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How to Build Vintage Hot Rod V-8 Engines (Motorbooks Workshop Series)
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How to Build Vintage Hot Rod V-8 Engines (Motorbooks Workshop Series)

by George McNicholl
 

George McNicholl. Hot rodders and street rodders who love vintage engines will appreciate this book's step-by-step coverage of the complete build-ups of 10 different vintage engines. Engines covered include the 354 Chrysler Hemi (naturally aspirated [NA] and blown), the 392 Chrysler (NA and blown), the 500 Cadillac, and the most popular engines of all: Three

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George McNicholl. Hot rodders and street rodders who love vintage engines will appreciate this book's step-by-step coverage of the complete build-ups of 10 different vintage engines. Engines covered include the 354 Chrysler Hemi (naturally aspirated [NA] and blown), the 392 Chrysler (NA and blown), the 500 Cadillac, and the most popular engines of all: Three Chevy big-blocks (NA and blown) and two of the all-time favorite Chevy small-blocks. These are pre-electronic fuel injection (EFI) engines that can be built to deliver stunning horsepower, so they're extremely popular among hot rodders. This book describes in detail how to build each of these street-going engines properly so they deliver peak performance and reliability.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780760320846
Publisher:
Motorbooks
Publication date:
02/15/2005
Series:
Motorbooks Workshop Series
Edition description:
First
Pages:
208
Product dimensions:
8.25(w) x 10.63(h) x 0.52(d)

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