This Roger Huntington classic will help you understand how things were done in 1950. Engines discussed include the Cadillac OHV, Chevrolet 6, Chrysler, DeSoto, Dodge 6 & V-8, Ford Model A & B, Offenhauser Midget, Studebaker Champion 6, and others. Covers general engine performance, characteristics, paths to power, the block and lower half, cylinder head, gas flow, and more.
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Reprinted from the 1950 classic, this true hotrodders' guidebook provides effective methods for tuning all types of stock engines from the conservative road car to full-race capability. This book includes general engine performance, stock-engine characteristics, and basic planning for modifications. It shows classic speed equipment manufactured by Ardun, Champion, Edmunds, Frenzel, Iskenderian, JE Pistions, Kong, Nicson, Nordec, Riley, Spalding, Stephens-Frenzel, Tattersfield, Tattersfield-Baron, Vertex, Wayne, Weiand and Zoller.About the Author:
Roger Huntington was a self-taught automotive journalist. He wrote eight books on automotive engineering and contributed to at least 10 automotive magazines during his 51-year writing career. Some of the magazines he wrote technical articles for included , and Hot Rod Magazine. One of his regular columns appeared for over 15 years in Speed & Custom Dealer.
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Book Description California Bill'S Automotive H, 1997. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P111555611370
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Book Description California Bill'S Automotive Handbooks, 2000. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 1950 ed. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX1555611370