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Ford flathead V8

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    December, 2004
  • From: Tampa, FL.
Posted by Jantrix on Thursday, August 13, 2015 6:57 AM
In my opinion the Revell '32 sedan has the best flattie in a kit. But if you just want to get an engine try Replicas & Miniatures Company of Maryland Mr. Norm Veber @ 317 Roosevelt Avenue, S.W. Glen Burnie, MD 21061 410.768.3648 You can find a lot of his stuff here, but you have to call him to order, he's got no website.

Rob Geeked There is a nasty little four letter word for building something you're not interested in - work. And that's not what we do here. My Photo Album

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    July, 2015
Posted by GriffDogg on Thursday, August 13, 2015 11:21 AM

Wow, thanks for that link, some amazing parts on there! Now I'm not sure if I want the flathead or just get the hop up kit for the 4 banger, either way this build is going to be fun.

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    March, 2010
Posted by 70CudaTJ on Saturday, August 15, 2015 8:26 AM

The Parts Box do a flatty


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    August, 2014
Posted by trainwreck on Sunday, August 16, 2015 3:27 PM

RM,'50 ford pick up, Amt'49 merc both have pretty cool period parts. If you go this route you get to try and figure out what to do with the donor car while your building the "A".Just a thought ,,,,,,Trainwreck.

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    July, 2015
Posted by GriffDogg on Tuesday, August 18, 2015 1:04 PM

agreed, i always loved the 49 merc too, thanks for the suggestion

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    July, 2015
Posted by GriffDogg on Wednesday, August 26, 2015 2:45 PM

I ended up getting the 32 sedan, thanks for the suggestion, very nice detail in the engine, time to start building....

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    April, 2015
Posted by MarcJ27545 on Tuesday, September 01, 2015 8:59 PM

FWIW, I hadn't heard of thepartsbox, and checked them out - what amazing flatheads! I ended up ordering a V8 on account of the odd (to me) supercharged carburetion, and the V12 (which I assume is a Lincoln, did anyone else ever do a flathead V12?). They arrived today, and I am just blown away by the quality. And, something I really like about the resin parts I've seen for automotive models v. aviation models is that I've yet to have to deal with carefully sawing off the pour stubs!

On the bench: "Street Fighter" and "Ford 'T' Street Rod"

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    August, 2014
Posted by trainwreck on Saturday, September 05, 2015 10:08 AM

I wonder if you're kicking yourself for not having waited for the new Revell '29 Ford (it has 2 comlete chassis).Oh well, hindsight's always 20/20. Trainwreck...

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    September, 2011
Posted by Hemi Killer on Tuesday, September 15, 2015 12:55 PM

The Revell 37 Ford Truck has a nice flathead in it. 


Then I got the Model Car Garage resin manifold and Stromberg set that comes with photo etch pieces. 

This is what it looks like done, with the return springs I added

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    June, 2015
Posted by dimaxion on Monday, October 05, 2015 8:44 AM

I have 4 resin V/12's I bought for the Lindburgh Lincoln Contentials . this is part of the kit lacking accuracy . If you call a 1955 Blob of Plastic an Engine ?? I am pleased with the Castings .. Thanx ..


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