Biggest street legal Ford 350 in Europe 54 inch tires in snow action - Iceland
biggest ford 350 in Europe icelandic snow action...
When total view reach 3.000.000 we will offer one of our subscribers a one
day VIP tour (for 2-3 persons) into the icelandic mountains crossing frozen
rivers, glaciers and tons of snow with a stop in a natural hot tub in the
middle of no where!!
(it won't hurt your chances to share)
Be cool, visit iceland!
Now that we have reached 3 million views we will pick a winner for a winter
Winner will be announced here and sent a message.
NEW VIDEO THIS WINTER 2015 !!!!
*average 100.000 views pr. month*
Rat Rod vs Lamborghini Aventador! Roadkill Episode 5
On this episode of Roadkill, HOT ROD's David Freiburger and Mike Finnegan
spend 24 crazy hours with a 1930 Model A Rat Rod and a 2012 Lamborghini
Aventador to find out which wildly impractical, larger-than-life car
attracts the most attention.
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ᴴᴰ NISSAN Y60 37" FULL POWER!
Nissan Y60 on 37 Inch Fedima Sirocco's
15 CM chassis Lift, removed 500 KG of body & Chassis :-)
Engine is a 2.8 - 6 straight turbo
diesel at 0.7 bar with a 3 inch Exhaust.
Axles are H233B Nissan axles.
This is one of the first times we 'tested' the Nissan, so excuses the
In this video there is a limited slip diff in the back. open front.
Currently it has a welded rear, and LSD in the front, also fitted with a
stronger nissan Y61 front axle.
For all the treehuggers without proper thinking abilities, this car burns
up around 30 liter of diesel a month, how much does your car burn in a
Clips from playing in The Netherlands and Germany
Fishing for Hummers
Retrieving a Hummer from the bottom of a frozen lake in North Dakota...
Uncle Frank was out ice fishing with his family and they drove over a part
of the lake that has warm springs under it(there were no markings or
warnings) and the front end went through the ice. Frank and his family were
able to get out quickly before the entire thing went through the ice
Thankfully no one was hurt but it was a close call.
2 days later he had to return to get the Hummer from the bottom of the
lake. It is the law that you must retrieve the vehicle. It was covered by
We had no idea how to get a vehicle from the bottom of a frozen lake so I
went along to document it. It was quite a process as you will see.
I am used to living in Los Angeles so I had a lot of trouble being in that
Grandpa was drilling holes to ice fish while we waited and he worked up
quite a sweat.
Feel free to visit me at http://www.traviskraft.com