Drag Racing MAVERICK Suspension FAIL
This racer was having a bad day when his Ford Maverick went over one time
then ass into the wall. He did a hell of a job off trying to reel it in but
it appears something may have broken in the rear suspension.
1972 Ford Maverick Street Machine
1972 Ford Maverick Street Machine I shot at the Street Rod Nationals 2013
in Louisville Ky...I have seen a few cool Mavericks at past shows...but I
was not able to shoot them...This was to cool not to....check it
out!!!...make sure you follow me so that you don't miss any of the awesome
videos I shot at this show!!
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Ford Maverick vs Plymouth Superbird **S4S Global Drag Racing League**
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Budget Built Turbo Maverick Sleeper GoPro
Josh Dillon's turbo big block Maverick
making a pass at Brainerd Optimist Drag Strip in Ringgold, Georgia. Car has
a 460ci big block Ford with stock crank, H beam rods, forged pistons, stock
head castings and valve size, blow through carb, Borg Warner S475 turbo. This pass is on 18 pounds on 93 octane pump
gas with a safe tune. Track conditions were poor as you can tell by the
squirrelly ride. I think this pass was a 7.0X at around 100 miles per hour.
Other details about the car: C6 transmission, Dacco torque converter (way
too loose), 3.00 gear, stock 8 inch rear end, stock axles, mini spool,
26x8.5-15 tires, original leaf springs, stock shocks, slapper bars.
Viper Maverick VS Ford Ranch Wagon - Project Car Dilemma
Have you ever been waist deep into a project car build and just when you
feel it's hopeless...another project lands in the driveway? Welcome to my
car guy confusion.
As you may know (if you don't just glance at a few of my other videos) my
Maverick project keeps getting derailed. Whether it's lack of funds, time,
space or energy, I keep losing momentum on that project.
I'm sure all hot rodders deal with this dilemma at some point.
So now I've got this cool '66 Ford Ranch Wagon and it's rough but it's a
runner and the more I drive it, the more I like it.
In this video I pose the question...
When is a project too much and how do you choose which project car to work
on when something more reasonable falls right in front of you?
I've never been this close to giving up on the Viper Maverick and putting a
for sale sign on it.
Please contribute in the comments section with advice.
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