"An inspiring account of the history, culture and language of Western peoples."
Written in 1888, long before the term had any negative connotations, The Aryan Race: Its Origins and its Achievements opens with a racial definition of who Aryans and goes on to show how modern Indo-European languages clearly come from a common root. This leads Charles Morris to the Pontic Steppe between the Caspian and the Black Sea as the original Aryan homeland.
There follows a description of ancient Aryan households and farming methods, and how these led to the development of legal systems, cultural and religious practices and political structures.
An in-depth analysis of the Rig-Vedas and the Zend Avesta shows their similarity to Greek and Roman myths and the parallels with the Norse Edda as well as the Irish Cúchulainn.
The late 19th century was a time of unparalleled European supremacy over the world, and the final chapter foresees the continuation of unrivalled Aryan dominance throughout the 20th century and beyond.
Events haven't played out as Morris predicted, but nonetheless, his unbridled confidence teaches the modern reader a much-needed lesson: The only path to racial preservation lies in physical geographical separation, not Aryan rule over other races.
"A treasure-trove of facts, legends and stories, all reflecting the collective genius of Aryan peoples across the centuries."
"A politically incorrect take on white history and culture from before the idea of political incorrectness even existed"
By the late 1960s, the FE design was dated, so Ford replaced it with the 385 series, also known as the Lima design, in displacements of 429 and 460 ci, which was similar to the canted-valve Cleveland design being pioneered at the same time. It didn’t share the FE pedigree of racing success, mostly due to timing, but the new design was better in almost every way; it exists via Ford Motorsports’ offerings to this day. Beginning in 1971, the 429 found its way between the fenders of Mustangs and Torinos in high-compression 4-barrel versions called the Cobra Jet and Super Cobra Jet, and they were some of the most powerful passenger car engines Ford had ever built. If the muscle car era had not died out shortly after the release of these powerful engines, without a doubt the 429 performance variants would be ranked with the legendary big-blocks of all time.
In this revised edition of How to Rebuild Big-Block Ford Engines, now titled Ford 429/460 Engines: How to Rebuild, Ford expert Charlie Morris covers all the procedures, processes, and techniques for rebuilding your 385 Series big-block. Step-by-step text provides details for determining whether your engine actually needs a rebuild, preparation and removal, disassembly, inspection, cleaning, machining and parts selection, reassembly, start-up, and tuning. Also included are some performance options to make your 429/460 even more powerful, plus a bonus chapter on the Ford 351 Cleveland, Ford’s little brother to the big-block.
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