1956 Ford Crown Victoria-Father & Son Project!
A project between Danny Sr & Jr & Grandchildren Nique-Daniel-Josh Juarez
2015 Ford F-150 Assembly Line
2015 Ford F-150 Assembly Line Manufacturing Subscribe https://www.youtube.com/user/myDriftFun?sub_confirmation=1
Classic Fords leaving a Car Meet June '14
Various Classic Fords - Few Other Cars Aswell - Location will not be given! Like the Facebook Page - www.facebook.com/mk1kieran Follow me on Twitter - www.twitter.com/mk1kieran Follow me on Instagram - www.instagram.com/Mk1Kieran
1995 Mitsubishi 3000GT "Pristine with 18" Customs Rims"
Spectacular in every way in Showroom New Condition" Exterior: Red Interior: Charcoal Serial Number: JA3AM84J2SY003642 Mileage: 86,583 ( average of 5,000 miles a year) Engine: Original 24v V6 Rated at 221hp at 6000rpms Transmission: Automatic with Overdrive I remember the first time I saw a 3000GT in 1990...my first thought was "Wow....it looks like a Japanese Ferrari" This is a 16 year old sports car that looks, handles and drives like a modern sports car. I drove this car almost 50 miles today on the Florida Turnpike and could not find one single thing wrong with the car. This is one gorgeous car and it drives as good as it looks! FANTASTIC!!! It has a clean Car Check report and the paint is stunning! If someone showed you this car and you were told it has less than 10,000 miles on it...you would believe it. I am amazed at how clean this car is. I was told by the previous owner that this car has always been garaged kept and has never spent one night outdoors and after looking the car over very carefully and driving it today...I absolute believe the prior owner. It has brand new Yokohama Tires and Custom 18" Chrome rims. I think the B stands for Borrani but not positive. The brakes were completely redone and the timing belt was just changed. You will not find a cleaner, better running Mitsubishi 300GT anywhere ...at any price! Here is the History of the 3000GT Sports Car from Mitsubishi 1990--1993 The first generation model incorporated many of Mitsubishi's contemporary performance-enhancing technologies, such as full time four-wheel drive, four wheel steering, active aerodynamics featuring automatically adjusting front and rear spoilers, sport/tour Exhaust modes and electronically controlled suspension (ECS). Visually, the cars featured pop-up headlights and noticeable "caps" on the hood to accommodate the ECS controllers at the top of the strut turrets.