At last I found time to take my 1919 touring car out for her first drive with her new George King III engine. Gave a little trouble first starting but it turned out to be a stuck float. Once I got that working right away we went. I can't ever remember this car ever running so good. I got to mow tommarow but you can bet that when I'm done I will be back on the road again with the 19.
Pictures or it didn't happen.
Sorry DanB. The site won't let me load photos from my cell phone. I use the smallest res my phone has and they are still to large for the site. Until I get back to Jersey where I have a puter to resize pic,s you just have to take my word for it.
Curious what all you had done to it?
George King III did my engine and pan (the works, from poured babbits to valve inserts, to truing the pan, etc.). I live in Florida and crated and shipped my block and pan up to him in Connecticutt and he did such a great job, I will not hesitate to do it again if the need should arise, for the extra shipping cost is worth the peace of mind knowing it will be done right. www.enginerestoration.com. Jim Patrick