The Jalopy Journal
Siamesing intake ports together didn't help breathing, either. Even this modification could have been done much better:...
6.3 liters is around 400 cubes. That engine would take on 7 liter muscle cars (around 425, 426 or 427 cubes), stock and without aftermarket...
Unlike the 350, the 302 is oversquare, meaning it'll rev higher. Drop one in and embarass those who attempted laughing at you.
Here, a BMW 501...
Nice eye candy you posted there.
What's the purpose of binding those lifter sets together?
If he went to Mexico, he might not come back. That's one of the last places I'd risk going to, until they get their house in order
They might as well have used the much lighter Chevy block, since the main reason for abandoning the Nash block was for producing lighter thin-wall...
Let's not forget that Horch built 66° V-8s as well as a 12:
Gentlemen, Pobeda had to copy someone:
The Iron Curtainers somehow got their hands on Western cars and simply copied them. One of them was an old Opel copied in Poland and was called a...
Those are copies. They look like Fords. The automatic trannies are early Mopar copies
No wonder they cover up those women there ;)
Simply ask the overly friendly milkman
Graphic source: http://www.igmetall.de/internet/metall_01_2014_88532393fa9efb454cda10404962a20a9dd4dbd6.pdf
Those Johnny Come Latelies are copies if this original which was planned for visiting New York:
Matt's headers look cool and flow gas certainly better than stock. However, equal-length tubes make the best headers. Anything short of that is a...
I was wondering myself. Isn't the only prerequisite for retirement old age? :confused:
He probably still was and nobody picked up on that, back...
I only know if you can't:
Excuse me, while I bookmark this:
Why not build a motorcycle frame around it?: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t43XDDzXY-8
I never re-aligned just for that. However, I once mounted bias-plies on a car whose chassis underpinnings were getting a little sloppy. The...
FIL's garage looks like it's located in Katrina's New Orleans, judging by the shape of those units
The lower half looks like a sediment bowl, judging by the sway clip holding it in place
You could probably get them out. But you'd have to ship it to Canada, first
They are nevertheless real Hemis, unlike the 426 which was modified to fit into modern engine compartments.
I'd fork out the 500 for it. It won't...
Hardly a dent to see on those bodies. Remarkable, it's.
Cuba would be nice to do a little harvesting in, once that stupid trade embargo gets...
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