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HEMIMAGNETO WHAT NOW?

I am doing a 1963 altered wheelbase Nova. I would like to get the photos you have on the build but don’t have my own computer. Can you help me?

Lynn Miller
Greeley, Colorado

Your best bet for images would be to get a friend with a computer (or go to a public library, etc.) to download the images and print them out.  If you need more help, do not hesitate to email me again. Ro

WE GOT McFARLAND IN A BACK ROOM

I've been a fan of Mr. McFarland since the 70s. I still have his last article for Car Craft Magazine ("A Clean350 Small Block”) in which he describes his son cleaning up after him. What I know about the internal combustion engine and the physics of our world that control its effects started with Bill Jenkins. He was my hero. Smokey Yunick was my guide. Jim McFarland formed the basics to understand these gentlemen’s genius! Thank you in advance.

Milton Smith
N. Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

Milton, sir, you need look no further than this month’s issue of MaxChevy. Thank you for reading.

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