Great looking Patina 1930 Model A Hot Rod on Barn Finds, article by Todd Fitch This rare find is currently
Nate Cooper the founder of “The Flat Spot” a 1928 – 1953 Flathead V8 support has some interesting stuff over
Taking the restomod so much futher are Florida based Revology who are reinventing everything but the shape of the classic
Lovely 1931 Model A sleeper, with a real surprise under the hood!
The legendary Cammer is the engine that made NASCAR change the the rules! Fifty years ago, it was hailed as
In 1948 well known race car builder Frank Kurtis took a wrecked 1941 Buick and turned into the custom car
From the Ford Flathead V8 onward the V8 engine has been the soundtrack to the American Car among others, here’s
The Ford Flathead V8 wasn’t the first V8, but when it debuted in the 1932 Model 18, it brought this
Workhorse engine of the day series from Murilee Martin at Jalopnik featuring the Ford Flathead V8, read on here
Why did the Ford Flathead die? Read Raphael’s article here at Jalopnik which sheds some light on the reasons.