Stacey and our friends at Holley Performance show you how even that old family grocery getter can be more than meets the eye. It just goes to show that looks can be deceiving and you might want to think twice when granny pulls up next to you at the stop light in her station wagon. You never know what's under the hood!
Hot Rod Station Wagon [S6 Ep.9-1]
Station Wagons...Love them or hate them, we all have some stories to tell
about them! But most of us have never dreamed that a wagon could be a Hot
rod or cool custom...but they can! Today on GEARZ, Stacey shows how much
fun a wagon can be when it has an LS engine under the hood, and two four
barrel carburetors sitting on it. If you ever wanted to thrash your Dad's
old Wagon, this is the show for you! After that Stacey digs into some of
the most asked questions regarding shooting waterborne paint, and finally
we take a trip to Texas to see how one body-man created his own business by
selling tools, instead of using them. If you are looking for a new career,
this could be your answer.
What Kind Of Insurance Is Needed For Project Cars?
Stacey talks a little bit about what some of the needs for insurance are on
your project and classic cars. With a little help from our friends at
Grundy Worldwide Insurance, you can be sure to get the right kind of
coverage at a real world rate!
Hot Rod Your Side-by-Side
One of the best things about GearZ is we get to cover all aspects of the
Gear Head world. From Cars, to trucks, to Off-Road, to Military, to
Airplanes. But the one thing we have not yet featured is the SUT, or
side-by-side. Until now! Stacey walks you through lots of after market
upgrades for your side-by-side.
1930 Chevrolet Traditional Hot Rod
A 1930 Chevrolet I shot at the Good Guys Nashville 2013...One cool
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Chopped Rod and Custom Festival 2012 Ep#2.
Chopped Rod and Custom Festival 2012
Hot Rods and rock music get back to their roots for the annual Chopped Rod
& Custom a three-day festival where pre-1965 style custom cars and music
fanatics from across Australia roll into Victoria.
Taking place an hour and a half north of Melbourne, Chopped is a unique
cultural experience similar to that of being thrown back to a 1950s/60s Hop
Up Carnavale. Thousands of fans from around the country partake in a mix of
traditional style hot rods & custom cars alongside bobber & chopper
motorcycles with entrants running head-to-head throughout the show in
two-lane old-style dirt drags entertaining the crowds.
Throughout the day and into the night the crowds constantly switch their
attention between the field of dirt drags and cars across to the stage
where 15 bands play Rockabilly, Garage & Rock through to Blues, Country &
Surf in the setting of the 'Tiki Palace' bar that drops you back into 1960s
island life with Cocktails, Tikis, & Period DJ's visually drowned by palms,
bamboo and a giant Easter Island Head that lights up the sky at night by
popping its top and flaming into the darkness.
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
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.
Supercars, Hot Rods and Go-Karts [S7 Ep. 13-4]
Today on GEARZ, Stacey rolls the SL-C back into the shop to show off the
wild twin turbo system that Schwartz
Performance put together for it. If you thought that 1000hp out of an
LS-7 was impossible, THINK AGAIN! Even wilder is the fact that this engine
is pulling those kind of horsepower numbers on pump
gas, and it's docile enough to drive on the street...until you hit the
throttle! If supercars and twin turbos
are your thing, you have to see this! After that, Stacey goes through some
of the problem areas that you will face when you are building a vehicle and
how to pick the right project. Finally He digs into the 1st motorized
vehicle that most of us had...the Go-Kart. Rich or poor, young or old,
there is something for everybody in this show, and that's why they call it
GEARZ!!! Part 4
Old Trucks and Other Junk [S5 Ep.12-2]
Today on GEARZ, Stacey rolls in an old '67 Ford pickup that has been hacked
on over the years, and shows how to get rid of the old afterthought floor
shifter, and convert it to a column shift that will actually shift gears!
After that, Stacey digs into one of the newest fuel injection units on the
market and shows how easy it is to install, and then demonstrates how to
shave the drip rail off of your muscle car. Finally, we answer the
question: Is it possible to put chrome plating on aluminum or stainless
steel? We take a trip to Advance plating in Nashville to find out. There's
so much stuff going on, you're gonna need to watch this show twice!
HEAVY METAL Suspension [S6 Ep.12-1]
Today on GEARZ, Stacey rolls Heavy Metal back into the shop and begins to
lay out some of the incredible modifications that he is going to be doing
on this old junk yard '69 International Cabover truck. A custom four-link
air suspension goes on first, and then a slick air brake system to pull
this big monster to a stop. A custom Exhaust is also laid out, along with numerous
other modifications to make this a one of a kind rig. If you have ever
wondered if a Cabover could make a cool hot rod, you need to check this
out. From there it's off to the movies as Stacey digs into the impact
and influence movie cars have on our lives and culture. To prove that
point, He brings in actor Dax Shepard and his cool '67 Lincoln Continental
that are both starring in the new movie "Hit and Run". So strap in and
hold on, 'cuz we might get airborne on this ride!
The Rat Roaster Details [S5 Ep.1]
Today on GEARZ, Stacey rolls the Rat Roaster back into the shop to dig into
the final assembly of this wild roadster. First it is the final fitting of
a cool soft top, and then the final layout to the steering and the brakes
to all bring this project one step closer to completion. Then it's on to
Heartthrob Exhaust where Stacey takes
a look at one of the most unique Exhaust companies on the planet, and how it's
possible YOU have used their products in the past and not even known it.
Finally, it's the start of a National model car building contest that
anybody can enter... including YOU! So, What are you waiting for? Get
movin'! There are cars to build and prizes to win...!
1972 Vega Pro Street
A 1972 Pro Street Vega I shot while at the Shades Of The Past Rod Run
2013.....This car has been in the family since almost new...Driven by the
current owners Dad back and forth to work for sixteen year....A cool
Car...With a cool history...check it out!!!...Make sure you follow me so
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LeMans Safari Station Wagon Classic Estate Break Youngtimer Car Video Review Walk Around
Pontiac Lemans Safari Station Wagon 5.0L 305 V8 Classic Youngtimer Car
Video Review Walk Around http://www.1ownercarguy.com Here is a very nice
Pontiac Lemans Wagon that is like a muscle car and sports car all in one.
It has the looks of a sporty car but is also a wagon that you can haul the
whole family around in. As you can see the paint is a little faded but the
body is straight and clean. I like the front end on these. All of the
chrome is in good condition and has a nice shine to it. I really like the
factory wheels that they put on these. Really gives the car a unique look.
This car has the 5.0L 305 in it and is a good runner. It has been sitting
awhile so does run a little rough but nothing a tune up can't fix. The
interior is clean and well maintained. You will be hard pressed to find a
cleaner car like this.
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In 1978, the Le Mans and other GM mid-sized cars were considerably
downsized and lost some 600-800 lb in the process, as part of GM's
corporate downsizing program following the aftermath of the Arab Oil
Embargo induced energy crisis of 1973 - 1974. Pontiac's engines were also
downsized, with the standard engine being the Buick 3.8L 231ci V6, Pontiac
265ci V8, or optional Pontiac 4.9L 301ci V8 for 1978, (a Chevy 305ci V8 in
California). 1978 also saw Pontiac's 350ci & 400ci engine production shut
down after many years of service as its hallmark V8's. A limited production
run of 400ci engines was made, but were only available in 1978 and 1979
Trans Ams equipped with the 4-speed manual transmission. From 1978 to 1980,
Pontiac's mid-sized lineup included the base Le Mans, Grand Le Mans, and a
revived Grand Am; all available as a Coupe, Sedan, or Wagon. Although the
new Grand Am was better suited in size and concept than the original
1973--1975 Grand Am as a European-styled touring coupe/sedan, it was not a
tremendous seller. In 1980, the Grand Am was only offered as a coupe. With
lacking sales, the "Grand Am" nameplate was again discontinued until 1985,
when it was reborn as Pontiac's new compact car, a form the Grand Am would
take for the next two decades, until being replaced by the Pontiac G6 in
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