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Photo Gallery: Summit Racing Facebook Fans Share Their Engines

Our friends managing Summit Racing’s Facebook page and other social media accounts alerted us to their #EngineThursday post on Facebook, which led to more people than we could account for sharing their awesome engine photos.

You can see all of the photos in the comments of that Facebook post, but in the meantime, here are a bunch of engine photos that caught our attention:

6.0L LQ4 that's been swapped into a 1975 Vega

This is a 6.0L LQ4 that’s been swapped into a 1975 Vega. (Image/Claude Glidewell)

239 flathead V8 in a '50 Ford

“It’s a 239 flathead V8 in my ’50 Ford. It’s all original, never taken apart, and runs like a brand-new engine.” (Image/Josh Wilkinson)

(Image/David G.)

“My 383 stroker with a shot of nitrous.” (Image/Kyle B.)

“This is my project 392 international fire appliance motor. I intend making it part of a startable coffee table.” (Image/Robert Beeston)

408 small block Chevy. (Image/Mike S.)

454 big block Chevy with Weiand 8-71 blower. (Image/Don H.)

540 big block Chevy. (Image/Scott B.)

Blown Ford. (Image/David W.)

Budget-build 302. (Image/Nick L.)

Small block Chevy 350. (Image/Justin S.)

(Image/David W.)

(Image/Alan A.)

(Image/Bill B.)

(Image/Karl R.)

Ford 402 in 1995 Jeep Wrangler YJ. (Image/Kolton W.)

GAZ-M1 engine in a ’47 GAZ67B. (Image/Tommi V.)

Small block Chevy 350. (Image/Sam F.)

(Image/Haukur E.)

(Image/Jared F.)

(Image/Kevin M.)

LSA engine swap. (David W.)

(Image/Luke N.)

(Image/Michael F.)

(Image/Rich M.)

(Image/Robert H.)

Turbocharged small block Ford. (Image/Jeffrey C.)

Stroker 496 Windsor. (Image/Marc S.)

(Image/George E.)

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  1. Lots of horsepower and great looking engines here!

  2. Love the real fine 409! Does not appear to be between a frame, hope it’s not just grazing, hate hoarders!!! That needs to be out there amoung other hot rods!!! As for the rest, keep the faith, still plenty of us left to admire your vehicles!!!

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