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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by mad mikey, Dec 9, 2016.
Wayne 12 port
Scotty's Muffler Service. Chain drive supercharger?
Had to have a second look.... What motor is that in the fueler?????.....
Looks like an Oldsmobile.
1923 Packard being recreated. This intake system looks pretty cool for back in the day.
I like the Edmunds valve overs on this.
How's about a model Lincoln V-12 with stacks and Ardun heads???....
The guys at Model Cars Magazine had these pics on their site.....
So we can't view these pictures?
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Well that’s a new one for me I can’t say I’ve seen a set of edmunds rocker covers for an early hemi before and that two 4 barrel intake is just as rare
Chrome don’t get ya home
That bottom Latham setup sits in my shop. It is a reverse rotation model (fits a boat motor or even a Covair engine). Later, I got another one more suited for my purpose. It was a test mule for Motor Trend's cover story write-up on the Latham. I'm putting it on a '54 Buick 322 Nailhead.
Very cool!!!!!... Thanks!..
Back in the 60s, one of my friends was so well off that he used to pee money. He not only had a beautiful little Chevy powered 29 pickup, as well as a Latham equipped Volvo 544 and a Latham boosted Monza.
Those blowers were impressive. I might also state, that that Volvo was well built, because it took a heap of hard driving and didn't break.
I have loved those blowers ever since.
Here's a nice, short 327 chevy test stand video of a Latham I use for inspiration in my build.
Ok, now I got wood!!!!!.....
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