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Lincoln Ford Hot Rod Rat Rod 337 Flathead Headers (nos) Vintage '49 '50 '51 on 2040-parts.com

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Arnold, Missouri, United States

Arnold, Missouri, United States
EARLY 1950's NOS
Brand:None Country/Region of Manufacture:United States Surface Finish:Steel

VINTAGE FLATHEAD 337 LINCOLN / FORD (NOS)  HEADERS.  THESE ARE VINTAGE HOT ROD  STEEL HEADERS.  EXTREMELY RARE!  PURCHASED FROM BELMONTS HOT ROD SHOP IN NEW ENGLAND ABOUT 20 YEARS AGO.  NEVER USED.  APPROXIMATE LENGTH IS 30 INCHES.  EACH SIDE WEIGHS 5 POUNDS.   THESE WOULD LOOK GREAT REPAINTED OR CERAMIC COATED.  PLEASE UNDERSTAND THESE ARE HEADERS FOR A HOT ROD NOT A STOCK STREET CAR.  THANKS       --   FAITH FAMILY FREEDOM    THE SHIPPING CALCULATED IS FOR USA.

L'argus European Design Competition 2004 announced

Mon, 05 Jul 2004 00:00:00 -0700

French magazine L'argus de l'automobile has launched its 3rd European Design Competition , with the theme: "Imagine the convertible utility vehicle" The competition has been run since 2002, asking students at European design schools to design original utility vehicles. The 2003 competition recieved more than 350 submissions from students of Europe's best schools of art and design. This year there are two major new features: extension of the competition to design students in the new European Union countries, and greater freedom for entrants, with a theme allowing more room for creativity.

Caterham announces cut-price Seven 160 sports car

Wed, 23 Oct 2013 00:00:00 -0700

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Glickenhaus may enter LMP1 class at Le Mans

Wed, 19 Sep 2012 00:00:00 -0700

James Glickenhaus, the man who brought you the Ferrari P4/5, is working on a new car to be used in top-level endurance racing such as the 24 Hours of Le Mans, possibly as early as 2014. Recently, sketches of the car—currently called the P4/5 Competizione LMP—have made their way to the Internet. Glickenhaus made his money in the stock market and film industry, but he became a household name among car guys when he commissioned the one-of-one Ferrari P4/5 Pininfarina.