This car really stands out on the track. First of all, it is a gorgeous looking thing, and that orange color really makes it stand out from the crowd. Even though it is 7 years old, it appears like it just came out of the factory. However, looks aren’t the only amazing thing about it, this thing also runs like a beast, and it does so in style, popping one huge wheelie after another. Such a cool ride!
Both of these rides are a magnificent example of what American car culture is all about. They are loud, proud and powerful, and today, they will face each other in an epic drag race. We honestly couldn’t say which car would be the favorite, as both the nitrous Camaro and the turbo Corvette are equally stunning. It is truly a race that can go either way. Check it out in the video below.
Ah, a Ford Mustang GT vs a BMW M5, how fun is this gonna be!? But just when an amazing race was about to take place, THIS happens! What!? ….Legend has it that this tire is still rolling down that drag strip….
The car caught fire inside the bumper due to the decel flames after racing a 1150whp Supra. Vette is a forged 408 with a f1x procharger and 2 stages of nitrous express at 100 shot each, a built 6 speed, and mark carlyle’s 15×10 billet specialties wheels with a mickey thompson x275.
BAD JUDGEMENT – A 526 cubic inch, blown hemi powered, alcohol-guzzling MACHINE made to destroy any competition that gets in it’s way! Since the guys at King of the Streets opened up the Unlimited class, this has opened the flood gates to allow an ANYTHING GOES style of no-prep racing! After winning the class, the drivers father boast that they’re ready to take on the Street Outlaws in OKC… we’d love to see that go down!
There’s a lot to be said about a 2nd Gen Camaro, however there’s more to be said about a twin turbo 3000 hp 2nd Gen Camaro. A Full steel car and all original glass windows, would you believe that this car is capable of 4 second passes? A Proline Motor equipped with two Precision Turbos gets this car down the 1/8th mile with a best time of 4.38 and also helps it destroy just about any car it lines up against!
It’s not everyday you see a street car dominate the competition at the drag strip! This super heavy Camaro may surprise you that it’s pushing almost 3000HP and destroys other cars drag racing. What do you think of it?
This original AC “Bull Dog” Mack was built in 1918, and only just discovered in a rusting heap. With a little work, the guys in this video were actually able to get it to crank over! It couldn’t maintain an idle, but it was an absolute miracle that the engine hadn’t seized after all these years. They pulled the Mack out of the woods, and after some work they were able to get this antique work horse up and running again.
The Ford flathead V8 is perhaps the most iconic V8 engine ever built. Its launch marked the beginning of affordable V8s in America, and ultimately helped spawn hot rod culture. Here’s a gorgeous time lapse showing the magnificent contraption getting a full rebuild.
Chevy’s small block V8 might be the most popular V8 of all time, but who knows if that engine ever would have debuted had it not been for Henry Ford’s decision to make an affordable, powerful V8 for the masses.
Launched in 1932 with 221 cubic-inches of displacement (3.6-liters) in a model called simply the Ford V8, the flatty was an engineering marvel thanks to its single-piece block casting, which included the cylinders and crankcase. But more importantly, Ford’s V8 just left its rivals in the dust.
The engine was so powerful, notorious gangster John Dillinger wrote to Henry Ford saying “I want to thank you for building the Ford V-8 as fast and as sturdy a car as you did.”
That’s a great endorsement, and Ford used it to promote the company’s V8 engines for decades, even after the flathead V8 faded away in the early 1950s.
So, with all of the Ford flathead V8’s rich history, watching one get torn apart and fully rebuilt is a bit of a magical experience.
All boiled down to an intense 6-minute video. Enjoy!
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