Separate names with a comma.
Great looking wagon!
Yes, that'll be a great car when you're finished and a family connection which is great.
To my knowledge (and Google) they were only available with a 361. From the photo it is a b motor, so I'd sooner guess 361.
It's without a doubt a poly. The valve covers alone make it a poly. As far as what displacement, as the others have said.
They are good motors...
A possibility to get a clearer pic? The new pic is a bit blurry.
Do you have a straight on shot of the print? It's hard to read at the angle and it's slight out of focus since your foreground is in focus.
Well, maybe I can use it to get him to come off that price 50k or so. :D
Seems like a heckuva deal to me. But hard to say what might lie underneath. A great looking car from teh shot though. 10 years ago I can't imagine...
That car just looks like fun! I hope somebody snags it.
I'd like to see more of that red bus behind it!
Nothing 100lbs of bondo and chicken wire couldn't fix :D
At least it seems to roll and I've seen worse.
I could be wrong, but on all my tractors that would be for a fuse. Push in, turn counter clockwise and it should pop out... if it's for a fuse.
Oh, cool. Yeah. A lot of those old motors are art anyhow. As I keep telling my wife, we need a hemi in the kitchen!
Nice! What's it going into?
I've just been reading that they even had OD units in some trucks along with others than had granny and great granny. I have to say from C bodies...
I don't disagree! They are durable motors with a sound all their own. And I have to say I love seeing a tricked out 6.
Ahahaha... well at least I'm not the only one.
Good info! It's a whole different world for me, kind of like the c bodies have been.
I've heard the low decks have to be disassembled to replace...
Definitely a step up from the 6. I like the 6's but IF one could be found with an 8, it might be worth poking around for. I've actually been...
Very nice! Thank you! I didn't think to look at a general DeSoto brochure.