And you base this on what?...
'63 Fury, stock 318 Polyspherical wideblock, (L, not LA motor) Stomberg 2 bbl
Able to blow away ricers and spridgets without much effort.
brian S wrote:
> I'm a little behind on my email but,
> You're right Jay,
> The 318 wasn't anywhere near as good as a 289 or 302. ;-0
> >I'm not a Tiger authority by any means, but I believe the Tiger continued
> >Chrysler's purchase of the Rootes Group for a short period of time but was
> >since from a corporate point of view it wasn't logical to sell a vehicle
> >by another manufacturer's engine. Some sources state that Chrysler
> >continuing the Tiger but didn't have a suitable engine.
> >jay fishbein
> >innocentiville, USA
> >one cat / no tigers
> > > In a message dated 5/7/02 7:09:17 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
> > > email@example.com writes:
> > >
> > > >
> > > > Agreed - the Alpine had the Rootes 1725cc inline 4 engine. The Tiger
> > > > had the V8. Tiger was canned when Rootes was bought by Chrysler.
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