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  • lstude
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    Dodge called the whole car, not just the engine, a Victory Six in 1928. My Grandfather owned one. Below is a picture of it.


    Leonard Shepherd, editor, The Commanding Leader, Central Virginia Chapter, http://centralvirginiachapter.org/

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  • lstude
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    Dodge called the whole car, not just the engine, a Victory Six in 1928. My Grandfather owned one. Below is a picture of it.


    Leonard Shepherd, editor, The Commanding Leader, Central Virginia Chapter, http://centralvirginiachapter.org/

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  • klifton1
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    The 6 cylinder was the Victory 6.
    The V8's were Pace-setter 224 ci, Bearcat 259 ci, Wildcat 259 ci, and The Passmaster 259 ci. All in 55.
    Klif

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    42 Champ Coupe

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  • klifton1
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    The 6 cylinder was the Victory 6.
    The V8's were Pace-setter 224 ci, Bearcat 259 ci, Wildcat 259 ci, and The Passmaster 259 ci. All in 55.
    Klif

    55 Speedster
    42 Champ Coupe

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  • kmul221
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    Engine monikers


    A local paper for the old car enthusiast "Old Auto's" here in Southern Ontario recently featured a story on 55 Canadian Studebakers.
    They called the new 259 V/8 a Pace-Setter & the improved 6 cyl. a "Victory Six".I know the V/8's were Passmaster & Bearcat's depending on carburation but wasn't Victory 6 a Chrysler engine name ?
    Does anyone know the correct name given to a 55 six cyl.
    My Packard Hawk also had a decal on the rocker cover,but I have forgotten what it said.I thougt it would be a test of knowledge to see how many we can remember
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