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Eddie Meyer® Midget Ford V8-60 Flathead Front Cover
Eddie Meyer® Midget Ford V8-60 Flathead Front Cover

Eddie Meyer® Midget Ford V8-60 Flathead Front Cover

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Eddie Meyer® Midget Ford V8-60 Flathead Front Cover
Eddie Meyer® Midget Ford V8-60 Flathead Front Cover
Eddie Meyer® Midget Ford V8-60 Flathead Front Cover
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Eddie Meyer® Midget Ford V8-60 Flathead Front Cover
Eddie Meyer® Midget Ford V8-60 Flathead Front Cover
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  • Specifically designed for the Midget Ford V8
  • It is precisely reproduced with the original tooling
  • Engineered for Midget race cars using 1937-40 Ford V8-60 engines
  • Comes drilled to accept typical 1932-41 style Ford flathead V8 3-bolt distributors

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Eddie Meyer® was the genius behind many Ford V8-60 Midget engines, and you can take advantage of his knowledge and experience with this cast aluminum front cover. Reproduced from the original tooling, this front cover is specifically engineered for Midget race cars using 1937-40 Ford V8-60 engines. It is drilled to accept typical 1932-41 style Ford flathead V8 3-bolt distributors.

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  • Tim talks about the rare V8-60 engine and the parts we have to offer for one.
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