I like them Vall. Except for the unfinished polishing on top. Like I said if I would have polished them they would have looked worse. Plus imagine all the sanding and polishing and buffing I would have to do.I didn't realize that those MT were still being made these days? They look very traditional, and must be cast off the originals?
I would have loved to see that Fiat.Many years ago while at the Hot Rod Reunion a woman was there with a streetable Fiat Topolino with a small block and mechanical Hilborn injection. She had rigged up a really cool system to prime the motor. She installed a small electric fuel pump and ran a fuel line to an 8 port block (looked like a nitrous distribution block) that had a solenoid installed on the "in" port of the block. She'd then taken the lines that normally would have fed nitrous and had drilled and tapped the injection ports for small spray nozzles. When she wanted to start the motor she simply turned on the fuel pump, pushed a button that controlled the solenoid, got a quick shot of fuel, hit the starter and there it was. It was really a very clean & simple set up. I asked her why she didn't just take the primer line off the injection pump and she said the electric pump worked great for starting the motor and less flooding.