I saw an ad in a 1964 magazine for a 64 Buick Skylark and in the ad
- New Super Turbine 300 water cooled transmission for 21 % more thrust.
( Even has a built in barometer to improve performance on mountain
roads ). -
Is this just a reference to the trans cooler in the radiator? Did the
cars before 64, not have a built in trans cooler? I assumed the
radiators always had a built in trans cooler.
A friend had a 64 LeSabre with a 300 V8 and it had a water operated
choke on the side of the 4 bl carb.
1991 Pontiac Bonneville LE, 3800 V6
_~_~_~_~275,726 miles_~_~_ ~_~_