Banger side cov­ers, Model A tail­lights, and a retro cooler for your garage.

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In the 1940s, Dave Burns of Hunt­ing­ton Park, Cal­i­for­nia, was a speed equip­ment pioneer, cast­ing parts for Ford Model A and Model B engines that were pop­u­lar in his day and are still in high de­mand to­day. These early speed parts are avail­able once again through John Free­man’s New Eng­land–based Burns Rac­ing Equip­ment. The fully finned Model A side cover (bot­tom) sets off the looks of the en­gine, ei­ther alone or ac­com­pa­nied by a Burns in­take setup. The finned Model B cover (top) in­cor­po­rates three cast-in bosses at the oil gal­ley that may be drilled if the owner chooses oil pres­sure modifications or cus­tom oil lines or gauges. Both cov­ers are made from 319 alu­minum and are shot­peened for a con­sis­tent fin­ish and ease of clean­ing.

Con­tact:

Burns Rac­ing Equip­ment; 866/OLD-FORD; burn­sracinge­quip­ment.com

• PICS OF COV­ERS: JORGE NUÑEZ

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