mikes47

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  1. Ya I wouldnt be surprised if it isn't 8BA.
  2. So I talked to my mom where the car is stored and had her go check the heads. I tired to explain the best I could but I dont know. The numbers she got were upside down, EBA and a backwords D, then B2.12? Ideas? Thanks.
  3. So I talked to my mom where the car is stored and had her go check the heads. I tired to explain the best I could but I dont know. The numbers she got were upside down, EBA and a backwords D, then B2.12? Ideas? Thanks.
  4. I'm pretty sure that its a ford flathead in there right now. I want to get the v-12 back in, at least just to hear it purr! the buttons are going to stay, I want to keep it as stock looking as possible. But maybe a add-on hidden here or there. And did these come with a two speed rear end?
  5. Wow, thanks guys for the replies. Instant help! I have driven the car, well about 10 11 years ago. Ran good, drove great. I'm not sure what size v-8 it is though. Its got a little rust, I only get to see it every so often since its stored in eastern oregon, cause its drier there. It came from NM were my aunt lived. And sadly no fender skirts
  6. Greetings everyone, I am hopeing some one can lead me in the right direction. This is my '47 Zepher. Now I don't know to much, but a little. My great aunt left it to me after she died when I was 12, well 18 years later, I'm starting to have the means to get her back into shape. I know it's the wrong color, my aunt had it painted and a flathead v-8 put in, but I still have the v-12. It needs a rebuild and a oil pump. The interior needs a good cleaning, and the passenger door needs a couple parts for the push button inside. I have heard these are kinda hard to find parts. Also I read somewhere that 46's had push button doors and then swiched to handels in 47? Well enjoy the pics and thanks in advance for all help.