<VV> Fiction, Friction, and Shelby

Chris & Bill Strickland lechevrier at earthlink.net
Thu Oct 15 22:31:33 EDT 2009

> Some farm equipment uses the same arrangement, so...

And you could add to that -- the Can-Am  Z-28 302, a short stroke, big 
jugged race motor

not an original idea, but, I saw somewhere, some Corvair enthusiast 
suggesting such -- a big bore kit on an early crank -- might have to do 
some more tricks to get it up to potential, but there'd be more room for 
that roller cam ...

And, speaking of farm equipment, the dentist's drill  belt arrangement 
has been a common industrial design that has been around for many, many 
years, like two centuries ago, and can also be found on a large number 
of lawn tractors, inc the nearly legendary JD 140.

As for the Shelby, I enjoyed the grass hitting the camera in the opening 
sequence, just like I did last time. -- maybe a new name for a Rampside 
custom or a wagon to p/u conversion, a Littleside ...

Bill Strickland

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