1974 luv truck
415 cu. in. small block chevy (735 hp n/a) + 2 stage Nitrous = 1100+hp
fully powdercoated tubular frame, high polished sheet metal interior
awesome truck runs in the 8's or better, fresh motor/drivetrain
over $125,000 invested,
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Gas Monkey Garage - Meet The Monkeys - Christie
Gas Monkey Garage presents: Meet The Monkeys, Christie Brimberry
An inside look video series taking fan questions from Social Media and
asking the team members directly to get to know the monkeys.
Fast N Loud Pool Scene Directors Cut
This is one of the deleted extended scenes from Fast N' Loud, and although
we doubt you want to see Tom in a bathing suit any more than you already
have, here it is anyway!
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WORLDS FASTEST TRUCK 2009 S10
WORLDS QUICKEST AND FASTEST TRUCK JOHN RUSSO IS DRIVING AND DAN PAGE IS THE
BUILDER AND TUNER NEW ENGLAND DRAGWAY IS THE TRACK
57 Chevy Race Truck with track footage
This 57' Chevy is owned by a man named Ricky. He has made one of the most
astonishing rides ever in Pro street racing. This truck will run in the 8's
all day moving the truck too 150 plus mph. The truck is all steel. And yes
the parashoot in the back is real.
Big Cam Big Block Camaro Loud Mufflers 4" Exhaust
This is a older video of a friends Camaro. It's a 477ci engine with
what sounds like a huge camshaft. This car has a four inch Exhaust system with moroso race mufflers and a
crossover pipe. It's very loud and has run in the 6.50s in the eighth mile.
The old white Chevy truck in the background is the starting point for the
582 video I have on here.
Muscle Truck vs. Baja Bug! 1974 Chevy C10 Battles Fred's Volkswagen Baja Bug - Roadkill Ep. 28
Remember the drag racing '74 Chevy Muscle Truck from Roadkill Episode 18?
It's back, but with a twist: it's gonna become a true dual-sport ride for
surf and turf, shedding its drag slicks for Super Swamper Boggers and
hitting the sand dunes...hard! And to prove that a lowered, two-wheel-drive
pickup can dominate the dunes, Freiburger and Finnegan set up a shootout
with Fred Williams from the Dirt Every Day series on the Motor Trend
channel. Fred brought out his '69 VW Baja Bug from DED Episode 23 and went
head to head with the Muscle Truck on the beach at Pismo, California.
The Roadkill/HOT ROD Magazine Muscle Truck is a '74 Chevy C10 shortbed,
stepside, with a GM LS6 crate engine (like the all-aluminum V8 found in a
C6 ZO6 Corvette). It's stock other than a small crane cam, midlength
headers, and a new addition for this episode: MSD's Atomic EFI (the truck
used to run a carburetor). The Atomic setup is atop a BBK intake manifold,
and uses a stock LS1 throttle body. That legendary Exhaust sound comes
from 3-inch pipe with 4-inch Dynomax Bullet race mufflers.
The truck's transmission is a JW turbo
400 backed by a Gear Vendors over/underdrive unit. And it really needs
overdrive because the Ford 9-inch rear carries 5.13 gears and a spool. The
suspension features dropped spindles and Ridetech Strong Arms and air bags
up front. In the rear, two leaves were removed from the stock spring packs,
they were flipped under the axle, and traction is delivered by Caltrac's
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Turn & Burn: The Thunderbird Rises Again - Episode 3
Turn & Burn: The Thunderbird Rises Again - Episode 3
Brother JD slams to get two vintage cars auction-ready in one week: a 1966
Ford Thunderbird that's been sitting in Willie the Pearl's yard for more
than six years; and a 1965 Chrysler Newport picked up from a local dealer.
Resurrecting the T-Bird proves to be more than JD bargained for, and a
quickie paint job on the Newport threatens to leave EL Rey's high and
dry--and penniless--at auction.
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Discovery Channel's Fast N' Loud ( Gas Monkey Garage ) Upgrades New Shop
Everything is bigger and Texas and when Discovery Channel's Hit show, Fast
n' Loud needed a bigger shop for the business Gas Monkey Garage, they knew
they needed Kaeser.
To run a large shop with continuous cfm from your compressor requires a
special partner. Custom car shops and collision repairers around the
country choose Kaeser when they want the very best.
Known for the quiet run and little to no maintenance cost, Kaeser also is
innovative in it's integrated filters and overall air quality.
When it comes to pneumatic tools having clean dry air ensures your
equipment investment will last a lifetime. If your painting, then clean dry
air is a MUST and the worlds top custom painters, only use Kaeser.
When we decided to move the shop, we needed a new compressor. We were
running on a dilapidated old piston compressor that made a ton of noise,
barely kept up whenever we’re running 2 air tools at the same time.
I’ve got a bigger crew I’ve got paint shot here, glass cabinets and
I’ve got 4 workstations so I need a lot of air. Naturally only had one
choice and that was to get Kaeser. So we gave them a call we found a
compressor system that would work best for us and what we decided to go
with a pair of fifteen horsepower twin screw
compressors this is exactly what we need. Incredibly quiet, incredibly
efficient and the fact that they can work together, they can take or for
each other, it would absolutely meet our demands here between the paint
booth, between doing mechanic work, glass cabinet, the 15 horse pair is
absolutely going to get everything done that combined with the smart pipe
system actually made install a breeze and we were had been working on cars
and moving the shop at the same time so the fact that we could get the
system in, up and running a couple days was just that…that was worth the
investment alone we’ve got a lot of distance to cover here so we had to
put in 2 tanks and constant pressure like that is just perfect because I
might have KC in the pain booth painting, I might add the other guys out in
the rest of the paint shop using air for their sanding and grinding and
what have you and on this side of the shop I’ve got cars going up and
down and being worked on in air compressed tools. So to have enough supply
was the most important to us. The thing about their smart pipe system is I
can grow any direction and as fast as possible so we can slice it throw in
a new connect there, and we’re up and running it isn’t a long process
as easy to do and that was very important to us because we’re growing all
day every day.