1970 GTO "Humbler" with VOE; ca: 2007
New generation VOE mufflers on VOE GTO 1970. Camera cannot show it but
sound differential is 10 dBA plus between loud and quiet.
Please visit www.waldronExhaust.com
for similar mufflers.
1970 GTO Humbler with VOE
The original commercial for the 1970 GTO Humbler with VOE. Now available
as a model car. There is allot of talk of this one lately so thought I'd
add the video to share with everyone.
71 LeMans Station Wagon at Strip, Run #9, 11.56 at 115+ mph
3.31 gear, 4070 pound, Q-jet, Goerlichs X-141 mufflers, GTO appearance
package, Dr. Gas X pipe, Dr. Gas ovalized tailpipes, exit on passenger
side, 11.56 at 115 + mph. Please note, track cleaner is running and sound
from its single cyclinder Exhaust is
almost louder than Exhaust from the
wagon as it runs 11.50s at 115+ MPH. This is truly a very quiet car.
1973 Plymouth Cuda 340---70 Dodge Challenger R/T's 383 440
This video was a dedication to the 73 cuda in the beginning. It was
wrecked when a lady pulled out in front and cause the front end to fold
like a piece of paper. The insurance company took the car and sold it.
The rest of the cars are a personal collection.
Madison Auto Body did the restoration. Awesome job highly recomended.
1965 Chrysler New Yorker 440 Cold Start
Here's a cold start with the Waldron dual Exhaust I installed this Summer. They gaurantee
fit and it went on nicely. The kit is listed for a '65 300, but after
poking around I determined the NYer has pretty much the identical C Body
and was provisioned for duals. I opted for the 'Imposter' factory
replacement mufflers which have a noticeably loader note. My cinematography
blows but I hop you like the vid anyway. And yes, it is a factory 440. One
of the early ones pulled ahead from the '66 model year....
Bad Blue 1969 GTO Out For a Cruise
Today I got an inspection sticker and took the Goat for a spin. I get on it
a little half way through the video. I'd like to thank family and friends
for all the help to complete the project.
In Torque We Trust - 1967 Plymouth Barracuda Formula S
Mr. Bob Gough's family moved to France for a few years when he was thirteen
years-old and thus he grew up idolizing European sports cars and looking
down on American muscle. That was until he discovered the 1967 Plymouth
Barracuda Formula S. The 'Cuda Formula S was upgraded in-house by Plymouth
with suspension and brakes that allow it to keep up with European sports
cars in the twisties (that is, all but the tightest twisties). He purchased
this car over twenty-three years ago and has gradually upgraded it. Bob
replaced the transmission with a Tremec 5-speed and now runs a 340 cubic
inch V8, rather than the original 273 ci engine. He's also replaced the
original 14" wheels with custom 15" steelies.
And the only suspension mod that Bob has made is replacing the original
shocks with nitrogen shocks that vastly improve the handling. The Plymouth
handles so well in fact, that he frequently surprises sports car owners on
drives. And once the curves straighten out, its ample torque allows it to
"leave Porsches behind." You do need to exercise caution entering corners
though, because the Forumla S is prone to rear wheel lock-up—so early
braking is a must! Even though Bob pushes the 'Cuda, it's actually docile
to drive, "but who drives a car like that?"