Re: [Chrysler300] Vintage Fuel Pump Supplier
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Re: [Chrysler300] Vintage Fuel Pump Supplier

On 05/03/16 14:54, 'Rich Barber' c300@xxxxxxx [Chrysler300] wrote:

> Now wondering why Chrysler did not bring out the modern hemi with
> that same time-honored magic 354 CID displacement—just for old-time
> sake.  That would equivocate to a 5.8 Liter engine.  At least they
> did bring out a 392 CID engine which is advertised as a 6.4 Liter
> engine.  I’d much rather have a “392”—and one with a cackle rather
> than a click as our ’05 Durango exhibits.

> Rich Barber (Inches/Feet/Yards/Miles kind of guy)

Oh oh Pick Me, I gotz this one!!!

Think NASCAR! I believe that the finished product as ready to race
motors used have a MAX size 355ci. The 'Ford' and 'Chevy' V8's come
out  of the same foundry, just with GM part numbers on the 'Chevy's'
and Ford numbers on the 'Ford' motors.

Dodge can race with a 'Dodge' motor that they actually make rather then 
'license' the manufacturing to a third party.

  At least that is my theory. Any counter ideas??

Paul Holmgren
Every loaf of bread is a tragic tale of grains that
could have become beer but didn't

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