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|496CHEVY3100||This one has it,|
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|11-27-2014 11:44 AM|
|496CHEVY3100||Is this too much of a hint,|
|11-27-2014 11:23 AM|
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|11-27-2014 09:36 AM|
Yes it's an option, a GM option.
|11-27-2014 09:18 AM|
Art Arfon's first used a J56 P&W engine in one of his Green Monsters and I think Breedlove did also. Both switched to larger engines.
|11-27-2014 09:07 AM|
I know this is NOT what you were looking for ..just thought I would throw it out there ,this is what I was referring to above ,,Finally found it,
If you wanted extra power for your family station wagon you could also order the J-2 carburetor option. The Rocket engines gave Olds station wagons a unique aura. Total 1957 Oldsmobile Fiesta Wagon production was 8,981 units.
Oldsmobile’s J-2 Option
For 1957 Oldsmobile offered the J-2 option which was three two-barrel carburetors for the 371 cubic inch V-8 which was standard for both models. This engine was also called the Rocket 88. In a large way the J-2 option made the 1957 Oldsmobile a muscle car as well as a luxury car. The J-2 option was also referred to as the Tri-Power package. Surprisingly, Oldsmobile charged only $83 for the J-2 option. There was
if I remember right Bur Renolds drove a Black and Gold J2 in a Movie ,don't remember the name .something about a rodeo mabe.
|11-27-2014 07:44 AM|
|deadbodyman||A uv boot ring tightener ? some kind of ratchiting strap tightener ,squeeze the levers and tighten the strap?|
|11-26-2014 02:34 PM|
You guys are all off, we are talking car stuff here.
If you guys were real hot rod fans you would know.
|11-26-2014 12:56 PM|
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