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Our latest offering is this 472 Hemi powered 1969 Plymouth Road Runner. Custom built from its Cross Ram intake to its Boyd Coddington rear wheels, this car is a bad to the bone classic that's fun to look at and even more fun to drive.
Benefitting from a professional frame up restoration in 2006, this Road Runner retains all of its original panels. Once work was performed to ensure the car was smooth and its sculpted body made the perfect impression, the car was bathed in Mopar R3 red. The result is a perfect 'long and low' Road Runner profile with factory close gaps, exceptionally straight panels and power actuated doors that close with a confident thunk.
New chrome trim is kept to a minimum to highlight the cars intentionally simplistic design and new Road Runner decals and script emblems on the doors add just enough detail to complete the look. Up front, the car features a straight grille with new lighting and a new chrome bumper. Out back, new '69 Road Runner exclusive tail lights and a new chrome bumper combine with a new road runner decal, a new Road Runner badge and a discrete little Hemi badge for the not so discrete motor. New glass all around and a traditional flat black Road Runner A-12 style hood featuring a custom red "472 Hemi" decal on its scoop top everything off.
Pull the hood up to reveal the incredible Ray Barton 472 Hemi Cross Ram engine. Sitting on top of the aluminum Cross Ram intake is two Holley 770 carburetors that feed air and fuel to Hemi Stage V aluminum heads for a very impressive 10.5:1 compression ratio. A Be Cool aluminum radiator, complete with an electric cooling fan, is coupled to the engine via billet hose connectors and a deep sump oil pan supplies plenty of oil. An MSD coil utilizes a billet distributor to send sparks through Moroso wires while a chrome Powermaster alternator, a billet serpentine belt system and ceramic long tube headers round out the performance package. A trick billet master cylinder complements two chrome air cleaners, billet wire looms and braided hoses to add a finished look to the top of the motor.
Underneath the car a McLeod hydraulic clutch mates to a Tremec 5-speed transmission to throw that massive Hemi power to a narrowed Moser Engineering Dana 60 rear end. That rear end runs 325/50/15 BF Goodrich G-Force drag radials which are neatly tucked under the Road Runners rear quarters. Keeping those drag radials connected to the pavement is welded monoleaf springs, welded sub frame connectors and CalTracs traction bars. Up front the motor rides on an aftermarket K member and a Bill Riley Motorsports AlterKtion front end kit that utilizes 15x7 Boyd Coddington Smoothie wheels with 215/70/15 BF Goodrich radials for traction. A power rack and pinion, tubular control arms, a Bill Riley Motorsports sway bar, and QA1 Motorsports coilover shocks combine to provide modern handling while Wilwood front brakes and Stainless Steel rear brakes are aided by an electric vacuum pump bring all that power to a safe halt.
Hit the remote door popper and sit down inside the car where new bucket seats wear custom black Ultraleather upholstery with suede leather inserts. In front of you, the custom dash features AutoMeter Pro Comp gauges, air conditioning and a Sony Xplod CD player. Custom door panels complement a long custom wrapped console with a custom wood insert which houses controls for the power windows and a traditional pistol grip shifter. A billet steering wheel connected to a tilt column complements billet pedals which hang above modern carpet installed over Dynamat insulation.
The documentation for this car includes two huge binders full of information about the build which include receipts, part numbers, installation instructions, a Dyno sheet, and an official appraisal of the car.
This car has it all: looks to kill, power that never stops and a list of custom components that would take a builder years to duplicate and assemble. Where else can you find this combination of power and killer looks? Call today!
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Best MUSCLE CAR Sounds of 2013
TURN UP YOUR SPEAKERS, THIS IS A GOOD ONE!
So another year almost over, it's time to recap some of the greatest MUSCLE
CARS and CLASSICS with those lovely V8 and Exhaust sounds that I caught on camera in 2013.
The year 2014 will be full of all new muscle car / supercar videos, so stay
tuned and push that 'SUBSCRIBE' button if you haven't already.
Some of the upcoming events / places in 2014 that I will be attending:
Geneva International Motor Show, Monaco / Cannes (supercars), Helsinki
Cruising Night events (muscle cars), Unlimited Racing supercar event (June)
and a lot more!
Thanks to all my viewers so far and happy new year! See ya all again in
All the LOUD American Muscle Cars featured in this video:
- Supercharged Chevrolet Corvette C6 Z06
- Blown 1970 Dodge Charger
- 1968 Ford Mustang GT-390
- 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T 440 Magnum
- 800 HP 1973 Dodge Charger 605 cid / 9.9 L
- 1st Gen Dodge Viper RT/10
- Straight Pipe 1967 Ford Mustang 5.0
- 1970 Dodge Charger 500
- 700hp ZR6X Extreme Wide Body Corvette C6
- 1970 Plymouth 'Cuda 440
- 1970 Dodge Charger R/T SE 440 7.2L
- 1969 Chevrolet Camaro
SS 6.6 402
- Best SUPERCAR Sounds of 2013 http://youtu.be/krb26ZvXYpo
- ZR6X is BACK!! 700 HP Extreme Wide Body C6 Corvette - amazing V8 and Exhaust sound, REVS!!
- BULLITT!! 1968 Ford Mustang GT-390 Fastback "Bullitt" -
incredible V8 sound!! http://youtu.be/rcs7GR1YzPE
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132870 / 1967 Chevrolet Chevelle Super Sport
For more information on this vehicle visit http://tinyurl.com/6ohlatj
Starting with a clean, Arizona car, this 1967 Chevelle was given a
rotisserie restoration to show standards before the modifications started.
Top and bottom, the sheetmetal is 100% original, and the pros at West Coast
Classics smoothed and polished it to its current breathtaking specs before
spraying that gorgeous House of Kolor Blue Blood Red paint, which costs
about $1200 a gallon. Gaps are excellent, as you'd expect from a pro-built
machine, and the attention to detail is what sets high-end cars like this
apart from their homeowner-grade cousins. Of course, all the chrome and
stainless was also restored to show standards, including the bumpers, stock
grille, and even the blacked-out tail panel, which looks totally custom
without SS emblems. The tail lights in the Chevelles were miniature works
of art, and those on this car look have been stuffed full of trick LED
bulbs for a custom look at night.
Then the modifications started, and the first was the monster 502 cubic
inch big block that they nestled between the front fenders. Rated at 450 horsepower and a
staggering 550 pounds of torque, it hurls the Chevelle up to speed like a
sling shot. Zoops provided a billet accessory drive, which handles the
high-output alternator and A/C, as well as the high-flow water pump that
keeps everything cool. There's a massive aluminum radiator up front with a
set of Flex-A-Lite fans managing airflow, and the hoses and wires have been
neatly routed out of sight as much as possible. You'll also note that the
inner fenders and firewall are finished to the same exceptional standards
as the rest of the body.
The chassis has been powdercoated satin black, and many of the suspension
components were given a coat of silver powder for contrast. A built 700R4
4-speed automatic transmission built by Monster Transmissions easily
handles the big block's torque, force-feeding it to a 12-bolt full of 3.73
gears and a limited slip. 2-inch drop spindles work with fat sway bars fore
and aft to deliver shockingly good cornering performance, while Energy
Suspension supplied all the suspension bushings and body mounts, so
handling is crisp. Four-wheel disc brakes were installed and use vented and
cross-drilled rotors, along with new lines, hoses, and calipers. Gorgeous
Torque Thrust II wheels have been fitted with low-profile Pirelli rubber
that thoroughly stuffs the wheel wells.
Inside, the interior is almost 100% stock. With fresh gear supplied by
Legendary, you know it's exact and that it fits the way the factory
intended. This is an original factory A/C car, so the original vents are
fully functional, and the system is still controlled by the factory
switchgear. Other trick details include the console and shifter, which now
shows appropriate detents for the 4-speed transmission, and all the gauges
have been restored to new condition. In the trunk, there's a reproduction
mat and a full-sized Torque Thrust wheel and tire assembly, so you never
have to limp home on a weenie space-saver.
This killer Chevelle was featured on the TV show "Tail Fins and Chrome"
just after it was finished, and today shows less than 70 miles on the
clock. Spectacularly built by one of the hottest names in Pro-Touring and
finished to standards that will earn trophies at any level, this is an
incredible car that can do it all. Visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for
132500 / 1958 Chevrolet Corvette
For more information on this vehicle visit http://tinyurl.com/7g5pa4r
This incredible Corvette, built at a cost of more than $200,000, combines
modern technology and performance into one of the most timeless body styles
It took three years to turn this 1958 Corvette into a curve carving
resto-modded street machine. During that process, the car was unbolted from
its frame and sodium blasted to remove all factory defects and accrued
damage from roughly 50 years of exposure to the elements. Once the body was
silky smooth and had a better than factory appearance, it was re gel coated
and bolted to a brand new custom fabricated round tube frame. Thanks to the
more rigid chassis underneath, panel gaps were exceptionally tight and the
body shop was then free to shoot for perfection. A custom Spectrum Color
developed turquoise was applied to the car from jam to jam and then
traditional white door coves were added resulting in a car that amazes
people wherever it goes.
Up front the aggressively styed and beautifully detailed chrome grille,
bumpers and bumper bracket have all been restored to very high standards.
Four perfect headlights surrounded in new chrome serve as visual pillars of
the front end design while a three piece Corvette emblem with correct gold
lettering complements a 1958 exclusive louvered hood. At the side of the
car, chrome cove trim and Corvette emblems are like new and combine with
custom built 18 inch Intro wheels riding 245/45/18 Dunlop radials to give
the car a finished look. A custom color matched turquoise vinyl top with a
glass window flows into a trunk that features 1958 specific chrome spears.
Out back, show quality rear bumpers align to highlight a second gold
lettered Corvette emblem at the rear of the car.
A perfect fit in this early Corvettes engine bay, a modern Corvette LT1
Generation II 350 features a cast iron block, aluminum heads and electronic
fuel injection that is good for 300 horsepower. The color
matched plastic LT1 engine cover looks right at home featuring fourth
generation Corvette logos and chrome Corvette lettering. Also featured in
the clean engine bay is a Be Cool aluminum radiator complete with an
electric cooling fan, a new black brake Booster and master cylinder, a color
coordinated alternator and AC compressor, new belts and hoses, a billet
overflow tank, a chrome hood hinge and billet valve covers with a billet
The car is spotless underneath where the Spectrum turquoise body meets a
custom fabricated, gloss black SR3 Motorsports frame and is highlighted by
silver suspension and axle pieces with stainless hardware. In the middle of
those new round bones sits an aesthetically pleasing chrome oil pan and
modern 700R4 4-speed automatic transmission that is cooled by a passenger
floor mounted transmission cooler. A four wheel independent suspension with
upper and lower control arms, coil over shocks, modern power steering and
VBP suspension components to keep everything buttoned down and make the
curves more fun. True dual Exhaust
with aluminum tubing runs to stainless Aero Exhaust mufflers which flow into correct bumper
housed stainless tips. Stopping is handled by four wheel power disc brakes
with drilled and cross vented rotors that are clamped by new calipers fed
by braided metal brake lines.
The original seats have fresh foam and new covers that have been custom
color matched and embroidered by Kirik. The white dash features color
matched inserts and appears as if it lays on the turquoise body with
traditional '58 Corvette gauges positioned behind the color matched Grant
aluminum steering wheel and controls for the heat and Vintage Air system
incorporated into the center stack. An aftermarket Lokar transmission
shifter looks natural at the base of the dash and the door panels are
absolutely amazing pieces of period styling that feature power windows and
original style door handles. The carpets are the correct texture and nap,
and are a little darker than the body of the car in order to highlight the
seats and dash.
Beautifully built and incredibly functional, this Corvette roadster
preserves the timeless design elements of the 1958 Corvette while providing
a driving experience that allows you to enjoy a vintage Corvette on modern
roads with no compromises. Call now!
132478 / 1969 Plymouth GTX
For more information on this vehicle visit http://tinyurl.com/6pck2vu
This 100% documented and matching numbers 1969 Plymouth GTX is a weaponized
luxury cruiser with a giant motor, a 4-speed, and a bunch of convenience
options like power steering, brakes, and a console. Fortunately, this car
comes with an original Chrysler Corporation Broadcast Sheet that has been
fully decoded by Galen Govier, so there really aren't any questions about
its specifications. Someone put a big, nasty 440 and a 4-speed in their
Someone has also restored it to better-than-new condition. Stripped to a
bare tub and placed on a rotisserie, every square inch of the original body
was sandblasted bare and any flaws were repaired along the way. The
original B5 Blue Fire Metallic finish was replicated inside and out, top
and bottom, and again, restoration photos show a lot of block sanding going
on to get it as straight as it is today. The lower flanks were finished in
black with a red stripe, as were all GTXs of the time, which helped them
stand out when parked alongside their Road Runner brothers.
As a Govier-verified 100% matching-numbers piece, that is most definitely
the original 440 cubic inch Commando V8 under the hood. Reproduction hoses
and clamps show the correct markings, there's a new yellow cap battery, and
all the cad plating is just the right shade of green-gold. Heck, even the
battery cable has overspray on it, just like the factory did it. The Air
Grabber system is fully functional, too, and you just know this big block
needs all the air it can get.
This one also carries its original 4-speed manual behind the engine, as
well as a stout Dana 60 out back with 3.54 gears and a Sure Grip limited
slip. With the body restored on a rotisserie, it was easy to make the
floors look as good as the rest of the body, and they create a brilliant
Blue Fire backdrop for the highly detailed chassis components. The dual Exhaust system features a crossover and a
set of Flowmasters, which are one of the few deviations from stock to be
found anywhere on this car, but you just can't argue with the sound this
one makes. And for the ultimate in stealth, a set of painted steel wheels
wearing dog dish hubcaps and Firestone Wide Oval redlines keeps the flash
to a minimum.
The matching blue bucket seat interior has been restored to the same high
standards as the bodywork. New seat covers match the originals exactly, and
include those cool headrests that seem to finish the interior and make it
look complete. The dash includes a complete array of gauges, including the
optional tachometer, which is tucked in just to the right of the
speedometer. All the woodgrained areas, not just the center console but on
the dash and door panels as well, have been upgraded with new appliques,
and much of the chrome appears new. The trunk has been correctly finished
with a new mat, full sized spare, and a complete jack assembly.
If you've been looking for a no-questions-asked GTX, look no further.
Although we seem to find more than our fair share of nice ones, they remain
rare cars, particularly those that haven't been abused, beaten, rusted, and
abandoned. This one has obviously been a cherished toy for decades, with
car show plaques dating back to the early 80s. The restoration was
comprehensive, taking this GTX to national-show-winning caliber, and the
pedigree makes it stand out among its peers. We love these cars, and this
is one of the best we've seen. Call today!
Test Driving 1969 Plymouth Road Runner 383 V8 4 BBL Four Speed
I thought you'd like a look at this 1969 Plymouth Road Runner in action.
It's powered by a 383 V8, with an Edelbrock intake, 4 BBL carb, coated
headers, and Air Grabber induction. All the power is being funneled through
a hurst shifted four-speed manual back to an 8 3/4 rear. This car runs out
strong and it's in absolutely immaculate condition. It's as clean in the
engine bay and underneath the car as it is on the outside. The interior
looks showroom new as well. This car is a proven show winner as well. I hop
you find it interesting....thanks for watching!
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
1968 Plymouth HEMI Barracuda
BIG Ray Barton Crossram Hemi. This camera sucks ass because the car was so
much louder than in this video. He left early to keep his neighbors from
calling the cops on the noise, I'm sure of it. When he started it up to
leave, it sounded like a distant explosion because I was across the parking
lot. 13 April 2012 at Abingdon Lowes, MD.
132872 / 1968 Oldsmobile Cutlass 442
For more information on this vehicle visit http://tinyurl.com/7htbnep
Fully documented from its factory punch card all the way to its fresh
restoration, this numbers matching 1968 442 convertible is an incredible
39,189 mile weekend cruiser that recently carried home first place honors
from the 2010 Oldsmobile Nationals!
Assembled in Lansing, Michigan on February 23, 1968 and shipped to Roger
Piorier Automotive in Tracy, Que. Canada, this spectacular Oldsmobile 442
barely even had time to cool its big block engine before Gilles R. Lamothe
rushed in to sign the papers. Mr. Lamothe took possession of the car on
March 2nd 1968 and, through impeccable care and maintenance, kept it in
pristine, original condition for almost 40 years! In 2007, a new owner
imported the car back into the states where it underwent a top-notch,
professional nut and bolt rotisserie restoration which readied it for its
debut on the national show circuit.
Lift the hood and you'll find an original 400 cubic inch Rocket V8 which
has been completely rebuilt and currently Dynos at 405 horsepower and 467 lb./ft.
of torque. Branded on the front of the block is a correct 396026G casting
number which confirms that this engine is both a 1968 Oldsmobile big block
and a true 442 powerplant. Stamped on the driver's side of the block,
you'll find a correct 38M279964 partial VIN which decodes as a 1968 (8)
Oldsmobile (3) engine which was assembled in Lansing, Michigan (M) and
installed in a car with the last six VIN digits of 279964. Stomp the
throttle and a correct Rochester 4-barrel carburetor mixes fuel from new
stainless fuel lines with air from a new Fire Red single snorkel air
cleaner and shoves it into a correct cast iron intake manifold. At the
sides of that intake, correct Oldsmobile "C" heads sit above correct cast
iron Exhaust manifolds which make
quick work of spent gases; and behind the carburetor, a correct points
distributor sends fire through correct black Packard TV R Suppression
wires. At the front of the engine, reproduction GM hoses circulate water
through a correct radiator while new V-belts spin a new alternator, a new
power steering pump and a correct fan.
Behind the big block 400, an original M21 4-speed transmission, which wears
a correct 1968 exclusive 3925660 Muncie casting number and a correct
38M279964 partial VIN, sends power to a pavement melting O Type
Posi-traction rear end which spins stout 3.42 gears. Part of the new for
1968 442 trim was a standard heavy duty suspension which included beefy
double A-arms with thicker coils and better shocks up front and a
triangulated four link suspension with boxed lower control arms, thicker
coils, better shocks and a standard sway bar in back. Braking is provided
by optional power front disc and standard rear drums; and turns come
courtesy of a correct, factory optioned power steering system. At the
center of the car, Exhaust flows
through a mandrel bent true dual system to great sounding factory
replacement mufflers and trumpeted stainless tips. And at the corners of
the car, original 14 inch Oldsmobile stamped style two (SSII) wheels spin
correct F70-14 Firestone Wide Oval Super Sport tires around NOS stainless
trim rings and Oldsmobile rocket center caps.
Inside, you'll find a nicely restored Parchment Morocceen vinyl interior
which is both comfortable and appealing. New stainless trimmed strato
bucket seats sit in front of a vinyl rear bench on like-new black carpet
which is protected by new rubber floor mats. Between those seats, a factory
correct Parchment console holds attractive black and chrome trim around a
correct "442" branded Hurst shifter. And at the sides of those seats, great
looking black and Parchment door panels are decorated with pristine
stainless trim, fresh chrome handles and chrome switches for the cars power
windows. In front of the seats, a new dash pad houses an optional Rally
gauge pack, which includes a tic-toc tachometer, above silver 442 trim and
a correct Oldsmobile transistor AM radio. And in front of the driver, an
authentic wood trimmed three spoke satin finished steering wheel is
centered on a red Oldsmobile rocket logo.
If you're an emphatic Oldsmobile collector or serious muscle car fan who
wants something a little different, this rare convertible is the perfect
investment! Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more
information on this awesome car!