dgacutan

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About dgacutan

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  1. Thanks to all for your help. It appears that the engine is a Nash Super 6 OHV engine.
  2. For those that are still open to helping me identify the engine, I have a new picture of the engine that I think will help. It shows a very interesting drive shaft extending back from the generator that drives the water pump. This looks very unique. Does this help nail down what this engine is? I added the picture of the generator/shaft and waterpump above. Thanks again.
  3. Thank you Msmazcol. I just joined the Divco Club and its a great idea to contact John Rienzo directly. I'll let you know if I need you help in contacting him. Thanks again. Dennis
  4. Thanks John, interesting comment about the exhaust pipe as the manifold. Dennis
  5. Thanks Frank, do you have a pic of your engine in the 61 American I can see? Dennis
  6. Hi, I'm new to the forum, but this looks like a good place to get help on identifying the engine in my newly purchased 1960 Divco Milk Truck. Please see the attached pictures. Can anyone identify the engine? I've read that it could be a Nash OHV or Ford OHV engine. One of the pics shows "DIV7907" stamped on the block. Thanks. Dennis G.