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Chip Foose and the A-Team restore a Beetle for a young mechanic whose health problems have made his project come to a halt, Chip and the gang rescue his pride and joy. | For more Overhaulin', visit http://velocity.discovery.com/videos/#mkcpgn=ytvel1
Revealing the Camaro | Overhaulin'
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Chip Foose and the A-Team restore the Camaro and surprise the owner at
a car museum! | For more Overhaulin', visit
Lamorghini Miura Unearthed | Chasing Classic Cars
Wayne takes a quick pit stop in the Midwest to inspect a rare Lamborghini
hidden for years in a decrepit garage. | For more Chasing Classic Cars,
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Street Customs | S01E01 | Shelby's Mustang | (HD)
Street Customs | Season 1 Episode 1 History in the Making | (Shelby's Mustang) | (HD)
Next Episode: http://youtu.be/8nJTLNwPdyI
Watch this ep. in viewing page: http://youtu.be/CMq-pwm-5Uo
Season 03 Episode 02 or Season 1 (in some Regions)
Tank Overhaul - Episode 2 - The Panther
Tank Overhaul invites you into a world where military enthusiasts,
collectors, and restorers combine their know-how with 21st Century
technology to restore the greatest battle tanks of all time. From the
original salvage, to the rebuilding process, to the history behind the
innovations that made each machine great, watch as one American tank and
one German tank get re-built to their former glory.
Program 2: The Panther - The team labors to add a rare German PzKpfw V
Panther tank to one of the most prestigious tank collections in the world.
Recovered from a riverbed in Poland, the badly mangled hulk presents an
incredible challenge to the crew of experts, but also offers clues to the
events on the fateful day of its destruction back in World War II.
Rides - Heavy Metal
Season 1, Episode 06 - Heavy Metal
The transformation of a utility vehicle to a Roadster, Hot-rod builder
Justin Scott Patefield and his team take a '56 Chevy pickup and turn it
into a roadster. Included: details of metal working.
About Justin Scott Patefield of "Scott's Hot Rods"
He and his young team of hip builders are complete and entertaining
throwbacks to the "old school" ways of building cars. There isn't much in
the way of computer-aided drawing, modern-day technical preplanning or
years of model building before they begin a car — they simply drag a
rusty heap into their 20,000-square-foot garage and rip into the thing.
2013 Autorama_Chip Foose interview & show highlights
Produced by Two-Lane Blacktop Productions, our cameras take you inside the
Cobo Center at the 2013 Detroit Autorama. Highlights include interviews
with car designers and builders Murray Pfaff and Chip Foose. Also see Alden
Miles blown 427 ci 850HP Anglia, and Kevin Callahan's 1970 tire smoking
Irish Eyes GTO.
Meine Carrera Bahn Rennbahn - "Underground SpeedRace" - Slotcar : McLaren M20 vs. Porsche 917/30
Meine Carrera Rennbahn / Slotbahn
Eine analoge Rennbahn mit einer Länge von über 32 Meter je Spur.
----------- Daten ----------
* Länge je Spur: 32,84 Meter
* Längste Gerade: 4,00 Meter
* Verschiedene Kurvenradien
* 3 Ebenen
* größter Höhenunterschied: 170mm
* Stromversorgung: 14,8V / 3,5A (je Spur) oder 12V / 3A
(Umschaltbare Stromversorgung - einzeln für jede Spur -
so können Slotcars versch. Hersteller gegeneinander fahren)
* Zeit- und Rundenmessung: Race!2006
Ein Rennen - McLaren M20 vs. Porsche 917/30
------------------------ Zeitskala ------------------------
* Die Bahn: 0:00 Min. - 0:56 Min.
* Die Slotcars: 0:57 Min. - 1:53 Min.
* Das Rennen: 2:23 Min. - 4:40 Min.
* Die Highlight: 4:41 Min. - 5:44 Min.
Mein zweiter Kanal: CARRERA MANIAC
dort sind weitere Videos über Rennbahnen gespeichert!
Stand: Juni 2012
Carrera Slot Rennbahn
Overhaulin - 1930 Ford Model-A with TCI Engineering
TCI Engineering was on the Show Overhaulin with Chip Foose, AJ and Chris
Jacobs working on a 1930 Model-A. Matthew & his wife Amy were Overhauled
with a '32 frame featuring a 4" dropped axle in full show trim, SoCal Speed
shop Buick style brakes, Currie 9" and a full show package 4-link rear
Chip Foose - Inside the Foose Designs Garage - from Eastwood
Visit Eastwood Here: http://www.eastwood.com
The guys at Eastwood took a trip to California and were lucky enough to get
a tour of Chip Foose's garage in Huntington Beach and meet the man behind
all those amazing cars.
Eastwood has been supplying the tools you need to do the job right since
1978 - from blasters, welders and paint supplies, to specialty tools and
In a relatively short career, Chip Foose has created a legacy of designs
and accomplishments that are well beyond his years. Chip was born and
raised in Santa Barbara California and automobiles were definitely in his
blood. Chip's first job was working for his father's company, Project
Design. By age twelve, Chip already had five years experience under his
belt, and had also painted his first car, a Porsche 356.
The year 2003 was equally exciting for Chip. He was honored once again with
an induction into the Grand National Roadster Show Hall of Fame. He then
received a second "Ridler" award at the Detroit Autorama for his work on
Ron Whitesides 34' Mercury Stallion.
Throughout the course of Chip's career he has been honored to receive the
Good Guys Street Rod of the Year Award eight times, Most recently he
captured the award with the "Magnatude", a 1932 Custom Muroc Roadster (body
by Marcel and design by Chip).
2004 proved to be as exhilarating as the past years, Chip started a
television series called "Overhaulin'", which began airing on the TLC
network late April of 2004. With 5 successful seasons in the books and
nearly 90 vehicles restored, the show continues to air in most domestic and
2005 opened with Chip being inducted into the San Francisco Rod and Custom
Motorcycle Hall of Fame. He also received his 3rd "Ridler" Award for,
"Impression", a Foose designed and fabricated 1936 Ford based roadster
owned by Ken Reister. Also that same year, Chip was honored to be
personally selected by John Lasseter of Pixar to contribute paint schemes
and graphic treatments to certain characters from the hit movie "Cars".
This relationship has since expanded to a showcase of original Chip Foose
"Cars" artwork at Disney Theme Parks and a role as a consultant on the
sequel, "Cars 2".
In 2009, Chip made a return to television, serving as a guest judge on the
Discovery Channel's "Ultimate Car Build-Off", where top auto shops in LA,
Detroit and Atlanta competed for a chance at glory and a $100,000 grand
prize. Recently, he also hosted the documentary series "American Icon: The
Hot Rod" on Discovery's HD Theater.