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Old 05-08-2012, 07:58 PM
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My apologies to everyone, I picked up midstream on the thread and I didn't read the rules so I jumped the gun and posted and it wasn't my turn. I do have another question though is it my turn after whom ever I ran in front of goes?

I have had several request from members that have followed my landspeed racing exploits wanting to hear the results of the inaugural Ohio Mile, rather than it be buried deep in a thread would it be appropriate to start a thread with my story even though it would be short lived, opinions?

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Sure you can start a new thread if you like, JMO i don't have or see where anyone would have a problem with it. IMHO


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We have to add a new rule to this thread. It is so darn fun but it goes dead often because the last person who answered correctly goes awol, OR the last person asked such a hard question that no one got it.

I don't know how we can do this without a vote or something. But I am thinking if the thread goes dormant for 24 hours, it's up for grabs to anyone who wants to ask a question.

Maybe longer, 48 hours? I think 24 is plenty. I am thinking something very defined like 24 or 48 hours because you simply look at the time of the last post and it's yours when exactly that time passes, no complaining, done deal it's wide open for a question exactly 24 or 48 hours later to the minute.

What do you guys think?

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I agree with you Brian %100 i say 24hrs should be plenty of time for someone to post back. anyone else want to chime in on this ?


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I agree with you Brian %100 i say 24hrs should be plenty of time for someone to post back. anyone else want to chime in on this ?


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I agree also.

Since Mercmad hasn't been back for two days, I nominate Garrell to break the silence if no one has a problem w/that... then when Mercmad gets back maybe we could give him the floor?
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I agree also.

Since Mercmad hasn't been back for two days, I nominate Garrell to break the silence if no one has a problem w/that... then when Mercmad gets back maybe we could give him the floor?
Works for me.
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Ihave ben with my Dad and had not checked but it looks like it is my turn I think. I haven't read through all of the pages and I bet this one has already been asked but I will try:
How many small block, v8 Chevy engines were built from 1955 through 1998 all cubic inches included?
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Are you asking how many different cubic inch configurations or total production numbers?
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Ihave ben with my Dad and had not checked but it looks like it is my turn I think. I haven't read through all of the pages and I bet this one has already been asked but I will try:
How many small block, v8 Chevy engines were built from 1955 through 1998 all cubic inches included?

Eight? I have seven and there is one that I can't quite nail, 2?? in the seventies or eighties. So am going with Eight.

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Sorry, what I am saying total of all, no matter what cu. in. chevy engines built from 1955 through 1998 total.
*I have a great one and last night I knew the answer but today when I got ready to use it I forgot the answer. Do you want to try it and someone might know and if they are sure we would all learn something?

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Old 05-09-2012, 02:11 PM
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Ninty MILLION! Holy cow no wonders they are in every friggin hot rod at the Goodguys shows!

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There was 9 different ones. I somehow counted wrong because I had them all in my head. That one oddball was the one I couldn't remember the exact displacement. But someone counting them on my hands I missed one. So there was nine. Which is an interesting coincidence, one million for each one. But of course there sure as hell wasn't a million 262's made.

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Martin you are too old to be googling around. Over 90 million through 1998, now think about how many LS platform engines since then.
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Am I right or wrong?

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Read my post where I said over ninety million built through 1998, I can't get my act together but YOU ARE CORRECT. Thats why I said you were too old to be googling around. Do you want my good one that I can't remember the answer to, if so I can pm you?
Congratulations I did not think any one would get it that qiuck!

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What year Model A is this and how do you know? Yes it is ONE year and you can tell by a particular part on it.

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I believe it's a 1931 because that was the only year they came standard with a brick instead of a rock wheel chock
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