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Junkyard Truck [S4 Ep.2-1]

On this episode, Stacey goes where all of us have been before to pull an old derelict SEMI TRUCK ('69 Loadstar/International) out of a quiet junkyard to demonstrate the steps necessary to get an old, neglected vehicle running again. From rat's nests to chicken poop, it's all here as Stacey slowly coaxes the old truck back to life. This show definitely drives the point home that if something like this can be revived, there's NOTHING that you should be afraid to tackle as long as you are armed with a set of tools and a sense of adventure! Go get 'em!


 


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Junkyard Truck [S4 Ep.2-2]
On this episode, Stacey goes where all of us have been before to pull an old derelict SEMI TRUCK ('69 Loadstar/International) out of a quiet junkyard to demonstrate the steps necessary to get an old, neglected vehicle running again. From rat's nests to chicken poop, it's all here as Stacey slowly coaxes the old truck back to life. This show definitely drives the point home that if something like this can be revived, there's NOTHING that you should be afraid to tackle as long as you are armed with a set of tools and a sense of adventure! Go get 'em!





Heavy Metal Tow Truck [S7 Ep. 2-1]
Today on GEARZ, project Heavy Metal is back as Stacey rolls the old International cab over truck into the shop so he can outfit it with a vintage Holmes dual wrecker bed. It is auto recycling at its best as the big truck continues to come together using parts from a junkyard wrecker, swap meet vintage beer kegs, and even some new aftermarket parts. If you've always thought that you had to spend big money to build a unique vehicle, this "Heavy Metal" truck will not only change your mind, but probably have you digging through old junkyards and checking out pastures in hopes of finding a vintage truck project of your own! That's a typical reaction...and that's typical for GEARZ!





Heavy Metal Tow Truck/ Edwards Manufacturing [S7 Ep. 9-1]
What is cooler than a vintage tow truck? ...Nothing! ... and Stacey proves that point by rolling Heavy Metal back into the GEARZ shop to outfit it with new electric winches, and an amazing custom tool box and light bar. This '69 International cabover truck may have been rescued from a junkyard, but it won't be long before this truck starts pulling off rescues of its own! This is recycling at its best! Then ride along with Stacey and crew as they travel to Minnesota and get the story on Edwards Manufacturing and how they have managed to stay in business for over a hundred years building simple tools. It's all good, and it's all GEARZ!!





LMC Truck: Shortbed Conversion [S7 Ep. 3-1]
Everybody wants a classic short bed pickup. Unfortunately short beds are hard to find for a good price... but, long beds are a dime-a-dozen, and cheap! The solution?...chop a long bed down! That is exactly what Stacey does on this episode of GEARZ. He takes a classic 67 Chevy long bed, and walks you through the way to cut the frame properly, so you have a safe and reliable truck when you are done. If you've heard about this kind of modification, but always thought it was too difficult or involved for you to do, you need to watch this episode of GEARZ and let the cutting begin!





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Sgt.Rock/ Heavy Metal Tow Truck [S7 Ep. 11-1]
Today on GEARZ, Stacey rolls in SGT. ROCK to take care of things like steering, brakes, and the Exhaust system. With a quick trip to Stainless Works for a custom set of headers and Exhaust system, and with the layout of the four-wheel hydraulic steering, It won't be long before this big military beast will be rolling under its own power. After that, He takes on some seating issues in the Heavy Metal tow truck. Just because a project may have come out of a junkyard, doesn't mean it has to continue to look like junk. Stacey proves that by adding a custom bomber-style seat to this already VERY unique vehicle... If you're looking for creative solutions to common restoration issues, this episode of GEARZ is the one to see!





Junkyard Truck [S4 Ep.2-3]
On this episode, Stacey goes where all of us have been before to pull an old derelict SEMI TRUCK ('69 Loadstar/International) out of a quiet junkyard to demonstrate the steps necessary to get an old, neglected vehicle running again. From rat's nests to chicken poop, it's all here as Stacey slowly coaxes the old truck back to life. This show definitely drives the point home that if something like this can be revived, there's NOTHING that you should be afraid to tackle as long as you are armed with a set of tools and a sense of adventure! Go get 'em!





The Blown Ranger [S6 Ep.14-1]
One of the hottest vehicles to hit the gear head world is the Side-by-Side, or Utility Vehicle. Once relegated to just farm or ranch work, the UTV is now something that you will see being used for Hunting, Fishing, Camping, Landscaping....virtually ANY kind of outdoor work or recreation. Of course that means the aftermarket is full of things to make an UTV better. Today on GEARZ, Stacey takes a Polaris Ranger and decks it out with a 3 ½" lift, bigger tires and axles, winches front and rear, and all kinds of other cool things to build an all-terrain vehicle that will really shine on the trail or off. After that he gives you a sneak peek at the new Ironworker that has everybody talking. If you work a lot with metal, you need this machine!





HEAVY METAL Exhaust [S6 Ep.12-3]
Today on GEARZ, Stacey rolls Heavy Metal back into the shop and begins to lay out some of the incredible modifications that he is going to be doing on this old junk yard '69 International Cabover truck. A custom four-link air suspension goes on first, and then a slick air brake system to pull this big monster to a stop. A custom Exhaust is also laid out, along with numerous other modifications to make this a one of a kind rig. If you have ever wondered if a Cabover could make a cool hot rod, you need to check this out. From there it's off to the movies as Stacey digs into the impact and influence movie cars have on our lives and culture. To prove that point, He brings in actor Dax Shepard and his cool '67 Lincoln Continental that are both starring in the new movie "Hit and Run". So strap in and hold on, 'cuz we might get airborne on this ride!





Speed Racer/ The Real Mach 5 [S4 Ep.3-3]
On this episode of GEARZ, Stacey digs into one of the most influential cars and cartoons in our history -- Speed Racer and the Mach 5. This show not only takes you thru the history of the cartoon, but also its cultural impact on multi-generations as well. But that's not all, Stacey manages to "borrow" the real Mach 5 and put it thru the paces against Racer X and other challengers. If you've never crossed the line between fact and fiction, real and imagined, we invite you to do it now with Stacey. Go... Speed Racer... Go!





Rat Rod Custom 1950 Mercury Rescue! - Roadkill Episode 21
It's always a good idea to buy a car off the Internet sight-unseen, right? That's what a friend-of-a-friend of Roadkill did with the kustom Merc—and maybe he made an even worse decision when he allowed Freiburger and Finnegan to wrench on the thing and deliver it to him. This deal was set up by a Roadkill fan, Jim Norman of Norman Vinyards in Paso Robles, California. The road trip involves the '69 El Camino from Episode 4, The Dog from Episodes 4 and 17, lots of burnouts with the guys from Hot Rod Ranch - http://www.hotrodranchcustoms.com - and plenty of fun with Alex Gambino of Gambino Kustoms - http://www.facebook.com/gambino.kustoms Roadkill appears every fourth Friday on the Motor Trend channel. http://www.youtube.com/motortrend Subscribe now to make sure you're in on all the action! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=motortrend Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/RoadkillShow, http://facebook.com/motortrendmag & http://facebook.com/hotrodmag Twitter - http://twitter.com/motortrend & https://twitter.com/hotrodmagazine Google+ - https://plus.google.com/1018679678590... Website - http://www.motortrend.com & http://www.hotrod.com





HEAVY METAL Suspension [S6 Ep.12-2]
Today on GEARZ, Stacey rolls Heavy Metal back into the shop and begins to lay out some of the incredible modifications that he is going to be doing on this old junk yard '69 International Cabover truck. A custom four-link air suspension goes on first, and then a slick air brake system to pull this big monster to a stop. A custom Exhaust is also laid out, along with numerous other modifications to make this a one of a kind rig. If you have ever wondered if a Cabover could make a cool hot rod, you need to check this out. From there it's off to the movies as Stacey digs into the impact and influence movie cars have on our lives and culture. To prove that point, He brings in actor Dax Shepard and his cool '67 Lincoln Continental that are both starring in the new movie "Hit and Run". So strap in and hold on, 'cuz we might get airborne on this ride!





Heavy Metal Tow Truck [S7 Ep. 2-2]
Today on GEARZ, project Heavy Metal is back as Stacey rolls the old International cab over truck into the shop so he can outfit it with a vintage Holmes dual wrecker bed. It is auto recycling at its best as the big truck continues to come together using parts from a junkyard wrecker, swap meet vintage beer kegs, and even some new aftermarket parts. If you've always thought that you had to spend big money to build a unique vehicle, this "Heavy Metal" truck will not only change your mind, but probably have you digging through old junkyards and checking out pastures in hopes of finding a vintage truck project of your own! That's a typical reaction...and that's typical for GEARZ! Part 2





Mackey's Hot Rods Inc. - Life and Times
Day to Day bullshit around the shop at Mackey's Hot Rod Shop in Huntington Beach, CA. http://www.mackeyshotrods.com http://www.facebook.com/mackeyshotrods VIDEO by-Lance Sheidenberger @ http://www.jasalounge.com





more semi truck junk yard pictures #5
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