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  1. Big Thanks & my hat off to Mr Tim Kingsbury & Mr George Asche Jr., Tim has spend a lot of time on corresponding with Yours Truly, teaching the basics in flathead six hopping up. Much more than that, these first class Gentlemen really walked an extra mile for me, building a pair of matching Carter carburetors & split exhaust manifolds and shipping them within a tight schedule (ruled by a shipping timetable of a sea container, which none of us could not influence) Well, they made it in time and saved me for a great deal of extra shipping cost. The rest of the story is bound to continue later on, when the container arrives here in Finland and I get to continue my project. I do strongly recommend the AoK boys for any consulting and supply of flathead Chrysler rebuild, hop up, tune up, blueprint jobs. Thanks, Uncle-Pekka from far-away, up-north Finland, the state with warm hearts for vintage well built American Cars.