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Wednesday’s Engines

Wednesday’s Engines

June 25, 2008 8:48 am0 comments

I looked at the various engines installed in the 40 Fords and was amazed at the different looks people create. I am not a “Bling” person so I look for the painted and detailed motors. Each person spends a great deal of money on valve covers, air cleaners, headers, ignitions, etc. and tries to coordinate the overall look. Here are some I thought were unique.

More roadsters tomorrow.

Stay Tooned!

Lynn

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The traditional stock green flathead always looks good to me.

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Here is the flathead with aluminum heads and chrome accessories. Nice early look and very popular among the old and young rodders.

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The standard small block Chey is very popular also. Nice use of color. This is Fords number one option.

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Hemi engines of all sizes are appearing in Forty Fords in increasing numbers. Tough fit.

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Blown Hemi is really an awesome sight under the hood of this old time coupe.

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Bling Ford motor with all the chrome you could fit under the hood.

Dreaming

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Don’s Bell Auto Parts Deuce. Engine is a very healthy 327 SBC. Sounds like a Hot Rod. The red roadster is Terry’s Deuce he built in Michigan.

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