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Old 11-13-2012, 08:43 PM
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it also had full pressure oiling as compared to previous years also had hydrolic lifters but you said still used today sone chevy engines today come with mechinacl ans hydrolic rolles lifters so this may not be what you want

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Aluminum pistons?
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pressure feed oiling hydrolic lifters
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your question how many sb chevy engines 1919 a4.3 v8 1 year only 1955 ,1956 a 265 1957 a 283 1961 a327 1968 a307 & 350 1969 , 305 1980 a 262 monza & vega wagon only later engines 4.8,5.3,5.7 6.0 do not add up to su in advertised so to answer your question 14
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Old 11-14-2012, 05:33 AM
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it also had full pressure oiling as compared to previous years also had hydrolic lifters but you said still used today sone chevy engines today come with mechinacl ans hydrolic rolles lifters so this may not be what you want
You got it 496Chevy3100. In '53 Chevy went to full pressure oiling in the Powerglide engines instead of the splash (mist) system. In 1954 all of the Chevy engines had the full pressure oiling which, of course, they still use today. This is really good information for someone who has an earlier Chevy and is looking for a later model 6 cylinder engine that will bolt in.

You have the floor 496Chevy3100

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Old 11-14-2012, 08:21 AM
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Early hemi

W hat car co made the first hemi American co not the french co in 1901
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Old 11-14-2012, 08:26 AM
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you are correct how could i miss the famous DZ 302
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W hat car co made the first hemi American co not the french co in 1901
I believe that would be the 1904 Welch manufactured by Chelsea Manufacturing Company. I think it was also the first over head cammed engine alsoBB
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your correct with welch but i thought it was 1901 gm produced a single cylinder hemi in 1904 and then purchaced welch in 1910 then sold it to chysler who devolepd milatary versions for tanks and aircraft for ww1 the largest being 2200cc 16 cylinder i belive it is your turn
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Between 1907 and 1941 what very common automobile part did Ford not use?
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Nope , not what I had in mind. Think bigger.
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one would be replaceable air filter since they were oil bath onother was an oil filter they were a cost option not standard war year used no chrome exepy grill and bumores they were plated yhen coated also did not use aluminum pistons sane reason
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