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CGR Garage - 1940 WILLYS PICKUP Muscle Machines review

1940 Willys Pickup Muscle Machines review. Classic Game Room presents a CGR Garage review of the 1940 WILLYS PICKUP Muscle Machines truck with a blazing loud pink paint job and gobs of chrome and attitude. '40 Willy Pickup is originally from Jeep. CGR 1940 Jeep Willys model car review features video review footage of the Original Muscle Machines Jeep Willys Pickup Truck.


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How To Replace Brakes On A Dump Truck (HD)
How To Replace Brakes On A Dump Truck (HD). In this video, our mechanic demonstrates how to replace brakes on an International Tandem Dump Truck. This brake job was performed at our yard on Saturday, 14 July 2012. The temperature on that day was approximately 95 degrees Fahrenheit and humidity was high. Watch as our skilled mechanic as he battles the impact wrench and high heat as he removes and handles the heavy truck tires, tools, and brake components. All four rear wheel sets were removed and new brakes installed. Total time required to complete this brake job was approximately three hours, including picking up the parts and supplies required to complete this project. The dump truck in this video is a 1997 4900 Series International Tandem Dump Truck. W.C. Black and Sons, Inc. is a state licensed general contractor in Charlotte, North Carolina, which specializes in residential and commercial Demolition, Excavating, Grading, Land Clearing, and Hauling services. If you require a competent site work contractor in the Charlotte area or within North or South Carolina, visit -- http://www.wcblackandsons.com for additional information about our company. Cameras used during the filming of this video: Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-HX200V Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-HX20V Video processing software used: Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 Video services by: Tier 1 SEO, LLC -- http://www.tier1seo.com

1940 Willys Cabover Slideshow 1
Getting started. Taking a 1992 Dodge 1 ton extended cab pickup. Lengthing and widening front fenders. Building a new 3 inch wider nose piece. Cutting body in half front to rear and widening it 4 inches. Lifting it on to dodge truck frame and getting it set where it will stay.

134344 / 1941 Willys Coupe
For more information on this vehicle visit http://tinyurl.com/lrr6qfe Featuring an impressive roster of components, a supple leather interior and an awesome 540 cubic inch Merlin V8, this head-turning custom is poised to draw big attention and take home very big trophies. This Willys is a high quality fiberglass tribute that's been hand-prepped, dipped in classy Burgundy Metallic two-stage, and finished to a much higher standard than anything that rolled off pre-war assembly lines. Take a look at our high resolution photos and you'll see that every panel is as flat as Kansas, with a shine that's only found on five-figure hot rods. At the touch of a button, a trick front clip tilts forward to reveal a highly polished powerplant. And even though there's no mistaking a Willys, this coupe has an identity all its own thanks to careful workmanship and excellent attention to detail. One thing you won't have to worry about is power. Thanks to a balanced, 540 cubic inch Merlin V8, which is fitted with a Dragonslayer crank, Callies rods, a custom Comp cam and JE pistons, this sleek street rod is more than just a pretty parking lot poseur! At the top of that World Products mill, coated Holley carburetors mix air from a polished, shotgun-style intake with a steady stream of high octane dinosaurs that travels through stainless lines, braided hoses, a chrome Mr. Gasket gauge and Aeromotive pressure components. At the base of those carburetors, a polished Weiand blower rides between familiar Edelbrock Performer RPM heads that anchor high quality Crane rockers under polished valve covers and chrome, bowtie-branded breathers. At the back of those heads, a modern points distributor sequences fire through red MSD Super Conductor plug wires. Cooling is provided by a polished Weiand water pump that's sandwiched between a polished overflow tank, two electric puller fans and a heavy duty Be Cool radiator. And Exhaust is handled by a pair of wrapped fender headers that look great next to the block's subdued silver casting. Behind that professionally built engine, a cooled TPI turbo-Hydramatic 400, which comes complete with automatic overdrive, spins a narrowed and braced Strange 9-inch and streetable 3.25 gears via a custom Denny's driveshaft. That first class drivetrain is held off the ground by a custom, square-tube chassis which, along with its suspension, has been bathed in a pleasant shade of Charcoal Gray to provide an excellent contrast to the car's clean, Maroon flanks. Speaking of that suspension, the front of this Willys utilizes a traditional Mustang II set up, which is equipped with tubular control arms, modern rack and pinion steering and standard Strange coil-overs, to mix a pleasant ride with vintage feel. And the back of the car combines a traditional ladder bar system with adjustable Strange coil-overs to provide drag strip worthy launches. And keeping all this muscle rolling down the road is a slick set of polished Boyd Coddington wheels that spin 26x8.00R18 Mickey Thompson Sportsmans in front of 31x18.00R20 Mickey Thompson Sportsmans. Pop this car's lightweight doors and you'll reveal a custom-tailored cabin that's ready for the road and equipped for the strip. Aftermarket, racing-style buckets are coddled by a 4-point roll bar and Pro Series G-Force harnesses. Auto Meter supplied the sporty looking gauges, which are arrayed across a body-matched dash. And the primary controls, a polished and wrapped steering wheel, a B&M Pro Stick shifter, polished pedals and a polished Ididit steering column, make it very easy to get very comfortable. If you're looking for a fully-sorted bruiser that's blindingly fast and aesthetically exhilarating, come in and experience this handsome Willys street rod! Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com today.

1952 Jeep Truck (unrestored)
Recently, when I was at a friends place, and he started and drove his '52 Jeep pick up. It didn't have any brakes, so a road test was out of the question. Just after this clip was taken I got to drive this Jeep. It was running very rough, and after some carburetor tuning it ran better, but still not great. We now think the timings off. PLEASE SUBSCRIBE, I'm always tinkering with something. Please watch my other videos on my channel also.

134369 / 1941 Willys Coupe
For more information on this vehicle visit http://tinyurl.com/m8qjx2r Shy of a '32 Ford, few cars can claim the hot-rodding history of the 1941-1942 Willys. It's a car so popular that, even today, the competition to create the World's Wildest Willys continues. Visually, this 1941 coupe is a contender for that title. Completed in 2012 and driven only 190 miles since, this is a trophy case waiting to happen - all it needs is someone to show it. For over 25 years, Outlaw Performance in Avonmore, Pennsylvania has been a leading supplier of custom fiberglass bodies and this spectacular coupe is a testament to just how well they've honed their craft. The outermost layer has been shot with a radiant coat of Candy Blue Metallic from the House of Kolors line and, in a world of red, yellow, and orange Willys, blue is a strong choice. The impressive paintwork is accented by hand-painted black, gray, and white pinstripes that form a grid pattern. It just wouldn't be a modern Willys build without a big block bulging through the hood. This coupe delivers on that front with a blown 502ci V8 fully dressed for show. The foundation is a GM Performance crate engine topped with factory heads, a polished 6-71 blower, dual Edelbrock four-barrel carburetors, and a chrome shotgun intake. Completed by an HEI ignition and ceramic coated headers, this is a serious motor all around. Underneath, a 2x4 box tube chassis with a Heidts Mustang II front clip serves as the foundation, rounded out by tubular A-arms, a 4-link, and coilovers all around. In the center, a tried and true TH400 3-speed automatic takes car of shifts, spinning power back to a Currie 9-inch center section stock with a limited slip and 4.10 gears. A manual rack-and-pinion keeps steering direct while giant Wilwood disc brakes rein in the 502 with ease. At the corners, Mickey Thompson wheels and tires tuck neatly into the fender wells. At first glace, the interior presents itself as a fairly straightforward affair but that first impression is deceiving. From the new carpet to the Procar seats, all soft surfaces look and feel great. Entertainment is provided by a Pioneer AM/FM/CD/DVD head unit with a 7-inch touch screen with Bluetooth connectivity and integrated navigation. Other highlights include Stewart Warner gauges, a polished tilt column, and custom door panels with stainless inserts. With its Candy Blue Metallic paint, ultra-low ride height, massive wheels, and polished shotgun intake on display, this car is a visual one-two punch sure to gain fans at any event it enters. Best of all, it backs those looks up with a serious powertrain ready to rumble at the turn of a key. If you've been entertaining the idea of building a Willys, save yourself a year worth of garage time. Call, click, or visit http://rkmotorscharlotte.com for more information!

Auto Graveyard I found in Littleton, MA.
While hiking in the woods in Littleton, MA. following a Deer trail I stumbled upon this Graveyard for old cars. It was a sad sight for me, being an old car enthusiast. I just don't understand how people can let this happen. 1st vehicle is a 70's Chevy Nova Hatchback unknown motor and transmission status. 2nd vehicle is an early 70's Ford Pick up with most of the motor intact most of the transmission intact. 3rd vehicle is an unknown year MG MGB GT Hatchback with most of the motor intact, transmission in the seat. 4th vehicle is an unknown year Willy's Wagon most of the motor intact, most of the transmission intact. 5th vehicle is what appears to be a 68 Chevy Camaro with most of the motor intact, most of the transmission intact. Vehicle sustained a minor front end collision, damage is consistent with that of a telephone pole or tree. 6th vehicle is what appears to be a 70 or 71 Camaro no motor or transmission. 7th vehicle is a late 60's early 70's Jeep Jeepster with most of the motor intact no transmission. 8th vehicle is what appears to be a 70 or 71 Chevy Camaro most of the motor intact, unknown transmission status.

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1938 Willys Pickup Colby Mattress Company
1938 Willys Pickup Colby Mattress Company Mike Brattland's hot rod, El Cajon, California www.gerlecreek.com mgbrattland@gerlecreek.com.Purchased in 1995 in original condition and built up as a hot rod with BB Ford 466, ford 429 6V Carguretion, Toploader 4speed, narrowed Ford 9 inch rear end 2010

1953 Willys Jeep Pickup Truck For Sale
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1940 Chevy Street Rod 468 Big Block Classic Muscle Car for Sale in MI Vanguard Motor Sales
http://www.ClassicCarBuyingSecrets.com Click now for an instant download on "How to Avoid the 7 Deadliest Mistakes of Buying a Classic Car Online"! 1940 CHEVROLET COUPE STREET ROD Drop Dead Gorgeous all I can SAY is WOW This is an extremely nice freshly built, award winning street rod. This car is ready for the upcoming indoor arena show season where it will compete with the best street rods in the country. Buy one that someone else put 80k into for a fraction of the cost Here are a few of the particulars: * The engine is a freshly built 454 cubic inch bored to a 468 Chevrolet with a mild competition cam shaft, roller rockers, Barry Grant 650 CFM carburetor, 200 horse power Nitrous Oxide kit only for show * The transmission is a rebuilt Chevrolet turbo 400 with a shift kit * The front suspension is a Billet Specialties front end kit using a Chrysler rack and pinion power steering. · It uses a posi-traction rear end with 3:55 gears and · air bag shocks · Front Disc Brakes · Power Steering * The interior is as nice as you will ever find using cream with ultra red accent and burgundy carpet. * It has an all Alpine stereo system including a 600 watt amplifier and Alpine speakers · Gauges are all new Classic · Air Condition * Boyd 15" rims and new BF Goodrich tires, the front are P2057015 and the rear are P2757015 * This car is painted a striking Ultra Red, it stands out from all the rest with its flawless body, all new chrome and all new glass. · The car does have 900 very careful miles on it just to make sure everything is as it should be. It drives like a brand new car, with no issues!! Call Tom Today I am available 7 days a week 248-974-9513 www.vanguardmotorsales.com tom@vanguardmotorsales.com

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1985 Nissan PICKUP 720 doublecab: 10.150 @ 137.340
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