Advertisements Took a trip over to strip and inspect the Model B engine, on the whole it was very encouraging.
Advertisements Until the mid ’50s the Flathead Ford V-8 was king. The engines were plentiful, cheap, and could easily
Advertisements THE 1932-’34 FORD MODEL B ENGINE MAY LOOK LIKE ITS PREDECESSOR, BUT IT’S A MAJOR IMPROVEMENT For 1932, Ford
Advertisements Just like the ’30s, bro This Winfield intake, Cyclone adapter (to install a Stromberg), and RayDay cylinder head were
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Advertisements The 1932 highboy roadster is an example of the quintessential hot rod. The ’32 highboy was born on California’s
Advertisements The engine that started it all. By now V8s are popular enough for just about every auto manufacturer to
Advertisements Ford came out with the small V8 in 1937 to provide a more fuel efficient and less expensive option
Advertisements Having never seen a genuine 1940 model pick-up slammed on the ground, Adam Guglielmi felt it was high time
Advertisements With Detroit Autorama getting shockingly close, Scott Sheehan — our hero — has turned what looked like a car into a bare frame.