John, I finally got one. I worked the refuelling trucks at YVR in '64 -'65 (80-87 & 100-130). Every morning we were required to "water test" each compartment in the truck (4) and run the gas through a chamois lined funnel. The next step was to climb up on the truck and put the filtered gas back in-duh. I however failed to do so regularly with the 100-130, I put it in my own car, a '38 Chevy sedan. When I got home I would siphon out 5+ gallons and put in my '55 Chevy 'C' gasser---still got a few trophies laying about !!
Re: CHAMOIS in reply to Bob Harvey, 10-16-2013 16:39:57
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see-----I had a '55 "C" gasser. Remember building a 301 cubic inch motor with a old Corvette 283/270 manifold and used two WCFB carbs and yes the wonderful 097 (Duntov) cam. Used a t-10 trans. and 4-56 gear.
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