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Grandpa's old truck parts-part 2 help with identifying parts
Grandpa was a mechanic be trade. We know he had an old truck for sure either a 32 Ford or 32 GMC
Have a smattering of parts that I am trying to identify and post for sale.

posted: April 14, 2019
 
     
 
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rinondavid
    
As opposed to simply refreshing the Model A, Ford propelled a totally new vehicle for 1932. The V8 was advertised as the Model 18 in its underlying year, yet was regularly known as the Ford V‑8. It had the new Flathead V8 motor. The Model 18 was the main low-valued, mass-advertised vehicle to have a V8 motor, an imperative achievement in Automotive industry in the United States. The 221 cu in (3.6 l) V8 was appraised at 65 hp (48 kW), however, control expanded significantly with upgrades to the carburetor and start in succeeding years. The V8 was more well known than the four-barrel, which was basically a variation of the Model A motor with upgrades to adjusting and lubrication.
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posted:  April 17, 2019
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