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Old 07-28-2010, 01:49 PM   #136  
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The 428 was rated at 335HP while the 427 was rated at 390HP
The 427 was a much more potent engine than the 428.
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The Super Stock AMX.
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Besides the AMX, Javalin and SC/rambler, what other muscle car did AMC produce?
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Old 07-28-2010, 02:17 PM   #139  
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Besides the AMX, Javalin and SC/rambler, what other muscle car did AMC produce?
Pacer? Lol, just kidding.

Gremlin with a v8, don't know what it was called.
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Gremlin with a v8, don't know what it was called.
The Machine

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What change was made to the 1970 426 Street Hemi that made it different from those that proceeded it?
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What change was made to the 1970 426 Street Hemi that made it different from those that proceeded it?
They went from a solid lifter cam to a hydraulic cam

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Of all the years the 426 Street hemi was available (66 to 72) which year and car (marque - not model) had the most Hemi's sold?
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Of all the years the 426 Street hemi was available (66 to 72) which year and car (marque - not model) had the most Hemi's sold?
1970 Cuda - 566
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How did the Boss 429 engine get it's nickname of "the Shotgun Hemi?"
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How did the Boss 429 engine get it's nickname of "the Shotgun Hemi?"
Because the head was a hemi but with clipped edges and huge valves.
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Because the head was a hemi but with clipped edges and huge valves.
The intake and exhaust ports - huge

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What was the first car Don Yenko modified and what was it called?
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What was the first car Don Yenko modified and what was it called?
Did he do a Corvair?
Yenko Stinger sticks in my head.

Lee, you're making my brain hurt .
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