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Old 08-15-2012, 09:18:55 PM
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Anyone know anthing about these?? The man displaying said it was a Ford with all Ford internal parts. Also forgot to add that he said it was the wrong carb.
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The cylinder resembles a Ford Model T block, if the Model T had a one cylinder engine. The carb is a Holley NH, which was original equipment on the later T engines. But, just because it has internal Ford parts, doesn't mean it was built by Ford.
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Sattley advertised their engine used 14 parts common to Ford engines too!~
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AHhh! the DAYS of interchangeability!
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This is another Mod T parts user.

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Uses Mod T radiator caps for oil and fuel caps, Mod T distributer and internally Mod T piston and rod and valves.


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