Mint original condition Rajo model B cylinder head for sale. Drilled originally or early on for dual ignition. Appears to have never seen much use, with what appears to be original valves. Rockers have Roller bearings. So nice, it doesn't appear to have ever been re-surfaced. Comes ready to drop on your engine with original valve cover, push rods and all. No manifolds. (If you really want to go fast you don't want the original manifolding anyway.)$4,700.00
Man I wish I had the money for this! Maybe I'll luck out one day...
Ed- does it have the heat crossover port in the middle?
Ed in addition to Dan's ? are the plug threads the same on both sides and what is the combustion chamber depth
Okay guys, first off I miss represented the head. I hadn't seen it and was going by someone elses description. So, update time. It has been surfaced some as I could see when looking at the thickness of the casting at the base (between the surface and the openning) of the spark plug holes on the intake side. The combustion chamber is 1 1/16" deep. It does have the heat crossover port, and the spark plug holes on the exhaust port side are a different size. All that said, it does look like it's had very little use, maybe someone trimmed it for more compression, so it's in great condition ready to mount on an engine and go. Price is now negotiable. I'll post pictures in a few minutes.
This head has been sold.
Price on this Rajo head has been lowered to $3500.00.
Ed aka #4
Want to trade for the 1922 model T roadster pickup I have listed for sale on here? I'm also in California. 831-278-2742
Sorry Daniel, I don't need a project.
Would you like to trade for a beautiful original revolutionary era brass barrel french flintlock?
No thanks Chad, the head is sold.
Np, I have my eyes on the Roof that was my Dad's and my Mom ran for years on her car until it cracked. Whether or not I can get it is debatable however so I thought I would ask.
Never hurts to ask, you never know! Good luck on your endeavors Chad.
In April I'll be returning to CA to pick up my pile of parts and hit Bakersfield. While I have been "out" of the T's for a while I've spread good knowledge but more importantly picked up the knowledge to do full casting including lost wax. Some of the larger pours have been in excessive of 200 pounds.