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1979 Pontiac Lemans Safari Le Mans Station Wagon V8 Break

Well I just Havent Decided on this one I May Dump a few hundred into it and a Few hundred into EBAY and List For Bigger Money The Car will look good all shined up but needs the obivious. THIS MAY ONLY BE UP FOR 3 DAYS!!! I DO NOT WANT TO SELL THIS CAR THIS CHEAP AND WISH I HAD NOT MADE THE VIDEO..;-0 Make sure and Call if you have any questions I have about 8 Car that I am Selling Right Now as Whole cars if you want them AS IS This is a Running Driving V8 Here I just Love Old Pontiac Oldsmobile Chevrolet and Buicks well GM in General... This is a Sweet car and I really do not think i am goig to part it out I just could use the room and i Will be possibly listing it on Craigslist I dunno For Now its just a Great Youtube Special That you cant beat Make sure and Check my other Videos I made 4 Of them On Scrap cars that I uploaded also Make sure and Subscribe My main thing is Nice 1 And 2 Owner CLEAN cars But i do end up with some stuff like this just because...;-) Cheers Nathan 406 544 6919 Call soon it will not last at a deal like this. I created this video with the YouTube Video Editor (http://www.youtube.com/editor)


 


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gm 5.7 350 Olds Turbo Diesel Station Wagon
Finally One year after its put in we have a video!!!! And 20,000 Miles Later. This is what we put the Oldsmobile turbo Diesel in, a 1988 Buick Estate Wagon. There is Some video of the engine running in the car and the pressure gauge. It runs up to about 7 Psi when we have a load while driving. Pretty nice running car, we have got up to 30MPG on the highway, and just regular daily driving we get an average of about 24MPG, from what my father said.





1970 Chevrolet Custom Station Wagon
To see others like this to Buy visit our website @ Kumberamotors.com This one has been Sold..





1983 Pontiac Bonneville Station Wagon
101,000 miles 3.8 v6. I will be doing a bunch of work on the car next year. There is no knock in the engine. the head gaskets are good. There is a slight miss fire.





73 Pontiac Kicked Off The Track
My friend gets himself in trouble at a drag strip with his street car. Groutaone official race gear found here http://www.groutaone.com/





Finally starting up my 1977 T-Bird again after a whole year!
Hey everyone, I finally got a chance to start up my T-Bird and give it a spin. It has been way too long. Last time I started it was Sept. last year (2010). Starts up again without really any problems, small fuel leak, 40 second fix. lol. Here is the history of my t-bird: My dad bought it for his first car and he stopped driving it in 1989 because of some carb problems. My dad saved the car for me and in 2004 I had the chance to get it running again. To my surprise, after not running for 15 years, I poured gas down the carb and it fired right over!!!!! After I bypassed the gas lines (old gas in them) I had it running like new. Haha, first time I put it in gear it squealed the tires and jumped forward a couple feet!!! I make sure I have the break to the floor before I put it in gear now! Later in 2004 I brought the car in to a mechanic to have the tranny flushed, but because of my lack of car knowledge I found out the hard way that you don't do that to a old car. It now has tranny problems, sometimes it wont stay in gear. Which really sucks because the tranny was working beyond perfect before. It still has the minor carb problems mentioned above too. And so I parked it in the storage shed in the video and it is waiting for me to have the money and time to continue rebuilding it.





1948 Pontiac Convertible Red
Really a luxurious ride! The flathead 8 is 248.9 c.i. and develops 104 h.p. at 3800 rpm. It has a dual barrel carb, oil bath air cleaner. The car has hydramatic transmission, and even at this early date, hydramatic outsold manual two to one in the Pontiac line. Paint and upholstery are perfect! A beautiful example!





High Mileage Ford Van: Built Ford Tough Almost 600,000 miles!
See the van that gets Chubby Carrier and the Bayou Swamp Band to all of their gigs. This old van has been rolling the highways and byways since 2002 and is still going strong. We think she deserves some credit for all these years of hard work. We're gonna try to take her to 1,000,000 miles. We think she can do it!





Station Wagon Kicks ASS!
YOu pull up to the line with a station Wagon, kid next to you is in a new 400hp GTO 6.0 it was a bad day!





1986 Chrysler Fifth Avenue 1 Owner M body Mopar 5.2 318 V8 5th Ave Classic Youngtimer
1986 Chrysler 5th Ave http://www.1ownercarguy.com and I do not know a whole bunch on Mopar cars I was always more into GM but I always LOVED the Pillow top interior and such on their Flagship Cars the Fifth Avenue. This is a SUPER nice Clean Classic Youngtimer If you are in Netherlands or anywhere were you can Import Classics Cheaper HERE YOU GO This 5.2 318 V8 with EFI is the way to go! Make sure and visit My channel And SUBSCRIBE I will post links Below to that and My facebook Make sure and add me there as well ALSO there is Links to My Website Cheers Nathan Wratislaw AKA 1 Owner Car Guy 406-544-6919 Make sure and visit Some of My Websites Below I do All Sorts of Unique Things..;-) http://www.1ownercarguy.com http://www.cerealmarshmallows.com http://www.missoulaautoauction.com http://www.vita-depot.com http://www.Nathanwratislaw.com Also Make Sure And ADD Me or Subscribe on Facebook & Youtube http://www.facebook.com/cerealmarshmallows http://www.youtube.com/cerealmarshmallows From Wikipedia With the R-body out of production and the LeBaron name transferred to the Chrysler K platform for 1982, the New Yorker was downsized once again, becoming a mid-sized car (although it was built upon Chrysler's largest remaining platform). The Fifth Avenue option was still available as a $1,244 option package. It was adapted from the earlier LeBaron's package, with a distinctive vinyl roof, electro-luminescent opera lamps, and a rear fascia adapted from the Dodge Diplomat, albeit modified. Interiors featured button-tufted, pillow-soft seats covered in either "Kimberley velvet" or "Corinthian leather", choices that would continue unchanged throughout the car's run. In addition, the carpet was thicker than that offered in the base New Yorker, Diplomat and Gran Fury/Caravelle Salon, and the interior had more chrome trim. The Fifth Avenue option also included illuminated entry, AM/FM stereo with a rear amplifier, power door locks, power 6-way driver's seat, power antenna, remote trunk release, dual side mirrors, full undercoating, passenger vanity mirror, tape stripes, locking wire wheel covers, as well as a standard 5.2L (318 in³) V8 engine. 1982 was the last year for the optional AM/FM 8-track stereo, and AM/FM stereo with integrated CB. The exterior of a Fifth Avenue Edition New Yorker can be identified from a regular New Yorker by the following: opera lights, hood stripes, and Fifth Avenue Edition badges on the rear door window filler panels—New Yorkers bore "New Yorker" badges. All Fifth Avenues from 1984 to 1989 were powered by a 5.2 L (318 in³) V8 engine, with either a two barrel carburetor making 140 hp (104 kW) (in all states except California) or a four barrel rated at 170 hp (127 kW) (in California), mated to Chrysler's well-known Torqueflite three speed automatic transmission. As this was the largest Chrysler model available, (and combined with a badly botched downsizing of the large Cadillacs, Buicks and Oldsmobiles) sales took off, especially during 1985-86, when over 100,000 were made each year. Starting with the 1984 models, Fifth Avenue production was moved from Windsor, Ontario to St. Louis, Missouri. Beginning in late 1986 through the 1989 model year, they were manufactured at the American Motors plant in Kenosha, Wisconsin (purchased by Chrysler in 1987). The Fifth Avenue also far outsold its Dodge Diplomat and Plymouth Gran Fury siblings, with a much greater proportion of sales going to private customers, despite its higher price tag.[1] This came as a pleasant surprise to Chrysler, for the Fifth Avenue's basic bodyshell dated back to the 1976 Plymouth Volare and Dodge Aspen. I created this video with the YouTube Video Editor (http://www.youtube.com/editor)





Chevrolet Malibu 1980
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Jim and his 73 Vega Station Wagon
Just a little clip I put together of my friend Jim and his 73 Vega. Jim just got this car back on the road after being down for over 6 years. It's on an all new set-up that Jim built himself from the ground up in his garage. Some of the highlights are a 370ci LSX assembled by Jim with 243 (LS6) heads assembled and ported/polished by Jim, twin Precision 6262's, custom manifolds, down-pipes and Exhaust all fabbed, welded and polished by Jim. Intercooler is a custom water to air also built and polished by Jim. Fuel is good ol' pump E85. About the only thing Jim hasn't done on the car is the tuning which he had Jeremy of Servion Tuning do using HPtuners at Revolutions Performance. The car still has a few odds an ends to finish up before it's 100% streetable while also to click off 8 second 1/4 mile times. So far on the break-in tune it's already put down over 900whp and 800wtq.





1985 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX -- FOURTH GENERATION AND STILL GOING
Since 1962, the Pontiac Grand Prix has been an iconic example of a sport full size, personal luxury edition. It turned heads then, and in 1985, it was still that shining example of what a Pontiac could be. Those were the days of Pontiac Glory. For 1985, Grand Prix's now included a new checkerboard grille design, as well as an optional two tone paint scheme with a fading body stripe. New taillights with an octagonal 'GP' logo also debuted. 1985 marked the last year for the flat rear deck panel in the interior, as by 1986 laws mandated cars to have a third brake light installed. New rectangular digital ETR stereo system options were introduced and replaced the dial pushbutton stereos. Some more rarer options specific for the 1985 Pontiac Grand Prix include a factory rear spoiler, rare aluminum turbo finned wheels, and a full size spare tire. The standard engine for 1985 was the 110 hp Buick built 3.8 L V6 with a 150 hp Chevy 5.0 L V8 optional. The 5.7 L Olds Diesel V8 was dropped from the option list. Equipment levels were Standard, LE, and Brougham. An ad for the '85 GP promoted the fact that its instrument panel still used dials for gauges. I think Pontiac did it right again with this 4th gen GP. I think you'll believe so also. Thanks very much for taking in this mint condition 1985 Pontiac Grand Prix.





Peugeot 505 Familiale Estate ** 1 Owner ** SW8 Station Wagon French U.S. Export
Peugeot I've always liked them and as a kid who could forget the first time you saw that Lion http://www.1ownercarguy.com and this is a Beautiful Peugeot 505 Familiale Estate Station Wagon. Not a very Common Car in the USA and this one is a One Owner car that has been Very well cared for. I really do have a thing for a Peugeot car. Make sure and check out My Website there is always 60 to 80 High Quality Pictures on there and this Video Review with a typed description HERE is a Link Http://www.1ownercarguy.com Also You can ADD Me on Facebook HERE is a Link..;-) From Wikipedia The car was rear wheel drive, with front, longitudinally-mounted engines. The suspension system included MacPherson struts and coil springs at front and semi-trailing arms with coil springs at rear, with a body-mounted rear differential and four constant-velocity joints. Station wagons (and most sedans built in Argentina) had instead a live-axle rear suspension, with Panhard rod and coil springs. Stabilizer bars were universal at front but model-dependent at rear. The car used disc brakes at the front, and either disc brakes or drum brakes at the rear, depending on the model. The steering was a rack and pinion system, which was power assisted on most models. The Familiale (family estate), with its third row of bench seats (giving a total of 8 forward-facing seats), was popular with larger families and as a taxi. The two rows of rear seats could be folded to give a completely flat load area, with 1.94 cubic metres of load capacity. The total load carrying capacity is 590 kg (1,301 lb). When released, it was hailed as a luxury touring wagon. The range was given a facelift, including an all new interior, in 1986, but European Peugeot 505 production began to wind down following the launch of the smaller Peugeot 405 at the end of 1987. Saloon production came to a halt in 1989, on the launch of Peugeot's flagship 605, and estates in 1992. There was already a 405 estate by this stage but the 605 was never sold as an estate. In some countries such as France and Germany, the 505 estate was used as an ambulance, a funeral car, police car, military vehicle and as a road maintenance vehicle. There were prototypes of 505 coupés and 505 trucks, and in France many people have modified 505s into pickup trucks themselves. The 505 was one of the last Peugeot models to be sold in the United States, with sedan sales ending there in 1990 and wagon sales in 1991. The last sedans sold had PRV's 2.8 V6 engine only. Unique to the US were turbocharged station wagons, both with petrol and diesel engines. 505s were also sold in Australia (where they were assembled by Leyland Australia from 1981 to 1983.[2]), Argentina, Chile, China, and New Zealand. In New York City, Peugeot 505s were used as taxicabs. The car was summed up as follows by motoring writer Archie Vicar: "The 505 is a saloon with quite a pleasant appearance, quite efficient engines, quite comfortable seating, quite nice steering and a quite reasonable price. And it is quite well constructed. So, you might say it was merely average. But can it really be that simple? Have Peugeot in fact, played a very clever game where, instead of dazzling us with technology or breathtaking styling, they have decided to woo us with understatement of the profoundest kind?"[9] I created this video with the YouTube Video Editor (http://www.youtube.com/editor)





Chevy, Olds, Pontiac and Buick V8 engines are not the same!
Evidently a segment of the automotive enthusiast population does not believe that the four main GM divisions had their own versions of a V8. In addition there may be people who simply never knew that fact. In this video I show photos of a 350 cid engine from Buick, Oldsmobile, Pontiac and Chevrolet and highlight the differences in each. Buick and Pontiac V8 engines went out of production in 1980, Oldsmobile's in 1990 and of course the Chevy versions lasted a lot longer because they were cheaper to produce and easier to smog/mpg certify. I challenge anyone to video themselves removing a Chevy SBC head and then installing it on a Pontiac, Olds or Buick engine.





1979 Buick Regal Coupe Wht NSmyr081112
This was the body style shared with Monte Carlo, Grand Prix and Olds Cutlass. GM was fairly successful in making them appear different from one another. This Buick is the most deluxe of the group..nicely outfitted with that 4.9 liter V8 and that brilliant red interior.




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