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Speedway Motors presents 'Speedsters Reunion'

Still picture slide show of the Third Annual International Speedsters Trials and Reunion


 


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Brad Fanshaw Interviews "Speedy" Bill Smith of Speedway Motors
Brad Fanshaw, the Host of Street Rod and Custom Radio was in Nebraska where he visited the Museum of American Speed and Speedway Motors. There he interviewed racer, builder and the founder of Speedway Motors, Speedy Bill. Brad Fanshaw is the Host of Street Rod and Custom radio, a TV Personality, Custom Car Builder, Fabricator and Designer. Visit www.Brad Fanshaw.com or www.BonspeedWheels.com





2013 Speedster Reunion Friday Car Show and Saturday Dyno
Created on June 25, 2013 2013 International Speedsters Trials and Reunion in Lincoln Nebraska





Speedway Motors presents 'New Additions to the Museum of American Speed'
You know it's a good day at the Smith Collection Museum of American Speed when the FedEx Custom Critical car hauler rig shows up! Here's a sneak peek at the six new additions that just arrived.





Model T Speedster Drive By
Model T Speedster Drive by 2008





1928 Ford Speedster STK # 1182
This is where street rodding began! Custom and cool do not begin to describe this professionally built 1928 Ford roadster. The front end is a 1938 Ford standard track nose with hand formed metal sides. The hood back to the stretched 1928 Ford cowl into a Dodge touring car tub finished with a 1925 Ford Model T rear with a hand formed roll pan and side with Bonneville louvers. Under the hood is a Chevy 350ci V8 with 202 double hump heads, original Edelbrock intake with 3 Rochester 2G's, Mallory dual point, aluminum Corvette valve covers, aluminum radiator and spent fuel comes out hand built Lake style headers. The power goes to the ground via a TH350 automatic transmission into a quick change rear end. Inside is new leather interior with matching carpet and marine grade tonneau cover with stainless steel snaps. The original cowl dash with classic gauges still remain. The front suspension is made up of an original 1934 Ford axle held in place with a pair of 1947 dogleg wishbones with a spring mounted off the bones to lower the car. The rear suspension is a narrowed Model T spring and modified split wishbones. Custom built .188 wall 2x4 frame that tapers in the front and has a kick in the rear all powder coated. Rolling stock consists of early Chysler artilleries with Ford center covers with 475's up front and 650's out back. Original E&J headlights modified to use a modern halogen bulb. This roadster is a must see as it is absolutely gorgeous with details beyond what is normally seen. For more details on this vehicle or to inquire about financing please call us at 704-598-2130 or e-mail sales@streetsideclassics.com.





Speedway Motors T-bucket Assembly
Slide show depicting the enjoyable and simple assembly of a T-bucket, the Deluxe '23 T-bucket to be exact.





EMF Speedster
Test drive newly restored 1912 EMF semi-racer. Find out about the Horseless Carriage Club here: http://www.hcca.org/index.html or here: http://www.hccsc.info





Race Car Restoration {the ReBUILDING HISTORY series} Ep.1 of 3
EPISODE #1: This 1917 Hall Scott race car is raced in the monterey historic races. The engine has suffered the loss of a cylinder and this is a video documentary in the process of getting the car back on the road. Bore and stroke = 51/4 x 7 Make sure to watch this fine episode in HD! If the video is stop and go for you, just hit play then pause, wait for the video to load, and you should be able to watch it without interruption. If you have any questions please feel free to ask and I will do my best to get back to you.





Remembering "Speedy" Bill Smith
The history of D. William "Speedy Bill" Smith -- a narration detailing his youth, love of cars, long and eventful racing career, and the inception of Speedway Motors and the Museum of American Speed.





1917 Ambulance Run--Model T Ford.avi
Our Pioneer Flight Museum ambulance crew takes the 1917 Model T Ford Ambulance out on a mission. It is followed by a 1921 Triumph motorcycle.





Model T Snow Flyer
The maiden Alaska run of the 1917 Model T Snow Flyer owned by the Fountainhead Antique Auto Museum in Fairbanks, Alaska.





Instruction on how to drive a model T Ford detailed
detailed step by step instructions on driving and operating a model T ford car





One bad T-Bucket
Just driving around.





Morgan Three Wheeler and Caterham Seven: Brilliant British Flyweights - /CHRIS HARRIS ON CARS
They're small, light, fast and deliver the most singular driving experiences. We take them to some beautiful UK roads and discover why they offer something even the latest hypercars simply cannot match.





2003 Montana 500 Model T Ford Endurance Run
This is a couple of short clips of some real modern day racing! 2003 Three Forks to Ennis Day 2 of the Montana Cross Country T Associations Montana 500. For More info and Enduance run registration go to www.montana500.com




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