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Engine block

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This is a repurposed car engine coffee table by Minnesota-based Machine Age Lamps. Founded by Shawn Carling, the company provides Steampunk lighting and furniture fixtures that are perfect for people interested in machine age styles.

This is a repurposed car engine coffee table by Minnesota-based Machine Age Lamps. Founded by Shawn Carling, the company provides Steampunk lighting and furniture fixtures that are perfect for people interested in machine age styles.

Engine Block

The engine block is the main body of the engine assembly. It contains the cylinders that accommodate pistons and connecting rods.

A quick reference catalog of Chevrolet V-8 engine block casting numbers including the "W" engine blocks. Bookmark this quick reference guide and check back as needed.

Check out this quick reference of Chevy V8 block-casting numbers. Bookmark this quick reference guide and check back as needed.

Camshaft with pushrods

The valve which allows mixture into the cylinder is the inlet valve; the one through which the spent gases escape is the exhaust valve. They are designed to open and close at precise moments, to allow the engine to run efficiently at all speeds.

Chevrolet Big Block V8 Engine - The Rat Motor History & Evolution

The Chevrolet Big Block V8 Engine is one of the most familiar and long-running engines. The Rat Motor, introduction in 1958 & produced into the 2000’s

Pre-Assembly Guide: How to Build Chevy Small-Block Engines 23

Pre-Assembly Guide: How to Build Chevy Small-Block Engines - Covers Engines: 262, 265, 267, 283, 302, 305, 327, 350, and 400-ci

Build Big-Block Chevy Power for the Street with Engine-Building Modifications

There’s an old saying among hot rodders that still applies today … there’s no replacement for displacement. Just ask any Corvette owner, especially ones who own