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Redneck Monday- Here is how well-educated and highly-capable rednecks play in Spain

The world’s smallest running V12 engine was detailed in a video we found on the ‘web. It is fairly long and the music is annoying, but if you appreciate expert craftsmanship, you need to watch this video. Spanish engineer Patelo designed and built the entire machine from bits of aluminum, bronze and stainless. It is 12 cubic inches of cool. I think that is the same size engine in the latest Honda truck…

261 parts, 222 screws (all purchased), and over 1200 manhours; That’s more effort than GM put into designing the Aztek.

I’m just waiting to see the tiny Jag XKE that this will power…


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