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Archive for February 21st, 2018

Daisuke Kudou makes amazing models (Thanks Mario!)

February 21st, 2018 by admin

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Daisuke Kudou makes amazing models (Thanks Mario!)

the first-ever 427 Dana Camaro, a very incredible story

February 21st, 2018 by admin

it was bought with a loan from a bank, which only went with it due to it getting insured, which was immediately cancelled because it was strictly race and not street.

So, the insurance agent lost it. He went to the dealership, who freaked out that now the state insurance commission was getting involved, they got ahold of the buyer, who was already upset that the car had been sold to him without oil.

Or, at least that’s the story people are sticking to

So, they ate the cost of the car, and the buyer kept racing it. (See how implausible that is?)

The car never got titled by the 1st owner, went through a lot of changes and owners, and you can read the whole thing at Hot Rod, or, get a subscription to Muscle Car Review. Expensive but worth it.

http://www.hotrod.com/articles/amazing-story-behind-the-first-dana-427-conversion-of-a-1967-chevrolet-camaro/

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the first-ever 427 Dana Camaro, a very incredible story

in 1928 at Indianapolis, Leon Duray’s Miler set a lap record of 124.02 mph that held for 9 years. In a 91 cu in supercharged inline 8 that Harry Miller just had to reduce in 1926 from 122cu in to meet AAA’s new rules

February 21st, 2018 by admin

They then took it to the Packard test track and set a closed course record of 148.2 mph and then went to Muroc (a dry lake used in the 1920s before it was closed to the public and El Mirage was chosen) and set a speed of 164 mph

the 91s were incredible until the rules were changed again by AAA, just 3 years later in 1929

Muroc is named after the Corum brothers of Rosamund of about 100 years ago, but the Air Force changed the name of the dry lake from Muroc to Rogers after a pilot who crashed there.