What is a square block flathead V6 engine from?

KdancyKdancy Senior Contributor
edited June 14 in HUDSON Posts: 2,097
53 Super Wasp Coupe
53 Studebaker Coupe Custom
64 Champ pickup
53 Super Wasp Coupe no drivetrain  very good parameter frame and body.
53 Hornet Coupe od no drivetrain,  haven't decided what to do with this one


Kerry Wellborn, Florida http://s294.beta.photobucket.com/user/studebaker2/library/

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  • LanceLance Member
    Posts: 469
    Makes sense to me said Jim Ignatowski
  • BrowniepetersenBrowniepetersen Senior Contributor
    Posts: 2,975
    Anyone have a photo of one?  It would have been nice if the eBay seller would have shown a photo of the engine.
    Brownie
  • triman62triman62 Member
    edited June 15 Posts: 142
    I believe they meant to say square block flathead I-6. I will ask the seller to post a picture and clarify what engine it has. Hopefully he will respond with an answer. According to my research a flathead V-6 has not been produced.

    1951 Hudson Hornet  Club Coupe
    1953 Hudson Wasp 2-door Sedan
  • DavidCDavidC Senior Contributor
    Posts: 359
    V is for Victory!
  • stbrysonstbryson Senior Contributor
    Posts: 101
    Hello,

    According to the article mentioned in the ad (from the March/April 2015 issue of Vintage Truck), the truck has the 212 cid L-head inline six engine.

    Take care,

    Steve Bryson
  • triman62triman62 Member
    Posts: 142
    The seller did confirm that the truck has a flathead  inline 6 cylinder engine.

    1951 Hudson Hornet  Club Coupe
    1953 Hudson Wasp 2-door Sedan
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