Drift start

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    • LargeCar wrote:

      Bump start, because you roll it down hill and just bump the clutch enough to spin the engine over.

      Learned to drive in a 1937 Hudson Terraplane, three on the floor with the "Magic Hand" on the column. Then I moved up to a 1938 Plymouth, then my brothers 1949 Dodge. All manual three speeds and flat head engines.

      P.S. Notice I called them "engines" and not motors.

      Motors run off electric current.

      Engines run off the remains of days gone by!

      But Injuns run bare foot! LOL

      Tim "Ghost" Ganey
      Winfield, Alabama

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