F600 Pickup / Flatbed in relatively good condition and it has a cool hot rod Lincoln motor. Very cool truck and very original. All metal is in great condition and very low rust. Has the nice grille with the teeth ! Upon opening the hood, it appears to have a Lincoln Y-Block with a 2-bbl carb. Although dirty on the top side, the engine is free and turns by hand. The oil (dip stick) is very clean, smells good, no dirt or water. The carburetor is clean and oily looking (not dirty or dusty). When I removed the radiator cap, the radiator is wet and still smells of antifreeze. I wouldn't think these old trucks originally came with a Lincoln motor and assume it was replaced at some point, but I'm not sure. The only details I can find from searching on the internet, is that Lincoln made a y-block (368 ci) but I don't know much about them or what years they were made. 1.) Can anyone identify the engine from the photos below ? 2.) Are the plugs / wires / points / condenser compatible with anything else that I might be able to find at my local parts store ? 3.) Are these old engines known to be pretty good ? 4.) Can anyone identify that carburetor ? I'll need to know what rebuild kit to buy. I'm optimistic that I can get it going, but need to know a few details before I start ordering parts, plugs, points, wires, carburetor kit, etc.. Thanks in advance, Mike Nelson Denison, Tx ACME Garage .