Mssr. Bwatoe

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    BORN AND RAISED IN THE GREAT MIDWEST, LOVING BASEBALL, HOT DOGS ROLLING ROCK AND ALL THINGS FORD

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  1. old one from my magic bus, cops pulled me over, I took it off.....We had a disagreement about a rolling stop, I told him first gear un-synchronized, required a full stop, and he must be mistaken...still got ticket. and schooled about plate....
  2. had one, sold to guy from Blissfield Mi, had been chopped up, but Flathead was not frozen....
  3. A covid visit to my 87 year old dad from his 3 rd floor room balcony not allowed to mingle due to virus...
  4. Hey Soul, jump to the starter with 12 volt jumper-- cranks nice and fast ..it will fire up--keep the 12 v on the starter side of the solenoid, not the battery side..( i read in old Ford service book) The 6 volts still fires coil etc...
  5. old pic outside the Zoar Tavern..several years ago...
  6. Ran up to Ann Arbor and Milan , first nice top down day suitable for freeway speed...car did ok.. Wife likes garden stuff...first sunburn of season. We live just over the border in Sylvania, suburb of Toledo, just down the road from Whiteford and Ottawa Lake Mi. It is ideal motoring, Michigan Speedway is nestled up the road in and amongst the beautiful Irish Hills, hone to dozens of recreational lakes nice drives....
  7. Stop!! pull plugs, look for impact-- poss pull head.. did you lose any bolts or nuts?? chk compression listen for which side.. top or bottom... sounds like upper to me.. dont run it any more..
  8. http://www.oldcarmanualproject.com/manuals/engine/LincolnV12/index.htm I dont see waterpumps, I just tight down..with hand tools, its cast and pretty hard....google it or someone will chime in.. i'm a bit of a shadetree amateur! this is a cool site, many manuals viewable wrench
  9. Mr Cole wrote in a long back issue about the origin, and even met descendants of John Tjaarda the designer I believe Ferdinand Porsche and Henry Ford both bought into the design, I have on occasion to visit a classic VW gathering and try to explain the heritage..pretty neat..