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differences between stude 6 and plymouth 6

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  • differences between stude 6 and plymouth 6

    hey guys what are the difference between a (50)stude flat 6 and a (54)plymouth flat 6

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    Everything. except they are both six cylinder flatheads.

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    • #3
      Two completely different engines and manufaturers.
      But to look at the pictures, one can see why this question could indeed be asked...
      Some good Chrysler flathead six info is at:
      http://www.allpar.com/mopar/flat.html
      Jeff[8D]


      quote:Originally posted by gotti210

      hey guys what are the difference between a (50)stude flat 6 and a (54)plymouth flat 6
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      • #4
        [:0] That MoPar Flathead Six site would be more interesting if someone would check it for errors, Jeff. Sheesh. [:0]

        I glanced at it a couple minutes and noted that they said 1953-1954 Plymouths had 117 CID, but it's really 217. OK, probably a typo.

        Then they said the last flathead six in a Plymouth was 1957, but it was really 1959! Hmmm...

        I hope we don't have such discrepancies [8] on our Studebaker websites! BP

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        • #5
          Ditto everything said above plus the fact that the Studebaker 6 is a better engine! (Yeah I know, what else would you expect to be said!!??) But having owned both, I still say the Studebaker is better, particularly the post 1955 models.

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