|Today 05:05 PM|
|BruceKoukalaka||This is a 1933 Morris ten, during the first year of development there was something unique available for it can you name the option? Attachment 139642|
|Today 04:53 PM|
Due to development troubles, the option never actually saw the showroom floor, but it did get into dealer literature and the Hollander Interchange Manual (the first place I heard about it)
A year later, Chrysler picked up where Rambler left off, but had only slightly better luck with it
1958 DeSoto Electrojector - First electronic fuel injection?
|Today 04:26 PM|
|BruceKoukalaka||How about AMC's Rebel|
|Today 02:23 PM|
But no, you're almost 20 years too late
Hint: The model was something of a rebel in a company not usually known (at least until the late-60's) for building performance cars
|Today 08:18 AM|
1975 Cosworth Vega?
|Yesterday 09:45 PM|
|Dragonoake||What was the first American car that could be ordered with electronic fuel injection?|
|Yesterday 09:21 PM|
The Corvair Monza came out mid-year 1960, and was the first Chevrolet available with narrow whites.
Dragonoake, the floor is yours.
|Yesterday 08:26 PM|
|Yesterday 08:14 PM|
My question is what Chevrolet (year and model) was the first to come from the factory with narrow (1") white walls.
Here's another hint: This car was not available with a V8.
|Yesterday 07:36 PM|
I thinkwe had this question a few months back ,,A Elderado Brougham if I remember correct a 57 .
|Yesterday 06:15 PM|
|Yesterday 06:09 PM|
Are we talking production vehicle or concept?
|Yesterday 06:07 PM|
|Yesterday 05:44 PM|
|496CHEVY3100||I was thinkin 57 Belair could be had black ,wide white or narrow ,but not pin wall like the Caddie ..|
|Yesterday 03:28 PM|
Close, but no cigar. It was earlier than '61...and it wasn't a Corvette.
Hint: The car in the picture is not the answer to the question.
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