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Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by Dusters swe, Feb 10, 2010.

  1. Kogel Heads saw them on CL
     

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  2. andyg
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    andyg
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    and I have #2! you want to sell?....pm me
     
  3. Dusters swe
    Joined: Jan 10, 2007
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    Dusters swe
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    from Sweden

    I did find those. MACK Heads to 21 stud. Do any have some more info.
     

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  4. 38FLATTIE
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    Here's a couple sets for Caddy flatheads. 12st set is by Norm Frick, and the second are our custom race heads.
     

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  5. clubcoupe37
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    these aluminum denver heads were on my flathead.
     

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  6. 31ACoupe
    Joined: Nov 14, 2005
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    i have a set of 24 stud cyclone heads and haven't been able to find out anything about them. can anyone tell me where to find info on them? where they were made, when, etc.? appreciate any help.
     
  7. Dusters swe
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    Dusters swe
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    from Sweden

    Early Evans! :D
     

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  8. Larry W
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    from kansas

    Belong to a gentelman in Kansas. Lincoln V-8
     

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  9. fordrat31
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    More banger heads please!!! I love this stuff
     
  10. -Brent-
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    Cyclone1.jpg

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    Here's my Cyclone banger head.
     
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  11. fergenboysinc
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    I have this set hanging in my Speed Cave. Anyone know of the history? I would love to tell a great story about them to my grand kids someday. ;)
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  12. It looks like mine; Tattersfield's !
    Maybe the same period/foundry ?... ;)

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  13. Sixcarb
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    Sixcarb
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    from North NJ

    Osiecki heads I'm working on now in my roadster.
     

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  14. heyitsnate
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    from tacoma,wa

    Just got these osiecki racing heads...i'm excited!
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    Can't believe i got to post twice in this thread!!!
     
  15. showrod
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    I shared this on the HAMB before. my fully finned and polished Grancor 8ba's

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  16. showrod
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    also have this.
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  17. rustyford40
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    from Mass Bay

    This thread makes me glad I didn't sell my flat head
     
  18. Jeff Norwell
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  19. RG49MERC
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    scored this over the weekend..they are 49-53 block letter EDELBROCK heads
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  20. Stumbled accross this thread last night . Awesome stuff guys.

    I'm new to the Flathead Game , with a 24 stud 1941 block and crank on the way for my 41 3 ton Jailbar.

    I was told recently that some Kong heads were two piece , , , as in a top and bottom which bolted together while fitting to the block . Reason given was that they were easier to cast as open halves to form the water jacket cavity . Can anyone tell me more about these ?

    Cheers

    Shrapnel :cool:
     
  21. hershambob
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    these were on an allard at brooklands tonight,check out the head mounted gear shift
     
  22. flatheadkid1
    Joined: Jan 6, 2007
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    flatheadkid1
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    from OHIO

    Here is a set of EVANS boat heads. Water outlets are cast over and 2 bosses cast onto the top for water hookups. Also a set of "CUSTOM" heads made by Almquist. Not sure why Ed Almquist never put his name on them. Would like to find a set of nice Tattersfields.
     

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  23. Ester Eddie
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  24. SOUTHPAW1932
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    Im gonna run these FORA heads in my roadster. Ive never heard of this make has anyone else?
     

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  25. mercjoe
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    Anyone knows when did edelbrock stop using the block letter logo on their heads ?


     
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    winner, winner...chicken dinner!!!!!
     
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  27. Jalopy Joker
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    how about a SO-CAL built V8-60 with Ardun heads, and more. Work done in 1948 by Doane Spencer and Alex Xydias. in 1948 MG-TC that has been upgraded over the years by Dean Moon and others. (see at: british-cars.net)
     

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  28. alchemy
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    1949. They made a few late model heads before they changed the logo. The late heads with the block letters are rare.
     
  29. Juggler
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    Shanafelt
     

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  30. fenderless
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    fenderless
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    from Norway

    Medium rear:) My Baron's!

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    Taildragger&fenderless
     

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