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Saw this photo at the Petersen Museum- interesting!

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Saw this photo at the Petersen Museum- interesting!

Post #1 by gus91326 » Sun Jan 06, 2019 4:58 pm

So I was at the Petersen and I saw the Shelby-De Tomaso prototype. What I found interesting was not the car, but the engine in the foreground- anybody know anything about it?

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Re: Saw this photo at the Petersen Museum- interesting!

Post #2 by KYMav250 » Wed Jan 09, 2019 6:45 pm

Hmm, looks like it could be an AMC Dlifford cover? Or some variation of an old Clifford cover? That would be my best guess, other than an Eldelbrock one.

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Saw this photo at the Petersen Museum- interesting!

Post #3 by chad » Wed Jan 09, 2019 9:34 pm

is that a weber to the right? (what is it - a ICD?....what ever the big side draft carb is they have),
or
what?
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