Steve, well at least I don't have to take a hammer to the Lucas pump to make it
work. The most important tool in the box, for old English cars was a hammer.
Gues why. I can hear this one clearly.
Steve Laifman wrote:
> Larry Paulick wrote:
> > Since we have been talking fuel pumps, I used a Carter, reliable,
> > and avaliable from Summit.
> > Larry
> Well, I've been trying to find that super racing pump that Mickey Rooney
> used in his 1940's movie Indy type car.
> It was mounted on the right hand side (only 1 seat) and consisted of a
> long tubular member mounted on the side, and a bicycle pump type plunger.
> When he really needed to go fast to pass someone, he would pump it
> vigorously, while whipping the steering wheel from side-to-side.
> He won every race!
> Can't beat that kind of performance. (I even think he was making "vroom"
> sounds in his mouth)
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