Yup, Glyptol. Lifter Valley, crankcase, front timing area on
block.Glyptol is slick and promotes oil drainback really well, and as Ed
says, will last until the sun goes out. Reasonably messy one single
drop can get all over just about everything in your garage if it gets
loose, lol (ask me how I know). Eastwood has it.
Ed Van Scoy wrote:
>Glyptol........ Will last until the next ice age.
>From: RACE427@aol.com [mailto:RACE427@aol.com]
>Sent: Tuesday, October 17, 2006 07:33 PM
>To: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
>Subject: Re: Internal Engine Block Painting
>Back in the 70's the rage was to paint the engine internal valleys and
>cavities with Rustoleum Damp Proof Red Primer. I had an engine which I did
>and the paint was still intact for 30 yrs. It was an inexpensive way to
>seal any cast iron dust.
> Tony G LI,NY