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cletus
    
Has anyone driven their flathead on the highway for at least one hour. If so, any problems?
1937 nash flathead 6 with 3spd overdrive
posted: June 24, 2008
 
    
 
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rodder4lf
    
I have a 1950 Plymouth with a flathead 6, 3spd and factory rear. I have driven this car on Interstates routinely for the past 8 yrs with no problems. I do not push past 60 MPH which means I get blown off of the highway, but still love to drive her.
posted:  June 29, 2008
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