Written by Chrysler Corporation in 1966. Materials provided by J.P. Joans.
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In order of introduction... (4L = four cylinder L-head, etc)
Guide to the notes:
1921-1950. A = Aluminum cylinder head; R = Red Head; * = 6.5 compression ratio aluminum head also available;
** = economy engine with 5.2 compression ratio, 65 bhp, and 138 lb-ft torque.
1951-1959. (a) Power Pack (b) Golden Commando (c) Golden Commando with fuel injection (n/a on Suburban)
(d) Standard engine for Suburbans; optional on Plaza. * with special equipment power package (4-bbl carb)
1960-1963. (a) Twin 4-bbl Long Ram Induction. (b) 4-bbl (c) Twin four-barrels, runner manifold. (d) Twin four-barrels, short-ram manifold.
1963-64. (a) Single 4-bbl. (b) Twin four-barrels, runner manifold. (c) Twin four-barrels, short-ram manifold.
(d) Twin four-barrels, Hemi combustion chamber.
1965-66. (a) Single 4-bbl. (b) twin-carbs, 4-bbl Hemispherical Combustion Chamber; (c) Special cam
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