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Old 06-16-2013, 08:10 AM
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Name a Chevy motor that had 4 compression rings.
Idont know who is up ..BBC 366 truck engine had 4 rings

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You guys giving up? Where' all you race guys? I know the answer is right on the tip of someone's tongue.

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Well I see that you've moved on. The answer to my question is Mario Andretti and AJ Foyt are the only two drivers that have won both the Indianapolis 500 and the Daytona 500.

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Old 06-16-2013, 08:33 AM
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348-409? That just popped into my head.

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Idont know who is up ..BBC 366 truck engine had 4 rings
Winnah!

The 366 Big block V-8 (6.0 L) gasoline engine was used only in Chevrolet Medium duty trucks and in school buses. It had a bore of 3.935" and a stroke of 3.760". This engine was made from the 1960s until the mid-1990s. The 366 used 4 compression rings on the pistons as it was designed from the very beginning as a truck engine. The 366 was only produced as a tall deck engine with a 0.400" taller deck than the 396, 402, & 454 short deck big blocks.
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Make and Model don't need year..
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The 366 Big block V-8 (6.0 L) gasoline engine was used only in Chevrolet Medium duty trucks and in school buses. It had a bore of 3.935" and a stroke of 3.760". This engine was made from the 1960s until the mid-1990s. The 366 used 4 compression rings on the pistons as it was designed from the very beginning as a truck engine. The 366 was only produced as a tall deck engine with a 0.400" taller deck than the 396, 402, & 454 short deck big blocks.
Some people are using the 366 crank in 454 blocks to make 427 cu in engines.
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Make and Model don't need year..
A Willy's "Jeepster" around 1950 but I believe they were made a crazy bunch of years like from 48-70.

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A Willy's "Jeepster" around 1950 but I believe they were made a crazy bunch of years like from 48-70.

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You are correct Willys -Overland Jeepster ,the article I have says made 1948-1950 ,must mean this particular boby style .a man at Calhoun has a unrestored 1956 .it looks the same but some thing must be different.
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Knowing me I have asked this before. But I took this photo at the last Goodguys, what is the make model and year?

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63-67 corvette sting ray use same glove box lid
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Knowing me I have asked this before. But I took this photo at the last Goodguys, what is the make model and year?

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Yeah you did and re-po's are about $450 now!
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Looks like he needs to spend a little on trim piece. Notice my avatar,i should have waited/
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Sorry but 63-67 do NOT use the same lid! This is a one year only lid.

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Sorry but 63-67 do NOT use the same lid! This is a one year only lid.

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Didn't know that ,I knew speedometer was different but not glove box lid

Ecklers Corvette has them listed A3313 ,1963 only $499
and the 1964 and 1965 same part #A3305 for $299
And 1966-1967 the same part # A9848 $ 299.
So I learned something today,,as many of these cars I have owned never knew that.
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