The Tony Parella Corvette Collection
Tony Parella overcame a birth defect to become a successful
businessman and entrepreneur. He also became a Corvette
enthusiast and personally restored most of the cars in his outstanding
collection in Texas.
He also had a dream of giving back for the advantages he had inspite of the
disadvantages he was born with. His story is inspiring and he's profiled
in this episode of a proposed TV series called 'VetteCollections'.
New World's Fastest Car! Ford GT Bad v8 1700 Hp - 455.817 km/h ( Guinness World Records )
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Performance Power Racing Re-Sets the Guinness World Records holding for
Fastest Standing Mile-Street Car at 283.232 mph
Johnny Bohmer Owner of Performance Power Racing and Driver of the World
Famous BADD GT, along with Matt Lundy, Lead Design Tech, piloted the 1700+
horse power Ford GT down NASA's Shuttle Landing Facility Runway this week
setting a new Guinness World Record at 283.232 mph in the Standing Mile.
The Standing Mile is an event in which a vehicle, from a dead stop,
accelerates completely through the one mile mark.
Limerock Vintage Corvette 2nd Practice Session
Sept 4, 2009 Seven Corvettes practice at the Limerock, CT 27th Annual
Vintage Festival. Two 1965, two 1967, two 1969 and one 1970 fo battle with
McLaren, Lotus, Jaguar, Ferrari, Paw-sha, Ford GT40, Cobra and a gaggle of
Rustangs. Watch the White 1967 convertible # 57 as he was practicing to
ther limit. DocRebuild.com at work. It's a hoy, smoky, smelly, dirty job,
but somebody/s gotta do it.
SVRA at Sebring 2013 trackside video high quality
This is the best 4 minutes of trackside video. This was shot at the Spring
Vintage Classic with SVRA. If you like videos like this, please subscribe
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McCulloch Kart Promotion Movie circa 1961
Digitally restored by http://VintagePowerSport.com - from 16mm film.
This video featuring actor Don Knots, reflects the humor of the time while
providing a little insight into the design & manufacture of the short lived
line of McCulloch racing karts. While McCulloch manufactured kart racing
motors from 1959 to 1977, they only made karts for a couple years during
the boom of kart racing. That boom was quickly followed by a Bust, and many
kart manufacturers went out of business, this is when McCulloch stopped
making karts. McCulloch kart engines were by far the most popular engines
used on all karts at the time, and the engine side of the business remained
worth while for McCulloch for many years until a combination of new owners
and a drop in sales volume marked the end of an era for McCulloch. The
Yamaha KT100 and Briggs & Straton 5hp engines quickly replaced the hole
left by McCulloch exit from karting.
The engine Don is holding in the beginning of the video would be an MC6
kart engine, based on the date and what details can actually be seen.
McCulloch intentionally did not say what model it was, probably because
they were releasing new models about every 6-12 months at the time due to
the highly competitive environment.
Learn more about vintage racing karts at
http://VKAKarting - the Vintage Karting Association
http://RearEngineKarts.com - early era karts only
(VintagePowerSport.com has copyright usage permission from McCulloch Racing
for distribution of McCulloch media)