The following story and pictures were sent in from the manager at the Windsor Plywood Edmonton (West) store in Alberta.
“We had a customer come in with a project that he would like featured on the blog. His name is Ken and he has put 200 hours into the project. He has built a 1966 shovelhead replica engine out of wood purchased at Windsor Plywood. The engine is fully operational, and can be taken apart to see the interior components. It operates exactly like a Harley-Davidson engine, with the pistons following instead of firing opposite of each other like an import bike. This piece was amazing, and isn’t his only one! He has built a V8 replica complete with blower, and Ken was working on making a functional intake and exhaust for it.”
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