[Land-speed] Ford Flathead
v4gmr at yahoo.com
Thu Aug 5 10:22:06 MDT 2010
Tjhe rule is clear. "any production FORD/MERCURY passenger car V-8 flathead engine, 1932 through 1953, up to 325 cid." How would the French blocks fit into that? Once again if you don't like a rule there are ways of trying to have them changed. Good luck with that.
--- On Thu, 8/5/10, drmayf <drmayf at mayfco.com> wrote:
From: drmayf <drmayf at mayfco.com>
Subject: Re: [Land-speed] Ford Flathead
To: "Skip Higginbotham" <saltrat at pahrump.com>
Cc: land-speed at autox.team.net, "desotoman @dslextreme.com" <desotoman at dslextreme.com>
Date: Thursday, August 5, 2010, 8:49 AM
Skip, me too! I was wondering how all the aftermarket super blocks fit
into this argument. What makes a "Fench" block unacceptable?
Skip Higginbotham wrote:
> Please help me understand how a stronger block makes an unlevel
> playing field. Does that make a World Castings Chevy Merlin block unfair?
> Since I have not studied the "French" issues, this may be a dumb
> question........is there more to it?
> At 12:10 PM 8/4/2010, desotoman @dslextreme.com wrote:
>> "The french rule makes flathead "Lovers" spend more $. Bad! Jack"
>> Sorry Jack, I disagree, it makes for a level playing field.
>> Tom Gerardi
Land-speed at autox.team.net
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