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ANRA Famoso Oct.2010, Six Tee Pot.
Two, six cylinder dragsters.





302 gmc cold start
Cold start of a hotrodded 302 gmc 6 cylinder





Redneck Restoration's "This Old Truck" 1959 GMC 450 Dump Truck
Can't save 'em all, but we're gettin' what we can! IT'S NOT MY TRUCK! It belongs to the scrap yard THEY OWN IT! They let my buy what I could afford to get.





270 gmc test stand run
George's spare 270 gmc running on a stand. Engine has good oil pressure, a nice idle, and good compression. Compression was only 5 lbs different from the high cylinder to the low cylinder. This engine hasn't been run in a few years. Carb still needs adjustment.





World smallest V12 engine
http://www.bringthecake.com Apparently the builder's name is Yesus Wilder and he only used three materials to build the engine. Stainless steel, aluminum, and bronze. All credits to him.





The Find 1956 GMC V-8 Hydramatic 4X4 Truck
Here's the whole story of finding a Title and tracking down a 1956 GMC V-8 Hydramatic 4X4 truck. From the truck I found the Title in, to the prep, loading, transport, unloading and a tour of the truck itself. Don't forget the out-takes at the end! They also include a couple of really nice southern Oregon scenery shots.





Hot Rod 292 six cylinder
This engine was a collaboration between my dad and his cousin. It's a 292, .030 over. It's been balanced. It's got JE forged pistons that puts it at about 10.5:1 compression. It has an Engle cam with 231 @ .050 duration and .565 lift. The head is a lump port head by Self with Ferrea 1.94/1.6 valves, K-Motion springs, Bill Smith pushrods, and Harland Sharp 1.75 roller rockers. The oil pan is a Hamburger aluminum pan, and the timing cover is a Frank pattern finned aluminum unit, and it has a custom made ATI Super Dampner and aluminum Fidenza flywheel. The intake manifold is a Clifford 4 barrel, with a 2" Super Sucker and currently has a Holley 750 carb on it., This is going in a '37 Ford pickup with a Richmond 5 speed behind it.





Bobs 250 Chevy inline 6 DYNO pulls Straight six
250 Chevy, ross flat top pistons, 6" rods, balanced lower end. Built by Heckt Power. Parts supplied by www.12bolt.com 310 HP and still climbing! Torq is @275 near the start and is maintained to nearly the end of run. Head has 1.94/1.6 valves, bolt in intake port lumps are used. 1.75 roller rocker arms. The block is zero decked. Cam has 224/230 duraration @ .050 lift and .551 lift at the valves. Intake is a Clifford carb is a Edelbrock 500cfm This engine is almost at the max for this carb. Any more rpm and a 600 will need to be used.





302 gmc #1 1932 chevy
1932 chevy





Y-Block powered FED at Famoso Raceway
This is me (Tim McMaster) and my Y-Block Ford powered front engine gas dragster Elwood. It's our first time running the 1320 at Famoso Raceway just north of Bakersfield, CA in Oct. 2010. We did fairly well for our first time out, the car ran great and had very few problems. All this on my spare pickup engine.





Mitch Allread: Don't Call it a Rat Rod... - /BIG MUSCLE
It packs a 400 hp diesel out of a Ford F-350, a Dana 80 rear-end, and a look and feel that would make Max Rockatansky feel right at home. This is Mitch Allread's custom fabricated creation and it is, without a doubt, one of the coolest things on the road today. This is a machine that transcends the traditional hot rod formula by breaking down borders and setting its own stage. Whereas most hot-rods are built by custom shops utilizing parts from mail order catalogs, Mitch took a different approach and fabricated just about everything on his ride by hand. Calling this a rat-rod would be an insult - a work of art however... that'd be just fine.





supercharged inline six
1954 gmc with a 6 cyl 5 spd and a art morrison chassis





GMC 702 V12 Engine
The legendary V12 GMC 702 engine on a stand running at the ATHS Hutchinson Kansas show in May 2008. Used in Crackerbox and other large GMC trucks, this engine has serious cubes!





1968 z-28 camaro 302 motorweek
1968 z-28 Camaro test on motorweek





MIGHTY6 TEST SESSION 3
19Lbs Boost, Mike Murillo Tuned, 292 Chevy Inline Six, Kirby / Sissell Head, Garrett GTX4508R turbo and a ton of custom one off parts.




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