How To Build a Flathead Ford V8 Hotrodding 1949-1953 Engines

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This book is a step-by-step manual on how to take a stock 1949-1953 Ford or Mercury flathead V-8 engine and turn it into a street rod. You'll follow the real-world assembly of three flathead engines from evaluation for purchase to finishing touches. The book has all the clearances, specifications, machining procedures, parts lists, and assembly techniques you'll need. You'll find three different practical examples of hot-rodded flatheads in the book. The first engine buildup is a naturally aspirated motor that is modified for increased performance. The second is a blown motor that procedures even more prodigious horsepower numbers. The third engine is very special: a complete rebuild of a rare and elusive Ardun flathead. This engine's overhead valve conversion kit was designed by Zora Arkus-Duntov, who went on to greater fame as the "father" of the Corvette. This is the only place where you'll find such detailed information on this incredible piece of automotive history. 10 5/8" x 8 1/4", 191 pages, NEW condition. Buy now for complete engine rebuild on a Hot Rod builder's dream.
George McNicholl
"How To Build a Flathead Ford V-8"
191
11.00 x 8.50 x 0.50 inches
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Covers 1949-1953 ford 239.4 c.i. engine and the 1949-1953 Mercury 255.4 c.i. engines, from both the US and Canada, from both cars and pickup trucks.
1949 Ford Ford
1949-1951 Ford Custom
1949-1951 Ford Deluxe
1950-1953 Ford Country Sedan
1950-1953 Ford Country Squire
1950-1953 Ford Crestline
1950-1953 Ford Ranch Wagon
1951-1953 Ford Victoria
1952-1953 Ford Customline
1952-1953 Ford Mainline
1952-1953 Ford Sunliner
1953 Ford Club
1953 Ford Courier Sedan Delivery
1949-1951 Mercury Mercury
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