Nissan C engine
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The Nissan C-series was a straight-4 automobile engine produced in the 1950s. It displaced 1.0 L (988 cc) and produced 37 hp (27.6 kW) and 47.7 to 49 lb·ft (64.7 to 66.4 Nm). It was a pushrod engine and used single- or dual-26 mm carburetors.
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