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About lincolnV12

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  1. OK that picture came out a little bigger than I thought it would but does that look like a Zephyr transmission? Thanks for your help!
  2. As they say, a picture is worth a thousand words so let me see if I can figure out how to attach a picture or at least a link. http://i174.photobucket.com/albums/w106/brians38/Car4-12001.jpg
  3. I don't have a car yet. I was looking for a V8 flathead for my 38 Ford pickup when I found this pile of V12 engines and parts. The owner was moving to Florida and just wanted everything gone so I bought the whole pile of parts. About three pickup loads of stuff. I have 6 v12 engines, and more shocks, heads, cranks, cams, water pumps and misc junk than I know what to do with. Perhaps the T's are really 1's or 7's. I'll have to go look again and get a picture. I'll also check the open and there is an odd shaped shift lever. Thanks
  4. I recently acquired a large pile of V12 parts and among the parts was a transmission. The previous owner couldn?t remember if the transmission belonged to a Zephyr or not. The number stamped into the top of the bell housing above an inspection cover is HTT4643* (star) I believe and the number cast into the tail housing is 86H -1514-9. From these numbers, is it possible to ID this tranny? Thanks
  5. I have a V12 engine from a 1937 Zephyr that is missing the front cover for the timing gears. Will the timing cover from a Ford V8 from the same era interchange? I was thinking the generator may be the same but are there any other parts that interchange between the V12 and the flathead? Thanks for any help!
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