DeLorean #3352 restoration www.delorean.co.uk
This video is cut together from the footage I shot over the course of restoring #3352 from a barn-find in Ohio to a UK registered car with 2.5 Renault turbo engine. I stripped down and rebuilt so much that it's easier for me to list the things I didn't do: I didn't remove the doors, the glass, the left front fender or the wiring loom. The engine was assembled from a donor from a crashed Alpine GTA, but the ancillaries (turbo, chargecooler, engine management, Exhaust, intake manifold) were taken from an earlier conversion which had been abused and whose engine was totally worn out after approx 20,000 miles. This is why not everything is new and shiny.
65 Mustang Fastback Restoration Project
This is my 1965 Mustang Fastback I rescued from a field rusting away. I finished it around July of 2008 in my back yard garage with no professional assistance at all. It took me about 26 months to complete. It has a 302 Ford motor and an 5 Speed manual transmission. I restored this car to the information on the original data plate on the door that included the body color and interior. The stripe is unique in that I added a darker red to the Poppy Red body color to get a stripe that is a little darker but blends in with the factory color. This car features four wheel disc brakes made from all Ford parts.
Man Transforms 'Back To The Future' Cars Into Bizarre Creations
Man Transforms 'Back To The Future' Cars Into Bizarre Creations Barcroft Cars - The Home Of Amazing Car Stories Online SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/1sHvkD5 A MAN who collects DeLorean cars has transformed the classic Back To The Future vehicles into a monster truck, a limousine, a hovercraft, a convertible and a Time Machine Replica. Rich Weissensel, a software engineer, is fanatic about the two-door sports car and owns five custom creations – including a stretched DeLorean Limousine - and three stock DeLoreans. The 50-year-old has re-modeled the stainless-steel shape of the iconic cars into bizarre and brilliant automotive creations in an ongoing, 14-year series of projects. The projects started after Rich met the car's founder John DeLorean at the Cleveland DeLorean Car Show in 2000 and showed him some of his ideas and sketches. Rich from Chicago, Illinois, built a custom hovercraft using the stainless steel panels of the DeLorean and a hovercraft cushion which allows the DeLorean to float over any surface. Videographer / Director: Ruaridh Connellan Producer: Amanda Stringfellow Editor: Kyle Waters / Sonia Estal FACEBOOK: Like Barcroft Cars - http://on.fb.me/1sZ5NGR TWITTER: Follow @BarcroftCars - http://bit.ly/Zy31LB WEBSITE: For licensing & business enquiries, visit the Barcroft Media site - http://bit.ly/19OYwp