Ultimate cam 4

The new engines overpowered the old chassis, so modern suspensions and disc-brake swaps were added to the mix.Eventually you could build a whole street rod out of aftermarket commodity parts.For this group-whether building a rat rod, yanking a Chevy that just doesn’t look right in that old Deuce, or building a brand-new car-the outlook couldn’t be rosier, even better than the flathead’s heyday … A good supply of new French (really) blocks exist and outfits like Scat make new H-beam rods and sell cranks with up to a 4.5-inch stroke.Ross, Wiseco, Egge, Arias, and others make pistons in any configuration you desire.The old cam grinders-including Isky, Schneider, Elgin, and others-have both old and new cam grinds.New stainless valves are available from several sources.

Flatheads began to come back, and prices of swap-meet stuff skyrocketed.

Although a great leap forward when it was originally introduced in 1932, by the ’50s the aging motor could not stand up to the new generation of overhead-valve powerplants like the small-block Chevy.

At around the same time, old-time hot rods gave way to modern musclecars and street machines.

This encouraged the old-time flathead parts guys (or their sons) to start repopping the old parts.

Like all fads, once started, the process fed itself.

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Finally, there are brand-new aluminum blocks and Ardun OHV conversion heads and valvetrains.

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