This car has been out of service since 1989. As of this witting it had sat up for 17 years! There are challenges
in getting it back into driveable condition after so many years of sitting up. Along with the obvious problems it has
of sitting up and rusting away, this car still had all of the mechanical problems that caused it to be taken out of
service. I found the cooling system completely clogged up with mega amounts of some sort of radiator stop leak. It had
no coolant flow. The fuel tank was rusted through and fuel line completely clogged. Yet, after repairing the fuel tank
and opening up the fuel line this car started and ran! And it was using the old mechanical fuel pump that was still on
the motor! This car is a wonder to me. Glad to get it back into service.
Correct Carb Installation on a Clifford Performance Intake!
Detailed information on the correct way to install a carburetor on a Clifford performance intake
Installing the carburetor on a Clifford performance intake wrong can seriously affect power and
performance. Often the carburetor is turned where the linkages are easiest to connect. However, as the diagrams will
illustrate, this can be very bad and affect engine balance between cylinders making half the engine work harder. For
more information click the thumbs below.