The Jalopy Journal
I read in an old "Hot Rod", about one of these being built. Maybe late '50's early '60's. .060 over 283 with a 3.75 stroke. 364 cubes. Was in a...
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That sucks...and he was young too!
Someone, early on in this thread wrote that all 428's were two bolt. Is that correct??? Gene.
We always called slow to move in the "morning sickness". Just let it warm up in neutral a few seconds to refill the convertor, it should move...
We just had a guy at work do pretty much the same thing, except he converted his for turbos. Gene.
^^^Do all the grille teeth offset the weight of the camper??^^^
I think they are truck manifolds, as it looks to have truck mounts. Does it have a rear sump pan and dipstick in the pan? Gene.
11.40's 117 for my forty
My vote is Squirrel and Mag are right. Gene.
Not completely correct. My dad had a '75 Plymouth Grand Fury 360 2bbl with a 727. A lot of patrol cars and government cars had small blocks with...
Bud was a local guy...he was a very good mechanic and racer in his day. I was at his house a couple of years ago trying to find some information...
I don't know if it's been said. '36 Plymouth coupes are pretty darn nice. Came close to trading my '40 Ford for one!
In my case I wanted to keep the engine as low as I could, to get it back as far as I could, to keep from cutting the firewall. I had a set of old...
I will look, I do have a book of build pictures, but I am not sure there are any good firewall pics. Gene.
I don't know about the difference there would in engine compartment room. But, I have a Big block Mopar and 727 in my '40 and didn't really have...
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Larry Kopp...a local guy that did pretty well. He's gone too. Gene.
That would be the one to have! I have the magazine with that build. Very, very interrestink!
I am, by no means an expert, but looks like a really nice well thought out build. Gene.
I have been told that some of the small postal Jeeps have a form of this motor. Anyone know for sure?? Thanks Gene.
There was a company called Ply-Do. But I'm not sure they are still in business. Gene.
My two cents;
'69 Six pack motors were the same as the 4bbl motors. Except they were supposed to have choice cranks and rods, don't know this for...
Early '30's Stude??
Here in the Baltimore area it's the Radio Flea Market on AM 680 WCBM, Sunday mornings from 7-8 am. I live about 40 miles north, kinda in the...
That is correct. I bought the kit, used '70 Dodge 1/2 ton front springs and a Mopar Performance spring bushing kit. The car may sit a little too...
MAN! I like that black '63! From the looks of the other cars there, looks to be Pennsylvania. Anyone remember it?
^^^That car belongs to my friend Jim at Racer Brown cams here in Maryland. It was painted by another friend of ours, Mark. It was lettered by a...
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I have a buddy that would push his wife AND dog out of the way to get to that car!!
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