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Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by Dusters swe, Feb 10, 2010.
Full Edmunds dressed 60 & a Simca Vedette 60
How about this conversion on an English Ford 10hp flathead
But wait there’s more
The above cam pic is Not an L100 but a hand made cam that came out of an engine in New Zealand no known info on it
NOS on the Parker heads
This shit seems piled every where
I know I have a bad sickness
I know where that 60 is now.
Will soon be replaced with a BIGGER BADDER 60
Unless you have a TIME Machine, Vic Sr passed away in 1962...
So hiw could he have built a 60 using modern AN fittings????
Why must people LIE to feel important?
What a sleaseball scumbag piece of shit. Guess he had a SOB story to buyer he needed money for bail, to get Mom out of jail too!. Wow.
All these are beautiful! This site killing me time wise so much to look at and not enough time to look feel like "Crazy Eddie" going Insane.
Found these on ebay recently, they seem kind of home-made, but cool. Not a bad price either, though they still have to be machined? Any idea if these are any good?
I have a older set of Offy's with the shallow tapped plug holes. What is the proper plug depth on a aftermarket head? H10C's screwed into the head and the electrode seems to me a little short in the hole. Reason for asking is I am about to Timesert all 8 holes as a couple have older helicoil repairs. I will take a pic of the heads and post in a few.
I haven't followed this entire thread but these Federal Mogul's are fairly rare.....
My Fenton heads. Not many of these around anymore I believe.
Ted Thompson had something similar , he thought it was either a Ron Hogan or Mundell and Slaughter experimental cam. I saw it in the 70s at his place in West Auckland. I know someone who got a load of his stuff after he passed, I will ask if that camshaft was in the pile. It had ES 2 or FS 2 or something similar stamped in the timing gear end of it. ... and had the fuel pump lobe ground off. Jeez the 70s feel like a long time ago.
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