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Old 05-28-2017, 04:13 AM   #1
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finally got the engines finished up and running. The Ford 1 aka "kitchen sink" and the Ford 2, altho not a Ford engine but a Leon Ridenour engine as seen at the end of his build dvd.


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They look very nice. Any chance of a video of them running?


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Fantastic. They run beautifully.
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The both run very well. I like the steady beat of the Ford kitchen sink engine.

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Fellows, all I have is a black square where the video is suppose to be, what is going on with that, Joe
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Fellows, all I have is a black square where the video is suppose to be, what is going on with that, Joe
It's an Internet Explorer incompatibility with the forum software. Not sure if/when it'll be fixed but opening on another browser will allow you to see the videos.


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