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Old 06-30-2006, 08:26 AM
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Hi, Im new at posting messages, My current project is a 1936 dodge 1 1/2 ton dump truck and am looking for information on the engine.

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Old 06-30-2006, 09:18 AM
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Welcome to Hotrodders...just ask your question in the Engine forum and you should get some answers.
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Welcome to the site doall69. That truck had a 201 cubic inch six cylinder flathead engine with a whopping 70 horsepower.

You will find lots of info and opinions here. To get the most out of the site check out the Knowledge Base and use the search function to get quick answers to your questions. How about some pics so we can see what you are starting with. Better yet check out the Project Journals and start a Project Journal of your own so we can all follow along with the build.

As this is the introduction forum you may want to repost your question in the
Engine forum to get more exposure.

As well for more info you might try the Inliners site. They have an engine and mopar forums on their bulletin board.

http://www.inliners.org/

Good luck with your project.
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