Discussion in 'Small Block Mopar Engine' started by Bigdummy, Jun 25, 2018.
Says I can't play the video.
Not your everyday grocery getter
You guys will need to go to youtube.com to watch it.
That thing is an ANIMAL!
Wap, Wap, wap. 60 mph and he spins tires.
Looks to be a bit of a handful to drive. And it goes. Can tell he knows that stretch of road too. Bikers didnt know what to think...
Yeah he's fast but he still needs to tighten up his rear view mirror!
Overbuilt is the way that goes. I have noticed many here that have to have the ultimate hot rod engine and it is fun to drive but uncontrollable.
Fun ride-along. I enjoyed it. Altho a bit worrisome at times, but nice brakes.
I thought that passing manouver was a bit touchy. I remember this car, this is the last video I saw some time ago. I thought then, JEEZUZ!!
This appears to be Duncan Bay / Campbell River up on Vancouver Island LMAO found it on Google maps!!
I little scary on two lane/two way road. I guessed correctly that he had a 4.56 rear end before I read the comments. (I had a 273 Valiant with 4 speed/4.56).
Campbell River b.c. nice
I'd sure like to know WHY IN HELL you cannot multi quote on this site. Click the play button, then go to bottom right and click "youtube" I downloaded and saved it!!!!
Stout motor 7000 rpm shifts kicking out at 65 Mph look out for that guy !
That's one fun drive, the car does move, if they are on here like to know the specs.
I have watched that guy before. That car turns on like a 2 stroke dirt bike !
He stayed on it once and got it up to 120mph pretty damm quick
I think he even hit 133mph briefly... not too shabby on a two lane.
He hit 140 quickly too, be a fun ride for sure. I searched his name on here, hasn't been on since 2016, scampman416
Looked like a place in southern Okla., low gears and "worthless street tires" on a hot small block.
Sounds nice and healthy but I never understood the use of gauges and instruments on the exterior.
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