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1955 Chrysler C300
Engine: 331 cubic inch dual 4 barrel hemi 300HP, SN: 3NE552278 (The prefix 3 establishes that it a genuine C300
engine) The engine was rebuilt by Jim Page the former Holly racing rep. Parts were supplied new by Hot Heads in
Lowgap, NC. It has the solid lifters that give it the distinctive high performance sound. It is equipped with
stainless steel valves and double roller camshaft drive. The engine was fully balanced prior to assembly. It only
has break-in miles on it. It has a 9.5 compression ratio to run on pump gas.
Transmission: the correct 7 clutch transmission was professionally rebuilt by Lynn Harmes Performance transmissions
Brakes: New wheel cylinders, brake linings and wheel bearings have been installed. The power master cylinder was
rebuilt by Whitepost restorations.
Body: The color is black painted complete in single stage Deltron paint. Some non structural rust correction was
done on the rear fender area prior to painting. The bumpers have been rechromed but all other trim is original
Wheels: The wire wheels are original. Tires are brand new Diamond back radials with wide whites
Interior: The interior is a professionally installed Goers kit that is an exact copy of the original tan cowhide.
Seats, doors, carpet and trunk were totally redone.
Glass: The glass is probably original and is clear. The windshield is pitted but is clear with no cracks or
bullís-eyes. Manual operation of window works properly.
Miscellaneous: A new exhaust system with modern mufflers has been installed. All shocks are new with air lift
shocks in the rear. The radiator has been recored with a modern core so the engine never overheats.
1955 Chrysler 300 Series on 2040-cars
Mack, Colorado, United States
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Auto blogTue, 18 Feb 2014 17:45:00 EST
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has ended its investigation of 153,817, 5.7-liter and 6.1-liter Hemi V8-powered 2006 Chrysler 300, Dodge Charger and Dodge Magnum models after reports of stalling. Chrysler has responded by granting a lifetime warranty on the fuel tanks for these vehicles.
NHTSA received 299 reports of engines stalling while the models were stopped or driving at low speeds, and began an investigation. The government agency found that the control valve shutoff float in the V8s' 19-gallon fuel tank could malfunction if the fuel had too high of an ethanol content. In many cases, the valve would break in the open position, allowing the tank to be overfilled, which would then cause the cars to stall. However, there were no accidents reported, and the vehicles could be restarted immediately.
There will not be a recall on these vehicles because, "the condition represents a low risk to motor vehicle safety and is adequately addressed by Chrysler's extended warranty," NHTSA said to The Detroit News.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is recalling a total of 747,817 vehicles in the US in two separate campaigns recently added to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration database.
The first one covers about 434,581 units of the Chrysler 300, Dodge Charger, Challenger, Durango, and Jeep Grand Cherokee from the 2011-2014 model years with electric hydraulic power steering, the 3.6-liter V6 engine and a 160 amp alternator, according to FCA. In the affected vehicles, it's possible for the alternator to fail without warning and possibly cause the car to stall. According to the documentation submitted to NHTSA, the automaker began investigating the problem in August 2014 and has found possible evidence of one crash caused by the failures but no known injuries.
Customers will begin receiving notification about the recall next month, and obviously the repairs will be done at no cost to them.
We've been hearing distant rumblings about Chrysler's new Hurricane engine for some time now, but details have been hard to come by. Now, Automotive News is adding some specifics to the scuttlebutt, citing Chrysler documents. According to the industry publication, the Hurricane will blow onto the scene in 2016, but it's not an all-new engine. Rather, it will be rooted in the company's existing 2.0-liter four-cylinder Tigershark powerplant (shown above), albeit with "many new technologies to achieve excellent fuel economy."
It's not clear what sort of technologies Chrysler is referring to, but the Hurricane is expected to continue to use an aluminum block, and the finished product is expected to generate even better figures than the existing 2.0-liter's 160 horsepower and 148 pound-feet of torque (as found in the Dodge Dart). Automotive News notes that the updated 2.4-liter Tigershark debuting in the entry-level 2014 Jeep Cherokee has its basis in the 2.0-liter lump, but unlike the smaller engine, it's been fitted with MultiAir2 electrohydraulic variable valve timing to realize 184 hp and 171 lb-ft and greater efficiency.
Perhaps the Hurricane will incorporate the latter in its bag of tricks? Either way, we're hoping for a more generous torque curve than the what's in the current 2.0-liter Tigershark, which is something of a slug in the Dart - even for a base economy compact.