H and H Flatheads was founded in 1972 by Mike Herman’s father. Mike has been running the business for nearly 20 years now, and works on all sorts of cool and unique builds, with a focus on Flatheads. Since taking over as owner of H&H, Mike also bought Navarro Racing Equipment, which makes all the shop’s heads and intakes, and he also bought Sharp Speed Equipment and Austin Speed Equipment. In total, Mike and his shop’s can make over 50 different engine parts, including cylinder heads and intake manifolds. Some of that product saw its way into a rather rare 1940s Dixon motor and we will give you all the details of that build in this episode of Engine of the Week.