Camaro SS396 / 375 (L78) vs 340 Dodge Dart GTS- 1/4 Mile Drag Race Video - Road Test TV
http://www.RoadTestTV.com 1/4 mile drag race between a rare 1969 Dodge Dart GTS powered by a 340 small block rated at 275 horsepower, and a 1969 Camaro SS 396 powered by the rare solid lifter L78 which makes 375 horsepower. The 340 GTS Dodge Dart is rare as it is 1 of only 3645 produced. The L78 Camaro is also rare as it it 1 of only 4,889 built. Road Test TV - We Live Hi Performance! Please SUBSCRIBE http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=roadtesttv
The 1982 Ford EXP
It's been a while since I've posted videos here...A long while. Let's go back to 1981, starting with this ad for the 1982 Ford EXP.
1988 Ford EXP Walk-Around
www.expln7.com Ford EXP / Mercury LN7 Owners Club
1982 FORD EXP Deluxe Sport * VERY Very RARE CAR (see description)
I have this driving red/black car and another blue 1982 also that is a 100% solid. For both cars, I would sell pair for $2800. After seeing the last 5 years these sell all rusted out for $1000 to $3000, thats a cheap price. The 1982 EXP is for parts even though I drove it 130 miles home to use as a parts car, I only got a bill of sale and DMV clearance.. The red/black has clear title and registration, the deluxe car has a little rust on the hood, nowhere else. Shock towers, belly, floors, trunk all clean as new. Car weighs under 2200 lbs, has a small engine that has possibilities for over 200 horsepower and currently gets over 40 mpg as is. Based on the Ford Escort mechanicals from 1980 to 1989. For both cars, I would sell for $2800 It has 55,900 original miles on it and needs a tune up, repaint and a few basics. The belt on the cam is new as is the rotor but little else from factory build. Was used as a tow car behind a motorhome for a few years and was placed in storage from 1987 till 2011. Normal wear, aging and issues. It drives good but would be awesome restored like new. I have only put 1700 miles on it in 2 1/2 years. Yep, run the tires off it!! Only 83 were even registered in North America in 2011, less now. Only 370 are known to even exist now. I OWN 2!! Cool Huh.