Stock 302" Ford V8 engine with original headers, 2-1/4" H-pipes and 2 Drawmaster mufflers.
ADVICE: Do NOT let your dad rev your car, NEVER. Dad's are insane.
Motor original Ford 302" V8 com coletores originais, tubos 2-1/4" em H e 2 abafadores Drawmaster.
AVISO: NÃO deixe seu pai acelerar seu carro, NUNCA. Pais são insanos.
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1974 Ford "Get a Horse!" TV Comm. for Mustang, Pinto, and Maverick
In this 1974 television commercial for the Ford Maverick, Mustang, and Pinto, turnabout is
apparently fair play. When the automobile was first introduced at the turn
of the 20th century, stranded drivers standing near their broken-down cars
would often be taunted with shouts of "get a horse!" by passersby. Now the
Ford Motor Company uses the same phrase as the tagline in this advertising
campaign, which also extended to radio and newspapers, to promote its
equine-inspired model names with an image of endurance, reliability, and
American swagger. As a steel guitar plays underneath, the copy refers
directly to the general anxiety over the 1973 - 1974 gasoline shortage and
touts 20 miles-per-gallon fuel economy as "that ain't hay."
This commercial was excerpted from a newscast on WTIC-TV (now WFSB),
Channel 3 in Hartford, Connecticut, to make it easier to locate by
keywords. The complete "6 o'Clock Report" from March 1, 1974, which is
anchored by Dick Bertel, can be found at
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xGjK_NQQjWE. It includes a Lincoln Mercury
commercial, other ads referencing the difficult economic circumstances of
the era, and reports related to transportation, the environment, and the
Driving the 1971 Ford Maverick From Fast Five
Here in the United States the Ford Maverick is remembered, if it's
remembered at all, as the car that replaced Ford's original compact, the
Falcon, back in 1970.
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Apresentação Deepy - Difusor de Escape
NOVIDADE! http://www.deepy.com.br - O Deepy proporciona ao toque de um
botão, abrir ou fechar a saída de escapamento, trata-se de um Y onde é
possível andar com o escapamento livre (somente na flange) ou fechado
(original), também é possível controlar o angulo de abertura regulando
assim o nível de ruído e saída dos gases.