The Chrysler 90 degree V6s and V8s have been as predictable as death and taxes over the years. Not long ago you could catalog two or three of each and cover everything for more than 15 years, but all of that has changed since the early
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Doug Anderson is Manager of Technical Services for Grooms Engines, located in Nashville, TN. He has authored numerous technical articles on engine rebuilding for Engine Builder magazine for more than 20 years. Anderson has also made many technical presentations on engine building at AERA and PERA conventions and seminars.
Latest posts by Doug Anderson (see all)
- Rebuilding the 5.7L HEMI - Jul 8, 2016
- Chrysler 2.4L Cylinder Block Casting Identification - Jul 11, 2013
- Rebuilding Chrysler’s ‘Revived’ Engine Family - Mar 26, 2013