• This... is... TONAWANDA!!!! Built in 1937, in 1938 it began production of Chevrolet's "Stove Bolt" inline six-cylinder, so named because it used the 1/4-inch x 20 bolts found on unwelded wood-burning stoves. It also built 14- and 18-cylinder Pratt & Whitney engines during World War II, the first Corvette's only engine in 1953 the first small-blocks in 1955, the first big-blocks in 19458, and now the Gen V small-block.
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