Guest kilroy88 Posted June 19, 2015 Share Posted June 19, 2015 Hello forumites! Glad to be here... First question! I am the potential owner of a 1931 Nash flat head 6 cylinder engine, which I would like to power a vintage style speedster based around a Model A Ford chassis. There is very little information that I can find online about these engines, and the man who is selling it has had it for 15 years, and claims it was rebuilt and sat with a friend who kept it as a spare for his own car. Alas, he can't tell me much about them. I am aware that the engines were mated to synchromesh transmissions originally, and have also found a 1931 Chevy synchronized transmission for sale locally. Would it be possible to build an adapter plate for this combination? I am very wary of purchasing the engine until I know whether or not it will be possible to find a period-correct transmission to fit to it! Thanks in advance for any answers and advice. Cheers! -Gregory (p.s. I also found that Hagen's sells some bits and bobs such as fuel, gasketing and electrical components for these engines. Are there other companies selling NOS/REPRO parts for the Model 660 flat heads?) Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
Create an account or sign in to comment
You need to be a member in order to leave a comment
Create an account
Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!Register a new account
Already have an account? Sign in here.Sign In Now