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Old 07-25-2010, 11:14 AM   #76  
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On the 1968 and 69 Hemi Darts, the Cross Ram Intake Manifold was made of Aluminum

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On the 1968 and 69 Hemi Darts, the Cross Ram Intake Manifold was made of Aluminum
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It was made out of Magnesium
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1971 Mustang Mach 1 - if you ordered the SCJ 429 engine option, it came with a Holley 4 BBL. What carb came on the CJ 429 engine option?
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1971 Mustang Mach 1 - if you ordered the SCJ 429 engine option, it came with a Holley 4 BBL. What carb came on the CJ 429 engine option?
Rochester Quadrajet?
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The SCJ came with a drag pack V or W code rear gears, oil cooler and a different rotating assembly. 429 Super Cobra Jet engines used a Holley 4-barrel carburetor, while the Cobra Jet engines made do with a GM-sourced Rochester Quadra-Jet 4-barrel carburetor.
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I thought it was very funny when I read it. Didn't expect anyone to get it. Did you look it up or did you just know it? And what happened to Autolite? I know they made carbs for Ford muscle cars.
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Which company made the Magnum 500 styled steel wheels that were used by Ford, MOPAR, GM, and AMC?
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I thought it was very funny when I read it. Didn't expect anyone to get it. Did you look it up or did you just know it? And what happened to Autolite? I know they made carbs for Ford muscle cars.
As you know q-jets were almost exclusively used on GM cars, car guys thought they were junk (very small primary and huge secondaries). Being a Ford guy I got really pissed when I heard they used one on the 429, don't know why they switched.
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Old 07-25-2010, 05:41 PM   #83  
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Motor Rim & Wheel
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Old 07-25-2010, 05:45 PM   #84  
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Which car and what engine were Aluminum cylinder heads first made available (and not recalled )?
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1967 L-89 427/435 HP Corvette.
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When the back panel (above the rear bumper) of a SS Camaro is factory painted matte black and not the rest of the body color - what does that denote?
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When the back panel (above the rear bumper) of a SS Camaro is factory painted matte black and not the rest of the body color - what does that denote?
It's a 396 powered SS
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Why was the 1971 Chevelle SS454 unique over all other Chevelle SS's for that year?
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Why was the 1971 Chevelle SS454 unique over all other Chevelle SS's for that year?
It is the only one to have it's engine size displayed under the SS emblem. All other engine choices only say SS
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How many muscle cars was Hurst involved with (not counting that one off GTO)?
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