2008 Dodge Magnum SRT8 with Claude (ASP)

Check out the ASP's Blog: (http://autoshowcaseproject.blogspot.com/) Auto-Showcase Project (ASP) presents Claude's 2008 Dodge Magnum SRT8. My good friend Pablo and I went to Raceway Park in Englishtown, NJ to see some drag racing. We found a group of Mopars burning some rubber. Claude's 2008 Dodge Magnum SRT8 is fierce and one-of-a-kind. His Magnum SRT8 is the last few in metallic blue to be built. Dodge ceased production of the Magnum in 2008. When Claude purchased his Magnum SRT8, he modified it. He was putting it through its paces on the track. I thank Claude for showcasing his one-of-a-kind 2008 Dodge Magnum SRT8 to the ASP. I also want to thank my good friend Pablo for allowing me to incorporate his music into the video. Don't forget to comment below, subscribe, and give me a thumbs up!

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World War 2: USMC Haversack and Knapsacks | Collector's & History Corner
ASP's Blog: (http://autoshowcaseproject.blogspot.com/) ASP PRESENTS: USMC Haversack and Knapsacks, A Change and Evolution At the start of the war, the M1912 Haversack, meat can pouch, and pack carrier were still in use. They were soon replaced by the M1941 Haversack and Knapsack. This was a better design compared to the M1912 and were issued in large numbers from the campaign on Guadalcanal and throughout. Several small improvements were made throughout the course of the war. The Marines DQP did manufacture them, but they were immediately contracted out to meet the intense demands. The Boyt company manufactured Knapsacks during the war to the Marines. (http://boytharness.com/) NJACC Website: (http://www.njacc.info/) SUBSCRIBE HERE FOR MORE: (http://www.youtube.com/gurilla47) FOLLOW ME ON GOOGLE+: (https://plus.google.com/u/0/+ChrisButlerASP) INSTAGRAM: (http://instagram.com/gurilla47#) Thanks for watching! Sound off in the comments below! TAGS USMC, Marine, Marines, collectors, history, World War 2, WW2, World War 1, Marine uniform, guide, equipment, walkthrough, resource list, equipment list, infantry, service uniform, collector, collectors market, The Pacific, EGA, Guadalcanal, Bougainville, Army, Pacific, USN, sailor, Philippines, Guiuan, Samar, Navy, Para Marines, jungle, Peleliu, Tarawa, Okinawa, Iwo Jima, Wake Island, Midway, M1941 Haversack, knapsack, M1912 Haversack, DQP, Boyt, mess kit, haversack, camouflage, packs, US Army, M1910 haversack





2006 Dodge Charger RT with John (ASP)
Check out the ASP's Blog: (http://autoshowcaseproject.blogspot.com/) Auto-Showcase Project (ASP) presents John's 2006 Dodge Charger RT. My good friend Pablo and I went to Raceway Park in Englishtown, NJ to see some drag racing. We found a group of Mopars burning some rubber. John's 2006 Dodge Charger RT looks like a police cruiser from afar. Actually, this Charger RT and the Charger Police Cruiser do share the same characteristics except for the placement of the gear shifter. John's outlook of his Charger RT is to go fast. I thank John for showcasing his 2006 Dodge Charger RT to the ASP. I also want to thank my good friend Pablo for allowing me to incorporate his music into the video. Don't forget to comment below, subscribe, and give me a thumbs up!





2009 Dodge Charger SRT8 (ASP)
Check out the ASP's Blog: (http://autoshowcaseproject.blogspot.com/) Auto-Showcase Project (ASP) presents George's 2009 Dodge Charger SRT8. My good friend Pablo and I went to Raceway Park in Englishtown, NJ to see some drag racing. We found a group of Mopars burning some rubber. George's Dodge Charger SRT8 is a modified beast. He was camera shy, but not shy on the track. I thank George for showcasing his 2009 Dodge Charger SRT8 to the ASP. I also want to thank my good friend Pablo for allowing me to incorporate his music into the video. Don't forget to comment below, subscribe, and give me a thumbs up!





USMC WW1 and WW2 Helmets "Steel Pots" | Collector's & History Corner
ASP's Blog: (http://autoshowcaseproject.blogspot.com/) ASP PRESENTS: USMC WW1 and WW2 Helmets "Steel Pots" At the start of the Second World War, a variation of WW1 Kelley helmets were still used. As the war escalated, the new M1 "steel pot" helmet and liner was issued. The Marines in battle were recognized and distinguishable by the reversible frog skin camouflage helmet covers they wore. The M1 "steel pot" helmets were of better design than the WW1 Kelley helmets. The M1 helmet offered more protection for its wearer. The M1 helmets were designed to protect the soldier or Marines' head from incoming shrapnel or debris. They were not made to be bullet proof. Helmets of the past such as the M1 helmet and those of today are not meant to be bullet proof, but only provide necessary protection to the head of its wearer. NJACC Website: (http://www.njacc.info/) SUBSCRIBE HERE FOR MORE: (http://www.youtube.com/gurilla47) FOLLOW ME ON GOOGLE+: (https://plus.google.com/u/0/+ChrisButlerASP) INSTAGRAM: (http://instagram.com/gurilla47#) Thanks for watching! Sound off in the comments below! TAGS USMC, Marine, Marines, collectors, history, World War 2, WW2, World War 1, Marine uniform, equipment, guide, walkthrough, resource list, equipment list, infantry, service uniform, collector, collectors market, The Pacific, EGA, Guadalcanal, Bougainville, Army, Pacific, USN, sailor, Philippines, Guiuan, Samar, Navy, Para Marines, jungle, Peleliu, Tarawa, Okinawa, Iwo Jima, Wake Island, Midway, steel pot, M1 helmet, WW1, M1917A1, Kelly helmet, M1917, Brodie Helmet, M1 steel pot, M1, helmet cover




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