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Some folks are good with numbers. Some of us forget our own work phone extensions and occasionally blank on our PIN numbers at the bank machine. For the latter group, OnAllCylinders contributor Lor…

Some folks are good with numbers. Some of us forget our own work phone extensions and occasionally blank on our PIN numbers at the bank machine. For the latter group, OnAllCylinders contributor Lor…

Infographic: Engine Noises and What They Could Mean - OnAllCylinders

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Infographic: Engine Noises and What They Could Mean - OnAllCylinders

engine parts | HDABOB.com » What makes the engine tick

engine parts | HDABOB.com » What makes the engine tick

Blown Buick Nailhead - love the engineering

Blown Buick Nailhead - love the engineering

This Animated How An Engine Works Infographic Is Just Great

This Animated How An Engine Works Infographic Is Just Great

Boeing Stearman Radial Engine B/W Photo Print by VPCompany on Etsy

Boeing Stearman Radial Engine B/W Photo Print

Boeing Stearman Radial Engine B/W Photo Print by VPCompany on Etsy

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The big-block Chevy V-8 first popped into view at Daytona in early 1963. Then, when GM suddenly pulled out of racing almost simultaneously, the 427ci, canted-valve engine popped back out of view so quickly it became known as the "mystery motor." When the production version eventually appeared in 1965, the engine lost a bit of its mystique but none of its mojo. Passenger car versions displaced 396, 427, and ultimately 454 ci as big-block Chevrolets carved out a major chunk of muscle car-era.

The big-block Chevy V-8 first popped into view at Daytona in early 1963. Then, when GM suddenly pulled out of racing almost simultaneously, the 427ci, canted-valve engine popped back out of view so quickly it became known as the "mystery motor." When the production version eventually appeared in 1965, the engine lost a bit of its mystique but none of its mojo. Passenger car versions displaced 396, 427, and ultimately 454 ci as big-block Chevrolets carved out a major chunk of muscle car-era.

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