Thanks, MT - that is an uplifting video for real stovebolt engine lovers.
At least it went out in magnificent die-hard flaming glory.
Read the remarks posted under the video that MT posted the link-to.
A lot of self-righteous people, who probably never bothersd (or, would bother) to save/resurrect a good old 216 engine.
Flaming Die-Hard Glory is better than being put out back to rust until it is un-revivable, when a high-pressure 235/261 replaces it (or, even worse, when a "modern"
engine sullies the engine bay).
Here's to that old 216