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- The Book of the Law, Liber 220, Part III
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- Cars We Remember: Flathead trucks, Canadian Mercury, Jag XKE and Buick Riviera
- The L-head or flathead V-8 was made from 1932 through 1953, not 1954. In 1954, Ford came out with a 239 cubic inch Y-block, overhead valve engine. (It was, as I recall, a 238+ engine).
- Motor Mouth: These two flathead-powered Fords will go anywhere
- Both cars are splashed with chrome and straddle two different eras. The '47 design dates back to the 1941 Fords, and the '51 derives from the 1949 Ford that was the company's first all-new postwar design.
- What Is It?
- There were two flathead engine choices. A 239-cubic-inch inline six was standard, and a 268-cubic-inch straight eight was optional. You had a choice of two transmissions.
- Glass Act: This Saucy Speedster is One of Only 2 Prototypes of a Build-Your
- Henry Ford had long been enamored with the industrial potential for soybean plastics.
- Motor Mouth: Pair of restored Fords pickup trophies
- It's an engine that originally took up residence under the hood of Martin's other truck, a 1951 Ford that he also restored to perfection. It's a vehicle Martin's family owned as a farm truck and was nearly as neglected as the flathead that got buried.
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