Turn-key flat­head, retro-styled clocks, and re­pop steer­ing wheels.

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Looking for a new di­rec­tion in your project car’s in­te­rior? Sum­mit Rac­ing Equip­ment sells re­pro­duc­tion steer­ing wheels and col­umns made by Lime­works, each with its own per­son­al­ity. The Forty steer­ing wheel evokes the Ford fac­tory 1940 wheel, ren­dered in black in­jec­tion-molded ma­te­rial in a 16-inch di­am­e­ter. Like­wise, the Banjo is fash­ioned like Ford wheels from the late 1930s. The 16-inch-di­am­e­ter ver­sion is pat­terned after the 19351937 wheel, while the 17-incher re­sem­bles the 1937-1939 Ford wheel. And the Crest­liner is a re­pro­duc­tion of that iconic Ford steer­ing wheel from the early 1950s. Each wheel has a steer­ing col­umn that’s de­signed to work with it, made from stain­less steel tub­ing and avail­able in ei­ther nat­u­ral or pol­ished fin­ishes.

H&H Flat­heads now of­fers com­plete, turn-key flat­head V8s equipped with Navarro speed parts. Based on 59A or later 8BA blocks, the en­gines are built with Scat cranks, King bear­ings, Ross pis­tons, Grant rings, Manley valves, Isky valve springs, and adjustable lifters. Ex­ter­nally the en­gines are fit­ted with brand­new Navarro heads and a choice of in­takes, in­clud­ing 2x2, 3x2, four-bar­rel, and blower. Speaking of which, these en­gines can be nat­u­rally as­pi­rated or su­per­charged, with a choice of ei­ther a Navarro 4-71 or S.CO.T. blower. Each will accept ei­ther two or three Stromberg 97 car­bu­re­tors. Each en­gine is pres­sure tested, sealed, and ma­chined in-house, and comes with a one-year, 12,000-mile war­ranty.

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