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Old 10-23-2002, 10:23 PM
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Hi JML, I visited your website and am very impressed. I tried to e-mail you through your site and the mail was returned in error. It could have been my e-mail though. I was just wondering how I could get some info, as far as books and such, on the flat 6. I have a 48 F-2 with one and trying to restore it all original. I am trying to find the specifics on it. Any advice would be greatly appreciated!

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Thanks for the compliment. DOn't know why you couldn't get through though since others do....??

What type of information do you need on the F-2. Most books etc are for the f-1 but I have some factory stuff that applies to all of the other models in and amongst themselves. ?? jim
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Thanks for the reply! Don't know why I can't get through, but I can't. Anyway, my main questions are about specifics on the engine. You said in your site that the early 48's had one color scheme and the later ones had a different, I would like to know how I can find out for sure which one mine is, by VIN or etc. And just over all info like that, I have seen several books out on the Flat 8, but none on the Flat 6, if you know where I can get one, I would appreciate the info. Again, thanks for the reply and Happy New Year!
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