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Taking off from the side of a road
Hot Rod Magazine has brought together seven great cars: '70 Petrol Charger, '72 Torino, '32 Roadster, GTO, F-Bomb ('73 Camaro), Kurtis (one of 2 cars), and a '67 Mustang for a drive on February 7th. Here we see all the cars take off for another round of photos, however the F-Bomb has problems starting, but sure enough, it gets going with the rest of them! They all sound great! This drive was in the June 2008 edition of Hot Rod Magazine with the title of ROAD THRASH! If you would like to watch the entire video I put together with these clips, please search for purevisiondesign and check it out.





Turbos FILLED With Sand! 3000hp Camaro Goes OFF Track!
Doug Cline was having trouble with his 3000hp twin turbo Camaro on the last day of Rocky Mountain Race Week, and to his surprise, after pushing through some fuel build up off the line his car did 190mph after breaking up through the starting line! Unfortunately, Doug chose not to pull the chutes and it costed him potentially two turbochargers after filling them with gravel & sand!  Driving 1300+ miles and thrashing on this big block chevy twin turbo’d beast of a Camaro probably didn’t help in split second decisions down the drag strip. Check out this feature as we follow Doug on his journey into the sand pit!





Fast and Furious 4: F-Bomb 1000FT Burnout (green '73 Camaro)
The real Fast and Furious 4 movie car, the F-Bomb (green '73 Camaro), does a 1000 foot burnout at the Tracks of Willow Springs. The F-Bomb is a 1500HP twin turbo beast created by Nelson Racing Engines and owned by self proclaimed car junkie David Freiburger. Watch this clip to see it's impressive power in action! How often do you get to see a hot rod smoke the tires through every gear?





73 Camaro "F-bomb" 1500 Horsepower --- PART 2
FROM NRE: A 1973 Camaro which we've caged, minitubbed, completely stripped to bare metal and powder coated the entire car. The motor is a 406 twin turbo making 1540 hp and 1527 lbs of torque. We are going to prove to everyone you can "have your cake and eat it to." We are going to drive the car 300 miles a day, stopping at a race track everyday, for 5 days. 1500 miles and 5 race days in 5 days, with no support vehicle. Sounds pretty crazy? Did we mention we are planning on running in 8 second quarter miles? Our goal is to illustrate that you can own a car that smooth running, mellow-idling, easy-driving, pump-gas cruiser - and still make 1500hp, 8 second passes. We call it the "F-bomb" becuase when it arrived at NRE, it looked like a Scud hit it.




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