Posting this as a test of photo upload.
I have loaded several apps for my iPad and have had no success. Then I saw a posting tonight that recommended pic resize.com. It works! Thanks, forum friends.
Hope you didn't damage the block. Check carefully where the broken crank may have hit before it stopped rotating.
Sorry I can't say nice picture but the quality is very good.
Couldn't save the block. It was a 1919 engine in a 26 coupe, and the block had other issues as well. Cracks and valve seats wiped out. We started with a real nice 27 core engine on this one, so nice we were able to bore it to .020" oversize to use some pistons we had on hand. Putting another T back on the road. Life is good.
Then the crank broke on the 1912 T last year the only thing that broke other than the crank was the lip of the timing cover where the crank seal is.