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Today 10:02 AM
Newmster Wow, that's cool seein all the old retro stuff..
Today 09:56 AM
boothboy Brian what you have is a Model T base mounted engine stand. It will work on a Model A block since it has two attach points at the bottom of the block that match on both the T and the A. On the T block two of the holes on the side match two holes on the stand. On the A only one.
Is there a FoMoCo or Ford casting mark on yours? If so it probably came from a Ford Garage and was sold by Ford. I think I see a casting mark in your picture. I'm wondering about this because your mount looks like it was mounted stationary to the floor judging by the base. If it is stamped or cast with a Ford insignia it might be worth some bucks.
The question I was trying to get you to answer about how it attached to the rear of the block was a trick, The stand attaches to the side of the block.

BB
Yesterday 11:11 PM
Joe G
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Originally Posted by MARTINSR View Post
Well it appears I don't know! From what I understand there was a Model A motor on it.

Brian
Looks like it would work on either an A or a T. Maybe that's why there's two sets of upper mounting holes. Here is a modern version:

Engine Stand Adapter



Yesterday 10:49 PM
MARTINSR Well it appears I don't know! From what I understand there was a Model A motor on it.

Brian
Yesterday 08:39 PM
Autoworld Corp
On your picture of the Cast Iron whirly-gig.

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Originally Posted by MARTINSR View Post
Yeah, that coal gas burning car blew me away, never heard of such a thing.

I need to check out that link so I can get a little better understanding of it.

So boys and girls, what is this?

Brian

I believe... That is a 1926-7 Model T Ford engine rebuilding std. **************
It would save me having to build an accessory to do my 3 T engines. Note it will only fit those 2 years of T engines!!!
Joe in Mo.
Yesterday 07:21 PM
boothboy Didn't mean to hi-jack Brian great question. The way it mounts to the engine is very interesting!

BB
Yesterday 07:10 PM
496CHEVY3100
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Originally Posted by boothboy View Post
Do you know it attaches to the back of the block on the particular engine it was made to hold?

BB (Double Smart A**)
n electric shift trans for a reverse mounted engine,??
Yesterday 07:04 PM
boothboy Do you know it attaches to the back of the block on the particular engine it was made to hold?

BB (Double Smart A**)
Yesterday 07:02 PM
MARTINSR
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Originally Posted by boothboy View Post
I know what it is. Brian do you know how it bolts to the back of the engine?

BB (Smart A**)
What do you mean?

Brian
Yesterday 06:41 PM
boothboy I know what it is. Brian do you know how it bolts to the back of the engine?

BB (Smart A**)
Yesterday 05:47 PM
harposrepair Model T???????
Yesterday 05:39 PM
MARTINSR
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Originally Posted by deadbodyman View Post
airplane???? that thing looks like it was made in the 20's
I don't know if it was made in the '20's but it's for a '20's motor!

Brian
Yesterday 05:24 PM
Joe G Chrysler/Dodge/Plymouth/DeSoto 6 cylinder?
Yesterday 05:03 PM
deadbodyman
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Originally Posted by Dragonoake View Post
I'm going to say it fits a specific engine, like a Corvair or a VW
airplane???? that thing looks like it was made in the 20's
Yesterday 04:54 PM
CrashFarmer2 Model A Ford
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