1974 Fury Derby car Model BY JOEY ROTH
Joey Roth Made this Derby model of my 1974 Plymouth fury. I ran the fury in
Lind Wa in june of 2010. He did a great job! Check himout at
Music composed By Jeremiah Sean Serrell
Demolition derby models part 2!
Part 2. they wouldnt fit in one show. I did not build these Dr. Demolition
Rick Buikema built these from scratch. his contact info is in the video.
Demolition derby models
These models are Built By DR. Demolition, as you can see he is a pro at
this. I did not build these, Rick Buikema built these, his contact info is
in the video.
1986 LINCOLN TOWN CAR - THE LARGEST LUXURY CAR
Town Cars built from 1997 - 2011 were the longest production car built in
the western hemisphere. The Town Car name was derived from a popular
limosine of the twenties. Visually, 1986 was a virtual re-run of the
popular 1985 model, but with the addition of the federally-mandated third
brake light, mounted on the parcel shelf in the rear window. The dashboard
featured more wood-tone accents as in simulated blonde walnut burl, whereas
the 1985 model held satin black lower dashboard panels. Tall, four-way
articulating front seat head restraints arrived in many Ford vehicles for
1986, including Town Car. The biggest mechanical change for 1986 was the
switch to multi-port fuel injection for the 302 cid, a 4.9 L engine. Of
course these Town Cars were loaded with many accessories including a
retracting sun roof and most of the interiors were finihed in luxurious
leather and a full vinyl roof. The Rolls Royce type grille or a variation
of it, still graced the front. Many Town Cars were converted into stretch
limos Another feature was the contrasting pinstripping, fender skirts,
stainless steel trim, and those opera lights mountd on the roof by the rear
doors. I was glad to see a young person owned and is restoring this
classic. He replaced a large part of the interior and continues to upgrade
this huge land yacht. Thanks very much for viewing this 1986 Lincoln Town
1983 Lincoln Demo Derby Car
The newest addition to my collection of cars. This car will be ran sometime
in the future next year or the year after, depending how things go next
year. The 1983 Lincoln Continental was the last year for the oval shaped
window. This car is complete with all the trim work. If someone is
restoring one of these cars, get in contact with me for parts.
This is a video of demolition derby. Everything is under a safety
controlled environment and nobody is in any harm or danger. This video
follows ALL of the youtube guidelines and contains no misleading
information, dangerous content, foul language, or injury to people. I own a
videography business and film this as my profession. Any problems or issues
can be taken up with our business at www.dmderby.com
Demolition derby model builds
Derby models I am working on. And thanks to Chris(faithfulcmm1972) You-tube
page link http://www.youtube.com/user/faithfulcmm1972 For selling me the
wagon kit and spare parts.
Buffing and cleaning of AUTOart model cars
Each and every panel of AUTOart model car needs to be buffed to achieve a
smooth finish after painting. Car wax is applied to give the final
shininess. All clear plastic parts are cleaned and checked thoroughly to
make sure no fingerprint and dust remain on the surfaces. These are labour
Tabletop Town Auto Accidents: "Live and Let Live" 1947 Aetna Casualty & Surety Company
more at http://quickfound.net/
"Set in a toy tabletop town, this film uses brightly colored model cars and
trucks to demonstrate a range of driving safety scenarios. The number of
near-misses and accidents would make for an extremely violent film if real
vehicles and people were used, but the models keep the feeling of mayhem at
a distance. An unusual example of a rich tradition within the safety film
genre: the tabletop model...
Demonstrates causes and effects of such unsafe driving practices as passing
on a curve, driving after drinking, following too closely, and speeding.
Lots of near misses.
Model cars involved in several different accident scenarios. Good shot of
model intersection with cars passing through. All stop-motion animation.
Drunk driver sequence with yellow car. Railroad freight train hits car.
Danger Lurks Safety"
Public domain film from the Prelinger Archive, slightly cropped to remove
uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and mild video noise
The soundtrack was also processed with volume normalization, noise
reduction, clipping reduction, and/or equalization (the resulting sound,
though not perfect, is far less noisy than the original).
Aetna, Inc. /ˈɛtnə/ is an American managed health care company,
providing a range of traditional and consumer directed health care
insurance products and related services, including medical, pharmaceutical,
dental, behavioral health, group life, long-term care, and disability
plans, and medical management capabilities. Aetna is a member of the
Aetna is the direct descendant of Aetna (Fire) Insurance Company, of
Hartford, Connecticut. The name was meant to invoke Mount Etna, at the time
Europe's most active volcano.
1819 Henry Leavitt Ellsworth, Yale graduate and attorney, becomes
second president of Aetna (Fire) Insurance Company, succeeding Thomas K.
Brace. Ellsworth, who later became the first U. S. Patent Commissioner,
served as Aetna's president for two years until 1821, when he resigned, but
Ellsworth continued as a director for another 16 years. Ellsworth's
brother, William Wolcott Ellsworth, also served as a director, as well as
the company's first General Counsel.
The Aetna building in Hartford
- 1850 Aetna began operation of an Annuity Fund to sell life insurance,
choosing Hartford, Connecticut judge Eliphalet Adams Bulkeley, who was a
general counsel to the company and on its board of directors, to head it.
At the time, some church leaders and others believed life insurance was
- 1853 The Annuity department separated from Aetna Insurance to be
incorporated as the Aetna Life Insurance Company, with Eliphalet Bulkeley
- 1854 Aetna hired its first full-time employee, Thomas O. Enders, later
to become company president.
- 1857 Aetna moved to new offices on Hungerford and Cone Streets in
Hartford. The Panic of 1857 struck Hartford and the nation, causing the
closing of all but one bank and many other businesses. Eliphalet Bulkeley
blocked a move to liquidate the company during the economic downturn.
- The Aetna Insurance Company issued life insurance policies on an
undetermined number of African-American slaves, naming their owners as
- 1861 Aetna began offering participating life insurance policies which
paid dividends to policyholders...
- 1865 By 1864 Aetna had increased its volume of business by 600% over
1861 and its annual premium income ninefold, exceeding one million
- 1867 Company income rose from $78,000 in 1861 to $5,129,000 by 1867.
Aetna moved to its third home office at 670 Main Street, Hartford. By 1924,
Aetna had 94 million dollars, 43% of its assets, invested in farm
- 1868 Aetna altered its business practices, hiring its first actuary
and abandoning the half-note premium system in favor of an all-cash premium
- 1910 Under the management of E. E. Cammack, Aetna began using
Hollerith punched cards machines for tabulating and hired 35 women to input
mortality statistics on keypunch machines, the company's first female home
- 1911 Aetna began its first national advertising campaign. The same
year, Aetna formed a bond department to market fidelity and surety
- 1912 Aetna introduced the first combination automobile policy, with
several separate types of coverage combined into one contract. Several
Aetna insureds were killed on the RMS Titanic...
1913 Aetna formed its second affiliate, the Automobile Insurance
Company, to write fire insurance on cars. This soon expanded to include
windstorm, tornado, leasehold, and ocean and inland marine insurance. Aetna
formed a Group department to sell group life insurance, one of the first
insurers to do so; the first step towards Aetna's current health care
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