32 Ford

Blk61409

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#65
Yeh, mocked up the engine with the Algon injection and the Grant Spaulding Flamethrower high tech dist :)

If all works we will convert the mechanical FI to electronic and the dist the same.

Still need to do some “fitting” stuff, clearing the steering, headers, etc.

Thank you.
 

Blk61409

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#68
Wow! Nice job, Pat.
I love the look of the injectors on the engine. I also love the smiles on the kids. What a memory maker.
You are making great progress and making me look like a slacker on my '33 Roadster build.
John

Any progress is good progress!! My grandson asked me about how long to build and I told him at the beginning it’s at least a year. So far so good :)
 

JED

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#70
Any progress is good progress!! My grandson asked me about how long to build and I told him at the beginning it’s at least a year. So far so good
I estimate it will be about a year to get my '33 fully assembled, wired, plumbed, body mounted & blocked for painting, etc before I blow it all back apart and build the engine & trans, plus paint & upholstery. At the rate you are going, you should be good for a 1-year completion.
 
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