Re: Motor Swap

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Posted by Island Mike on September 03, 2020 at 00:34:50 [URL] [DELETE] :

In Reply to: Re: Motor Swap posted by dave#1 on September 02, 2020 at 20:59:19:

I knew that this was your field.
One of the Triumph sport cars ran a tractor motor. I have been in one, but it was a long time ago. Even further back, about 68 or 69, I was in an Austin Healey with the six cylinder motor. My Saturn engine was real sweet, and I figured in might not work. The Healey in my drive on Saturday was a four cylinder. All these cars are light weight, so do not need a huge amount of giddy up. 150 hp should be enough.
We are building my house. Not an instant model like yours. September is siding month. October, insulation and plaster board. I think they call it wall board here.
Island Mike.


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