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Old 01-19-2013, 08:39 AM
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typo should be 1977 bronco ,they were mounted on tip because of folding windsheild
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Old 01-19-2013, 09:22 AM
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LOL, you are thinking outside the box there! LOL

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Old 01-19-2013, 10:54 AM
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I think it my turn, What is the largest Gas engine installed from the factory in a chevy pu.
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Wow, I want to see this. I have to assume it's a 454, but I am sure I will be wrong.

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Old 01-19-2013, 11:29 AM
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What was the last year for overhead windshield wipers in a Ford?
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1977 bronco
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If you think waaay outside the box, the answer would be 1993.....but I was thinking '77 Bronco, so carry on.



Man, I live for misleading questions.
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I think it my turn, What is the largest Gas engine installed from the factory in a chevy pu.
8.1 liter ?????
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Old 01-19-2013, 12:12 PM
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If you think waaay outside the box, the answer would be 1993.....but I was thinking '77 Bronco, so carry on.



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LOLOLOL, that is waaaaay outside the box.

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LOLOLOL, that is waaaaay outside the box.

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That's not even in the same zip code as the box..... If memory serves me correctly I believe Joe is right again with the 8.1 liter which would be around a 500Ci give or take a few CI's..
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That's not even in the same zip code as the box..... If memory serves me correctly I believe Joe is right again with the 8.1 liter which would be around a 500Ci give or take a few CI's..
I was thinking it was 502 but 8.1 figures out to be about 494 cubic inches. I'm just trying to think where that 502 cid that popped into my head came from?
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Juust go home ,Joe is correct with 8.1 or 496 they were in 2500 series p/u and surburban sorry for delay.

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Juust go home ,Joe is correct with 8.1 or 496 they were in 2500 series and surburban sorry for delay.
The 8.1 is a great engine. A friend of mine has an early Avalanche 2500 with an 8.1 and the Allison transmission. It's definitely the best gas powered tow rig I have ever driven...

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What 1932 Ford replicar is available with curved side glass and a curved windshield?
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Im thinking Rod ware & Factory five noy realy sure about F 5

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Im thinking Rod ware & Factory five noy realy sure about F 5
Nope and nope. The Factory Five is a '33. Rodware makes curved '32 windshields but, as far as I can find on the internet, they don't make complete replicars.
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I wanna say I read something in a magazine about a company called dearborn? making a 32 body with curved side glass and a completely hiding cloth top. If I am remembering correctly it was a completely one off very custom car though I don't even know if it is available as a kit or anything. But I don't know if the windshield was curved or not. Where do you guys come up with this stuff?

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