1937 Harley Flathead reaches speed of 148mph at Bonneville
Paul Friebus of American Cycle Fabrication sets a Land Speed Record on his 1937 Harley Flathead at Bonneville 2009. His fastest speed was 148.166mph making it the fastest naturally aspirated Flathead at Bonneville.
Darracq V8 1905 Land speed record holder
This is the engine out of the 1905 Darracq
The engine is the original but the car is a replica
It is a V8 of over 25 Litres capacity (approx 1550 Cubic inches)used in the
setting of the land speed record of about 108MPH (174KPH) in 1905
To find out more about this remarkable vehicle http://www.darracq-v8.co.uk/
MUST HEAR engine sound Pre War Nitro burning flathead 1932 AV8 Ford hot rod race car
This roadster was originally built in 1937 by Sandy Belond and Sam Hanks to
race on the SoCal dry lakes. My friends always kid me saying it isn't
authentic until you run like he did on nitro; Cheers guys, 58% Methanol 20%
Nitro 20% Gas 2% castro oil. This fuel made it possible for Belond to run
125.854 mph in 1942 at a REVS meet held at Muroc; argueably the fastest
speed ever by a pre-war hot rod roadster.
El Diablo Run: A Mexican Motorcycle Adventure DVD EDR Film
Ever wonder what happens when a few hundred bike riders with an insatiable
taste for fire, beer and mayhem ride hand-built choppers across twisty,
pitted tarmac from SoCal to Baja and back? The El Diablo Run gives
freedom-lovers a chance to go places and do things that are simply not
possible at home in the USA. Follow this eclectic band of Diablo runners as
they comb the beaches, brothels and back alleys of San Felipe and Ensenada
on a quest for cheap tacos, loose women and good times.
The El Diablo Run: A Mexican Motorcycle Adventure DVD is now available!
Complete with free soundtrack CD and 24-page photo book for only $24.99!
More info available at www.eldiablorun.com and www.lowbrowcustoms.com.