Fords Model T put America on wheels. His flathead (valve-in-block) V8,
introduced in 1932, was durable, powerful, and extremely adaptable and is the engine which inspired three generations of hot-rodders and put America onto the race tracks.
"How to Build a Flathead Ford V-8" was written with machine-shop experience and features all the parts and procedures for three distinct engine build-ups. Detailed information features all clearances and machining procedures and includes 250 photos in full color.