The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by Dusters swe, Feb 10, 2010.
Cool - go buy that sucker and quit talking about it!
Another view of polished HV 12 Zephyrs !
Been wanting thee 21 stud FM's for EVER. Nice !!
GERMAN FLATHEAD 1943 WW2 military truck engine allows for coolant to exit more at rear of block I think.
AM I THE ONLY ONE THAT "JAW DROPPED" ON THIS ONE!!! I think I'm turning green
How about a pic of the Dizzy too!
My spare engine when the Olds is out.
I understand there are still a lot of Dick Heads in government service
blackrat40, I find your statement to be true.
Me too. Those are quite tasty.
Does anybody have a pictures (combustion side) of a Hogan head?
In general, it would be very interesting to se all from the underside.
Thanks for posting #97
Pretty rare Plymouth
Picked this up from a member 5 months ago. Got it cleaned out, new carb gasket set, oil pans and head gaskets, new plugs. Came up with this,
has since been torn down, checked, and painted. Going to put it in a 47 Ford Pickup you see in the back round.
Here ya go...
091711 Wavecrest 073 by SoCalCarCulture, on Flickr
Edmunds Custom. Not all that rare,but I've been looking for a mate for this one for a few years with no luck. If you have one, PM me -64cc chamber, BURKE cast into face between lower fins.
federal mogul 21 studders on ebay now! and reasonably priced
A few pic's of my Twin Plug Flathead fitted with " HOGAN " heads and Nash Twin 8 distrubutor.
If you need a set of Twin plug heads i will be listing a few sets of these New " HOGAN " heads in parts for sale in the next few days. Watch out for these.
Has anybody done any before and after testing to see how much the twin plug heads improve HP?
This is all I could add to this thread.....
Your engine looks Fantastic
Sweet combo, nice attention to detail.
I have these on my '30 roadster
And these on my modified.
Nut rocker, are the plug wire numbers a hand made thing, or something you purchased? I found a partial old set very similar to yours and would love to find more. Mine are made of aluminum.
Hey I did recive a nice wooden box last week !!
Mine are just bits of small copper tube, cut through, opened up then number stamped, slid over the wires and clamped back up. Pretty simple, but took ages.
my 21bolt flathead with EWH -twin plug heads & Nash 16-distr.
Dug out my Cyclones and Thickstun heads covers.
Another interesting read about Flat heads in Hot Rod magazine.
don't kno how to post pix, have v-8 60 SPENCER heads and SMITH JIGGLERS, 1/2 flathead 1/2 ov head, air cooled.
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