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