|Is/Was Gray Marine somehow related to...
|Posted on Monday, June 28, 2004 - 08:01 pm: ||
Does anyone know if there is any connection between Gray Marine and Chrysler?
|Posted on Tuesday, June 29, 2004 - 11:10 pm: ||
Not that I am aware of... but I could be wrong...
Gray most commonly used a Continental block for their 4 and 6 cylinder gas engines.
Chrysler built their own block.
Post Number: 780
|Posted on Tuesday, July 06, 2004 - 08:27 pm: ||
Here is a note and photos sent to me on this subject:
I had sent you a note the other day, which I am copying below. You replied that you didn't know of any connection between Gray Marine and Chrysler. I am sending you some pictures. The engine says Gray Marine, but I was told it was a Chrysler engine.
Please let me know what you think.
Below is the body of our previous e-mail. We are having problems with that one so please response to this one. Also, please let me know that you received 6 photos.
I have a Chrysler Marine Engine 250 Cid V-8 (probably 1956-61). The engine plate on this indicates Gray Marine, M3500. However, representatives from Federal Mogul have indicated that it is a Chrysler engine.
I need a Valve Grinding Set which I understand includes head gaskets, exhaust manifold, intake manifold gasket, center head gasket.
Can you provide any information for me on this or where I can obtain the parts I need?
Robert de Gaston
|Posted on Monday, April 25, 2005 - 09:45 pm: ||
Based on the photo's in the above posting. I have found a match to the engine remains in my project. I need as much info as possible. Most importantly, are there aftermarket Heads, Intake/Carb setups for these motors? Or, how available/cost-effective are salvaged parts? My motor came sans parts listed.
dirk van dam
|Posted on Monday, March 20, 2006 - 07:29 pm: ||
the engine you have is a rambler. they made a 327 ci in the late fifties and early sixties, they also made a smaller version 250-270ci earlier.this engine was used in cars jeeps and boats. grey marine used rambler, and buick v-8s