I have seen this very fine example a couple of time in the past. When you first look at it you think, OK, he fitted a V8 OHV engine into it. But then keep looking at all the engineering that has gone into making this happen. It has been lengthened and the chassis had to be altered to suit along with the steering arms and radius rods and that is just the start. Fuel tank moved to the back and wheelie bars fitted as it gets too much traction with lug tyres then the purpose made radiator for cooling and so it goes on.
Cheers Cobba & Cobbarette
Coopernook, The Centre of our Universe.
The following user(s) said Thank You: PaulFH, V8Ian
Bars very necessary ,IMHO......years ago ,I went to Blacketts in Dalby to get some IH dozer tracks........he hooked up a Grey Fergie to the dozer to pull it off the tracks,wouldnt move,so he revved it and dropped the clutch .......he jumped off sidewards ,and the tractor did a backflip,and a half spin ,landing on its side...missed him by inches.