Hey guys, regulations are a moot point in the business of making parts for antique cars. This is not mass produced stuff. Eddlebrock and Craine have to merge in order to have enough business to remain compettivie in a shrinking marketplace. They have to reduce their overhead and take advantage of synergies in manufacturing. Last I checked Mississippi is a pretty cheap place to do business. The young guys comming up aren't very interested in our old gas burners which will soon be going the way of the dinosaur. I dont see my son buying a brass era car or even a 50's car. Eddlebrock should be looking at plastic injection molded intake manifolds for the cars our kids and grandkids will want to hot rod. A few years from now hotrodders will be looking for bigger and more powerfull battery packs, high efficincy souped up inverters and nitrogen cooling systems for their electric motors. These guys are selling parts i already bought and will probably last well past when I'm long gone. I don't need any more of this stuff all my cars run great now. These gys need some sort of repeat business.
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