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HOTROD_WILLIE 02-14-2014 04:14 PM

1948 Lincoln Engine Bay
 

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1948 Lincoln. What in the motor that is pointed w/ red arrow. Thanks for all the help.

copperpenny 02-14-2014 04:31 PM

Re: 1948 Lincoln Engine Bay
 

Willie, that is the hydraulic pump for the windows and the convertible top if the Zephyr has one.

HOTROD_WILLIE 02-14-2014 04:41 PM

Re: 1948 Lincoln Engine Bay
 

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Originally Posted by copperpenny (Post 823711)
Willie, that is the hydraulic pump for the windows and the convertible top if the Zephyr has one.

Thanks for help

oldford2 02-15-2014 08:54 PM

Re: 1948 Lincoln Engine Bay
 

Not to hi-jack this thread, but, notice the louvers on the inner fenders of the Lincoln. I often thought this might reduce engine compartment heat. Other old cars also had these louvers. If I ever pull the front clip on our 46 I might give it a try. Our 46 is a driver not a show car. Any opinions??
John


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