The radiator outlet had to be moved to the other side of the tank. Intake/exhaust, starter, and generator are also on the opposite side of the original L134 “Go Devil” engine. This situation required an “interesting” throttle linkage to be crafted. The engine was bored 0.40 over by the previous owner, and Stephen replaced the original head with a shaved Studebaker Lark head for a little higher 8.5:1 compression ratio to help deal with thin-air life at elevation. The handmade cloth-covered plug wires with exposed Rajah screw-down terminals are a blast from the past.