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1949...WOW. make sure the plugs are simple plugs, not bosch or anything fancy and expensive. Cheapest and simplest plugs are whats best for anything 1970 and before. also make sure your gaping is correct. if the gaping is not correct, it could be burning to hot or cold and your fuel is not firing at the correct temp. Also check for if the smoke is white or blue in tint, if its blue then oil is getting past your oil ring on the piston and getting caught in the compression/power stroke, if its white then your headgasket has a fracture in one of the coolant ports and coolant is getting in your block which is really bad, it can cause moisture in your block and there for thin out your oil. When that happens the oil viscosity is messed up and your crankshaft can send your piston throught your block.
Posted on Oct 04, 2010
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