Adelaide train fire leads to audit of entire rail fleet
There was a time this was true, but.... Top Gear UK did a story on some big yank cars and they identified car "x" (cannot remember) from 60's or 70's likely to have the worlds biggest and least powerful V8 at less than 200HP and at least 5.8L.These days in all forms of engineering to upgrade is to downsize, to resort to ‘making it bigger’ to gain improvement is effectively an insult.It seems to have finally put an American car maker's idea to rest . . . "There ain't no substitute for cubes."