1485 lbs, one crank, cool, must have been good on gas.
My Dad had a 37 Lincoln Zephyr, they had a flathead V12. In the nice coffee table book on Zephyrs they said the engine was a dog, most got replaced with the regular V8 flathead, which had about the same HP and torque. I guess this was a dog too, but a pretty neat engine to see at a car show.
The most common use for these monsters was irrigation pumps where that would run them at about 2350 rpm for 5-6 mounths at a time,shut them down long enough to change oil,oil filter and plugs,typically would run like this for 6-8000 hours before the first overhaul,They were also used in BIG trucks and fire trucks.With a few parts from Thunder v-12,they can be turned to about 5000 rpm,and make about 750 ft.lbs of torque and about 450 hp.:eek