H&H CELEBRATES 15 YEARS
Max Herman Sr. started an engine rebuilding business back in 1972, concentrating on Ford Model T, A, B, and flathead motors. When his son Mike graduated college with a business management and marketing degree in 2003, he took over the V8 side of the business. Fifteen years later, under Mike’s direction, H&H Flatheads is still rebuilding engines—some 1,500 flatheads over the years, he figures—but the company is also now supplying retro speed equipment, including a variety of Navarro, Sharp, Austin, and Wilson & Woods heads, plus S.CO.T. superchargers.
To commemorate the anniversary, H&H commissioned Alex Maldonado/transmission77 to design this T-shirt, available in black with a large logo on the back and a smaller one on the left front chest. Get yours at flatheads-forever.com.