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24 Nov 11 1968 Chevy Camaro Pro-Street

For thrill seekers that don’t shy away from the attention of the envious, comes this wicked 1968 RS/SS Pro Street Camaro. The quality of this vehicle is totally over the top and doesn’t leave any room for improvement. The Camaro is incredibly tight, very fast, and almost practical. Yes, we went ahead and said it, practical…. The ride is smooth, the car runs cool on the hottest days, it has AC, its easy to drive and free from the mess of switches and buttons found and many Pro Street cars. Just turn the key and go and with 652 HP on tap and a tire roasting 692 ft lbs of torque, the burden is on you to try and have fun. The paint and body work on the Camaro cost over 000. All of the body seams are welded and smoothed, the door handles have been shaved, the drip rails have been shaved, and the firewall has been smoothed. The paint is House of Kolor Tangelo Pearl and the stripes are White Pearl. The stripes are buried under multiple coats of clear that was then hand finished to perfection. The paint job is an absolutely stunning show-quality-job free from the flaws the plague 99% of classic cars on the market. The engine cost over 000 to build and was constructed using a Merlin III block, Merlin III heads, a hydraulic roller Comp Cam, Comp Cams Roller lifters, Comp Cams Push Rods, Crane Roller rocker arms, ARP bolts throughout, SRP pistons, Total Seal rings and Cleavite bearings, a ported and coated Dart intake, an MSD distributor and Crane Ignition box and coil. The
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– Experiment #239: Electric Fan To help promote our awesome Facebook and Twitter pages, we’ve decided to microwave a fan! Get it!? Oh wait… Facebook changed it “Like”… and Twitter is “Follow”? Well crap. So, you’re probably wondering, Is It A Good Idea To Microwave This? Tune in to find out. Twice a week, microwave specialist Jory Caron microwaves different objects… so you don’t have to! The “Jory Caron Microwave Laboratory 2.8” is a state-of-the-art facility equipped with tinfoil shielding, a ventilation system, emergency surge protectors, safety masks, and many sexy microwaves. Related Videos: Microwave: 15 CDs – Microwave: Newton’s Cradle – Jon’s World: Shark Week Surfing – +++++++++++++++++++++++ Thanks to Bowler4Ever for donating the fan! +++++++++++++++++++++++ ~~ Links ~~ FAQ Video ——— Merchandise ——- Flagged Videos — ~~ Connect With Us ~~ ::: Jonathan Paula ::: YouTube —- Facebook — Twitter ——- ::: Jory Caron ::: YouTube —- Facebook — Twitter ——- ::: Riley McIlwain ::: YouTube —- Twitter ——- Facebook — ::: Jogwheel Productions ::: Facebook — Twitter ——- ~~ Technical ~~ Created by —– Jonathan Paula & Jory Caron Starring ——— Jory Caron, Jonathan Paula, & Riley McIlwain Camera ——— Panasonic HMC-150, Panasonic Lumix-GH1, & Canon SX20 Software

Tags: 1968, Camaro, Chevy, ProStreet

07 Oct 11 1958 Chevy Nomad Wagon / Low Mileage Survivor in Action

Here is a very rare 1958 Chevrolet Nomad BelAir Wagon. This car is optioned with factory air conditioning, power steering, power brakes, AM radio, front & rear speaker, Sierra Gold & Arctic White Exterior, Medium Gold Imitation Leather & Cloth Interior

Tags: 1958, action, Chevy, Mileage, nomad, Survivor, Wagon

18 Jul 11 Pulling the engine out of the old Chevy

Sorry about the lack of light in the video. Working in a barn can be tricky sometimes but the sheep keeps us company as you can hear when we back the car up. No it’s not the suspention creaking, it’s the sheep. The engine was pulled out with the transmission still attached so the weight of the tranny would angle the engine properly. The chain did slide a bit when the engine angled itself and it can surprise you but It worked wonders and the engine was out in about 15 minutes. Be safe and use your head, go very slowly. The engine was lifted using the intake bolts. I had grade 8 bolt and washers that I got at a farm store but they were too small with the chain and washers and didn’t reach into the heads, so we had to use two of the water pump bolts since they were string and long enough. I put them back where they belong when the engine was fitted to the support. No matter where you attach your engine, always use the strongest possible bolts and keep in mind you will have a chain and washers attached to them. If you have an aluminium intake like mine and plan to lift it from there, be absolutely certain that your bolts are long enough to reach THROUGH the intake and ALL THE WAY DOWN INTO the heads. Your intake would probably be strong enough to support everything, but your engine is not something you want to take chances with. Remove and bring an intake bolt to a farm store and get the same thing, except super long and GRADE 8. Farm stores are the best place for bolts and
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10 May 11 Auto Repair: Install Heater AC Blower Motor Chevy Silverado Tahoe Sierra Yukon 99-02 – 1A Auto shows you how easy it is to replace a broken or noisy heater and air conditioning fan blower motor on a 2002 GMC Sierra. This procedure is the same for 1999-2002 GMC Sierra and Yukon and 1999-2002 Chevrolet Silverado and Tahoe.

Tags:, 9902, auto, Blower, Chevy, Heater, Install, Motor, Repair, Sierra, Silverado, Tahoe, Yukon