Model A storage and starting on the Corvair’s exhaust | Kyle’s Garage – Episode 20

Kyle preps his Version A for winter season storage and also prepares to begin a brand-new task: a brand-new Corvair exhaust.

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21 Replies to “Model A storage and starting on the Corvair’s exhaust | Kyle’s Garage – Episode 20”

  1. You will have to replace the head gasket because you don’t want to lose that engine nothing to call parts or handle molel t &a👌 nice video

  2. Watching Kile put his Ford away for “the season” reminds me how grateful I am to live in Northern California. Tomorrow I’m driving the Bug Eye, top down, on a 100 mile road rally with a bunch of other crazys. I’ll probably be able to drive the Sprite at least once a week all Winter long. No snow, no salt. I do *not* take this for granted. Thanks for the update, Kyle!

  3. You know you gonna catch Hell for that exhaust system. The 140hp engine had dual exhaust and you will lose a bit of performance making it a single exhaust. I understand though why you did it. Can say that you will want a very free-flowing muffler…the Hemi muffler won’t fit though:( LOL Plenty to choose from though.

  4. awsome tips for storing older cars, looking forward to the exhaust video on the corvair , btw where did you get the vw bus shirt ! ??

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