My 1970 Charger
Another down time vid. This is my 1970 Dodge Charger. It has a built 440 in
it, this video was filmed with open headers. Also, Ben Jones(Cooter), John
Schneider(Bo Duke), and Rick Hurst(Cletus Hogg) signed my visors. I may be
going to the '08 Dukes Fest in Atlanta to have the other remaining
characters from The Dukes of Hazzard sign it as well.
1970 Chevelle w/ Open Headers
Chevelle w/ a 454 BBC, open Headers, on stone cold start up. It starts to
idle normal about the 2:00 mark. No choke as its a race carb.
1968 Charger Idle. Doug Thorley Open Headers
1968 Charger. Its January, and the temp is -2F outside. I just couldn't
take it anymore. Winter Sucks. I just pulled her outside to idle and
uncorked the headers. I wish summer would hurry up and get here.
Check out my other vids for more Charger and car related fun. :)
1970 Dodge challenger idle(open headers)
1970 Dodge Challenger 440 4-speed
The Engine is a .030 over 440 with Mopar .509 purple shaft cam
Ported #906 heads with 2.14 intake valves
Edelbrock Performer RPM intake with a Holley 750 Double pumper
Hooker 1 7/8 super comp headers
for more information on this and my other project cars go to
69 Road Runner Burnout
1969 Road Runner smoking the tires a little. The car is running a 440 with
Dodge 440 Mud Bogger
This is my 1982 Dodge D50, it has a 440 bored .030" TRW 2295 pistons,Comp
Cams 280 Magnum, 906 heads built by Dvorak Machine out of Waldo Fl, Torker
II intake, Predator Carb, MSD 6a ignition, custom built headers, 727 trans,
np208, GM 10 bolt front 3.73 open, Ford 9" rear 3.90 spool and 42" TSL's. I
rebuilt it in 2006 after rolling it in 2004, This was the second run of
it's first race. This was a time of 10.21 in a 230 ft pit. The first run
was 8.5 seconds (that was before everyone else got stuck and made the dip
at the start). This was from 2006, since then two flat camshafts as well as
a massive vacuum leak on #8 cyl, ruined the motor, I'm in the process of
rebuilding at this time.
440 AAR Cuda Tribute start and idle
Hi folks, this is my AAR Tribute car. It's not an original AAR, but it is
a 70 'Cuda. I'm well aware of the differences. SS Magnaflow Exhaust kit with X-pipe. Thanks for looking.
Brents General Lee 69 Charger drag racing
Brent took his 69 Charger "General Lee" to Firebird raceway near Boise
Idaho to see what times he could do in the 1/4 mile and how fast he could
get it. After a few runs and some minor adjustments he got it to 116 mph
in 12.06 secs. Need to make some other adjustments to the suspension, to
get it to launch better, and some other items adjusted. Should be able to
shave some more time off after that. The sound quality from the helmet cam
is bad because its soooo loud...