2004 Maserati Spyder M138 4.2L V8 FI DOHC manual
The Ford Motor Company 302 engine is a part of the Windsor group of block castings, with no less than seven bore sizes used of the same basic block over a 28 year period. From the smallest and original 221 (3.6 L) bore to the largest, a 351 (5.8 L); used in Ford and Mercury products from 1962 through to 1990 in various displacements, but the 302 cu in (5.0 L) is the most enduring version. This 5 liter is still available as a crate engine in 2017 and is very much in common use today, both for the street or racing.
Click any image to see a larger picture.
The Dodge Dart for '62 is on a new, lightweight unibody "B" platform and well recieved with its "Torsion-Aire" suspension. The components are a good mix with-torsion bar in front, asymetrical leafs springs to the rear, the new suspension systems low unsprung weight and frame rigidity from an almost pure unibody design; the result is almost perfect geometry. The handling is excellent. the braking very good and there is lots of power available, particularly when the new Ramcharger 413 cu in (6.8 L) engine putting out 415 hp (309 kW) is added to the options list, mid-way through 1962.
click any image to view a larger picture
The Safari wagon was introduced for the 1954 model year and to save tooling costs the wagon shares body components with Chevy's Nomad wagon. The uptown trimmed Safari was the lowest production vehicle in the Pontiac lineup in '55 with 3,760 units produced
Click any image for a larger picture