Well, if there's a hot rod heaven, Tom surely has a featured place! R.I.P. BC On 5/1/2015 7:01 PM, Gary H. wrote:
It's reported that Tom Hoover died on 4-30-15. :( "Hoover was named master engineer for Plymouth’s Max Wedge car projects and was instrumental in designing the famed cross ram intake manifolds among other parts. His eternal fame, however, came when he and Don Moore decided there had to be something better than the conventional RB-based wedge big blocks. Hoover had cut his teeth as a youth working on first-generation Chrysler Hemis, so that was naturally where his efforts returned, and the result was the 426 Hemi in 1964." http://moparhalloffame.com/tomhoover.html http://image.hotrod.com/f/28636810+w660+h495+cr1/mopp_1006_04_o%2bchryslers_ramchargers%2btom_chrome_hoover.jpg Gary H.
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