1966 Amc Rambler Rogue

Here is my first try at making a video, and the first time posting a video. I hope you enjoy. I forgot to list the type of mufflers and headers i'm using. The mufflers are 3in purple hornies and my headers are 3in hedman headers. This video is just the beginning, the car should be done around April, just in time for cruisin.

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