Got this block with trans from my great grandfather thinking of getting rid of it I would sell them as is together but not sure how to price them from what I can see new pistons, rods (bearings,cam not sure) also a hand full of mods, anyway if any buddy is interested email me at email@example.com or 626 224 6239 Greg Salazar
Are you sure it's not a Model A? If you can post photos we can tell for sure. If it is Model A Fordbarn or HAMB classifieds would be a good place to sell.
Its a T block with after market trans not sure how to load pictures
Go to Google+ and look up greg salazar to see the pictures
I tried searching for Greg Salazar at google+, found 7 persons - none of them shared pictures of car parts? (one of them shared some pics of a cat in a cage?)
Here they are.
just scroll down, engine is reddish brown.
(That stuff is too racy for me.. got to keep it planetary )
Yup, Model T with a lot of work done. Cool.
I can sell you a cast aluminum T block to modern transmission adapter that also incorporates a VW oil pump. It includes the arms to set the engine on the stock T engine mounting locations too.
thanks for viewing the pics guys I apreciate it. You guys think that's racy you should see the one in my model t roadsters....ill try an load it on Google now
Im doing this all from my phone so the picture files are to big if you scroll around on this Google+ page look for the T and the engine. She's a nice car thanks for viewing, I'm trying to get in a club as well could use some help I live in glendora california any tips would help thank you. https://plus.google.com/s/greg%20salazar/photos
Impressive bunch of engineering!!! Is this your great grandfathers work?
You say it will go but won't stop. I see it has some type of auxillary brakes on the rear. What some of us have learned is that front brakes are the answer. There are guys on this forum who you probably near to who can show you what they have done. Hydraulic disc brakes are easy but don't really look right for most of us. BUT it is your car and your neck so you need to make the right decision for you.
Wow, Gregory. A SOHC Rajo. Can you provide some details? Like a lot of details!
I wish I could but all the details unfortunately passed away with my great grandpa "Blackie gold" I'm not too familiar with the car but I'd like to be the more I get out there trying to get in a club hopefully they can give me some information I could learn more.
when you say disc brakes can you plumb into mechanical brakes if so is there a kit out there.
Gregory, check this out.
That is great!! Answers a lot of my questions.
There are suppliers of hydraulic disc brake kits for the rear. I believe Texas T is one and if you search previous postings you will find them mentioned. They provide a master cylinder mounting kit.
You need to modify the front axle "wishbone" and there are several ways that have been used with success. The front axle itself will do the job.
For brakes, well there are many things that have been used, and they usually seem to work well. There are a number of T's in California with front brakes. I don't know where Gendron is, so I don't know who is near you. Maybe they will contact you.
Oh and some guys hate the idea of front brakes on a T. You will encounter that too!!
Dude that's my car.....what same license plate and everything
That guy has his name on the block and the block I have