A “CRATE” ENGINE WITH A DIFFERENCE – A ROUSH-BUILT LINCOLN-ZEPHYR V12 ENGINE – Ben Branch @Silodrome

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Who’d have thought that Roush would have built a Lincoln Zephyr V12 Flathead?

Well they did indeed and made a fine job of it too!

The Lincoln-Zephyr V12 engine made its first appearance in the Lincoln-Zephyr models of 1936 with a capacity of 267 cubic inches.

Read about the engine in the Silodrome article here

The engine sold for $16800 at RM Sotheby’s as part of the Dingman collection listing here

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