1971 Chevrolet Camaro: Mary Pozzi, Queen of Grip - /BIG MUSCLE
For its season opener BIG MUSCLE hangs out with the Queen of Grip herself,
Mary Pozzi. We traveled to Northern California to meet up with Mary,
husband David and her highly modified LS2 powered 1971 Chevrolet Camaro. We talked racing, car
set-up, touched on her SCCA autocross championships as well as her
inclusion in Sony's upcoming Gran Turismo 6. Then we took out her stunning
prized Camaro for an
all day flog in the California canyons.
1650 HP RX7, "The Sleeper Part 2", Scary and Funny, from NRE.
Nelson Racing Engines 1650 HP RX7 road video of this crazy sleeper.
Awesome power in this tiny car. This car is really scarry and very fast.
Some very funny video. I laughed a lot. More information and downloadable
videos for your IPOD and PS3 can be found at at
http://nelsonracingengines.com. and http://nelsonsupercars.com.
Fast and Furious 4: F-Bomb 1000FT Burnout (green '73 Camaro)
The real Fast and Furious 4 movie car, the F-Bomb (green '73 Camaro), does a 1000 foot burnout
at the Tracks of Willow Springs. The F-Bomb is a 1500HP twin turbo beast created by Nelson Racing Engines and
owned by self proclaimed car junkie David Freiburger. Watch this clip to
see it's impressive power in action! How often do you get to see a hot rod
smoke the tires through every gear?
2000 HP Supercar Attacks Malibu! Nelson Racing Engines. NRE.
This car is a rocket ship! Tom Nelson pilots this rocket through Malibu
and surrounding areas. Three action sequences. Tom tells us about this
Nelson Super Car # 004. The engine is a work of art. We hope you enjoy
this movie. Let us know if you do. We will do more. For more information
or to download your own copy of this video, go to
http://nelsonracingengines.com and http://nelsonsupercars.com as well as
nretv.com. Also go to http://VeritasMovieStudio.com for marketing help.
Best Paint Touch-up Tricks: Mercedes G55
This is one of the worst key scratches I have ever seen. This car needed to
be repainted, but I thought I would give it a shot...nothing to lose. It
covered 3 separate door panels with varying depth levels. 98% of the 9 feet
was through the clear coat, paint, base, and into the substrate. EXTREMELY
bad scratch. In this episode, I discuss multiple ways to approach this type
of paint damage. I want to be crystal clear: THIS CAR NEEDED TO BE
REPAINTED FOR 90-100% satisfaction. My techniques here, with the
understanding of the customer, had the best-case final results of 70% to
75% "better or touched-up" appearance. See how it turned out. Thx for