2012 All Chrysler Nationals Tour of Building T Invitational Display
Here is a video tour of the invitational only display at this year Carlisle
PA All-Chrysler Nationals which includes a vintage NASCAR display and
features numerous Mopar muscle cars including my 70 Charger R/T. Check out
my other 70 Charger related videos. Check out my 70 Charger YouTube
Cuda wheel stands. Mopar Nats 2012
Both of these 67 Cudas do wicked wheel stands together. This was our view
from the tower at the Mopar Nationals. The second run the Cuda on the left
nearly swiped the wall. We were all so focused on that, that we had to
watch the video to see how far the yellow one pulled the front wheels. Both
of those cars are bad ass
SLANT 6 Mopar or No Car!
Mopars and very attractive women.....Mopars Kicking ASS! What more can you
If you like what you hear, come and visit me at CDBaby! In case anyone is
curious, yes, I've owned tons of Mopar products! There is a SRT4 in my
driveway right now. I've had Coronet R/T's, Challenger RT, Demon's, 300's,
SRT8's, I love em all! And I have no problem with other cool Musclecars.
I even own a Buick with a V6 that is fairly quick......
However....I loves me Mother Mopar!
2nd Annual Boot Hill Auto Car Show
Boot Hill's 2012 Show & Shine was even more popular than last year, with
hundreds of cars and visitors. In Addition to the amazing gathering of
classic cars, there were many other activities such as face painting,
silent auction and live entertainment by musical guests "Pepper the Crow"
and "Split Personality".
All proceeds from the event were donated to Community Living/ARC Industries
East, who have now surpassed the $800,000 mark, well on their way to
meeting their goal of $1.1 Million.
El Ralfo Racing 27 Oct 2012 in High Def
Test and Tune at Mason Dixon Race Way.
The Songs "Sober" and "Undertow" were performed and recorded by the rock
band Tool. I make no claims to the rights of the songs used in this video.
Chryslers at Carlisle 2012
The first time I came here in 2007, courtesy of Patrick Krook, I was on
crutches, with a broken left foot and a cast up to my knee. And I had a
kick-ass time anyway.
Five years later, I'm still in awe. Chryslers of every size, shape and
year, carpeting the hillsides of Carlisle Fairgrounds for 3 days in early
July, mostly undeterred by the heatwave scorching south-central
Pennsylvania and the rest of the country that weekend.
That line you see here, stretching the equivalent of three city blocks, was
for the signature of one person and one person alone. And he did not
disappoint. He sat in 90-degree midday heat for over two hours and signed
every autograph. Every last one, including one arranged by Patrick, on a
piston owned by Ramcharger Trey Simonson from the Hemi engine of the 1964
Daytona-winning #43 Plymouth. You can see it here:
It's said that great men can't be good men. Well, Richard Petty is both
great, and good. That's why he's The King. Even if I wasn't a NASCAR fan
(which I am) or a Petty fan (which I am), he's someone I could point to and
say to a young person, "this is who you should strive to be like, in your
career and your personal life."
Some of NASCAR's youngsters could learn a thing or two from him. And not
just about driving.
Six more videos to come from Carlisle; I'm working on them.