69 Chevelle Drag Car

a look at a 69 Chevelle and some action to boot.

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800hp 66' Chevelle Dragster Startup
This car is being built for pro street drags at the Portland International Raceway. The only origional parts on this car is the rear 3/4 of the body and the front 3/4 of the chassis. motor is a 498 cu in Somers Racing motor built by Archie Somers in Vancouver Wa. Ford 9 inch, Art Morrison 4 link and Lemon Racing headers from Cali. The smoke that you see coming from the engine bay is the paint burning off of the headers.I have been helping my friend with this car for 2 year and its almost done. I will post more videos when completed.





Propane Powered Race Car Burnout Part I, 1970 Chevelle SS
"Yes, It Really Does Burn Propane!" Propane Powered Race Car Burnout, HD Version, 1970 Chevelle with 14" wide Racing Slicks. Paint by Fowler Custom Paint, Engine by Rex Hilton Racing Engines along with the sound of Mad Dog Headers... Nice... and thanks to Crew Chief Jeff Born for lining me up... What a Blast, even if she did get on the wrong side of the crown in the road on the 2nd burnout and got out of shape, but as usual she straightened out as soon as I let off, all of this done with about 3/4 throttle holding her only at 6000 RPM. This is one of the more powerful Propane Race Cars so far... I hope you enjoyed the video. You can also visit my site at http://www.PropaneRacing.com/ Thanks for viewing HotRod Richard Rowe





Big Block 427 4 Speed Chevelle In Car Footage
***Check out the DRAG STRIP video!!! We went for a little cruise in our 68 chevelle with 427 4 speed. All speed and traffic laws were obeyed in the making of all 427ImportEater videos and productions. Nothing unlawful or illegal is portrayed or encouraged. Speeds are kept under posted limits.





PRO STREET 67 SS CAMARO*SWEET BURNOUTS*NASTY SMALL BLOCK CHEVY*INSANE CAM * CRAZY EXHAUST * BAD ASS
68 Camaro drag car with 67 grill. Has nasty 355 with 150 hit NOS. 5.13 spool with Moser axels,lexan, glass hood. 6.15 in 8th, easily 9.90's in 1/4.




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