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Old 08-23-2011, 02:08 PM   #1
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Default Translogic on the Evolution of Chevy's Legendary Small-Block

The host is annoying, and the way that he swung the bat at the beginning made me jump, but overall this video is pretty cool. Check it out and let me know what you think!

http://www.corvetteforum.com/c1/tran...topiccnews.php
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Interesting. Really nice lookng '60.
Nice camera work. Would like to of seen then progression of the small block in each generation. example 1st V8 in a '55, fuel injection introduction in '57, 1st 327 in '62 (?), and so on. Looks like they are jumping from the initial V8 and a '60 to a new ZR1.
Overall a good video.
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Interesting. Really nice lookng '60.
Nice camera work. Would like to of seen then progression of the small block in each generation. example 1st V8 in a '55, fuel injection introduction in '57, 1st 327 in '62 (?), and so on. Looks like they are jumping from the initial V8 and a '60 to a new ZR1.
Overall a good video.
That would have been very cool to see... It's interesting to think about that engine launched a whole aftermarket...
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