[Land-speed] Ford Flathead
23.weldon at comcast.net
Thu Aug 5 10:28:17 MDT 2010
Bit of sarcasm here.... How about the newbie street rodder types with scant
1950's experience in their memories form a "one design" flathead street
roadster class and petition the SCTA to add that class to the record book.
Everybody uses the same fiberglass roadster body. (How about a slippery 37
Ford Roadster if someone wants to 3d scan one of the 10 originals and make a
buck from that.) French blocks allowed of course. Turbos, engine
management systems, belly pans, alcohol fuel (PC for environmentalists) all
OK. And of course rear wheel fender skirts.....or maybe no rear fenders.
We're talking a thoroughly modern billet street rod here with the "gee wiz"
"flathead V-8 for power but built in the "tradition" of the 21st century.
They'd love them at "Good Guys".
Ed Weldon =(: ) (Do I have to credit our resident troll and his copyright
rip-off of the Bob Rufi story for the inspiration, skirted rear fenders,
behind my comments above?)
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jim Dincau" <jdincau at qnet.com>
To: "desotoman @dslextreme.com" <desotoman at dslextreme.com>;
<land-speed at autox.team.net>; "Skip Higginbotham" <saltrat at pahrump.com>
Sent: Thursday, August 05, 2010 8:17 AM
Subject: Re: [Land-speed] Ford Flathead
> If you don't have to use vintage parts, what's the point of having a
> vintage class?
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