1979 malibu 500 hp.
355 ci small chevy, 11.1 compression, dart pro1 heads, xr286 solid roller
cam,and 3500 converter.
1981 chevy short bed thumper cam 350 motor
1981 chevy short bed 355 motor with 58 cc heads thumper cam holley 750 carb
roller rockers 350 transmission 3200 b&m stall 342 gears gos down the road
good has 295/50-15 tires 10in wide wheels fun to drive
1978 chevy C10 454 BB
1978 chevy C10 454 BB. these are my new upgrades since last video
-chevy ralley rims
-new cooper cobra tires
-new 3" ehxhaust straight pipes from headers back angled out the sides with
50 series tips.
next comes the 4" cowl hood and a roll pan along with a brand new holley
double pumper carb.
Chevy C10 Lowrider 383 Stroker
Cruisin Video!!!! Our truck has been four years of fun. It was a basket
case when we started it. Have a few items that need upgrading yet. Had fun
Test Driving 1986 Chevrolet Silverado C10 Pickup
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I thought you'd like a look at this nicely kept 1986 Chevrolet C10
Silverado pickup. This is a really nice looking and driving truck. It's
powered by a 305 V8 with an aluminum intake, Edelbrock 4 BBL Carb, long
tube headers, and more. All the power is sent through a firm shifting 700R4
overdrive automatic back to a set of 2.73 rear gears. This is a nice
comfortable cruiser, that comes with ice cold air conditioning and a
Pioneer navigation unit. This truck is in excellent condition and would
make a great daily driver. Thanks for taking a look!
Filmed at Fast Lane Classic Cars in St. Charles, Missouri
The background music track is Whiskey on the Mississippi by Kevin MacLeod.
Available under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported license.
Instruments: Guitar, Bass, Kit, Organ, EP
With a jumping bass and off-beat syncopation, this is straight from
Memphis' Beale Street. The Hammond organ and electric guitar play together
as longtime friends, while the melody changes hands from guitar to organ to
electric piano. 011
Bouncy, Grooving 2010
WILD '09 BIG BLOCK CHEVY POWERED SMART CAR AT RT66 4-26-14
Mark Cryer testing his mild 462ci big block chevy powered '09 Smart Car
with full custom 8.50 certified chrome moly frame and Ford 9" rearend.
First run in video is an 11.74 @113.76 and then Mark and his son Nick
changed front springs and made adjustments to shocks to try to get it to
wheelie higher as you see in the second run. Best run of the day was a
firstname.lastname@example.org. You have to see the car in person to appreciate the quality
of the conversion. You either Love it or Hate it! UPDATED VIDEO WITH NEW
SETUP IN THE 10'S....https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=pNkJ3K9Kg1U
NEWEST WORLD RECORD PASSS!...https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xEqCLJbQTEc
*NEW RECORD*!...https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=geDotOKW7vY NEW RECORD!!
1986 Chevy C10 Custom 350 Engine
This is my 1986 Chevy C10 that I rebuilt. The tranny was a TH350 but we
dropped that and stuck in a 700R4 overdrive. The engine was removed and we
put in a 350 crate motor from JEGS, with our own customizations. All in all
there is just over 300HP. Runs like a champ, just under 2000rpm at 70. Vs
the old TH350 that had me reving at over 3500rpm. --- Also the performance
radiator and waterpump keep this thing running amazingly cool. I did a 2
hour drive going 75mph the whole way, and I never once saw my gauges
reading over 110 degrees.
-- Custom paint -- Once the engine compartmant was cleared it was sanded
down completely and sprayed black with a clear coat finish. During
installation we took a lot of the parts and painted them metallic blue. And
added a lot of detailing with blue paint to bolts, screws, raised
- Headman HTC headers
- Dual flowmaster Exhaust
- Be Cool aluminum 4 core radiator
- Flowcool water pump
- Edelbrock performance intake
- Edelbrock 600cfm 4 barrel carb
The C10 Replacement Truck Project - 87 Chevrolet Truck R10 TBI
As most of you know, the '84 C10 build project was stolen 15 February 2013.
This is the first video of the replacement Square Body Truck.
About a week ago (2 March 2013) I was contacted by a guy on Facebook about
a truck for sale. They next day I took out a loan and drove 4 hours to pick
it up. That week I've spent more than 30 hours getting it together and
running. Its running like a champ now. Exhaust will be welded up next week and
hopefully the transmission will be replaced also.
To see more on this truck project, check out this video playlist:
Here's a video right after the LSx swap:
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85 chevy restoration
slide show of the restoration process on my 85 chevy shortbox can be seen
on cardomain also user name-kearney
DIY Frame Repair: Fixing a rusted/cracked truck frame
A buddy needed a quick frame patch on his 57 chevy, so figured it was a
good time to show how you guys can fix frames. If you dont care too
terribly much about how it looks this is a great method. Otherwise you can
spend more time making it look nice with grinding down all the welds, etc.
Did this in 10 hours. This is going to be a rat rod, so I like showing the
hard lines of what I have done. I have also repaired frames with a formed
channel being placed inside or outside the original frame- but that is more
For more how to videos make sure to check out & subscribe to my channel!!
Installing Frame Connectors Ford Fox Body -EricTheCarGuy
I've started the modifications on the 1979 Ford Fairmont. Remember kids,
many of the things I do to this car also apply to Mustangs from 1979-1992. So if you're
looking for a walkthrough on installing frame connectors, this will work
for you too.
As it shows in the video my Fairmont is slightly longer than a Mustang. This created some challenges
when installing the frame connectors. I'm still thinking about how I'm
going to tackle that issue. For now the results are fantastic. The car is
more sure footed and a LOT less noisy going over bumps. In my opinion, this
is one of the best upgrades you can do to a Fox body vehicle, especially if
it's a convertible.
I did run into some issues with the brackets. Not sure what that was about.
Perhaps there was an issue with my Fairmont, or it could have been a
manufacturing issue. So far it seems to have worked out.
Lastly, I would recommend using a stripper over a grinder for cleaning the
metal. I’d also recommend a face shield as I was picking chucks of metal
out of my face for a couple of days after this. Also my safety glasses
didn’t catch everything and a couple of times I got junk in my eye.
Link to the frame connectors I used:
Camera: Brian Kast
Thanks for watching!
Link to extended version of this video:
The best place for answers to your automotive questions:
Angle Die Grinder:
Tap and Die Set:
The grinder I should have used:
The Fairmont, The Plan: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HNwBGKf0TcM
The Fairmont Goes To The Drag Strip:
The Fairmont, A Closer Look: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w2I0c-jJa14
Welder Plasma Cutter Review: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0n2CzzF0aAE
Driving Old Cars: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=18LrBpBPNlQ
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