Post by Steam McQueen on Mar 30, 2021 20:44:36 GMT -5
- There were three 400 cubic inch motors available in 1974.
M - 400 2-bbl N - 400 4-bbl P - 400 4-bbl (High Performance) 250 horsepower
There were three variants for the 400 V-8 engine for 1974. One had a two-barrel carburetor. There were two versions with a four-barrel carburetor, but they were tuned differently. No differences were seen in compression ratios, bore-and-stroke measurements or normal engine oil ranges from previous years. The two-barrel carburetor standard variant produced the same horsepower as the 1973 version, 185 hp, but at a higher speed, 4,000 rpm. The torque of the standard variant increased to 315 ft-lbs at 2,400 rpm. One of the four-barrel carburetor variants in 1974 produced 310 ft-lbs at 2,400 rpm and 205 hp at 4,400 rpm. The other produced 330 ft-lbs of torque at 3,400 rpm and 250 hp at 4,800 rpm.
How many were wondering, what's behind that garbage bag exactly in the rot-box area ? Some extra pics now show that area and a lot more rust. I think 3 of these pics were added ? I'm not sure, but this could be why no bids yet.
Last Edit: May 10, 2021 13:39:20 GMT -5 by Steam McQueen: not SOLD
Post by Steam McQueen on Apr 4, 2021 19:19:46 GMT -5
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Exchange rate is getting a little better for da Hoser's, 79.531 to 79.563 in that range, but still, look at the exchange price ^ on this Monaco. Almost an extra $1,700 for a Hoser right off the bat. Anyhoo, re-list will be lower ?