Episode 41 of Tom Cotter’s excellent YouTube series Barn Find Hunter finds Tom visiting Randy Carlson and his eclectic car
Nice article on the Ford Flathead V8 from the enthusiast’s perspective, really entertaining and rightly points out the impact the
Stage 1 A brand new Flathead V8 block with a lot of the inherent issues from the original engineered out.
The full article is here on Hot Rod’s website written by Marlan Davis copyright Hot Rod Flathead Myths courtesy of
With its bulbous fenders and vertical grille, the 1936 Ford Model 48 looked like a gangster’s car without a doubt.
Great looking Patina 1930 Model A Hot Rod on Barn Finds, article by Todd Fitch This rare find is currently
Ten Antique Speedsters, Automobiles and Trucks Found Buried at Teardown Site http://theoldmotor.com/?p=170980 — Read on theoldmotor.com/
Nate Cooper the founder of “The Flat Spot” a 1928 – 1953 Flathead V8 support has some interesting stuff over
Mike Herman’s well known H&H Flathead’s and their Dixon SOHV cylinder head are featured in Zach Martin’s HotRod Network article. The
Here’s a great video published by Bill McGuire on YouTube featuring the launch of the 32 Ford and the famous