Shelby GT500 Super Snake Crash in front of Camaro Car Show
An unfortunate Supersnake owner pulls out of the ford dealership and attempts to show off in front of a bunch of Camaros in Wyoming. These cars should require a mandatory course at skip barber driving school to understand car control before taking ownership. As far as I know nobody was seriously hurt, but seeing the needless destruction of such a fine car is a tragedy.
Eleanor GT500E test drive, upset neighbor :"( he no like (turn up volume at the end)
Brining Eleanor fans and collectors a piece of Gone in 60 Seconds History into their homes, by Building one Eleanor at a time :)
ill soon give this guy a ride, ill update description with the link when it happens :)
For Sale: http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Ford-Mustang-GT500E-1968-Ford-Mustang-GT-Shelby-GT500-Eleanor-GT500E-Gone-60-Seconds-Recreation-/220914798858?pt=US_Cars_Trucks&hash=item336f8c510a ... so far i have 10 miles on the odometer, and everything is feeling good and smooth
my street is straight and only has like 4 homes on it, so i figured its a safe spot to do a few up and down runs, and no kids and no schools, my neighbor comes to get the mail and thinks im fly around doing 100mph, yes in lower gear its gonna sound beast! lol ... he probably likes chevys
Andy's Muddy Hole (no homo)
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My buddy Andy gets his '08 Dodge Powerwagon un-stuck from a clay-filled mud-hole. Ford used as an anchor-point for the Powerwagon's built in winch.
He is Feathering the throttle, NOT BOUNCING OFF THE LIMITER, so don't post dumb comments about his motor blowing up or "engine damage" because they will be deleted!
Rita (opala)- difusor de escapamento
galera to vendendo o opala do video olha o link ai
1966 GM "New Look" Bus Destruction
This is a 1966 GM "New Look" Bus. Total weight 20,200 lbs without seats. This bus was originally delivered to the Baltimore-Annapolis Railroad in March of 1966 along with 4 other GM SDM busses. Its final resting place was Nampa, ID.