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The Flathead was the first independently designed and built V8 engine produced by the Ford Motor Company for mass production and ranks as one of the company's most important developments. Before the 1932 introduction of this engine (and the accompanying Ford V-8 automobile), almost all production cars aimed at the average consumer used straight-4 and straight-6 engines. "Multi-cylinder" engines...
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The 2012 High Altitude Flathead/Inline Nationals was a three day affair with parking and testing on Friday night, time trials and qualifying on Saturday, and the race on Sunday. I had to catch a flight to Seattle on Sunday, so I missed the actual race. You'll have to settle for incomplete coverage. Because I am asked so frequently about times, I attempted to shoot scoreboard shots after each...
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We are a regional group No. 82 of the Early Ford V8 Club of America. We are dedicated to serving the public while promoting and enjoying the auto hobby. The club is open to all makes of cars and trucks, stock or modified. We regularly participate in local and regional shows and we invite you to...
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Uncommon Engineering is a special and custom order concern featuring custom and competition engine building. Uncommon pioneers custom programmable digital fuel injection installations for all vintage and classic engines, converting vintage carbs to throttle bodies w/TPS, hiding / disguising DFI...
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Ford's V8 was introduced to the world at the perfect time, when young men were discovering just how much fun it was to go fast in their cars. These same young men quickly discovered that the new Ford V8 was faster than anything else widely available at the time. As quickly as the flathead was...
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Is a discussion forum where stock or altered Flathead Engines and nostalgic Flathead enthusiasts can get together and share ideas, photo's tips and tricks. We're not around right now. But you can send us an email and we'll get back to you, asap. Looking For 24 Hour Tech Help With Your Flathead? Check Our Our Facebook Group. The Flat-Spot Flathead Ford Support Group - TheFlat-Spot.com. The...
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Goller's Hot Rods offers a variety of services for the hot rod enthusiast. We specialize in Ford Flathead Parts & Service, engine and chassis builds, along with complete car assembly and tuning. We can also help recommend quality a craftsman for upholstery, paint and body work. Goller's Hot Rods specializes in Ford Flathead design and stocks all the internal parts needed to build original Ford...
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FORD race car owners,drivers, friends and family from Virginia, North Carolina and South Carolina. We not only restore and show these antique racing machines, we actually race them wide open at tracks in Virginia, North Carolina and South Carolina. Check our Schedule and come out and see what it was like in the early days of racin'. Its free and you can have one by contacting our PR Person at...
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Founded in San Leandro, California in 1963, our club recognizes all Ford Motor Company vehicles made between 1932 and 1953, including Ford, Lincoln, Mercury, commercial vehicles, tractors and other Ford powered vehicles built around the world utilizing the 4, 6, 8, and 12 cylinder engines produced by Ford Motor Company. Today, as the Marquee Club of our represented vehicles, with membership of...
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Dick & Mike Landy & D. L. I. Industries * Jim Middlebrook & Vortech Engineering Ernie Cross & Auto Marine Machine * Tom Patterson Engineering * Bruce Crower & Crower Motorsports Rich Manchen Welding * Bobby Walden & Walden Speed Shop * Jerico Transmissions Baron Racing Heads * ZMax Micro Lubricants * Duttweiler Performance * Aviaid Competition Oil Systems Paul Green & Rebar Machine Service *...
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Subscribe to our 1949-1959 Ford Mercury Association Bi-monthly Newsletter Filled with all kinds of photos, vehicle information and humor. We write about overdrive issues, how to test a radio, fixing convertible top leaks around windows, adjusting convertible tops, replacing top castings installing a super charger on a flathead, installing a rack and pinion power steering system on a 1950 Ford,...
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We have a very large amount of good used and new old stock Ford parts. The building is overwhelmingly full and so are our storages...and we are constantly buying more! Whether your looking for "era correct" vintage hot rod parts or needing a part for the correct restoration of a stock original car, there is a good chance we may be able to help you. To inquire for the part your looking for you...
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It seems like lately the hot rod hobby is being inundated with all these “period correct” rules and regulations, and our shop is no different. We get so caught up in building cars that represent and “era” or even a specific year “1948”, that we lose sight of what is really important: build a hot rod that is fast, basic, dependable, and drivable. We used to have a saying around here that we...
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Our car club is dedicated to the knowledge and preservation of Ford Flathead V-8's. We share our expertise and knowledge to enhance the enjoyment of these fine cars. The Albuquerque Tumbleweed Early Ford V-8 Club is a regional member of the National Early Ford V-8 Club of America. Our Flatheads are remembered, nurtured, and preserved here! Some of our club members at the 2012 New Mexico State...
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