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Ca Speedway 66 Furyous Physics Burnout - 1/4 Mile Drag

Man this was fun! My machine is geared more for top end - than for acceleration, but being the only classic cruiser at the strip drew a lot of attention. Thrust over to my channel and view this vehicle performing more of what she enjoys - evasive maneuvers and high speed runs (up to 142mph). While you are there, ride along in other vintage machinery on the go and scan my encounter with the publishing industry. The Fury seen in this video is an essential element of a Police Officer's character in the fast- paced novel Seven Skins (now sprinting from the gate on SCRIBEWORX.NET).


 


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View this and the following three El-Mirage videos to leap into motion - up to 142mph, as this machine does in the novel Seven Skins. A teaser on the history of this vehicle, is that she was ordered by a retired police officer with every police option his influence could muster - heavy duty suspention(with rear sway bar), cooling, brakes, posi, 383 HP V8. I am the second registered owner for over twenty years now, and I've added a later Exhaust system, wheels, upgraded swaybars, shocks,windage tray, better cam, balancing, performance ignition system, and a 1962 tandum carb set-up(She even has the oval air cleaners for special events). In the meantime, experience my other vintagemachines in action and check-out my channel to learn more of my novel project. This machine is featured in my book in action that will knock your socks off!





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