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Engines painted at the factory #1334168 Mon Nov 18 2019 03:18 AM
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Jeff Ogden Offline OP
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Trying to go with a factory look on the new 235 going in my 37 so was everything except the starter,generator and distributor painted all the same color.

Re: Engines painted at the factory [Re: Jeff Ogden] #1334170 Mon Nov 18 2019 03:32 AM
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Yes...The engine was built with the water pump and fan, manifolds, draft tube and bell housing installed and then painted Gray.

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Re: Engines painted at the factory [Re: Jeff Ogden] #1334197 Mon Nov 18 2019 02:40 PM
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Joe H Offline
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Jeff, you may have already seen this, https://archive.org/details/MasterHa1936 , from 1936, it is a very detailed film about building cars. I really like the engine section in the beginning. There are three or four parts to it.


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