|Today 01:07 PM|
|496CHEVY3100||I gues I misunderstood the article ,it said !st replaceable oil filter ,,before that they were washable if the even had one ,and it was an option,, I will wait to see the correct answer|
|Today 01:03 PM|
That's good info but not the answer.
What year and what car was the first to use a replaceable cartridge?
|Today 12:59 PM|
1934: FRAM opens for business in the USA during a time when filters were the exception rather than the rule. Today, every car on the road has an oil filter to help protect its engine.
1934: FRAM produced the first oil filter with an easily replaceable cartridge.
1951: FRAM introduces pleated paper air filters. The first vehicle manufacturer to adapt their air-intake system to incorporate this new invention was Studebaker, which FRAM supplied on an original equipment
Didn't know 29 ford had a v8
|Today 12:53 PM|
|Today 10:53 AM|
|Today 10:30 AM|
That red one looks like one a guy in M.S.R.A. owns, used to drive it to Back t0 the 50's years ago.
This may have been ask before, oh well.
What was the first car to have a replaceable cartridge oil filter? Car and year.
|Today 07:19 AM|
Go for it.
|Today 05:49 AM|
|Yesterday 09:37 PM|
!935 Brewster what?
|Yesterday 08:30 PM|
|Yesterday 06:58 PM|
Here's a quick one.
What year is it and what model is it?
|Yesterday 06:40 PM|
|harposrepair||Is there any other question on the board yet?|
|Yesterday 06:12 PM|
|10-28-2014 10:52 PM|
Wonder what they really thought
Lost of us boys bought the little cars it started as a joke then everybody got to buying them ,I guess the Simca that I bought was the worst of the bunch rear engine water cooled if I remember correct it was 13HP, Probably the BEST was a Hillman Minx, ,we had some I haven't haven heard the names in years
some others were Morris minor metropolitan mg trimputh Austin Alpha Romeo Austin mini mostof the previous had Austin engines probably best part .and even a Honda ,johnny bought the Honda NEW all the oyhers were a few years old ,,the Honda had a 600 or 650 engine it looked like a motorcycle engine
Even a Saab 2 stroke ,no joke
|10-28-2014 10:12 PM|
Advertised as being capable of 70 mph (downhill, with a strong tailwind, I suspect)
In Time Magazine's list of the 50 worst cars of all time, it came in at number 9 and they said THIS about it:
"The most ineffective bit of French engineering since the Maginot Line, the Renault Dauphine was originally to be named the Corvette, tres ironie. It was, in fact, a rickety, paper-thin scandal of a car that, if you stood beside it, you could actually hear rusting. Its most salient feature was its slowness, a rate of acceleration you could measure with a calendar. It took the drivers at Road and Track 32 seconds to reach 60 mph, which would put the Dauphine at a severe disadvantage in any drag race involving farm equipment. The fact that the ultra-cheap, super-sketchy Dauphine sold over 2 million copies around the world is an index of how desperately people wanted cars. Any cars."
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