The Duel Peterbilt Truck and Plymouth car chase and crash
In November of 2009 we purchased the surviving Peterbilt truck and Tank
Trailer from the 1971 Film "DUEL" The truck was built for the extension of
the film in 1974 and was a stand by truck for Universal to use in the film.
We plan on making some more films of this truck and we also have just
purchased a Plymouth Valiant to go with the truck! Stay Tuned!!
Shifting my Pete 358 twin stick. [HD]
Jammin Gears in my 358 Pete, hauling sand to a road building project.
I'm not a pro truck driver. I just bought this dump truck to haul some
material around on my ranch. I edited out everything but the shifting.
The Shark (Rat Rod)
Interesting things found at small, local car shows. This project was found
in southern New Mexico. The song is Rat Rod by Terry Davidson and the
Gears from the album Damnation Blues. Available for download from Amazon.
1959 Kenworth 2 stick shifting practice - Part 1
As of December 2011 - this is over a year old. I have become much better
at this. The truck no longer has a 4x3. It is now a 5x3 and has a
different engine. Once I get it roadworthy I will post another video.
When filmed this was the 3rd time driving my 1959 CC 925 Kenworth truck.
Has a 4 speed main and 3 speed auxilliary transmission and 4.10 gearing.
Engine is an NHCT 270 Cummins. Out for a short drive and to practice
Salvage Yard Tour - I65 Chrome Shop
As a commercial truck dealer, we also offer a huge selection of used truck
parts and accessories for sale at our Salvage Yard. We carry power steering
gears, engines, carriers, cabs, transmissions, fenders, bumpers, doors,
grilles, hoods, and much, much more! Call or stop by today for specific
parts or questions.
Michel Kramer - xXxtreme Scania R730 Special @ BedrijfsautoRAI 2012
Mooiste Truck van Nederland 2012!
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Tribute to old trucking companies II (fallen flags)
First off, a big thanks goes out to Dave, Gary, Chris, and Brian for
without their cooperation this sequel would not be possible. Same concept
as the first movie and hopefully I have the dates and info correct. Again,
feel free to comment but please note I will not be responding to comments.