"Also, I bought a Model B engine. I can read on it Ford and H near the water inlet. It have an aluminum oil pan, crankshaft counterweight, WWII German tag on the flywheel housing (army color all over ) ... BUT dippers on the rods. Could you help me? (Model? Year? Country? Spec? ...) Just some guesses. The German B that has pressurized rods was the G28T, which translates as German (German Ford stuff was always labeled German rather than Deutsch even in Nazi era, because I think of Germany being used as the standard export marking for german goods) 1942 200 inch 4 cylinder. Most wartime german stuff, including v8's, used the 1942 revisions of the motors. Probably any parts carrying a number will show the G prefix. Ford Germany started making BB's in 1932, of course, and soon thereafter beacme a full factory making everything rather than assembling imported parts. Certainly by 1935 at least. BB's of the '32 type were made up to 1940 at least, and the engines were used ater the war in basically 1940-1942 trucks just like Wehrmacht and also in farm machines. Obviously the German B's started out just like USA and GB ones with dippers. There was at leat one series of B's carrying new german designation befoer the 1942 changes...I ran into that number in a wartime parts catalog. I need to go look, can't remember it, but I think it indicated a late 1930's revision...something like G98T. I will try to find that tonight. So at least two versions of german B's existed before the G28T, and I have no idea what the 1930's revision involved yet! I'd love to see pictures as your engine comes apart. Look for any numbers in castings, and possible stamped date codes on things like generator and starter. The "H" on the block...cast or stamped? I wonder if it might designate Heer for a military engine?? I have heard of serials stamped with prefixes possibly marked with miltary designations. What is stamped in the serial pad right above the water hole??