More Pro-Mod rund from KIl-Kare 1989..Note if you watch the chute on
Christine doesn't open on its run went for a wild ride off the end of the
track..I shot this while working for Soff-Seal in 89
1000 HORSEPOWER 57 CHEVY BURNOUT.
THIS IS A WALK AROUND VIDEO OF MY 57 BEL AIRE THAT I HAVE FOR SALE.THE CAR
IS VERY CLEAN WITH A 540 CUBIC INCH MERLIN BIG BLOCK CHEVY WITH AN 871
LITTLEFIELD BLOWER.THE MOTOR WAS CUSTOM BUILT AT BIG AL,S TOYBOX. EMAIL ME
WITH ANY QUESTIONS AT SOQUICK2006@YAHOO.COM
Supercharged Big Block 57 Chevy Bel Air Monster Burnout
What better way to pay tribute to a fallen friend. This Supercharged 572
Big Block 57' Chevy Bel Air goes all in and turns a new set of slicks into
a smoldering mess. A burnout salute to Val Prince. If you watch the roof
of the car you can seen when the back right tire blows. Biggest 57 Chevy
Burnout you will find anywhere.
57 Pro Street
1957 Chevrolet 210 Pro Street Blown 850 HP
Unbelievable 57 chevy pro street words cannot describe this car! You gotta
see it! This car is all pro built, with the best components that money can
buy. It has a 540 cubic inch Merlin Block, Dart heads 1271 blower, 2
domminators, fenderwell headers. Inside the motor is all quality parts,
too much to list. Call me if interested, I have the WHOLE book of
information on this car. Dyno sheets, 850 hp on low lead
arco imitation gasoline! 700 ft lbs of torque @ 4000 rpm. 639 @ 3500 rpm.
This is the baddest 57 chevy 210 pro street car out there. Dana 60 rearend.
4.10 gears. Toy Shop turbo 400 The
engineering and work that went into this car is unbelievable! Custom
Recaro seats were recovered in two tone leather to match the car. Just look
at the pictures of the car everything in it is custom except for the body.
Frame, roll cage, floor pan, tubs, parachute mount, the motor and trans has
been mounted in the frame making it super low but with clearence. Custom
tubular A-arms, power steering, made to drive. YOU NEED TO COME SEE THIS
CAR IN PERSON. This car has 1500 miles on it, never been above 4500 rpms
except on the Dyno,
comes with parachute, new rear side mouldings, custom hood with hinges and
latch, Please call me, Doug Wittig 760 947 3820 anytime if truly
interested. Have a whole book on the car.
I CANT IMAGINE THAT YOU COULD FIND A BETTER EXAMPLE!!! PLEASE DO NOT BID ON
THIS VEHICLE UNLESS YOU HAVE THE FUNDS AVAILABLE NOW AND INTEND TO PURCHASE
THE CAR!!! YOU ARE MORE THAN WELCOME TO INSPECT THIS VEHICLE AT ANY TIME
BEFORE THE END OF THE AUCTION!!! I ALSO RESERVE THE RIGHT TO END THE
AUCTION AT ANY TIME!!! IF YOU ARE A SERIOUS BUYER AND HAVE ANY QUESTIONS AT
1957 Chevrolet Bel Air "Like New! Only Better!"
Show quality 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air that just had a frame off restoration!
This car is absolutely beautiful from top to bottom. Put back to original
color combination of Dusk Pearl paint and black and silver interior. With
one of the most attractive interiors ever put in a car, the '57 Bel Air
really sets itself apart from the competition. This Bel Air is no
exception. The silver and black interior, chrome gauges and trim, and Dusk
Pearl painted dash, it begs you to go for a ride! This Bel Air has Vintage
Air AC, AM/FM radio, power brakes, power steering, new glass, new chrome,
all stainless polished, new tires and wheels. This beauty is powered by a
fresh GM Goodwrench 350 Turn-Key crate engine with Sanderson headers
pushing 330 horsepower, which is still
under warranty. This car is restored right and is priced at about half of
the cost to restore a car to this condition. The bottom of this car is as
clean and restored as the top and it looks as good as the day it rolled off
the showroom floor. Please, call 800-231-3616 for additional details.
Jeg Jr. tests out the Slammers Colbalt, VA
The Slammers Ultimate Milk Chevy Cobalt that Jeg Coughlin Jr drives ran
6.64 at over 208 mph in the 1/4-mile (1320-feet) in this video. The car
weighs 2350 lbs. The driver goes through five gear changes and hits fifth
gear 4.5 seconds into the run. Often times the 60-foot time is below
See more videos and info about Slammers Colbalt at www.teamjegs.com