The combinations are endless, take a motorcycle engine, drop it into a car and off you go, like this 1923 Model T with a Harley Davidson 1200 Sportster engine for power. I'm guessing it has more horsepower than the original engine by a fair margin plus the unmistakable V-twin sound.
The Model T uses the Sportser's original transmission plus an electric reverse. The owner rode the Sportster home and then took it apart for use as a donor. Foot pegs serve as clutch and brake pedals. Harley springs and shocks are used for the rear suspension.
Harley engines, is there anything they can't do? You can power trikes, the occasional Cushman scooter, you can even power airplanes and now a Model T. Maybe the Motor Company has a more flexible engine than some thought. Interesting!
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See also: Motorcycle powered cars