Getaway In Stockholm 9
Porsche 911 GT3 is one of the fastest roadgoing cars ever made. Imagine two
- and then put a pair of them in the hands of Mr X and his friend and you
will see some racing action in the streets of downtown Stockholm at
Anywhere and everywhere that they can find the cops to get a nice carhase
at their hands - they will go looking - and fast to! If you like sportcars
in general and to see them be driven flat out - donât miss this
Getaway in Stockholm production for the world.
This year we have added a little extra, not only do you get to see the two
GT3s tease the cops and drive through the city at incredible speeds, you
also get to see a second getaway. Mr X Solo run where Mr X ventures out on
his own to taunt the proud men and women in blue.
My 1969 Chevy Nova Project - First Drive After Rebuild. Sweet!
This is my Budget 1969 Chevy Nova Project. I've been working on her pretty
steady for the last two years. She's got a 327 with 2.02 double hump
heads, Edelbrock Tunnel Ram, Dual 600 cfm Carbs, Solid Cam, 11:1 TRW
Pistons, Hooker Headers, MSD Ignition, Super T-10 Close Ratio 4 Speed and
12 Bolt Positraction Rear end w/4.88 Gears. This is my very first drive
and I couldn't be Happier!
I'm looking forward to taking her to the Drag Strip, Car Shows and just
Cruising around town.
BIG BLOCK CHEVY 454 TRIPLE TUNNEL RAM INTAKE TEST FIRE
A cold engine start of he motor I built for my 1978 Chevrolet Malibu 2-Door
Wagon .I built the engine and custom made 3-2 barrel tunnel ram intake over
the winter. This is a motor starting for the 4th or 5th time during
break-in. It has NOT run been run up to normal operating temperature in
this video. The 3-2 set up idles perfectly fine at normal operating
temperatures. They are 3 Rochester 2G carburetors each providing 275 CFM of
air/gas flow for a total of 780 CFM which was perfect for this mildly built
motor. This was the first video I made and uploaded to YouTube. You hear my
wife Cathy say "It's recording" LOL!
'64 Lemons idling
Chris Johnson's '64 Lemons (Post) has a "mild" 454 with big oval port
heads, a medium (230 @ .050",) hydraulic cam and a Richmond 5 speed (no
overdrive.) 2.86 gears with the 4.06 first gear is plenty to get it moving
on tires that won't hook... for a small moment. Chris did (is doing) all
the work himself... a machinest/hot rodder hobbyist and friend.