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Mar 16, 2012 16:54:54   #
heyjoe
 
could be a coywolf i have spotted one here in ohio,it is cross of wolf and coyote
 
Mar 16, 2012 16:58:01   #
CAM1017
 
jimmya wrote:
CAM1017 wrote:
A young wolf pup was collared for tracking purposes in North East Oregon about 1- 1/2 years ago. It has been followed as it wandered down thru Oregon and into Northern California and back into Oregon where it is currently somewhere in the central part of the state. Its story reminded me of an animal I photographed a few years ago near Fort Klamath Oregon. I have never been sure if it was a Wolf or a Coyote. Need help on identifying this critter.
Could it be the English Wolf on vacation to Crater Lake from Florida?
A young wolf pup was collared for tracking purpose... (show quote)


Looks more like this young lady who stopped by our back yard to cool off in the shade on a hot summer's day here in Phoenix.
quote=CAM1017 A young wolf pup was collared for t... (show quote)


Great photo! She is a beauty.
Mar 16, 2012 18:46:17   #
kmchenry69
 
CAM1017 wrote:
flathead27ford wrote:
JimH wrote:
The ones in the back look like ducks.


OMG! You know when people write: "LOL" you wonder if they really do. Well, after I saw this post, I actually did. I'm sure my co-workers are wondering what's up with him. :-D Cheers.


Not sure what "LOL" means but I do know what a 27 Ford flathead is. Do you have any Photo's?


LOL is the texting generations shorthand for Laugh Out Loud.
Mar 16, 2012 18:50:48   #
flytyer57
 
Well, here we go again. That is sure enough a coyote.
Mar 17, 2012 13:25:14   #
flathead27ford (a regular here)
 
CAM1017 wrote:
flathead27ford wrote:
JimH wrote:
The ones in the back look like ducks.


OMG! You know when people write: "LOL" you wonder if they really do. Well, after I saw this post, I actually did. I'm sure my co-workers are wondering what's up with him. :-D Cheers.


Not sure what "LOL" means but I do know what a 27 Ford flathead is. Do you have any Photo's?


I do have one of my 27 Coupe, which is the first real "Project" that I bought. Here is what it looks like right now. Also, the second picture is what I am working on right now. It is a 47 Fordor that I bought and ended up blowing the engine. The engine I was going to put in the 27 is now in the 47 but all the work is not done yet, so it is not drivable. I have lots of other project cars that I own and now have figured out I will never get to in my lifetime so they are for sale. :-( Reality bites.... The engine I put in the 47 is one of the French Flatheads that were produced all the way through the 1980's. Google it, very interesting.
27 Ford Coupe
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47 Ford Fordor

Mar 17, 2012 13:27:03   #
flathead27ford (a regular here)
 
CAM1017 wrote:
flathead27ford wrote:
JimH wrote:
The ones in the back look like ducks.


OMG! You know when people write: "LOL" you wonder if they really do. Well, after I saw this post, I actually did. I'm sure my co-workers are wondering what's up with him. :-D Cheers.


Not sure what "LOL" means but I do know what a 27 Ford flathead is. Do you have any Photo's?


I do have one of my 27 Coupe, which is the first real "Project" that I bought. Here is what it looked like before I got it out of storage and started sanding it. Also, the second picture is what I am working on right now. It is a 47 Fordor that I bought and ended up blowing the engine. The engine I was going to put in the 27 is now in the 47 but all the work is not done yet, so it is not drivable. I have lots of other project cars that I own and now have figured out I will never get to in my lifetime so they are for sale. :-( Reality bites.... The engine I put in the 47 is one of the French Flatheads that were produced all the way through the 1980's. Google it, very interesting. Sorry for the double post. The first picture of the 27 was a PDF, so didn't load.
27 Ford Coupe

47 Ford Fordor

 
Mar 17, 2012 17:36:06   #
CAM1017
 
flathead27ford wrote:
CAM1017 wrote:
flathead27ford wrote:
JimH wrote:
The ones in the back look like ducks.


OMG! You know when people write: "LOL" you wonder if they really do. Well, after I saw this post, I actually did. I'm sure my co-workers are wondering what's up with him. :-D Cheers.


Not sure what "LOL" means but I do know what a 27 Ford flathead is. Do you have any Photo's?


I do have one of my 27 Coupe, which is the first real "Project" that I bought. Here is what it looks like right now. Also, the second picture is what I am working on right now. It is a 47 Fordor that I bought and ended up blowing the engine. The engine I was going to put in the 27 is now in the 47 but all the work is not done yet, so it is not drivable. I have lots of other project cars that I own and now have figured out I will never get to in my lifetime so they are for sale. :-( Reality bites.... The engine I put in the 47 is one of the French Flatheads that were produced all the way through the 1980's. Google it, very interesting.
quote=CAM1017 quote=flathead27ford quote=JimH T... (show quote)


Its a real beauty! Never knew about the French flatheads. Is it like the flat head V-8 that came out in 1932 I think.
Mar 19, 2012 11:22:03   #
flathead27ford (a regular here)
 
CAM1017 wrote:
flathead27ford wrote:
CAM1017 wrote:
flathead27ford wrote:
JimH wrote:
The ones in the back look like ducks.


OMG! You know when people write: "LOL" you wonder if they really do. Well, after I saw this post, I actually did. I'm sure my co-workers are wondering what's up with him. :-D Cheers.


Not sure what "LOL" means but I do know what a 27 Ford flathead is. Do you have any Photo's?


I do have one of my 27 Coupe, which is the first real "Project" that I bought. Here is what it looks like right now. Also, the second picture is what I am working on right now. It is a 47 Fordor that I bought and ended up blowing the engine. The engine I was going to put in the 27 is now in the 47 but all the work is not done yet, so it is not drivable. I have lots of other project cars that I own and now have figured out I will never get to in my lifetime so they are for sale. :-( Reality bites.... The engine I put in the 47 is one of the French Flatheads that were produced all the way through the 1980's. Google it, very interesting.
quote=CAM1017 quote=flathead27ford quote=JimH T... (show quote)


Its a real beauty! Never knew about the French flatheads. Is it like the flat head V-8 that came out in 1932 I think.
quote=flathead27ford quote=CAM1017 quote=flathe... (show quote)


The French Flathead is kind of unique. It is made with better metal compounds, Beefier main caps, and one more really strange thing about them. The front part of the engine is like a 8BA where the distributer angles up, whereas the rear has the built in bell housing like the 59AB. There are some other minor differences. They weigh about 30 lbs more but don't have the casting problems of sand, flashing, etc. as the old ones. Cheers.
Mar 19, 2012 11:44:30   #
tlbuljac
 
To JimH.......Good one..still roflmao lol


JimH wrote:
The ones in the back look like ducks.
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