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PostSubject: 1/6th Scale Street Rod Engine   Mon 25 Feb 2013, 5:23 am

This is Lincoln Mint kit number 456. I will say that the kit makes a very nice display piece. The instructions are not well written and will mess you up if you aren't careful. The problem is they tell you to put the spark plugs and wires on. Then several steps later they tell you to install the headers. Guess what. They don't go on. Since the plug wires fit very loose they have to be glued. So now you get to unglue everything and start over after the headers are on. Other than that it is an excellent example of a modern street rod engine. The A/C compressor, alternator and Power steering pump are mounted in such a way it would fit under the hood of a narrow car. Like a 32 Ford for example. I think everyone should have one of these in their collection.


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