here she is guys, 18days to the race and she fires up for the first time.
the idle speed was about 450rpms but it seems like it could go significantly lower.
the experience was much more visceral in person than this video shows. I smell like oil and gasoline now.
UNBELIEVABLE - FIRST EVER RADIAL AIRPLANE ENGINE IN A TRUCK!!
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Rotary Engine! 1906 Adams-Farwell at Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance 2011
"It spins like a top." That's how Adams-Farwell described the engine.
This Adams-Farwell Series 6 40/45 hp touring car, with a 5 cylinder engine
of 490.9 cu in (8,044 cc) and coachwork by Connolly Carriage & Buggy Co.
(1906) is the only known Adams-Farwell in existence. It is on display at
the National Automobile Museum in Reno, Nevada.
Automotive Collections Manager, Jay Hubbard, points out some of the
features of this exceptionally unusual car, and fires her up for a spin to
let visitors at the 2011 Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance enjoy its