Engine Bay : Final

The first production Billet V6 front cover is now in place, with the integral PS pump bracket, alternator and custom billet water pump, all driven off of a single serpentine belt.

Look at how much extra room is in there, compared to a V8 installation. It all fits under the bonnet, and the entire package installs easier than the factory 4-cylinder, due to the shorter tail-housing.

The car gets over 30 MPG, yet has over 210 HP to call upon. The transmission and rear end gearing allow comfortable  freeway cruising at about 2,200 RPM. Slipping the shifter out of overdrive unleashes an amazing reserve of power for passing or climbing mountain roads.

Bradley Restoration

Andrew Bradley, Proprietor

14093 Riverbend Rd.

Mount Vernon, WA 98273

(360) 848-6279