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Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by Dusters swe, Feb 10, 2010.
Somewhat matched set of Fenton heads and intake i got! Not so rare but neat to me.
ill take pictures later, but i picked up an allstate head yesterday...just the one! if anyone has its brother out there, let me know!
my weiand "full race" 8.75:1 compression heads.can anyone put a date on these?
Chas Caproff was the owner of small machine shop located on Brunswick Avenue, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. during the 50's/60's
That has got to be a rare set! ^^^^^^^
I ran a rayday head on my roadster. Long sad story filled with regret.
Wow, way too cool. Never seen those before.
how bout some edmunds custom heads i picked up at hershey a few years back for a cadillac ?seems you rarely see the huge fins on these heads. they always seem to have smaller tighter fins. sorry for the cell phone pics
some i just finished
These are for my 8ba project. Do you have a well-tried method for cleaning aluminum parts? I'd appreciate if someone could share his method.
Lets keep this one going. I managed to pic up a pair of the Hogan twin plug heads made here in New Zealand by Ron Hogan. I am working on getting an ignition set up for it. I have a Nash 16 lead dizzy lined up and saw on another thread that Don Orosco does an adapter for the Flathead to Nash dizzy, has anyone use one of these adapter and know what they cost? Here are the pics.
I'm getting ready to use these on the new engine for my 33 pickup
Ive just built a prototype twin plug dizzy for Garth using the Nash cap and the original flathead dizzy body, not real sure he would be to keen on me handing out to much info on it at the moment though as hes tooling up to market these things. PM me though if you want me to ask him if he is willing to sell you one.
This isn't rare, except that it is #1
here's my cyclones with matching tri-power intake
Andy's old stuff...
This V8 mill is amazing, though I'm no GM guy. I'm frankly stumped!
My wag is flat Cad, about '47. It's in a '52 Chevy in a junkyard. Fire away!
I've got a set of Tattersfield too
Here are some rare Alexander 1938 f-head cylinder heads for 24 stud flathead engines. Several sets were made for 21 stud engines but only two or three sets were made for the 24 stud.
at the speedway museum. Went there on power tour 08 my first and probably last. too many camaros, corvettes, and muscle cars. not enough old school stuff, Did get a lot of attention from old timers with my 41 coupe
Aren't the all rare these days? LOL j/k
Also i don't know if this helps but the French flathead front timing cover takes a Nash twin fire dizzy without any modification. Have just built one for a customer.
PM me if you need one, have plenty spare.
Rare to me just got them, supposed to be nos. 21 stud Eddie Meyers haven't been able to prove or disprove though.
Now those are really cool! I've never actually seen a set of them - thanks for sharing!
velocity f heads, they made 3 pairs, i found them burried in an old timers garage, told a buddy who actually has money and he worked out a deal on them. i ended up with the blue prints, i had them scanned but when the last computer crapped out i lost them, they are still saved on a disc somewhere just have to find it. it would be neat to make a run of them but they supposedly didn't run much better than a stocker.
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