1931 Ford Model A pick-up

The ground up project

Besides the Tudor, I'm doing the brakes on, I also have a the body for '31 Model A pick-up, a frame, and a couple of other things. Still needs a lot of things to be able to build it. 

As the project progresses, I'll try to update the project-blog: http://dannerrs31fordapu.blogspot.com/
My friend and mechanic, Pedersen, in the picture.

Mesurements

Below are some of the mesurements for a "A" pick-up.
Mesurements for a 1931 Model A pick-up.

Rolling bones

If things goes well, the PU will be build at the frame, I've just bought. It's a rolling project, without the engine. 
The body may be up for sale, if one would give a reasonable price.
The '30 fiberglass roadster home.

Weber for Model A

There are several of part supliers, who sells a Weber carb with aluminium intake manifold. I bought one during the winter, and are now trying to run it in Ole-Henry.

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27.12 | 22:29

Hallo Again i found the oilpan for the engine i do have a extra crank any blocks around?
Kind regards!
Mats

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31.01 | 00:54

Hey Dannerr, It was justy a passing thought about the HC head, I will prpbably leave it as it is , I only use it around here, I dont go on any tours. Thanks ...

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30.01 | 09:05

Functionwise the B-carb on the G28T should work fine, but you'll be able to get more power out of it, if opted to other carbs. :)

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30.01 | 09:03

Looks are important- and the look of an original is gone, if mounted with downdraft carb(s).
I have seen dual updraft manifolds, which is a bit of both worlds.

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