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Thread: Info on 1937 21 Stud

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    Ralph Moore is offline CHR Member Visit my Photo Gallery
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    Car Year, Make, Model: 1932 5W, Flathead Powered

    Info on 1937 21 Stud


    Hi, I just purchased a 1937 21 stud motor and tranny from a pickup. I plan to use it in my 32 Project. Any info good or bad would be appreciated. I also have a 46 car motor/tranny, but the 37 seems to be in better shape, it turns over and has good compression, the 46 is stuck.
    thanks ahead of time,

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    21 stud flatties are not really good hot rod engines. Hop-up stuff is rare. Swap it to a restorer and find a good 24 stud, even a 255 Merc. They're out there, I have several good ones.

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