[DML] Re: catholic converter?
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[DML] Re: catholic converter?



Sorry if I spelled "Catalytic" wrong I was a little tired,remember 
the "B" was a safety vehicle,and the exhaust was made to crush or 
tear off,in the event of a major collision,Hey I am just trying to 
make people aware of a fault in the "D" and to take action to avoid 
the situation,That is what this ML is about isn't it? 
OK, on the 74,(cat not needed)but the major amounts 
were made in 75.(first year for cat)He TOTALLY redid(re-engineered) 
the exhaust in 76(made it as a single exhaust for crush/tear off 
factor) to include the "Cat" in the few 76 models

cbl



--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Marc Levy <malevy_nj@xxxx> wrote:
>
> catholic converter??
> 
> Please, don't proselytize to us.  :)
> 
> Also, the Bricklin does not have a catalytic converter
> because the US government did not require it back
> then.  they became standard in 1975. 




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