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posted by: Joe D.

BillI Carberrry of Cap-A Radiator gets asked this question so often that he feels like a broken record telling the pros & cons over and over. He is not a scientist, chemist or engineer but based on his more than 32 years of experience in the radiator business here is his opinion on which is better; copper or aluminum radiators.

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Date:  Sunday, April 15th, 2018

Route: Farmingdale to Orient Point

All net proceeds go to Long Island's America's VetDogs Veteran K-9 Corps

For More Information: https://empiregalaxies.weebly.com/

VetDogs Cruise 2018 Poster

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posted by: Joe D.

Supervisor Joseph Saladino presents the 1st Annual Car Show Long Island 2018 Spring Dust Off

WEBSITE: http://www.carshowli.com/

WHERE: TOBAY Beach off of Ocean Parkway.

WHEN: Saturday, April 28th from 11AM- 4PM.

COST: $15 by Advanced Registration or $25 at the gate. FREE to Spectators, FREE Spectator Parking.

MORE INFO: Vendors and exhibitors. On site restaurant and food tents. FREE Concert by 'THAT 70's Band.' Kids Choice Award. 3500 paved spots.

Car Show Long Island Tobay Beach 2018

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posted by: Ray Guarino
Article appeared on Restore An Old Car website
1965 gto on flatbed

Beginnings

In the early part of 1979, Ray Guarino found a donor Ram Air Pontiac motor to fit into his 1965 GTO project car. It was quickly treated to a camshaft from Nunzi's Automotive (THE Pontiac Guru in the East Coast ), a set of Hooker three-tube headers, a Holley mechanical-secondary spread-bore carburetor and a re-curved distributor. The 400ci engine pulled strong and worked well with the wide ratio Borg-Warner T-10, sourced from a '62 Impala, with a 3.73:1 12-bolt posi out back.
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