I have one of your engines

The GT-E was only available for a few brief months in 1968. Total production would not have kept the assembly line busy for more than a half day. If you know anything about a GT-E, it is important, and this is the place to share it. The GT-E registry is maintained by Jim Pinkerton.
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Royce
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Re: I have one of your engines

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Eight sleeves in the block scare the crap out of me.
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FestusPunky
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Re: I have one of your engines

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Get in the car, turn the key, have some fun and forget about sleeves. I pulled and resealed the engine in February and it was fine. This is the car you actually drive hard to preserve the museum pieces back in the garage! :D
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Re: I have one of your engines

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1 day left. :whistle: :doh:
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