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  1. Excellent thread. I pulled the V12 from my Continental last Oct. Had it rebuilt by H&H. Don't know the result of that yet. Curious why you say to attach the hoist to the exhaust manifold bolts and not the head bolts? My helper and I are having a difficult time getting the engine back into the car. Engine is in place, but the last four inches to do the transmission connection is not working. Welcome to any ideas?' Sincerely,https://photos.google.com/search/_tra_/photo/AF1QipNiP1uzfsadCS41ki-7jDjLVXWdyT8SoOXlhKS_ https://photos.google.com/search/_tra_/photo/AF1QipO1q0TMRyrYMI0vf5TmUuHVtjYx5zloDz6zJP-2
  2. I have the engine out of my 1941 Lincoln Continental. I want to remove the overdrive transmission. I can find no information on how to do this. Help please!
  3. I can also tell a couple of horror stories. I am also in a Western Suburb looking for someone to rebuild my engine in my 41 Continental. A friend also has a 41 and the told me this. "Allen Wolf at Stan's Mobile gas station in Batavia. He is an excellent mechanic and is familiar with the flat head V8's and V12's. Just give him a call at 630 879 0999. I have spoken with him and he sounds ok. But, they have no place to keep the dar overnight inside and they are kind of far for me. If you try him or find one else good. Please let me know.
  4. I have done all of those things and more.
  5. I live in a Chicago suburb. I have a 1941 Lincoln Continental. I am looking for an experienced mechanic to possibly overhaul, or at least figure out why the engine is over heating. My garage or his place.