Is this what all the fuss is about when old guys build 1930s rat rods? Flat head motors with studded jewel bolt patterns ensconced in color that demands removal of their 18 gauge element protectors. If so, I get it now.
“Flathead motor,46 mercury block,ported 3 11/32×4 1/8,Isky cam,Red’s valve train,offie heads, 2×2,new water pumps,mallory distributor and Fenton headers $6,000”
Befittingly found in Talladega in Hemmings.