Whereabouts? There's a lot of northern immigrants down here right now. I can get you top dollar 😂I have some land in Florida I will sell you.....
Having no experience with diesels, I thought this when I first looked at a w126 diesel last month. That said, make and model info are on title. Think we're being trolled.I gotta admit I have looked at the diesel in our MBs and thought how the injectors, fuel distributor and lines can look like a spark plug and wires ignition set up.
Maybe it's one of those old tractor engines that starts on gasoline then switches to kerosene for the real work.Think we're being trolled.
Those are asylum seekers!There's a lot of northern immigrants down here right now.
No pics yet, am picking it up Monday, I'll post some then. Only other engine I've seen like this is an old tractor that starts on gas, when it comes to temperature you roll it over to diesel, never seen it on a carDo you have any pictures? Does the car have any stickers or emblems?
Plugs and a distributor on a diesel? That's weird.
Probably. Since I've only been working on diesel and gas engines for 30 plus years. I don't know the difference between an injector pump and a distributorHe probably has a SI engine that sounds like a diesel.
Don't leave us hanging - there might be a real mystery here! Have seen gassers converted to run on cheaper (then) kerosene and even gassers converted to run on wood., but never diesels converted to run on gasoline. (Both the same except one shuttles fuel around and the other shuttles electricity around).Probably. Since I've only been working on diesel and gas engines for 30 plus years. I don't know the difference between an injector pump and a distributor