BLOWN BIG BLOCK '67 CAMARO Road Trip With HOT ROD Magazine
Ever wonder what it would be like to make an epic road trip in a 1967 Camaro with a blown big block engine? Wonder no more...just watch this video with Hot Rod Magazines David Freiburger and Mike Finnegan as they drive the Crusher Camaro from Los Angeles to the Pavilions Car Cruise in Scottsdale Arizona and back.This video includes the "almost-live" mobile updates that were posted on YouTube and Facebook during the trip, giving fans a ride along feel for much of the adventure. We have more planned so keep checking HOTROD.COM and facebook.com/hotrodmag for more info on how to virtually come with us on our next event.
GENERAL LEE VS THE BANDIT TRANS AM - BEST CAR CHASE EVER !!!
https://www.facebook.com/hotrodmag http://www.hotrod.com/ Here it is...Two of the most famous cars of all time in a an all out car chase! No matter which car is your favorite, everyone wins with this feature video shot in the Arkansas countryside with A REAL GENERAL LEE. Crank up your speakers and enjoy! Special thanks to Mark Osborne of Southern Coating & Nameplate, Inc. ( http://www.southerncoating.com/contact.html ) for letting us beat the crud out of his cars and his wife for making us some of the best Southern fried chicken we've ever had! Look for this story on the cover of the November 2011 issue of Hot Rod Magazine...buy two or three copies, seriously it's that good! Video Shot and Edited by Jason Lewis (email@example.com)
HOT ROD TV: Nineteen-28
Jordan Graham is a 19 year old hot rod builder from Solvang, Ca. He is building his dream car. A 28 Roadster on a 32 frame. But how does a young hot rodder build his car? First he starts out by taking us on a journey through time in the fields of Solvang , Ca. to find his dream car on this episode of Hot Rod TV.
Hot Rod Corvette Hack - The Long Version
This is the video version of the Corvette Hack story that appeared in the Nov. '10 issue of Hot Rod magazine. You'll see the Hot Rod staff shred an '85 Corvette, cutting off parts until it was nearly a bare frame. The point? To see how much the car's performance improved as it dropped weight (into the Dumpster).