Junkyard trip 7
I had too make a little money for the weekend, but working on tankenstein
today and should have video soon hang in there.
Wide-Track: 1959 Bonneville - /BIG MUSCLE
• Chuck Cushner
Slathered in Lamborghini orange paint and exuding a presence that is
anything but subtle, this 1959 Bonneville is a car that represents a peak
time in American automotive design. It was drafted before government
mandates and regulations stifled imagination and creativity, and takes us
back to an era when we still looked to the stars for inspiration. This is a
car that will stop you dead in your tracks and make you truly long for the
days when chrome was King, gas was a mere .25¢ per gallon, and where Elvis
Presley was the greatest thing the public had ever heard.
BEST of Start Up sounds!! More than 70 Exhaust Sounds!
To celebrate my 600th video, I have made this compilation: probably all the
start up sounds from supercars I've recorded in the past years. It's the
largest start-up sound compilation on YouTube right now! I have put them
together in one video with more than 70 start up sounds!
What's you favorite start up sound? Let me know by leaving a comment
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How to replace a fuel filter on a Grand Prix GTP
I was never in any danger on this video and the camera and angle is
fooling everyone, The car was not lifted up very far so jack stands weren't
needed on this job , had the jack failed on me I wouldn't be hurt. Thanks
for all the comments.
2001 Pontiac Grand Prix GT CV Joint Half Shaft Change
Had to change my drivers side CV joint half shaft assembly. Had a vibration
when I accelerated and it wasn't getting any better. So I bought a new axle
and changed it myself. Not as bad a job as I was predicting. Saved myself a
few hundred bucks by doing it in my garage. Part was fairly cheap and took
about 2 hours out of my life. The passenger side is the same brand as the
drivers was so I am expecting that one to go bad soon too. I will change
that one myself as well since I know how to do it now. Make sure you take
the ball joint and the tie rod loose before you take the axle out. It will
be so much easier if you do. Also, you shouldn't have to remove the hub
assembly, but I did. The old shaft was from Pep Boys and only lasted about
a year. The new one I got from O'Reilly's Auto parts. It says it's brand
new as the Pep Boys was a rebuilt one. Hopefully the new one is better
quality. Have fun. Had to mute some background music so I put some royalty
free country and folk music in it instead.