1965 Chevy Impala SS NASCAR Grand National Stock Car - 1st engine start
This is the first engine start of this Roy Mayne 1965 Chevy Impala SS in over 40+ years. The engine is a Chevy Big Block 427 (396 .60 over) 60s era NASCAR spec motor. This is the real deal. This car raced from 1965 - 1967 in the NASCAR Grand National Stock Car series on such famous tracks as Daytona and Darlington. Roy's best finish was at Darlington in 1965 when he finish 4th in this car.
This car is being restored in under 30 days to compete in this years 2010 Monterey Sports Car Reunion (aka Monterey Historics) at Laguna Seca Raceway
note the flickering you see on the dash is due to a bad ground, something we fixed after I took the video
1965 Impala SS NASCAR - Morning practice Infineon Raceway Sears Point Oct 30, 2011
Oct 30, 2011 HSCRS (Historic Stock Car Racing Series) Morning practice in
my 1965 Impala SS NASCAR with my Mom in the right seat enjoying every
minute of it (legs crossed just enjoying the ride!). Amazing what 40 years
of stock car development will do including lots of point bys but hell of a
lot of fun running with the newer cars!
1965 Riverside 500 Stock Car Race
New 1965 Model Ford Galaxie 500 debut at the first race of the year on the
road course in California with Dan Gurney, Ned Jarrett, A.J. Foyt, Parnelli
Jones, Fred Lorenzen, Marvin Panch, Junior Johnson, and more.
Richard Hammond Does NASCAR - Top Gear - BBC
Richard Hammond travels to America to immerses himself in the world of
NASCAR. He drives the pace car to launch the race at the Texas Speedway,
helps a team in the pits, then does a few laps of the oval track with
NASCAR legend Kyle Petty. Taken from episode 2, series 18.
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NASCAR Driving On The Street
Put the GoPro on the cup car and took a few laps around the neighborhood
for strictly testing purposes. No fun was had during the making of this
video. Filmed with GoPro Hero 2 using the suction cup mount.
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