On Fri, 6 Dec 1996, Scott McGibney wrote:
> For Greg (or anyone else), something a bit tougher (and to which I don't
> know the answer): For the carburetters produced by the Union of brothers
> Jack, Carl and George Skinner, what did the "H", "HD" and "HS" stand for
> and was there any signifigance to the size designations 4, 6 and 8?
O.K.... From what i've heard the bespoke "Skinners Union" related
to the materials many early carbs were made from... namely leather...
I could be wrong, tho...
email@example.com 1962 TR4 (CT4852L)
"That's not a leak... My car is just marking its territory!"
Greg Petrolati, Champaign, Illinois