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Hi! From The Auto Nut

I Am A Latecomer To The Classic Restoration Scene At 68 Years Old.
I Have Two Cars, A 1940 Ply. 4 Dr. Sedan And A 1941 Chev 5 Passenger Coupe.
I Need Some Information On The Fireing Order, And Rotation Of The Distribtor ( Clock Wise Or Counter Clockwise ) And Where Number Oneclyinder Is Located On The Original Flat Head Six Engine.
As You Probably Guessed, I Don't Have A Lot Of Experience
Working On Engines.
Any Help You May Give Me Will Be Greatly Appreciated.

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First of all "WELCOME"

secondly - - "what Original Flathead Six Cylinder Engine are you talking about?""
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First of all "WELCOME"

secondly - - "what Original Flathead Six Cylinder Engine are you talking about?""
i am not sure what the engine is. The person i bought it from said it was the original engine that came from the fatory for a 1940 p10 plymouth
4 door seadan. i do not know if there was more than one model engine choice
for that car. Perhaps you could tell me where to look on the engine for I.D.
numbers.

thank you for your response,

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