The Jalopy Journal
Thought this May 1961 Motor Life article might be of interest here.
Yes, roots blowers are noisy....what's not to like?!
Looks to be a stock 1934-37 International "Panel Truck", based on 1/2 ton truck chassis.
"Sedan Deliveries" use a passenger car...
Dang....those rotors have been chew'n some tough air.
1915 Tin Lizzy
The "Edelbrock" is not raised...it's either etched or machined into the end of the head, so filling is the way to hide it.
I guess it depends if you're a custom guy or more of a hot rod guy. I'm really diggin this one.
I googled a bit and came up with the Pontiac "split six" which has two heads.
Apparently Pontiac ran with this engine config from 1926 thru 1932.
8-71 is definitely too big.... but that 6-71 you've got sittin on there looks just right!
Making sure there's gonna be enough room... [ATTACH]
A question for you hydro experts:
Is a 1950 Cadillac hydro a decent trans for performance use, or is a later hydro better?
Can it be built to take...
The 33 and 46 are both older than I am....while my 54 is younger.
How old am I?
A friend's great looking Buick four door hardtop has a mild custom look but is pretty much bone stock. [ATTACH]
Might be the only Pontiac dreamer;
No, you're not the only one that feels that way. I've always done my own maintenance and seem to enjoy it....however, there's usually a cold tasty...
A hairbrained deal I put together quite a few years ago.
An early Tom Cobbs setup from the 50's. I believe Don Purdhomme owns it now.
Hmm, I see a guy sitting between a pair of 46-48 FORD fenders....
Not sure about the fine state of South Dakota's DMV vehicle identification skills.
"I understand static compression ratio and that the dynamic compression is a result of the engine running and is higher, usually!"
You simply have...
You can also pull plug wires one at a time while it's running/knocking to find out if your issue is associated with a particular cylinder.
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A GRIP that only the fear of death can provide!
I've posted it before, but here's an ole school bus engine I massaged a little bit a few years ago and stuffed into a 54 Chevy sedan. It's now...
Hmmm, then it won't make any sense to suggest you might have an intake valve or two with lash set too tight.
Resetting valves cured the same...
Solid or hydraulic lifters?
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