Here is a gorgeous 1940 Ford Pickup Truck. Custom House of color candy apple red paint with tan interior. New 350 crate engine with TH350 transmission. New bed with wood kit with stainless & in bed gas tank. Ford 9 inch rear differential. All new weather stripping, glass, gauges, exhaust, tires & wheels. Custom interior with air conditioning & heat. Rack & pinion steering, headers, rear disc brakes, independent front suspension & all chrome has been redone & so much more. Complete frame off restoration.
350 crate engine with TH350 transmission
Custom House of color candy apple red paint with tan interior.
The first time you look at it, you just can’t believe it. It looks just like the scene from a movie about a madman! The video will make you jump right out of your chair.
We don’t know what these people were protesting for. But they had blocked a section of some highway.
We don’t know where exactly this happened, but supposedly this happened somewhere near Sao Paulo in Brazil. I for one totally don’t understand such means of protest. If you want to protest, go outside the town hall.
Have campaigns. But blocking public roads and not letting normal people go about their lives is just stupid.
Take a look at This 1972 Chevy Chevelle SS 454 Flowmaster, it Sounds Demonic!
For years now Flowmaster has been one of the most popular after-market exhaust systems and the go-to guys in order to get your ride sounding better than the rest of the pack.
This time it would seem that they have outdone themselves with one of the best sounding 1972 Chevelle SS 454 that we have ever heard.
The Chevrolet Chevelle SS is one of the coolest classic rides that everybody loves and the guys at Kinney’s muffler shop decided to give this car an exhaust system that would match the perfect looks of the car and they went with the Flowmaster Super 44 Custom Dual System.
So now apart from that perfect look, this car has the perfect soundtrack to go with it in order to paint the perfect classic American muscle car picture.
Check out the video turn up the speakers and enjoy this beautiful sounding 1972 classic.
It’s no secret to anyone that many people dream of buying their own car and save money to do so. When they finally achieve their goal, they literally get the most out of their new purchase. But there are also many stories in which vehicles are deliberately left unattended for a long time. Some people don’t seem to need a car and use it as an accessory, such as this Ferrari for patio decoration. Many expensive cars were kept out of the sunlight for years, something that will undoubtedly amaze the average person. But… let’s start from the beginning. In today’s video, we’ll tell you about a rare car that was underground for half a century. Who put it there and why? Let’s find out
We’ve said it before and we’ll stand by it time and again: when it comes to cold start badassness, it’s almost impossible to beat good old American muscle. Yes, there’s a certain appeal to a silky exotic firing up for the first time, and there’s always some gut reaction when a rattling diesel rumbles to life, but for just pure guttural intensity, a big block muscle car is simply the go-to.
While this car is obviously not rocking a stock big block, the effect is only amplified by whatever gnarly camshaft the owner has chosen and the great sounding exhaust that appears to dump under the car just in front of the rear end. This Chevelle sounds like every bit the monster GM engineers had to envision when they picture their creation taken to the next level once the modification process started in the owner’s hands. The gorgeous red and black paint are classic GM and scream “You don’t want none” to any potential opponent that may encounter this hotrod on the streets or even on the track.
Having received a totally new exterior for 1966 the Chevelle now looked much more like a scaled down version of Chevrolet’s full-size models. The sport coupes in particular closely the resembled the Impala with their fastback roofline.
Take a look at this spectacular restoration of a True 138 VIN car – the first 3 digits that signify the SS396 which was available as a convertible and the Aztec Bronze 2-door hardtop you see here.
The 396 V8 engine was launched towards the end of the 1965 model year as an option. However, only about 201 of them were sold due to its late launch. 1966 then saw it launch as the basis for the SS models and the Chevelle SS396 was born!
Super Sport identification included a script on the rear quarter panels, SS396 emblem on the blackened grille and also on the rear deck. Also featured was a twin power blister hood that made it stand out further from standard Chevelles.
Inside, the SS396 enjoyed bucket seats, center console and special instrumentation as standard. Having been an option during 1964 and 1965, the padded dash was now standard.
Under the hood, as you’d expect, there is a 396 cubic inch V8 that outputs 325 horsepower. It’s paired with a Muncie 4-speed manual transmission – a $210 option when the car was ordered new.
You can see on the left of this immaculate engine is the air compressor that forms part of the air conditioning. As a factory fitted option (original cost $413) it adds to the desirability of this amazing car.
If you wanted one back in 1966 the 2-door hardtop started at $2,776 and the convertible $2,984.
The Chevelle SS396 did well during the ’66 model year, with 72,272 of them being sold. This figure is made up of 66,843 hardtops and 5,429 convertibles.
Fins were getting smaller and 1964 was the last year they would appear on a Cadillac. It actually meant a sleeker, more clean look resulting in a beautiful car. You can see those lines on this 1964 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz convertible in Ebony Black.
With this car not being as flamboyant as Eldorados of the past, it makes this car a much more timeless, refined classic.
Not only were there only 1,870 of these cars ever made but it is believed that the 49,000 miles displaying on the odometer are original. It is likely that there are only around 500 of these care left in existence. Now, that’s got to be something special.
Another visual clue indicating this is an Eldorado Biarritz is the lack of fender skirts.
Cadillac were confident that the Eldorado was the most glamorous car in the world with interiors that used the finest leather in the world. There were eight color choices available and a center console and bucket seats were available for $188.
Power comes from a 429 cubic inch V8 producing 340 horsepower this is paired with a Turbo Hydra-Matic automatic transmission. This extremely reliable transmission is still highly regarded today.
The Eldorado Biarritz is 223.5″ long with a 129.5″ wheelbase and is 79.7″ wide.
As you would expect from a luxury car like this the brakes, steering, windows and seats are all powered and were standard features. Even the vent windows are powered!
Cadillac made just 1,870 Eldorado Biarritz Convertibles for 1964 at a base price of $6,630. This was around $1,000 more than the standard convertibles allowing the car to have more luxurious trim and more standard features. You did have to pay for the AM radio though which would have cost the original owner $165 with the rear speaker.
Other extras this car enjoys are: Automatic Climate Control air conditioning at $495 and tilt steering wheel ($48).
1968 Dodge Charger 383 did а few pulls оn the dynо аt the Mоpаr Cаr Shоw in Avоndаle, Arizоnа.
This Charger wаs very lоud аnd sоunded аmаzing оn the dynо.
We take you now to a Mopar Car Show, where amongst the other attractions, you have the option of putting your car on a dyno and find out what is the result of all that hard work, and was all that cash money well spent on extra parts.