Ok… time for another give away.
I have a National Motor Museum Mint die-cast car to give away. It is the 10 millionth car Ford produced. It was 1924 and the 1924 Model T Touring Car was the car of choice.
When new, the “real” car would cost between $295 and $380. There were 773,102 produced and it was powered by the L-4. With 176.7 cubic inches displaced it muscled out 20 Horse power.
How do you win? Post of a good picture of your 1920-1950 engine, tell us what it is and get someone to like the pic. The engine picture with the most Likes wins.
You can post it on our Facebook page located here: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Average-Guys-Car-Restoration-Mods-and-Racing/185827701454279
You can’t win if you don’t play.
Thanks for reading.