The World's Fastest DeLorean - /TUNED
What happens when you throw a very large and power Grand National motor into a 30 year old legend like the DeLorean? Thats what Matt Farah finds out on this week's episode of TUNED
Abandoned Delorean :(
Some lady parked her delorean behind her house in 99 and never went back to get it. It still sits there rotting away and it pains me to see it happening. Summer Video of it coming soon (well whenever summer comes)
DeLorean #4772 started for first time in 18 years - www.delorean.co.uk
My 7th project DeLorean bursts into life after a complete engine tear-down due to water ingress. A corroded liner was replaced and its rotten seat was welded up and machined. The valves were all cleaned and re-lapped in with new seals, and the heads were skimmed. As you can see, one item was neglected in the reassembly...! The big puff of smoke at the start is due to all the assembly oil burning off.
65 Mustang Fastback Restoration Project
This is my 1965 Mustang Fastback I rescued from a field rusting away. I finished it around July of 2008 in my back yard garage with no professional assistance at all. It took me about 26 months to complete. It has a 302 Ford motor and an 5 Speed manual transmission. I restored this car to the information on the original data plate on the door that included the body color and interior. The stripe is unique in that I added a darker red to the Poppy Red body color to get a stripe that is a little darker but blends in with the factory color. This car features four wheel disc brakes made from all Ford parts.
Abandoned Concept Cars: Mazda AZ-550,MX-04, Suzuki Kizashi
How does one decide when dumping a concept car is a good idea? Surely if the model in question went on to be a halo car of some sort for the company, keeping the concept which led to the production of it would be a fairly high priority? Whatever the case these two Mazda concepts, the AX-550 and what we are led to believe is the MX-04 have met the same fate as the Suzuki Kizashi concept cars.
Back To The Future: Delorean for Auction at Mecum
- Back to the Future car
- Functioning light display One of the most famous movie cars ever built, the Delorean time machine from Back to the Future that transported Doc and Marty over a span of 130 years of Hill Valley history. It was made possible by traveling 88 MHP and forcing 1.21 gigawatts of electricity though the flux capacitor. Check out the detail and gadgets!!! (Due to the dangers of time travel, test drives are not allowed)
Twin Turbo Delorean - Initial Startup
Initial startup after about two months of custom turbo fabrication and installation. Not real exciting. It starts and idles, stalls, but it runs. Lots of me running around checking for leaks. Later found the O2 sensor wasn't working at the time. I'll post another video after some tuning.
Delorean Monster Truck
Delorean Monster Truck at DCS 2012. Keep in mind that the moving truck in this video was parked at an angle, and there were several other Deloreans parked outside. So that's why the Delorean Monster Truck had make several adjustments before leaving. The tires on the Delorean Monster Truck are 44 inch Super Swampers which take up a LOT of room. Thank you for viewing my video!
Delorean- Custom tuning, suspension and styling. Acceleration and braking.
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1981 Delorean DMC 12
The Delorean DMC 12 was made famous by a combination of the Back to the Future film series and its chequered production history. But have you ever wondered what it was like to drive? We did and with thanks to Great Escape Classic Car Hire (UK) we found out, would you Adam and Eve it it's actually pretty damn good.
Mackjack525's exhaust note challenge
Mackjack525's Exhaust note challenge.
The truck was due for new injectors, that's why I haven't shown this before. Too much black smoke. Truck grossing about 80 tons or 179,000 lbs. Power by Cat 3408.
Check out Mackjack525's challenge on video responses.