Dodge VIPER V10 in a Ford Maverick !

This is my 1970 Ford Maverick project car... It's about half way through the build and looking pretty good so far. Check back for more videos of the build up!

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Dodge Viper V10 in a Ford Maverick Build Video 2 - New Work Space / Inspection and Plans This is the second video entry for the build up of the Viper Powered FORDGE Maverick. The first was when I brought the car home from storage and for many reasons never got farther on it. Then my friend and mentor Mike Fennel offered me a spot in his shop and I jumped at the opportunity. With the help of my good friend Jamey Smith, who has built and restored dozens of cars (including several 69 Dodge Charger General Lees), we loaded the Maverick on a trailer and cleared a spot for it at Mikes. I took this chance to have the two of them look over the car as it sits to see if there is anything they would change before we move forward. Turns out, the car is in pretty good shape! Now it's time to chase down some very important parts and see if we can get the thing started. My budget has been completely demolished over the last few years with other projects and just surviving so I'm going to have to be very creative on funding. This video series will try to keep fans of the build up do date with the status and try to stir up interest for any sponsors that might want to help. I would like to give a huge thank you to for already kicking in the tubing and mufflers for this project. Every bit helps and this thing is going to sound awesome. Thanks for watching and don't hesitate to comment or send me advice! Jason Lewis

Viper Maverick Project Ends
It breaks my heart to finally have to make this decision but ... After all of these years, I'm throwing in the towel on this project. BREAKING NEWS!!!! A really cool couple from California, Sarah and

How To Build A Custom Brake Plumbing System for Classic or Race Cars
This is a long one so grab a beverage and hunker in for a bit because we get a lot done on the Autoedit Ford Mustang... also known as "Large Marge" ! In this video we design, fabricate and install the entire brake plumbing system for the 1973 Mustang from scratch. This car was a clean slate so every line and fitting is new. One of the cool features I share in this video is my introduction to NiCopp Alloy Brake line. It's made from Nickel, Copper and Iron Alloy and comes in all popular sizes. The Mustang got 3/16 in. Diameter line and single flare -3 AN fittings except for the few 1/8" NPT fittings at the Master cylinders and wheel calipers. The benefit of using the NiCopp tubing is the rust resistance of stainless steel lines but the flexibility of mild steel. Check out the video and stay tuned for the next chapter of the build up of Large Marge! Thanks for watching, Jason

Dodge Viper V10 in a Ford Maverick Build Video 4 - Loss of a Friend and Moving Time Again This is video 4 of the FORDGE MAVERICK build up. Things are getting very interesting at this point...check out the video for the details and don't forget to subscribe to stay up to date with this project! Thanks for watching, Jason Music by the Foo Fighters