1965 Riverside 500 Stock Car Race
New 1965 Model Ford Galaxie 500 debut at the first race of the year on the
road course in California with Dan Gurney, Ned Jarrett, A.J. Foyt, Parnelli
Jones, Fred Lorenzen, Marvin Panch, Junior Johnson, and more.
Fred Lorenzen's 1966 Ford Factory NASCAR Stock Car
This is the real deal. Owned by Jeff Ray. This car is very documented as
the car that Fred Lorenzen drove at the 1966 Daytona 500. The engine is the
real Holman and Moody Ford 427 NASCAR race engine of the same vintage.
65 Chevy Impala SS open headers irritates my neighbor
Here's my original high school car, numbers matching (327 c.u.i.) bought in
1972. Decided to open the headers and cruise around my subdivision a
little, but end up ticking off my neighbor. I didn't even drive by his
house - he lives up the block the opposite direction. When he heads to the
back of my car to take a pic of my license plate, I realize this could turn
against me. Funny thing is, he doesn't actually recognize me until I get
out of the car - then we "share the love".
Daytona Grand National Race 1957
A 160 mile beach and road event over a rough course that pitted stock cars
against each other at speeds up to 140 mph. This was when stock car racing
was raw and drivers weren't millionaires.
1965 Chevy Impala SS NASCAR Grand National Stock Car - 1st engine start
This is the first engine start of this Roy Mayne 1965 Chevy Impala SS in
over 40+ years. The engine is a Chevy Big Block 427 (396 .60 over) 60s era
NASCAR spec motor. This is the real deal. This car raced from 1965 - 1967
in the NASCAR Grand National Stock Car series on such famous tracks as
Daytona and Darlington. Roy's best finish was at Darlington in 1965 when he
finish 4th in this car.
This car is being restored in under 30 days to compete in this years 2010
Monterey Sports Car Reunion (aka Monterey Historics) at Laguna Seca Raceway
note the flickering you see on the dash is due to a bad ground, something
we fixed after I took the video
1965 Impala SS NASCAR - Morning practice Infineon Raceway Sears Point Oct 30, 2011
Oct 30, 2011 HSCRS (Historic Stock Car Racing Series) Morning practice in
my 1965 Impala SS NASCAR with my Mom in the right seat enjoying every
minute of it (legs crossed just enjoying the ride!). Amazing what 40 years
of stock car development will do including lots of point bys but hell of a
lot of fun running with the newer cars!
2011 Portland Historics - 1965 Chevy Impala NASCAR
(Car gets going about 6:00 into video) Me, Shaun Coleman driving my "Roy
Mayne" 1965 Grand National NASCAR Chevrolet Impala in the 2011 Portland
Historics - Sunday July 10, 2011 morning session.
More information about this car at http://nascarimpala.com
# 2 -Historic Grand National Stock Cars- AAA Auto Club NASCAR 2-21-2010
More vintage footage of the NASCAR Historic Grand National Stock Cars but
this time they fire-'em up so you can hear them like they were. Nothing
sounds better than a NASCAR engine!!! You have to give this group a slap on
the back to keep these ready to race and remind us of NASCAR's past that
most of us grew up on.
Impala 65 thumpr soundcheck before camreplace
Compcam XFI 280 will be the name of the new member in the engine
engine recipes csb 400+0,40, whith domepistons and AFR heads 65cc compratio
13:1 Edelbrock pro flo 2
hooker super comp headers. Th 700 aut
Chevy True Stories
Sons Reunite Father with His '65 Impala After Two Decades
DETROIT -- Herb Younger thought his cherished 1965 Impala SS was out of his
life forever when he sold it in the 1980s to pay for his children's
education. Now his car is back with him, an emotional reunion captured on
video for all to see.
Chevrolet, keeping with its theme of showcasing authentic moments, created
a 60-second TV spot and long-form online version of the real-life
Younger bought his Impala new in 1964 and amassed nearly a quarter century
of family memories before selling it.
Two decades later, his sons decided to reunite their father with his
Impala. After five years of tracking Vehicle Identification Number leads
through several states, they finally located their dad's Impala in Canada
and purchased it over the telephone. The car was still in pristine
"It's not just a car. It's all the memories and feelings," said Jared
Younger. "It brings all that back."
To capture the moment when Younger was reunited with his car, Chevrolet and
Goodby, Silverstein & Partners conspired with Jared and his brother, Derek,
and posed as a film crew documenting three generations of an American
family. Little did Herb know, his Impala would come rumbling into view at a
park where he was playing with his grandchildren. His recognition was
instant. This was not a car like his. This was HIS car.
"The moment when he realizes his car has come back to him is priceless, and
is a prime example of the emotional connection many people have with their
Chevys," said Chris Perry, vice president, Global Chevrolet Marketing and
Strategy. "The story is moving because it's true -- and there's no better
way to prove that Chevy runs deep."
"'My Dad's Car' tells a story that is common among Chevy owners, who tend
to confess to carrying a lifetime love of the brand," said Jamie Barrett,
executive creative director at Goodby, Silverstein & Partners. "In the case
of the Younger family, we got lucky and were able to capture the emotional
reunion between Herb Younger and his lost-but-never-forgotten 1965 Impala