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Looking for pics of George Montgomery's '33 Willys gasser engine plumbing!


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I am in need of any info on how the coolant and fuel lines were routed from the front of the block and pump to the backside of the radiator/fuel tank and where they attached. I have a few pics but most are inconclusive!

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George even ran a Blown 59 Cadillac before that (390 based stroked to 414 cui).

There are at least 3 good pictures of the SOHC engine here that I found just now when I did a quick google search...save them or open them in a new window and they gets a lot larger

http://www.thehenryford.org/exhibits/drivingamerica/Explore.aspx?okey=333297

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George even ran a Blown 59 Cadillac before that (390 based stroked to 414 cui).

There are at least 3 good pictures of the SOHC engine here that I found just now when I did a quick google search...save them or open them in a new window and they gets a lot larger

http://www.thehenryford.org/exhibits/drivingamerica/Explore.aspx?okey=333297

Those are nice pics. Working on this now. Later, MmD :wacko:

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I woun't tell anyone....but that was good...George had two Mustangs. ;)

One was the Malco Gasser with the 67-68 body style (as in the recent kit) and the other was Mr Gasket Gasser with the 69-70 body style.

The chassis for both Mustangs are pretty much the same but if you want to do the Mr Gasket car you'll need a resin 69 body...or use the one in the MPC based 69 Mustang Mach 1 re-issued under the AMT/Ertl name in the 90's.

The 69-70 had two different engine combinations, first a 427 SOHC as the earlier Mustang and Willys, later a turbocharged Boss 429.

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