|The 1952 K-model engine I bought did not come with its top motor mount. I found one on eBay 6 days after I bought the engine.
The mount cost me 56 dollars plus 12 bucks for shipping. The finish and condition were much better than the picture. That's the joy of dealing with a Midwesterner from Kansas City Missouri.
This is the parts manual for the 1952 K-model. I already have the parts manuals that combine years, like 1952-1956, or 1953 to 1963. Those books often show substitute later-year part numbers and leave out early parts or parts that are complicated, like the tank badges.