I have been spending my evenings putting it back together. There is a group of cars on tour, stopping in our town friday night, and I want to meet up with them at the hotel.
Scat crank, Prus head, Stipe 280, Chevy valves, 8N keepers, stock mag and coils.
Great looking project but I think your not going to get the engine to fit that way. You need to turn it so the long part of the block will fit with the frame.
LOL, my namesake never fails to crack me up.
Gosh, Seth. Guess I was working too late. I'll try again tonight, thanks.
Dennis: I think he is working on front wheel drive.
But he's got the coil box lined up right! It just needs to slide under and then back up the firewall, right?
See the T is winking at us. only one head light!
Sure looks nice! Wish my future project looked like that(maybe some day).
Dang it Jack...you took the words right outa my keyboard!! That was the first thing I though of when I saw that pic.
Got the mag gapped last night, and now it is setting in the pan. Hoping to run it tonight.
Ed, you work a lot faster than I do on my projects, best of luck and let us know how it goes.
I made up my mind that no matter what, after 5pm there will be no customer work performed. Only 1927 Fordor. This car had been on the back burner from 1960 to 2013. And it still would be, if not for our very own Don Booth.
So Ed, Did you move the car 90* to fit the motor?