Yes.... that does look like mine. Forgive me, but what makes this an "S"
head. "S" as in Cooper "S"? Oooh.... I'm feeling special....
----- Original Message -----
From Gerard Chateauvieux <pixelsmith at gerardsgarage.com>
To: Ryan Irwin <SixtyOneMG@HOTMAIL.COM>; Spridget List
Sent: Monday, September 17, 2001 10:50 PM
Subject: Re: Temp gauges
> Entirely possible...
> There were some 948 castings that had the sensor port in the head. I think
> they were "S" heads. The '62 Midget I had last year was that way. See
> engine photo at the bottom of this page:
> If you look carefully, you'll see the plug at the front of the head.
> At 9:52 PM -0500 9/17/01, Ryan Irwin wrote:
> >Ok, now if i am to understand correctly... The 1098 and 1275 have the
> >on the block. The 948 does not. The vertical flow rad has it, the cross
> >does not.
> >Assuming all this is correct, i seem to recall that my "948" had the
> >on the block. I can't run out and check because the car is in Indiana
> >am not. But does this mean I may not have what i thought to be a 948?
> >man I bought the car from knew very little about it, and aside from his
> >yard, had never driven it. Any other way to tell the difference between
> >and a 1098? And why did my "948" exhaust fit? Does a 948 exhaust
> >fit on a 1098 block?
> >Confused to the utmost,
> >-Ryan Irwin
> >'61 Midget
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