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Old 02-21-2013, 07:33 PM
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I have a 1950 Chrysler Windsor with a 251 spitfire flathead . can anyone tell me if their is a modern distributor that will fit? I've heard a v6 s-10 one has been used but cant find that page again .......

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is that a rear distributor hemi
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no its a flathead 6 location is on the drivers side? or are you telling a rear distributor off a hemi will work?
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mopar forums ?

have you checked out the mopar forums, I know that chevy 6 parts can be made to work on chevy 6's from the 30's thru the late 50's to 12 V conversions. I have a Bosh racing Ignition on My 1922 model T speedster and the housing Dia and shaft size are the same as a Bosch 009 VW Bug distributor, MY next project on the Speedster is to upgrade the T to 12 V with the VW parts.
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no on hemi

Hemi is V 8, some parts like points and condensor Might Fit , but most likely not. Chrysled made industrial Flat head 6's used in construction equipment, stationary air compressors, ( 3 cylinders were the engine and 3 cylinders were used to pump air. ) Mopar guys might know if the Slant 6 parts would work .
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Try asking your question here. Inliners International devoted to all Inline powered vehicles They would know if anyone would.

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