1965 Chevy Impala SS NASCAR Grand National Stock Car - Loading car for Monterey
http://NASCARImpala.com - Loading the car for Monterey 4:30am we've been up 24hrs working on the car and just finished.. now I need to drive 2hrs to make it to my 7:15am Drivers meeting!! Yikes!! heh..
Mark Donohue Javelin SST 1970 Stored in Trailer for over 20 years rescued unloaded forklifted
This is a video capturing the unloading of a 1970 Mark Donohue Javelin SST
that was stored in a trailer for over 20 years. I was a little scared
filming this as I did not want to be posting a video of the destruction of
a 1970 Mark Donohue Javelin SST, personally I would have cut the roof off
the trailer and taken the car out with a helicopter, not to worry though as
there were 2 guys inside the trailer ready to catch the car if it fell or
tipped over ...but alas, as risky as it was, a success!!!! 2 other cars
were stored in the trailer as well, a super low mile Gremlin and I think it
was a 1979 AMX, but this was the treasure we were digging for!!!!!! On the
spoiler you will notice "401", this was originally a 390 and if I remember
right it is a Big Bad Orange, Orange or Green, it was not a bad re-paint
but the inside of the door jam reveals the original color, a nice find!!!
The car is in fantastic condition! This was not accomplished on the first
attempt, a few mis-fires happened but it all was okay in the end!
The Cars of Mark Donohue
Some of the cars that Mark Donohue made famous. Included in the video are
several of his Trans Am Camaro's, his Championship Trans
Am Javelin, and the last car he ever won a race in, his IROC Porsche 911.
Filmed the Mark Donohue Reunion at Road America during the Kohler
International Challenge with Brian Redman, July 15, 2010.
Visit http://www.prdaracing.com/ for more on this event.
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# 2 -Historic Grand National Stock Cars- AAA Auto Club NASCAR 2-21-2010
More vintage footage of the NASCAR Historic Grand National Stock Cars but
this time they fire-'em up so you can hear them like they were. Nothing
sounds better than a NASCAR engine!!! You have to give this group a slap on
the back to keep these ready to race and remind us of NASCAR's past that
most of us grew up on.
1965 Impala SS NASCAR - Morning practice Infineon Raceway Sears Point Oct 30, 2011
Oct 30, 2011 HSCRS (Historic Stock Car Racing Series) Morning practice in
my 1965 Impala SS NASCAR with my Mom in the right seat enjoying every
minute of it (legs crossed just enjoying the ride!). Amazing what 40 years
of stock car development will do including lots of point bys but hell of a
lot of fun running with the newer cars!
132469 / 1965 Chevrolet Biscayne
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This 1965 Chevrolet Biscayne is the textbook definition of "sleeper." We've
had other cars that certainly fit the bill, but none as single-mindedly
dedicated to the art of deception and speed as this one. With that
unsuspecting 2-door sedan body style, a bench seat, and even whitewall
tires on steel wheels, this car is so low-profile that it's practically
invisible. Even sweeter, it's a factory radio and heater delete piece, so
the stage was already set when the restoration began in January 2006.
Already a clean, western car, the restoration has taken it to just the
right level to keep it low profile. Those massive quarter panels are so
straight they look like they just popped out of the stamping press, gaps
are about how the factory did it, and they got the doors to fit so well
that they latch with your fingertip. The finish is two-stage urethane, so
it'll look this good practically forever, and the finish is more than equal
to the original "Magic Mirror" acrylic lacquer used in '65. The only tip of
the hand anywhere on the car are those 396 badges, but by the time you're
close enough to read them it's already too late.
The car was originally delivered with a six-cylinder engine, so matching
numbers and all that nonsense is out the window anyway, and today it
features a beautifully detailed 454 cranking out a conservatively estimated
500 horsepower. It
is also nicely detailed with Chevy Orange paint on the block, heads, and
valve covers, and a proper decal on the chrome air cleaner would be a nice
addition. Most observers won't notice the upgraded intake and carburetor,
and the long-tube headers are common enough that nobody will think twice
when they see them.
The transmission is an indestructible Muncie M22 4-speed "rock crusher"
that's shifted by a heavy-duty Centerforce clutch inside a Lakewood
scatter-proof bellhousing. Denny's Driveshaft fabricated the custom
aluminum driveshaft that spins a 12-bolt full of 4.10 gears on an Eaton
limited slip. The suspension is 100% stock all around, with new components
used throughout, including fresh shocks at all four corners. The finishing
touch and perhaps the greatest pieces of stealth equipment on the entire
car are those original 15-inch steel wheels with "dog dish" hubcaps wearing
BFGoodrich Silvertown whitewall bias-ply tires. Pure awesome!
The spacious bench seat interior has been fully restored to stock condition
in the original fawn color using correct reproduction fabrics. As I said,
this is a factory radio and heater delete car, which is how it sits today,
although there's a vintage tach mounted on the steering column, and a pair
of auxiliary gauges mounted down low and out of sight. There's also a Hurst
shifter with cue ball knob managing the 4-speed, but the guy in the car
next to you won't be able to spot it when you're out hunting. New carpets,
a fresh headliner, and factory-correct work throughout make this one heck
of a clean interior that only adds to the sleeper vibe coming off this
Biscayne. In back, the trunk is also finished to stock specs with a new mat
and matching spare tire and jack assembly.
If you haven't driven a low-profile car like this on the street, you don't
know the almost maniacal glee that comes from stomping some kid in a
tricked-out Honda or a late-model Camaro using what they would
probably refer to as "grandma's car." Crack the throttle, dump the clutch,
and watch as the big block under the hood practically yanks the front tires
off the pavement. There's just nothing like that kind of fun anywhere else
in the automotive world. If that sounds like you, here's the perfect
weapon. Call today!
1965 Chevy Impala, Kansas
This is my 1965 Chevy Impala. Upgrades on the motor and a repaint. Re
covered the seats. New carpet. Original Kansas car. Still has bumper
66 impala burnouts
Me and my sons 1966 impala burnouts from over the summer also my nephews 69
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