Engine Biter and Car Crusher in Junkyard
Action at the junkyard of 109 U-PULL-IT. Here you will see the Engine Biter and the Car Crusher. The Engine Biter literally rips the engines out of the vehicles and the crusher crushes them flat as a pancake.
Put this on your Big Screen TV in full screen mode for a great picture. Shot with all professional large format HD cameras to give you the best picture and sound.
Big Trucks 4 Kids is about capturing any and all types of big trucks and equipment for kids to watch and get ideas from. Have them watch this and then let me play in the sandbox and their imaginations will thrive.
1966 Corvair Corsa Turbo.avi
Sorry for the shaky camera work.
This is a Canadian built car. One of 141 turbo coupe's built in 1966. This car was found just a few weeks before this video was taken. It was in a garage where it had been stored since the 1980's. At this point it had been washed once, fluids changed, breaks replaced along with a dual chamber master cylinder installation. This is a work in progress but I'm having a blast driving it while I fix it up.
The Corvair community as a whole has been really great in answering my questions and helping me out.
Corvair Monza SR
This 2011 prototype is a design projection of how Chevrolet's original 1963 Monza SS concept might have turned out, had it gone into actual production. It's a tribute to Larry Shinoda, who designed it and some of America's best known automobiles, the C2 Corvettes and later Boss Mustangs. It's also a tribute to Bill Mitchell, who had the design foresight to dream of this being a lower-priced brother to the Corvette. This version is 6% larger than the original, and has more modern lighting, so that it can better blend with today's denser, SUV -laden traffic.
We are using the model designation Monza SR, in deference to the original Monza SS concept and GM's recent decision renew trademark on the SS model name. As 2012 progresses, we are working toward making this car available as a limited-production kit that uses the future owner's existing Corvair powertrain in our own serial-numbered, tube-frame, rolling chassis/body combination. Check out our Flickr site: http://www.flickr.com/photos/mel_francis/