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Top Gear USA S02E03 America's Strongest Pickup
Which is the toughest truck in America? Tanner, Rutledge and Adam head into the mountains and put their trucks through impossible tests to find out. Tanner . Top Gear USA S02E03 America's Strongest Pickup.





Top Gear USA S02E03 America's Strongest Pickup
Top Gear USA S02E03 America's Strongest Pickup





Wrecks to Riches | S01E07 | The Fireman's Ball
Barry White's Speed Shop has been taken over by the Beverly Hills Fire Department. Or at least, fire-fighting muscle car enthusiasts who've moved in to help him rebuild his latest wreck — and this one is something special. The 1969 Mustang Fastback was a classic of its era. With smooth lines, and powerful engine, it defined muscle car, and turned heads at every traffic light. But that was more than thirty years ago, and the wreck Barry has found wouldn't even turn heads in the junkyard. After six previous cars, Barry is used to the challenge. He has only a month to turn this dilapidated Mustang, into the Pony car that steals the show at the prestigious Kruse Auto Auction in Las Vegas. This time it should be easier. He has the fire fighters providing much needed labor. Even better, so many want in on the act, they split into two shifts, prepared to keep working virtually around the clock. And that's where Barry's problems start. Who knew fire fighters could be so competitive? The rivalry between A Shift and B Shift is fierce, with each trying to outdo the other, and Barry's stuck in the middle playing peacemaker. They're working so fast, parts guy Chris Brown can't keep up. Before long, there's a workshop full of agitated fire fighters, with nothing to do. It's a recipe for disaster and Barry has never had to handle anything like this before. Will the fire fighters walk out? Will Chris find the parts they need? Will the Super Muscle Car version of the Mustang Fastback get finished? For Barry, making riches out of this wreck seems an impossible dream.





Muscle Car Of The Week Video Episode #188: 1964 Ford Fairlane Thunderbolt
http://www.musclecaroftheweek.com http://www.facebook.com/musclecaroftheweek The car-buying public thought differently of racing in the early 1960s, and the American automakers knew that cars that won races were great tools to drive customers to dealer showrooms. You know the old saying, what “won on Sunday sold on Monday”, This 1964 Ford Thunderbolt from The Brothers Collection is a great example of such a machine, a car that still looked recognizable to the masses as a new 1964 Fairlane, but had the chops to get the job done in Super Stock drag racing.




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