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bridgegaurd
09-21-2008, 12:31 AM
Info on the 1919 speedster on e-bay

I asked about the engine and the seller furnished me with what he could find. Can any of you guru's decifer this engine number?


Hello, I found the following numbers on the block 126114-1G819 and also here's the firing order I got off the block 1-4-2-6-3-5. These numbers are on the shifter 123882-1. I've looked on line and haven't really been able to figure anything out. But I read if it had a two piece intake, that it was the SF Forty Four Series. I posted everything that I could find out about it.

davepink53
09-21-2008, 05:43 PM
I am reasonably sure that the motor and gearbox is from a 1925 standard six. It's identical to my tourer. I think those numbers may be the head casting numbers and the firing order is the same. Dave.

Dave Pink
Victoria, Australia

1916 SF Roadster
1925 ER Tourer
1925 Panel Delivery
1953 Champion Sedan
1957 Golden Hawk
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dictator27
09-21-2008, 06:16 PM
The 126114 is the part number for the head. The SF was a four cylinder model current until 1917. The Standard/Dictator 6 used a two piece manifold from 1925-27.

Terry Godkin
Surrey British Columbia

bridgegaurd
09-22-2008, 04:14 AM
Thanks for the response's i learned something again.

But it's all moot for this one (well maybe not to the guy that won it) now too me.
Looks like it's back to my original plan. Gather parts and build from scratch. Someday

Guess i'll just have to keep playing with the one's i have for now.