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    Found this one on an engine that hasnt been touched in years...is it Ford? is it an early? or is it a repop from the era?
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  • #2
    Do you have a picture of the other side?
    3 ~ Tudor's
    Henry Ford said
    "It's all nuts and bolts"


    Mitch's Auto Service ctr

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    • #3
      I'd think it's Ford, as the ribs changed at least 4 times that I know of. I guess the draftsmen do that to keep busy.

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      • #4
        It went from a quest to an exercise,its cracked..still wonder however..
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        • Tom Wesenberg
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          How bad is the crack? I wouldn't be surprised to find half the Model A's with at least a small crack in the housing. I think it would be OK, and the way we drive today, it should outlive us. That said, I still look for no cracks, but they are getting hard to find.

        • CM2
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          I would say this one is bad,it shoots out from a bolt hole to a mount. I've got a few more I need to check for my build,I also have that crack repaired one.I'm more curious as to who made it and what it was used on..

        • BILL WILLIAMSON
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          If it's CRACKED, it wouldn't even make a GOOD Garden Bell (DONK!)
          Dad Hearswellstillandpeeswellstill

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