• This all-aluminum experimental SOHC design engine was built in 1938 at Ford's Dearborn Laboratory.

  • Builders utilized the rotating assembly from a flathead V-8

  • Starter would be mounted in engine valley below intake manifold.

Experimental SOHC V-8 Design

Block Manufacturer : Ford
Block Material : Aluminum
Cylinders : V-8
Cubic Inches : 136
Bore : 2.6
Stroke : 3.2
Block Year : 1938
Head Manufacturer : Ford
Head Material : Aluminum
Cam : SOHC
Cam Drive : Shaft
Carburetion : None present
Head Year : 1938
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  • Ford V8, Experimental SOHC, 1938
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