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Matt Pumphrey's Model T on CarCast with Adam Carolla and Sandy Ganz

Matt Pumphrey's Model T on CarCast with Adam Carolla and Sandy Ganz


 


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CarCast's Adam Carolla and Sandy Ganz at the 2010 LA Auto Show Pt. 1
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Ford Model t speedster race car {ReBUILDING HISTORY the series}
From stock the modifications to this car start with the engine, where it has been fitted with a Ricardo aftermarket head, Bosch front plate distributor, counter balanced crank, aluminum pistons, and fitted with a period correct updraft carb, all together it pumps out around a whopping 30-40 hp. The modifications to the frame include -Lowering the car about 5 inches without dropping the front axle. -Setting the engine and driver, back around 6 inches. This is done to change the look of the car as well as help with weight distribution. -Also notice the period correct friction shocks on all four corners As for the gearing ,the rear axle has been swapped out for an original Hall-Scott two speed axle that has been stuffed with 3 to 1 gears . -Other than that I'm still running the original two speed transmission. Setup as a race car it is not uncommon for model T's to hit speeds upwards of 65. MUSIC: Johnny Dilks and his Country Soul Brothers "Growin' Old" Fulltime loser LP Used with permission from the artist and label.





1933 dietrich KB Lincoln V12
Please contact woodiesandwheels.com at (408)371-8030 with any questions. 448 CID L-Head V-12 Engine Single Stromberg Two-Throat Downdraft Carburetor 150 BHP at 3,400 RPM 3-Speed Manual Gearbox with Freewheeling 4-Wheel Mechanical Drum Brakes Live Rear Axle Suspension with Semi-Elliptical Springs and Shock Absorbers This Car Although Lincoln catalogued the KB Dietrich Convertible Sedan for the 1933 model year, only 15 of the splendid automobiles were created. Today, just six are known to exist in any form. The low survival rate of these graceful Lincolns is rather a pity, as they were among the most exclusive automobiles of their day, bolstering the long-standing traditions of a marque synonymous with refined elegance and quality engineering. The Dietrich Convertible Sedan presented here, chassis KB2005, is the earliest of the six surviving examples and the only one known that features the beautiful early-style open fenders. Shortly after production commenced, these attractive wings were replaced with more modern skirting. Tracing back to its beginnings, this Lincoln was originally delivered to a customer on Long Island, New York. Fortunately for the KB, it had the benefit of being well-kept during a period when many Full Classics, even the finest examples, were regarded as used cars and subjected to unsympathetic treatment. In the 1950s, Jack Pope of Indianapolis acquired the KB and was known to show and tour with it and, during his ownership, the Lincoln earned Senior Classic status from the CCCA. Eventually, Mr. Pope had the coachwork repainted and the interior reupholstered to a fair, albeit non-original, appearance. In 1971, he sold the KB to Art Graver of San Francisco, California, who enjoyed the car for a number of years. By the end of the decade, Mr. Graver disassembled the Lincoln to begin a more comprehensive restoration. The engine and top were sent to specialists, while the remainder of the car sat in pieces in his garage. Unfortunately, Mr. Graver never had a chance to complete the project and the car was still in this state when he passed away in 1989. In 1991, Lee Gurvey purchased the Lincoln, still disassembled, from Mr. Graver's widow and entrusted the revival of this significant classic to the noted Chicago restorer Fran Roxas. Subsequently, every aspect of the KB was addressed in anticipation of competing at national- level concours events. During the disassembly process, an undisturbed sample of the original Dietrich Dark Green was discovered and used to match the new finish. The top had been Ford Green canvas, which was luckily available in the reproduction market. Although the original patterns for the upholstery did not survive, one of the surviving sister cars still carried its original interior and was used as a model for the restoration. After a year of painstaking effort, the KB returned to the road looking as splendid as the day it was delivered. Over the next few years, the Lincoln embarked on a grand tour of American concours events, collecting a number of notable honors along the way. The magnificent classic received a perfect score at the Illinois Regional Concours d'Elegance, an AACA Junior Award and President's Cup at the Hershey Meet, a CCCA Premier Award at a Grand Classic and the General Packard Award at Meadow Brook. Perhaps the most significant awards were earned at the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance, where the Dietrich-bodied Lincoln bested the competition, achieving First in Class as well as the coveted Most Elegant Award. In 1997, after years of accumulating trophies, Otis Chandler purchased the much-admired KB and kept it in his peerless collection of American classics until his passing in 2006. During the period spent in his care, the Lincoln was driven sparingly, thereby preserving its show-quality appearance. The current owner has also been an attentive steward, having the car maintained as needed and keeping it stored in climate- controlled conditions. For the collector who appreciates the great luxury cars of the 1930s, there is much to admire about this coachbuilt KB. With its tasteful appearance, first-rate coachwork, impressive provenance and award-winning pedigree, there is no doubt that it will continue to occupy a place of distinction in the collection of its next caretaker.





Fairbanks Morse stationary engine original antique hit and miss with steam whistle!
Check out my professionally edited and shot videos on my channel!!!!! 1920's era fairbanks morse engine and air compressor running Now that I have it running, I guess I can blow the whistle and note the start of the day! Please contact Woodiesandwheels.com if you are interested in the purchase of this item. (sold)





Race Car Restoration {the ReBUILDING HISTORY series} Ep.1 of 3
EPISODE #1: This 1917 Hall Scott race car is raced in the monterey historic races. The engine has suffered the loss of a cylinder and this is a video documentary in the process of getting the car back on the road. Bore and stroke = 51/4 x 7 Make sure to watch this fine episode in HD! If the video is stop and go for you, just hit play then pause, wait for the video to load, and you should be able to watch it without interruption. If you have any questions please feel free to ask and I will do my best to get back to you.





Modified Mini Cooper on CarCast with Adam Carolla and Sandy Ganz
Modified Mini Cooper on CarCast with Adam Carolla and Sandy Ganz





Singer 911 Porsche on CarCast's with Adam Carolla and "The Professor" Sandy Ganz
Rob Dickinson brings in his creation of the ultimate 911. The Singer 911 Porsche grew out of a desire to have the vintage air cooled 911 mystique with the modern treatment in technology. At the car's core is carbon fiber, meticulous styling, an engine that sings along at over 8,000 RPM which make this package about as good as you can get. Nothing left to chance with the styling, handling or engine package in this car. Hope you enjoy it as much as we did here at CarCast!





GT40 Replica on CarCast with Adam Carolla and Sandy Ganz
Jack Duha's brings in his CAV GT40 for a peek. This is a replica of the famous Ford GT40 that won numerous international racing events including Le Mans several times. Ace, the Professor, and Jack take a look around and fire up this stylish 60′s vintage race car.





Episode #4 Antique Packard Automotive Restoration
Continuing the build of the great 1914 4-48 Packard automobile Please feel free to ask questions! I'll reply back to you!





Adam Carolla talks more about Top Gear USA on 27th February 2010 CarCast
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Steve Strope & The Martini Mustang on CarCast with Adam Carolla
http://www.acecarcast.com Steve Strope of Pure Vision Design talks about the ideas behind his amazing custom muscle cars. We also get to check out one of his finest builds, the Martini Mustang.





1938 Chris Craft Race Boat
One-of-a-Kind 1938 Chris Craft The only 19' Special Race Boat built on a Custom Platform Serial #SP48259 Only documented factory delivered Chris Craft with the Tri-Powered 244ci Gray Marine Racing Engine Powered by a pre war 180 HP Gray Marine Phantom Fireball 180 with three down draft Carter carburetors. In order to purchase this engine you originally had to show proof of your APBA membership. This is documented through out the sales catalogs. Restored to exacting Lake Tahoe Concours d'Elegance specifications. Extensive research and documentation with photo journal. Please contact Matt at (408)229-9273 for more information.





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