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If you are here to complain about the videography in this video, please understand that it is almost 3 years old, I agree the style is awful, and I'd recommend you check out some newer videos like this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aHtshoUVhEU&t=652s
A buddy had a GTV 1750 (71) and I had a 73 BMW 2002. He had rear disks and a 5 speed, but my car always ran. We found out that a 131 tooth flywheel on a car that had a 130 toother breaks the starter tangs off the block. Oops! But still a wonderful car when it ran. If we had known what we were doing it probably would have helped tremendously!
We had one of these laying around in the back of engines class in tech school in the early 80s. Probably not something people would see today stashed in a US tech school.
I bet this guy gets all the chicks,, unless he's gay lol
I think I could repair those Nord engines blindfolded by now. How often I worked on these engines...
That oil looks like water lol
"This thing made it 50 years before i came along and ....." I thought I was the only person who thought of cars like that. Liked and Subd!
Lol not complaining, but this is like engine building ASMR
if the engine has been sitting for a while, the oil and watter will separate and you won't see the "milkshake" . Rust inside the engine or in the oil pan.
Alfa engine..... it would be better as recycled molten metal
Very good and interesting video. 👌
Alfa's are literally rolling garbage cans on wheels. Why would you ever want to sink money into such a pathetic piece of shit?
A very intelligent guy , no useless music.
I haven't acquired my first Alfa Romeo as yet. I never saw the inside of the engine before. I can see why they used the same engine for so long. The design is excellent. I wouldn't be afraid of one now. It is strange it was seized in this way.
I wonder if heating the block and liner to expand them and then dropping dry ice and alcohol into the rear of the piston would free it up?
Great video for me thanks .