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  1. #51
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    V8 and bigger Engine car thread

    Been watching a lot of Barn Find Hunter. I find myself dreaming about finding and restoring something old and American.
    Remind me. We'll send him a red cap and a Speedo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by basinbeater View Post
    I'll be havin a hoot of a time rallyin down some twisty two lane road in the mountains, when, right as the last passing area ends, I run into a line of cars, going slow, stuck behind something like this. ARRRRRGGGGHHHH!!!!! Fucking RVs!!!!!!!!!
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    BTT:

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    ^^^ HOLEEEE SHIT ! ^^^


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    yeah dude holy shiit what a nutzo machine
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    https://youtu.be/K0_GCuim9kY

    [video]https://youtu.be/K0_GCuim9kY[video]

    This is the commercial I think of when I think of a good sounding, large engine


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    V8 and bigger Engine car thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Norseman View Post
    yeah dude holy shiit what a nutzo machine
    Talk about rollin coal!

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    Quote Originally Posted by basinbeater View Post
    Did you guys make it back from the grocery store? Or did the RR break down? RR to get you there. Land Cruiser if you want to get back.
    A little off topic, speaking of vehicles that will probably break down in the middle of nowhere but shouldn’t, apparently, the new defender is out. Doesn’t sound like an 8 cylinder, though.

    My v8 land cruiser got a new generic high flow muffler recently. the oem muffler blew out through a rusty patch. It sounds pretty cool with the new muffler but sounded awesome with the holey one....

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    love wasting time on this, pretty sure i'm buying something from this guy soon.

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    V8 and bigger Engine car thread

    Quote Originally Posted by highangle View Post
    BTT:
    Is this Ron Johnson?

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    Damn. That diesel mustang is insane.

    Not a v8, but in the same idea as the v10 dyno run above.... How about a modern Porsche Cup car with sequential gearbox.... sounds awesome... then he really steps on it!

    sigless.

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    ^^^ Dem downshifts!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harry View Post
    My first car, at age 18 in 1976, was a 1966 Ford Mustang. 289 V-8 with a 3-speed on the floor. Bought it for $200 from a sailor who had orders to the USS Ranger. I drove it for a few months then got orders to Iran so I sold it for the same $200. Had vinyl seats which a previous owner had painted with latex house paint, using a brush. Also had air-shocks so you could jack the rear end way up in the air. Total POS.
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    My second car was in 1979 when I got back from Iran. This thing was badass, a 1971 Mustang BOSS 351. I think that is the only year they made it. Only real problem were the mechanical lifters that needed to be adjusted every 15K. 351 Cleveland with a 4-speed on the floor. What a great time to be a young man. I don't remember what I paid, I do remember that I got a loan from the bank and my payments were $25 per month. This photo was the same green color as mine, looked exactly the same as mine.




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    My cousin had the same car,same color in the early 90s. Burned a lot of tires off that thing.

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    My old toy: '55 CJ5 with a Chevy 327, Saginaw 4 speed, original Dana 18 transfer case, Warn Overdrive, Ford 9 inch rear, 4.86 gears.

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    chooch factor to 11 on that ferd

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    I stuck a 68 double hump head, 327ci, 350 hp/torque into a 75 Vega in high school. that car could do burn offs for miles

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    Quote Originally Posted by hawkgt View Post
    I stuck a 68 double hump head, 327ci, 350 hp/torque into a 75 Vega in high school. that car could do burn offs for miles
    It's a wonder it didn't just explode into powdered rust when you hit the gas.

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    Way back when, doing some exhaust work. Open headers, because.

    Can't seem to edit this old video-
    2:08 to about 2:18 gives you the idea.

    https://videos.smugmug.com/Trucks/Je...il/master.m3u8

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    My old toy: '55 CJ5 with a Chevy 327, Saginaw 4 speed, original Dana 18 transfer case, Warn Overdrive, Ford 9 inch rear, 4.86 gears.
    Nice. Are those the family bars too, or did the roll bar come like that in '55.
    Come to think of it, did it even come with a roll bar in '55?

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    Quote Originally Posted by basinbeater View Post
    Damn. That diesel mustang is insane.

    Not a v8, but in the same idea as the v10 dyno run above.... How about a modern Porsche Cup car with sequential gearbox.... sounds awesome... then he really steps on it!

    Fuck that sounds awesome.

    Flat6 ftw.
    I still call it The Jake.

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    The Gold Standard
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    Quote Originally Posted by schindlerpiste View Post
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    Swap everything!
    I still call it The Jake.

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    That Diesel Mustang was nasty! Loved the loping.


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    ^dang, so much want

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vt-Freeheel View Post

    Fucking shit, I’m turned on.
    I still call it The Jake.

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