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 Post subject: Old School
PostPosted: Mon Jan 13, 2014 10:21 pm 
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Pretty neat, random pic.


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That's the 432, the 2-liter DOHC hemispherical engine which put out nearly as much power as the American 240Z 2.4-liter engine did. They were limited to Japan only and few were made. They are considered priZe items today, and lots of Z Nutz lust after them (altho our own export 240Zs had more power).

The older instructor appears to be teaching his younger students how to apply proper torque to the cam cover cap screws, Ne? Bozo on the far left is leaning on the customer's 0.27" sheet metal fender, for which our automotive mechanics instructor would have made us all do pushups. :x

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