From the 1920s to through 1980, the Offenhauser and its descendants filled the grids and won race after race across the U.S. In the 1950s, entire Indy grids were made up exclusively of Offy-powered racers. Original hardcover received much acclaim, winner of the 1996 Thomas McKean Memorial award.The 270 Offy engine in Lou Sentera#39;s hot rod, complete with dual Weber carburetors and an alternator. ... had decreed an engine displacement limit of 3.0 liters (183 cubic inches), thus eliminating the 283-cubic-inch Chevy V-8 from international events. Reventlow asked lim Travers and Frank Coon At least two 270 Offys were put into hot rods on the West Coast with street cams, and are run quite happilyanbsp;...
|Author||:||Gordon Eliot White|
|Publisher||:||MotorBooks International - 2004-01|