7 Cars With The Most Rare Engines Of All Time

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  1. Great set of videos! Thanks for putting this together, nice to reminded of car-stuff so easily forgotten. Peace-out

  2. The Oldsmobile 215 V8 was based on the Buick 215, but had so many changes that it shared few if any parts with the Buick. The Buick engine saw production, but was cancelled due to corrosion issues caused by incompatible antifreeze being used by various repair shops. The Buick 215 was sold to Rover, where it was slightly modified and used in various vehicles.

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  3. The Commer TS3 is essentially a two stoke diesel engine. The “Blower” on these engines isn’t used as a “Supercharger”, but as a “Scavenger Blower” due to these engines not having their own means of aspiration. Air is blown into the cylinder intake ports witch in turn blows the exhaust gases out (exhaust scavenging) of the exhaust ports. Very cool video though! Please keep up the good work.

    1. I realize this video is rather dated but I just happened across it. The question I have is how is the energy of the opposed pistons transfer their energy to the drive train with only one crankshaft?

  4. i wish i had turbine car know how annoying that be getting home at 3 in the morning getting all that love from the neighbors

  5. I’d say the dodge Daytona iroc r/t’s engine would be fair to put on a list like this. It’s a lotus head/dodge turbo 4cylinder that at the time and until early 2000’s was the fastest fwd vehicle made. Very rare and not cheap to work on. I know by experience. Mine is sitting in the yard.

  6. Love to see the faces of the mechanics if you pulled any of these into a Halfords auto center!

  7. How about the Mazda 1.8 liter, DOHC 24V V-6 that was used in the MX-3?? Smallest production v-6 engine.

    1. Mitsubishi also did an engine of that layout for the FTO slightly bigger at 1.9 but I would not call them rare though,

  8. @8:10 The true origin of Two-Face is he got one side of his head pressed against this exhaust manifold.

  9. I wonder what that F-85 Cutlass is worth? Surely being a convertible and that engine setup (assuming is it original) it would be Super-Rare.

    1. Agreed, Chris Harris was at a tyre convention in Italy some years ago and the ECV1 (Triflux) was running a conservative 800bhp from 1700cc, unreal!

  10. Chrysler turbine is my all time favorite car. Saw one one the road back in the day when a few select people got to test one. Then saw one in Henry Ford Museum years later.

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