1966 Can Am Stardust part 1
Highlights from the last race of the first season of Can-Am, 1966. Drivers
include: Mark Donohue, Chris Amon, John Surtees, Phil Hill, Dan Gurney,
Parnelli Jones, Jackie Stewart, Bruce McLaren and Jim Hall. Love those big
Mercury Cougar Race Car (Dan Gurney) LOUD Revs and Sound!
Watch in HD. I recorded this beautiful Mercury Cougar Race Car (Dan
Gurney) at Concours' D Elegance of America. This thing is a monster, it
sounded so loud. MUCH more amazing stuff to come. PLEASE subscribe for more
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TRANS AM 1968
LOOK and LISTEN to this opening of a film called Trans Am The Race, made in
If this does not bring chilles up your spine you are dead or gay!!
Trans Am racing in the mid 60's though the early 70's was the most exciting
era of auto racing EVER!!
Get the entire film on DVD at carfilms.com
1967 TA Cougar
#98 1967 Bud Moore TA Cougar being loaded onto the trailer at the historic
races at VIR June 10, 2007
1965 Riverside 500 Stock Car Race
New 1965 Model Ford Galaxie 500 debut at the first race of the year on the
road course in California with Dan Gurney, Ned Jarrett, A.J. Foyt, Parnelli
Jones, Fred Lorenzen, Marvin Panch, Junior Johnson, and more.
Trans Am 1967
A segment out of the dvd TA67
This is green valley Raceway see the cars get air on the front straight
Trans Am Racing 1968
Excerpt of the 1968 SCCA Trans Am racing season from The History of the
Trans Am Series 1966-1995 DVD. DVD available at www.transamdvd.com
Trans Am Racing 1967
SCCA Trans Am racing series 1967 season overview from The History of the
Trans Am Series 1966-1995 DVD.
Bonneville SSEi vs '67 Cougar
My brother, dad and I were all heading to a local cruise in and by chance
my dad and I lined up at the light. Dad never looked over at me so I wasn't
sure, but usually he messes around for fun. My brother has the camera
driving the '93 Bonneville SSE behind me. So the light turns green and I
launched. I got to around 60-70mph and let off because I thought dad didn't
get on it. Of course as soon as I let off I realized he was a'comin'
quickly. But by then it would have only created problems had I got back on
it since the road narrows to one lane and we would have got there at the
same time, so I had to let him go. Turns out he was just fooling with me,
letting me get out and then reeling me back in, however had I stayed on it,
I would have still been ahead. So obviously in his eyes he won, I think I
had him for where we were, but the Cougar is without a doubt much quicker,
not denying that.