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post #1 of 28 (permalink) Old 06-09-2019, 10:57 PM Thread Starter
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Put a Holley on your Rolls

Hi Guyz,

I wanted to tell you guys my company is now selling kits now to convert these cars to run with a Holley 4150 style.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Rolls-Royce...-/202449230577

Hope you all have had a great year so far.
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Personally not interested. If this is an example of your work you have alot of convincing.to do. Good luck.

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I can't imagine anyone in their right mind taking you up on your offer. Completely ridiculous Ebay listing.

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Is the cheese board included in the conversion kit?
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I see at least a couple of concours points off for the relocated horns.

The dude could have saved a lot of time, money, and no doubt, dyno-time by considering this Weber downdraft conversion.
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Would it be possible to forego the carb conversion purchase and simply make a donation to the "Almost Home Bulldog Rescue" charity and thus avoid having one's car molested while contributing to a worthy cause?
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The car runs great - and I already knew you clowns would not have anything positive to say. What I want you all to know is that I've sold 3 kits already and my adapters are going to be stocked at Summit Racing soon.

Basically I created a company for myself by accident, with a salable product out of this - and you fools can talk all the trash you want, but the truth is my customers are very happy with bringing back their cars that have been dead, sometimes for 10 years or more.

The jealousy I have seen displayed in this forum is nothing less than disgusting - but I don't plan on going anywhere because I always like checking in on you guys to amuse myself. I'm making a good profit here helping people convert these cars and not just by dropping a Chevy 350 in there.

It's still a Rolls and the original engine and tranny are still there - so what's wrong with switching out to a great, reliable, legendary carb? My generation thinks differently than you old farts and we like to try new things!

Keep it coming guys - I'm laughing all the way to the bank!
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If you want to be part of this forum and contribute something worthwhile I would refrain from calling people old farts, clowns, etc. It adds nothing to your credibility and is not welcome here.

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I can think of an alternative use for the "gold" nutcrackers you also have advertised for sale on eBay.
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I think that everybody needs to chill. You're thinking outside the box, that's great and probably what's needed in order to keep these cars running in the long term. In my opinion and at first glance, the kit that you provide is not ready for prime time if you're using wood for an adapter plate and have to cut hole in the hood in order to shut it. Furthermore, $3,500 will fix everything wrong with a CIS fuel injection system twice over.


If that's the look that you're going for, more power to you because it's your car and you can do whatever the heck you want with it. If you're seeking positive feedback, you're better off going to a hot rod forum than a Rolls Royce forum. As you said, you knew so troll?
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