Show us your four, six and eight in line engines. I always thought these engines had a ton of personality and charm to spare. I have had many over the years and have fond memories of everyone of them. Here are a few of my in liners and a few of other in liners I have know of over the years. Some of the engines include 1956 Chev 235, 1957 GM 261, 1957 GMC 302, 60'S Chev 250 and 1952 Hudson Twin H.
Pontiacs All-New 1966 Overhead Cam Engine (OHC6)
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Mario's Dad's 1971 Chevelle 250ci 145hp inline 6cyl
mariorojas2005msn on Dec 25, 2020 said:
Nice posting George. In liners deserve a lot of credit for their contributions to the development of the automobile car engines. My Dad's 63 Impala wagon had the chevy straight 6 235 and it was peppy as well as economical on gas. Cheers! Mario[Reply to this comment]
mariorojas2005msn on Jan 5, 2021 said:
The 71 Chevelle was a station wagon and Dad was given this car by a grateful neighbor who was moving out of state and did not need it. Dad was always there for family, the neighbors and friends with a helping hand. Later on Dad gave me this car when I needed another car and he bought a new one. A few years later I gave the car to my brother-in-law when he needed a car. This car has gone through the whole family. It was finally sold to someone else and unfortunately we lost track of it.[Reply to this comment]