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Yesterday 02:34 PM
MARTINSR You guys are all off, we are talking car stuff here.
If you guys were real hot rod fans you would know.

Brian
Yesterday 12:56 PM
Dragonoake
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Originally Posted by MARTINSR View Post
Don't google it damn it.

Tell me what J56 means to you.
Jet engine, big brother to the J34 Westinghouse
Yesterday 08:11 AM
496CHEVY3100 For an extra kick in the pants, you could order the J2 option (code W). J2 had been around as a performance option since the early '50s, but for 1957 and '58, J2 ran three two-barrel carburetors. Historically, Oldsmobile's J2 beat Pontiac's Tri-Power to market by a matter of weeks. Olds had been developing 3x2-bbl carburetion for a couple of years under Pete Estes, an engine-development engineer and assistant chief engineer at Olds before he became chief engineer



I had the wrong J code
Yesterday 08:06 AM
boothboy J56
J56 Prate and Whitney
Zoom Zoom!
BB
Yesterday 05:50 AM
496CHEVY3100 After I guessed I looked it up , was I wrong ,
Yesterday 05:43 AM
496CHEVY3100 There were GM performance options for Olds ,that had J codes like Chevy had Z codes ,I am going to guess Tri Power since that was a popular option for early olds,
Yesterday 12:28 AM
harposrepair
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Originally Posted by MARTINSR View Post
Don't google it damn it.

Tell me what J56 means to you.

Brian

At first I thought I knew what it might be, but I looked it up online to be sure and found myself wrong again. Since I know the answer I'll let others try to guess before I say anything.
11-25-2014 11:39 PM
MARTINSR Don't google it damn it.

Tell me what J56 means to you.

Brian
11-25-2014 03:48 PM
boothboy
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Originally Posted by MARTINSR View Post
I thought of this before I read the name on it! LOL A piston ring remover and or installer.

Brian
Ya mean like this?

BB
11-25-2014 01:59 PM
MARTINSR I thought of this before I read the name on it! LOL A piston ring remover and or installer.

Brian
11-25-2014 01:25 PM
Joe G Snap ring remover
11-25-2014 01:24 PM
Dave57210
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Originally Posted by boothboy View Post
What do you do with it?

BB
Now really guys!

Those are very impolite and obscene suggestions - very painful. too!

What did Boothboy ever do to you guys to make you so rude and hostile to him?
11-25-2014 12:35 PM
boothboy What is it and what do you do with it?

BB
11-24-2014 09:58 PM
CrashFarmer2
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Since no one else seems to be getting close I'll venture a guess. How about a 1974 Neorion Chicago. One of two built by Enfield-Neorion E.P.E at the Neorion shipyard in Greece. Powered by a AMC 360 or 401 (can't find out which was used) it was to be a production vehicle. Didn't happen.

BB

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jiCHtAAFVr4
It didn't see production because of some change in Greek laws or there would have been more of these things. How many more? I don't know.

Neorion Chicago - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Your floor.
11-24-2014 09:21 PM
boothboy Since no one else seems to be getting close I'll venture a guess. How about a 1974 Neorion Chicago. One of two built by Enfield-Neorion E.P.E at the Neorion shipyard in Greece. Powered by a AMC 360 or 401 (can't find out which was used) it was to be a production vehicle. Didn't happen.

BB

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jiCHtAAFVr4
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