1937 Maytag Engine model 72 rebuild #55

Posted by on Dec 12, 2012 in Videos | 6 comments

You put that right there like that, and slide that up on ‘air like that,, and then if you got the,,,,,,,, the show goes on, just look at ‘er, new paint, now where is them decals?, shop tip for the week is, when installing the kick pedal spring (unplated), always us unplated cotter pins, leave a comment, subscribe, pass it on, this is the end of part fifty five,,,to be continued, keep me in your heart for a while, Warren Zevon,(RIP) check it out, enjoy, shopdogsam
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  1. Nice work that is a pretty little engine you got there keep up the good work

  2. Anxious to see the completed unit !

  3. Free! Free! / A trip / To mars / For 900 / Empty jars / Burma-shave……Slow down,Pa / Sakes alive / Ma missed signs / Four / And five / burma-shave….everyone in the car couldnt wait on the next six red and white signs! those were the days! burma shave

  4. I want to see it and hear it run Sam. Can’t wait for that video. :0) Merry Christmas!

  5. I hope you mean a go-cart.

  6. Shopdogsam,
    Glad to have you back.
    The 1937 Maytag Model 72 is looking pretty. You can bet money on the dog track that this engine will run like a spotted ape. That phrase, ‘Runs like a spotted ape’ came from my paternal grandfather. He was an aviation mechanic in the US Navy after World War I (One). Worked on flying boats at the Naval Air Station in Pensacola, FL back in the day. After the Navy, Victor and him bought a Curtiss Jenny and barnstormed.
    From the West Coast of Tennessee.