Engineering Racing Greatness: The Car
What does it take to be first on race day? The Indianapolis 500® is the
world’s largest single-day sporting event—and one of its greatest
engineering challenges. With cars hitting speeds near 230 MPH, engines
firing at 1800° F, and the forces of 5 G’s around the corners –every
last component needs to survive conditions that would destroy lesser parts.
Engineering Racing Greatness, a collaboration between Andretti Autosport®
and TE Connectivity, is the story of the Indy car engineer and the quest
for the checkered flag. This first chapter takes an in-depth look at how TE
Connectivity is helping to bring Andretti Autosport’s® car to the finish
Check out the rest of the series here: http://www.teconnectivityracing.com.
1969 Javelin SST 390
A 1969 AMC Javelin SST 390 I shot at the Detroit AutoRama 2013....A very
nice one owner car...with a cool History...check it out!!..Make sure you
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Hands-On Cars 12 - How To Install a Rear & Upgrade Brakes + An AMX Concept Car! Eastwood
In this episode of Hands-On Cars, Kevin Tetz shows you how to upgrade an
old Chevy 10 bolt rear and brakes while working on his 1978 Camaro Z/28. Plus he visits
Blast From The Past where they're building their version of a late 60s AMX
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He welds the axle tubes to the housing with an Eastwood MIG 175 and then
upgrades to Moser Street Axles. Plus he eliminates the open differential
and replaces it with an Eaton True Trac clutchless locking differential.
The rear is sprayed with Eastwood 2K Chassis Black paint and protects the
yoke with Eastwood Exo Armour.
Blast From The Past in Pottstown, PA is building a bunch of cool cars,
including a late 60's AMX Concept car that's somewhat of a cross between a
Gremlin and a Javelin.
The Camaro is then
upgraded to disc brakes and QA1 Shocks.
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