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Wednesday March 21, 2018
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News and Feature Articles
My Dashboard Technical Materials AHPS Library of Factory Info, Magazines, Ads, Brochures & Photos

Piston-Powered Autorama - ARMO Featured Member: Holley Industries
Featured Car: 1968 Hurst Olds - Visit our new store on our site!


Autorama Cleveland Show

THE PISTON POWERED AUTO-RAMA - What a show!

by Tweed Vorhees - Contributing Editor

The weather was clear and sunny and the machinery was COOL ! The 2018 I-X Piston Powered show was a smash hit ! With more than 1,000 custom cars, trucks, bikes, tractors, military equipment, and vintage aircraft, it's the largest show of its kind in the world

No Limits was there to cover everything - it took us a full two days. We had a ball and saw a load of great rides. 

Read more about the I-X Piston Powered Auto-Rama click HERE

68 Hurst Olds

An Award winning 1968 Hurst/Olds - James Kryta's fantastic restoration

As seen at the 2018 Detroit Autorama

James Kryta who is the co-owner of In-Line Tube located in Shelby Township, Michigan owns and has restored this beautiful example of the 1968 Hurst Olds, one of 515 ever built.

Jim acquired this example at a swap meet in Carlisle, Pennsylvania and had the car validated by the original Demmer manifest as # 293. While the car was in reasonable condition, Jim commissioned a full on restoration to Hurst factory specs.

The car was completed last year and was taken to the prestigious Detroit Autorama Car show in Michigan. There it wowed spectators and judges alike and was awarded 1st in its class, and won Best Restored Original Car.

To read more on James Kryta's 1968 H/O and the story behind the 1968 H/O -- click here

ARMO News

Holley/MSD Sniper EFI 2300 Two-Barrel Now Available in Three Finishes
MSD Sniper in three finishes

Holley/MSD is pleased to announce that Sniper EFI 2300 2-Barrel Self Tuning Kits are now available in three distinct finishes - shiny, classic gold, and black ceramic. They're bolt-on carburetor replacements designed specifically for vehicles that came standard with a 2300 2BBL Holley carburetor, including the classic Mustangs, Fairlanes, Galaxies, Falcons, Comets, F100s, Javelins, Rebels, Thunderbirds, and Cougars of the '60s and '70s.

 
Priced to provide all the benefits of EFI and save you money to finish or upgrade any other aspect of your ride, it's compatible with 4-bolt/4-barrel to 4-bolt/2-barrel, Quadrajet, and Rochester flanges with the simple addition of a Mr. Gasket adapter. It easily handles up to 350 horsepower, and with the throttle-body-mounted ECU, there are no extra boxes to mount and no fabrication required. Installation doesn't get any easier - just four wiring connections are required: battery positive, battery negative, switched ignition, and RPM. A calibration wizard takes care of everything, and no laptop is required - just answer a few questions about your engine, and the calibration wizard creates the base map and starts tuning on its own.
 
All Sniper EFI 2-barrel systems put an end to cold-start issues, hesitation, vapor lock, and flooding. A Master Kit is also available that includes everything to build a complete fuel system, including 20 feet of 3/8-inch Earl's Vapor Guard fuel hose, an 80 GPH in-line universal electric fuel pump, fuel filters, all the necessary hardware, and a bulkhead fitting to return fuel to the tank.

For detailed product information, click the following links:

Black Ceramic Sniper EFI 2300 2 Tuning Kit
Black Ceramic Sniper EFI 2300 2 Master Tuning Kit
Classic Gold Sniper EFI 2300 2 Tuning Kit
Classic Gold Sniper EFI 2300 2 Master Tuning Kit
Shiny Sniper EFI 2300 2 Tuning Kit
Shiny Sniper EFI 2300 2 Master Tuning Kit

 

Society Store

The AHPS announces the opening of our new store!

The new AHPS store contains the original hard paper material we have digitized and stored on the website. This material includes magazines, manufacturer's brochures and advertisements donated to the Society by people who recognized that our mission is critical to the preservation of automotive history.

Also, certain members have created and donated pictures, posters, and other automotive memorabilia for us to sell to raise funds. All materials are sold to raise money to operate the website. We are a 501 c3 not for profit.

Click HERE to go to our store.



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