Car Crash Compilation # 63
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1957 Devin Special Vintage Race Car All Aluminum Buick V8
1957 Devin Special for sale! The "Gary Special", S-71527 racer purpose
built at Devin's El Monte, CA location. Raced in California by Don
McQuilken, and later by Donald Shaw in Canada. Has had a complete body off
restoration. The engine is a race built Buick 215 alloy V8 engine running
10:1 compression, aluminum radiator, Edelbrock carburetor, Offenhauser
intake and valve covers running to an aluminum T-10 4 speed manual
transmission with a hydraulic clutch. All inner body panels and firewall
are aluminum. Reupholstered aluminum seats, new interior and carpet. Rack
and pinion steering, front disc brakes, quick release steering wheel, rear
aluminum finned drum brakes, coil over front suspension, and leaf springs
in the rear connecting to the highly modified TR chassis. New Dayton wire
wheels with knock offs wrapped in BF Goodrich radial performance tires, and
turn signals for road use. Thanks for taking a look!
The "Gary Special" was race purpose built at the Devin, El Monte, CA
location with the assistance of James Gary, Esq. The car was entered in the
1957 Concours d'Elegance and participated in several California races in
1957. The car was featured in several Devin ads.
Following the 1957 season, the car was sold to Donald Shaw in Ontario,
Canada. Shaw raced the car through several seasons. At some point, the car
was re-powered with a race purpose built Buick 215.
This is a complete body-off restoration. The engine was completely rebuilt
to original specs, but de-tuned from CR 12.7/1 to 10/1. Aluminum radiator,
electric fan with aluminum shroud, Edelbrock carb., aluminum Offenhauser
intake and valve covers. Hydraulic clutch, aluminum T-10 four-speed
transmission. All inner panels and firewall are aluminum. Body was
undamaged. Original 72-spoke wires with Pirellis (available) were replaced
with new chrome knock-off Daytons and BFG performance tires. Aluminum seats
reupholstered, new interior and carpet. Steering column replaced with
Ididit, quick-release steering wheel, turn signals for road use. Rack and
pinion steering, front disc brakes, rear finned aluminum drum brakes.
Coil-over front suspension and leaf spring on highly modified TR chassis.
Prior to completion, car was shown at 2011 Detroit Autorama, 4th Place and
St. Johns Concours d'Elegance 2011.
Filmed at Gateway Classic Cars near St Louis, Missouri
The background music track is Whiskey on the Mississippi by Kevin MacLeod.
Available under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported license.
Instruments: Guitar, Bass, Kit, Organ, EP
With a jumping bass and off-beat syncopation, this is straight from
Memphis' Beale Street. The Hammond organ and electric guitar play together
as longtime friends, while the melody changes hands from guitar to organ to
electric piano. 011
Bouncy, Grooving 2010
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auto racing aluminum Buick V8 engine high performance sports car "race car"
"hot rod" "sports car" Gateway Classic Cars RamblinAround rambling vlog hd
Vernasca Silver Flag 2013 parte1
Anche nel 2013 il CPAE ha organizzato la bella manifestazione per auto
storiche Vernasca Silver Flag. Nel video ho ripreso le auto mentre
transitano a Lugagnano Val d'Arda provenienti da Vernasca e dirette a
Castell'Arquato,per prepararsi per la seconda salita della giornata.
Purtroppo nel video non sono presenti diverse auto,già transitate quando
ho potuto iniziare a filmare
Devin Crosley Project
A friend of mine took on this project from a person from ILL. Then it came
to my shop for work. The car is a Devin fiberglass body over a home made
frame . The drive train is from a Crosley. We thought the car was from the
early to mid 50's . It was found in Indiana mostly complete.
The engine that was in the car was rusted bad in the cylinders . And would
need to be sleeved . But the bottom end was in good shape.
The owner of the car supplyed another engine that was an outboard boat
engine. This engine was from what I was told at the time an OMC . When
crosley went belly up , the rights to the engine were sold to OMC. They re
did the engine to run standing upright for outboard use. Kind of neat.
The boat engine was in good shape. So I used the upped jug , pistons , rods
on the lower end of the car engine. With new bearings , rings , seals , cam
, oil pump , and gaskits. Put the engine together. I painted it detroit
diesel silver to give the engine that " Offy look " we were looking for.
I remade the rad mounts , front engine mount , and master cylinder mounts .
Rebuilt the brake system which had the Goodyear Hawley disc brake set up on
the car. I had someone make up wheel adaptors to mount on knock off spoke
I got the engine into the car , made up a new fire wall out of aluminum .
Cleaned and painted the MG TF transmission . Had to rework the adaptor for
the trans so it would work better. Was almost to the finsh , when my friend
became very sick. Shortly after , he passed away. The owner of the car
picked it up . and I haven't seen it since. So I don't really know what
happened to it.
But in all , it was a very fun and challenging project that i'll never
Sadly , many of the pictures I took along the way of this project were
taken. What you see , are the picture I have left to remember what I did.
This build happened between 02 and 03.
Thanks for taking the time to watch and read all of this.
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not trained mechanics. We like to make interesting car mods and show you
how we've gone about it, but we can't promise that anything we show you
will work for your particular car, or that you won't harm yourself, someone
else, your car or your warranty doing it. Please be safe, be responsible
and unless you know what you're doing, do not fool around with very serious
machinery just because you've seen us make it look so easy. Talk to a
qualified mechanic if you are in any doubt.
60 Automobiles de la Collection Baillon
The Collectors’ Car Department at Artcurial has discovered 60
collectors’ automobiles, all major marques dating from the early days of
the motor car through to the 1970s. Found following fifty years of lying
dormant, the Baillon collection will be sold by Artcurial Motorcars in the
first part of the traditional sale at Retromobile Salon, on 6 February
2015, in Paris.
These motor cars have been tucked away in a property in the West of France,
under makeshift corrugated iron shelters and in various outbuildings.
Le département voitures de collection d’Artcurial a découvert 60
automobiles de collection de grandes marques, des débuts de l’automobile
aux années 70. Retrouvées après 50 ans de sommeil, la collection Baillon
sera vendue aux enchères par Artcurial Motorcars en première partie de la
traditionnelle vente du Salon Rétromobile, le 6 février 2015, à Paris.
Ces automobiles dormaient dans l’ouest de la France, sous des abris de
fortune, recouvertes de tôles ondulées et sous les auvents des
dépendances de la propriété.
Devin SS Test run of Chassis
This is the LS1-powered Devin SS chassis my father and I have built over
the last few years of weekend work. Mind you, we have no prior experience
of building a car from scratch, so this is an entirely new experience for
us. The chassis is built out of .120" x 2" x 4" steel tubing, with .120" x
1" x 2" support bracing for engine and transmission. We think the chassis
as you see it here weighs about 1300 lbs, but we have no concrete
information other than estimating. Here's a breakdown of the parts:
Chassis is custom built by us. You can download a Google Sketch-up 3D model
of the chassis here that is 1:1 scale with key measurements, made by me.
[LINK coming soon]
Engine - 2000 Camaro
Transmission - 2000 Camaro T-56 6 spd
Driveshaft - custom made steel
IRS - 1983 Jaguar XKE, narrowed by a few inches on each side (I think it
was 5 inches per side), but we narrowed it too much and had to buy rear
wheel spacers, hubs re-drilled for 5 x 130mm lugs
IFS - Welder series "Mustang II" coil-over suspension kit
(Thank you Welder Series folks for an amazing product and great tech
Front Hubs - Mustang 2,
chevy single piston calipers, re-drilled hubs for 5 x 130mm lugs
Wheels - Porsche (something) 5 x 130mm
Radiator - Porsche 944 turbo (mid '80s I
guess), but this might change since ours has a leak and they are about $300
Gas tank - NHRA approved fuel cell. I think it's 18 gallons, give or take.
Fuel pump/regulator - Got it from Speedway
Break Master Cylinder - 95 Honda Accord 4 cyl
Clutch Master Cylinder - CNC-type master cylinder. 3/4" bore
For the slave cylinder, we used brake line to a 3 AN adapter, and put this
part into the slave cylinder after removing the roll pin
Including all components and materials, not including the body, I think
we're into the chassis about $4500. Doesn't include labor or blood lost
cutting ourselves on various sharp bits of metal or welder burns.
As I remember more, I'll add it to the description for as long as YouTube
will let me.
Right at the end of the video, we blew a fuel line up at the rail, thus
then panicked shut-down.
Shelby Cobra replica by west coast, Inc.
this is a cobra replica from a canadian company called west coast dreams.
it is longer and wider than the original to provide more space inside. and
it sits on a full race frame.