Redneck Restoration's "This Old Truck" Blackberry Rescue 1977 Chevy 4 X 4
Blackberries were growing out of the cowl vent! Minor body damage, aside from the boomeranged tailgate. Look for further episodes of this truck as we get it off the trailer, clean it up a bit and see if it'll run.
Look at Life - Down In The Dumps 1965
An excellent "Look at life" video clip from The Rank Organisation dated
September 1965 looking at what's being done to clear the streets of dumped
cars, contains some very upsetting scenes!
Link to DVD advert.
1961 Hayes HD Truck
An old surviving truck from the 60's with a cummins getting started up
after sitting a long time
Dinosaur Towing...barn find. Old Chevy Tow truck working
Look what the "Dinosaur" drug home. The old 1949 Chevy tow truck tows again
after not towing for a couple of years and sitting. It started right up and
went back to work, "Lets GO..." I got one of those who ever gets here first
can get this collector car cheap, calls. Check it out, its straight and
solid and people like these. It also has all the options, fact air, PS, PB,
PW, and power bucket seats. SEE MY OTHER OLD CAR VIDEOS!!!
Old Dodge Military Truck 4x4
Now this is a 4X4!! Old Dodge on Military Frame!!!
This is something my dad and his friend started 17 years ago.. Looks Real
cool. (it was made to be a lawn ornament not to run and drive!)
i got 5 wood ticks when i made this video so i hope you all like it!
Abandoned Old Truck Breathes New Life.
This 1965 Ford F100 was abandoned on the property I bought about 10 years
ago.. We didn't think it would run or anything, as it was pretty rough
looking, just sitting under some trees.. It appears to have never been
tampered with, and it is all there,. It's a short bed, short wheelbase
fleetside Custom Cab, and is worth saving.. We were surprised the engine
purrs like a kitten, and doesn't smoke and.. We found out the previous
owner was an old man (he died) that changed oil in all his vehicles every
1,000 miles, religiously.. The shifter needs work, and there are no brakes,
but we will take care of that at a later date.
1928 Buick Country Club Coupe 1st Start in 50 Years
My Great Grandfather bought this car in 1929 from the Buick dealer in
Perryman, Md. with only a few hundred miles on it. He paid $900 for it, a
hefty sum considering most new cars at the time were under $400. He was the
last one to hear it run until today. By the way, I could not tell while
looking through the camera if the lights were on or off.