I have a 1924 engine for sale. It has a starter. Turns over by crank and has compression. Was in a barn fire but should still run. Rear end and tranny available as well. I looked in the tranny cover and all the gears are nice with square shoulders. Shoot me an offer. Located in northern Indiana. Email if you have questions firstname.lastname@example.org engine # 8154911 built 8-6-1923.
Can you ship it by baseball
That would require one helluva big baseball - an extremely massive bat - lots of duct tape - and one powerful hitter.
I have never used them to ship. But am open to looking into that.
I've used then a couple of times for large/heavy items, such as a T engine/trans. Good service and price. Here is their website:
Post on the classified!
Look at the original stop light switch on the bendix cover. Also, I thought the Ford script on the block would be gone by 1924.
Here is a pic of the block number. It is definitely an early 1924 model year. I wondered what that switch was. My 1925 touring doesn't have it.Not sure what carb this is either.
The carb is a Kingston.
Bruce's book says it's August 1923. The judging guidelines says the Ford script and Made In USA was dropped in October.
Thanks guys. I may put it on the classifieds.
Monte I sent you a message. Im only a few miles away. My phone is 2 six 0 three 3 six 65 five 5
Hi Dallas, I emailed you back yesterday. I will try to shoot you a text. Monte 260 four 99 010 eight.
Just curious... what would a fire do to the babbits?
If it got hot enough, the babbitt would melt. As would the solder in the starter and generator. The enameled wire in the generator is probably toast too.