Steve Scott's 1940 Ford
1940 Ford 2-door sedan owned and restyled by Steve Scott of Reseda, California. Steve installed a balanced 1949 Cadillac engine in the sedan. The engine was bored to 4 inches, and Steve ran it with a Schiefer flywheel, Spalding Flame Thrower ignition, tube push rods, Thomas adjustable hi-lift magnesium rocker arms, 11.5:1 re-worked late model heads and homemade headers. Steve ran it with a 1939 Ford floorbox transmission. Steve ran the sedanr when he started Jr. College, and while he was working on the Uncertain-T.
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