I sat in a waiting room yesterday and had no car magazines in my car so the only thing they had I cared to read was Nov. 2011 issue of Automobile magazine it was a 100 yr Chevrolet anniversery special issue.It had a small section in it about Chevy failures my being a Ford junky I had to read this . In 1923 Charles Kettering worked for them and helped them do design work on an air cooled engine like V-W later mastered and motorcycles of the era used it had fewer moving parts and was going to revolutionize the industry. 500 of them left the factory and 100 of those reached customers hands . Apparently those motors used copper cooling fins on the engines like radiators have and experienced major detonation problems so bad that Chevrolet was determined to buy them all back they got them all but 2 now I must assume they must have been lost in accidents . The articale went on to say that they ended up "DUMPING MOST OF THEM IN LAKE ERIE !" What ? Now me being some what of a history geek with a deep interest in ship wrecks and lost treasure my mind started to race . All books I've read about ship wrecks on Lake Erie say how well they are all preserved in the cold water one book contained a lot of photos with the zebra mussels invading the lake the water is amazingly clear. It had photos of a civil war era tug boat in decent shape after all those years under water. Should we get a fishing boat a with big crane and the best under water fish finder radar ? WE could look for pile of about 498 Chevy coupes from 1923 with little or no miles on them we know the motors would be junk after being under water besides the fact it was a shitty design.But we would Hot Rod them any how anybody know any retired Chevrolet employees that may have helped dump them ? WOW anybody know any die hard fishing addicts that know Lake Erie ?