Drive By 1938 Chrysler Royal

Here is another drive by.  As you know these are in fact drive by – but shooting with a camera!!!!

We saw this on near down town Tucson, Az.

Royal1royal2

She needs a little work but it seems the owner drives it.  I love the suicide door and the 9 windows!!

The Chrysler Royal was an automobile produced by the Chrysler division of the Chrysler Corporation between 1937 to 1942 and 1946 to 1950. The Royal represented the entry-level Chrysler during its production,[1] making it the most affordable Chrysler model. The Royal was replaced at the end of 1950 model year by the Chrysler Windsor.

Own one of these?  Drop me a note.

Thanks for reading.

Tim

 

LACK OF UPDATES

LACK OF UPDATES.

 

Lacking updates of late for good reason.

It’s strange thinking that if I don’t post photos, it feels like i don’t shoot……Having the style and aesthetic of a photojournalist/documentary photographer, the process really isn’t finished until I share with like-minded people.

Over the last month I have purchased and currently importing my future wife…….a 53 Belair Hardtop

 

Event Coverage: Return To The Coast – Where Musclecars Unite

Event Coverage: Return To The Coast – Where Musclecars Unite.

 

 

Enter to Win a Shelby Cobra – Win With A Cobra

Follow the link below:

Enter to Win a Shelby Cobra – Win With A Cobra.

 

Win With a Cobra

 

 

POTD – Steven King’s Christine

POTD – Steven King’s Christine.

http://redstripeadventure.wordpress.com/2012/11/29/potd-steven-kings-christine/

Engine Line Up – 1956 Hudson Part III (Packard Engine in a Hudson?) Update

Additional update:

According to The Standard Catalog of American Motors 1902-1987, the AMC V8 was introduced on March 5 (1956) in a new model called the Hornet Special.  It displaced 250 cu. in.  The 2 V8 engines were sold side-by-side until October 25, when the 1957 models were introduced.  The 1957 cars, all of which were called "Hornets", came _only_ with the 327 cu. in. AMC V8 (the Hudson and Nash 6 cylinder engines were no longer available).
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From over on Antique Automobile Club of America.

http://forums.aaca.org/f169/engine-line-up-1956-hudson-part-340657.html#post1104154

Kevin wrote:

Quote Originally Posted by misterc9 View Post
AMC bought V8 engines and automatic transmissions from Packard. They installed them in Nash and Hudson cars in 55 and 56. Their own AMC V8 was ready for 57 so I think they only used their own engines from 57 on.

Kevin

56 Hornet

Thanks Kevin.

Tim

Engine Line Up – 1956 Hudson Part III (Packard Engine in a Hudson?)

I need to finish this one up so here are the V8 offerings for the 1956 Hudson.

Interesting enough one was called the Packard Eight and the other was the Hornet Special Eight.

The Hornet Special Eight was a V8 with overhead valves.  It was a cast iron block that displaced 250 cubic inches.  The bore and stroke were 3.50″ x 3.25″ and a compression ratio of  8.0:1 helped produce about 190 hp.  This was topped by a Carter WGD two barrel carb (Model 235S).

The Packard Eight, was it the really a Packard engine?

What I do know is that the Hudson engine was a V8 with overhead valves and cast iron block.  It sported a bore and stroke of 4″ x 3.50 (which means the bore was half an inch larger than the Special and the stroke was quarter of an inch larger.  This upped the compression ratio to 9.5:1 and displacement up to 352 cid.  Topped with a Carter carb WGD two barrel (Model 2231SA it produced 220 hp.

But was it a Packard engine?

It may have been.  In 1955 Packard powered some of its models with what they called the Clipper Custom or the Packard Line V8 (up until that date any Packard 8 cylinder was an L head).  This engine had the same bore and stroke, compression and displacement (352).  It had more horse power but that was more likely attributed to the 4 barrel Carter carbs that were used (models 2232S or 2284S).  Packard also used Rochester Type 4GC four barrel carbs on some of the models.  So I can’t conclude for certain that it was the same engine, but I believe it was.  I’ll see if I can find the answer with more research.

56 Hornet

Thanks for reading.

Tim

MCACN: 1952 Chevrolet 3600 Pickup Truck

MCACN: 1952 Chevrolet 3600 Pickup Truck.

 

This 1952 Chevrolet 3600 pickup truck was found in a North Dakota farmfield.

To seem more follow the link above to Classic Recollections.

I love the painted dash on this 52 pickup.

 

Thanks for reading.

Tim

Happy Thanksgiving!!!!!

Today, no matter what, even if you can only manage to muster up a single moment,  be thankful for what you have right now!!!

Even the simple things, like a dollar in your pocket, a warm  meal, a friend, or your faith.

Have a GREAT THANKSGIVING!!!

 

Thanks for reading.

Tim