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Re: rotary powered monza

Postby tinsfci » Fri Jan 30, 2015 8:41 am

...and the last tree

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Re: rotary powered monza

Postby monzagtracer » Tue Feb 03, 2015 1:52 am

Well, I offered a little more than $100, and won the auction. NO, It's not DeKon or IMSA related, but I figured it was really rare and would be a great addition to my collection. I'll let you know if it really rotates or not. I would still want to research this more on where it would of been used back in the day(Dealerships?). Doesn't someone on this list know the hbody engineers? Maybe they could show the engineers these photos to get the complete story. I will try to post a youtube video of the display operating, if you guys want. Shame GM never kept the prototype intact as a rotary engine-ed hbody.

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Re: rotary powered monza

Postby tinsfci » Tue Feb 03, 2015 4:53 am

monzagtracer wrote: Doesn't someone on this list know the hbody engineers? Maybe they could show the engineers these photos to get the complete story.


That would be VERY interesting, to hear stories from a real H-body engineer :)

monzagtracer wrote: I will try to post a youtube video of the display operating, if you guys want. Shame GM never kept the prototype intact as a rotary engine-ed hbody.


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