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Ford Flathead V-8 Builder's Handbook 1932-1953: Restorations, Street Rods, Race Cars by Frank Oddo
Flathead spoken here! This guide explains every facet of rebuilding the famous flathead Ford V-8, from disassembly, reconditioning the block (boring, valve seats, crankshaft, rods and pistons and balancing), and bottom-end assembly.
|Publisher:||California Bill's Automotive Hnbks|
|Product dimensions:||8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.44(d)|
About the Author
Frank Oddo was an avid street rodder known for his fine 1940 Ford coupe street rod (originally flathead-powered). He wrote for Street Rodder magazine for 25 years, plus wrote articles for Custom Rodder, Rod & Custom, Hot Rod, Trucking, Classic Trucking and Ford Times. Starting drag racing (with a flathead Ford) in the mid-50s, he subsequently became a dry-lakes and Bonneville racer. At Bonneville he has ran 223 mph in his belly-tank lakester and 208 at El Mirage dry lake. He was a member of the Early Ford V-8 Club and a charter member of the 40s Limited street-rod club. Frank was also a member of the Rod Riders Racing Team, a club affiliated with the Southern California Timing Association.