350 v8 go cart first run burnout
This is in Kelowna BC CANADA
cookin off tires on our 5L
after this video we did weld rear end, put in a throttle pedal, a tach,
then jumped it, split the bell housing and blew it up :)
Mustang 4 cyl race car
My 4 cylinder Mustang
running in the sugar grove chirstmas parade.2.3L, 3.08 differential gear, 4
speed, pos traction. This car is built for a dirt track....resembling the
cole trickle days of thunder city chevrolet car,i just dont have my number
46 on it yet. Dirt track is Wytheraceway....leave comments and let me know
what you guys think.
Dirt Track Drama
Here are some of my favorite dramatic accidents at the local race track.
Welding Race Cars.mp4
This video presents information about welding race cars that summarizes an
article published in the American Welding Societies Journal. It outlines
additional information presented on our www.NetWelding.com web site. It
includes a few video clips of Richard Petty discussing the importance of
quality welds in making a safe race car.
It has suggestions and potential problems when welding 4130 Chrome-Moly
used by drag racers as well as the mild steel used in NASCAR chassis. You
can see the 1st page of information on welding race cars at:
Neil's Car Works!
Neil built this car - literally - from the ground up! This video shows him
driving it for the first time. Dane and I are soo proud of him (the video
August 24, 2009.
Dane is 2 years old, mommy is 9 months pregnant, and daddy's car works!!
Car Crash Compilation # 63
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All crashes in this video are non-fatal.Take this video as a learning tool.
This video is only for educational purposes. Be careful on the road. Drive
safely and keep yourself and others safe.
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With the sub-chassis, front clip and roll cage welding complete, team
Leavitt brings all three components together giving shape to the car.
Rodney and Colton MIG weld at the same time to increase production while
keeping a close eye on the heat input and metal draw, (which is also an
important step in choosing where to sit)!