The top secret small-block 350-c.i.d. engine is under wraps no more as we have let the whole world know what we're working on. As you might have seen in the last couple of issues, the Castrol Syntec Top Shop Challenge lowrider engine is coming together, thanks to Jerry Stettler at Ace Machine in Riverside, California. In fact, the World Products "Mowtown" cast iron engine is starting to look like an engine, as all of the necessary parts have been ordered, including the most important, Castrol Syntec oil, which will protect the internal components and give the engine longevity.
During a recent visit to Ace Machine, Jay McCarthy of Streamcities Video Productions was in the shop and he gave us a sneak peek at some of the video clips that they were filming exclusively for the www.SyntecTopShop.com website. You should take some time and check out what Jerry has to say about the competition and the parts that we're using for this engine build.
There's a lot of great content for you to see online and we are now full throttle on this project, so make sure to log onto www.SyntecTopShop.com and check out what's going on with our custom engine build. Also remember to vote for your favorite lowrider engine and register to win this engine.
7515 Jurupa Ave., Suite E
Riverside, CA 92504