Neil's Car Works!
Neil built this car - literally - from the ground up! This video shows him
driving it for the first time. Dane and I are soo proud of him (the video
August 24, 2009.
Dane is 2 years old, mommy is 9 months pregnant, and daddy's car works!!
FSO Polonez Caro Tribute BOKIEM!
Tribute to the last mass production Polish car with lots of powersliding.
Film miał montażem wgniatać w fotel. Niestety udało się to tylko w 70%
gdyż Movie Maker z jakiegoś powodu kompletnie nie radzi sobie z szybkimi
sekwencjami fotograficznymi. Może ktoś poleci lepszy i darmowy software?
home-made 425 Oldsmobile powered death trap
Don't laugh to hard at this. My buddy's dad build himself a rail job
(death trap) race car, powered by a Oldsmobile 425 big block. Once again I
don't have all the info but it does have an Edelbrock intake and a Holley
carb. The Exhaust is running out open
manifolds. Also has airbag suspension in the back and some fat Mickey T's.
Check out the HUGE steering wheel, it's bigger than the actual wheels.
Gets crazy going down the road. Thankfully he never actually took it to
the track. It became doner parts for other projects. Have fun!!!!
Locost Adjustable Front Suspension - Part 3 of 3 - Coilover Shocks
A simple approach to an adjustable front suspension for a locost sevenesque
roadster . You can build a double wishbone suspension using off-the-shelf
parts and nearly any donor with just a tape measure and this simple DIY
process. The key to this solution is adjustability in those components
that matter the most (and that you can realistically control).
Buggy Build 2.0 19-Sep-09
Buggy Build 2.0 - Please do not ask for plans - they do not exist.
This buggy is complete and I have ride videos posted. Check my channel for
the newer videos. I usually post new videos after each ride. For more info
on this and other builds check out www.minibuggy.net, a free forum for mini
First Time Out 1967 - Lotus 49
This film tells the story of the legendary Lotus 49, when it won the
Zaandvoort Grand Prix at its first outing.
Featuring drivers such as Graham Hill, Jackie Stewart, and Jimmy Clark,
this film captures a unique moment in the history of motor racing.