COMPETITIONPLUS.COM - 1978 NHRA U.S. NATIONALS
Relive one of drag racing's most prestigious drag races, the 1978 U.S.
Nationals, and the storylines are incredible. The emotional Funny Car final
round features Tom "Mongoose" McEwen versus longtime rival Don "Snake"
Prudhomme. In Top Fuel, Kelly Brown and Rob Bruins fight their way towards
the world championship. And in Pro Stock, get a glimpse at the "Mad Dog"
Bob Glidden's undefeated Ford Fairmont.
INSANE DRAG RACING CRASHES AND WHEELSTANDS
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the best in Heads Up Drag Racing video and DVDs. Urban Hillbilly Action
Videos Drag racing, wheelstand, crash, and saves. Pro Mod, Outlaw 10.5 Drag
April 2012 NO ET @ Milan Dragway - Payso Productions
A lot of heavy hitters come out to the first NO ET of 2012!! There was only
one grudge event however as always a lot of great shit talking! Enjoy and
check out www.paysoproductions.com to purchase a copy of your DVD
Mickey Adams @ Milan Dragway 9-30-12
One of Milan Dragway's ace racers, Mickey Adams makes a 9.50 pass at 133
mph to take a 3rd round win in Sunday's bracket race. The white timeslip
tells the winning tale as he schools another good racer on how to finish
Lets go for a ride with Mickey as he shows us how it's done.
Jason Line Warm Up, Autolite Nationals
This is a NHRA Pro Stock warm up by Jason Line. Jason used to be the Dyno operator for Joe
Gibbs Racing. Greg Anderson used to work for Jon Hagan Pro stock racer
before his fatal crash, Then kurt Johnson asked him to com crew chief for
he and Warren. So you have an expert enginge guy and tuning guru in Line
and a master crew chief and driver trained by the best in Anderson. The
sysnergy that is displayed between the two of them makes them virtually
Pizza Delivery Car Dodge Colt Drag Racing
RaceLegal.com 5-4-2012 race your ride at qualcomm stadium on the 1/8 mile
drag strip pizza delivery car Papa John's Pizza vs Little Caesars Pizza I
think the got the idea from the fast and the furious so I added the movie
scene in the front of the video.
1992 Plymouth colt vista 1989 plymouth colt
The Dodge Colt and the similar Plymouth Champ and Plymouth Colt, were
subcompact cars sold by Dodge and Plymouth from 1970 (MY1971) to 1994. They
were captive imports from Mitsubishi Motors, initially twins of the
rear-wheel drive Galant and Lancer families before shifting to the smaller
front-wheel drive Mitsubishi Mirage subcompacts in 1979. With the 1994
introduction of the Dodge/Plymouth Neon, Chrysler felt no need to continue
selling captive imports under these badges, although the Eagle Summit (also
a Mirage clone) continued to be available until 1996.
In 1984, the fifth generation Dodge/Plymouth Colt appeared (model year
1985). A carbureted 68 hp 1,468 cc four was the base engine, while the
upscale Premier four-door sedan and GTS turbo models received the 4G32BT turbocharged 1.6-litre already seen in the last
model year of the previous Colts. A first for FWD Colts was the
availability of a three-box sedan body, though this was no longer available
after 1986. From 1988 (and lasting until 1991), this car was also marketed
as the Eagle Vista in Canada.
The Colt Wagon, while never available with the turbocharged engine, did receive a more powerful
1,755 cc engine in the four-wheel-drive version. Unlike the FWD version,
the DL 4x4 was not available with an automatic transmission. While the
Hatchback Colts were replaced for 1989, the Colt Wagon continued to be
available until the 1991 introduction of the Mitsubishi RVR-based Colt
Wagon, which also replaced the Colt Vista. This car was also marketed as
the Eagle Vista Wagon in Canada.