Here in the United States, we are known for our undying love of big American cars with big V8’s. There is something special about burying your foot into the floor board of a V8 powered car and feeling the tires rip away at the pavement as the white cloud of smoke billows out from the rear quarter panels. It’s passion. What you may not realize though, is that some other countries have just as much passion for these big American V8’s as we do. This video was apparently filmed in Poland by a Mustang car club member. It is really quite a fantastic video. I have watched it a few times, and it definitely makes me wonder if I need more Mustang in my life.
Can’t see the video? Here is the link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yj1kBHcAbzw
I cannot even begin to imagine how much time and effort goes into making a stop motion video like this. I’m just glad the guy did it, because it is fantastic entertainment for people like us! This guy deserves a high 5.
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Here is a new Dodge AWD commercial video that shows you EXACTLY what a grocery store is like in the hours before a snowpocalypse. I’ll speak for Massachusetts by saying “we can relate”.
The Lancia Delta S4 has been invading my brain for a few days now, and I just can’t seem to shake it off. If you aren’t familiar with it, I’m not that surprised because it was part of Group B Rally Racing back in 1985 and 1986. Then it sort of fell off the planet. Between 1982 and 1986, Group B rally racing was “open minded” when it came to the race cars, so some of them were horrifyingly, stupid, silly fast. In fact, they were so dangerous that Group B was ended by the FIA (Federation Internationale de l’Automobile) at the end of 1986. Many people blame the rally spectators for this FIA decision because sometimes they stood in front of oncoming race cars, and got hit…..duh… I’m not here to place blame though, I just want to share the greatness that is the S4.
The Lancia Delta S4 was loosely based on the Lancia Delta. In reality, they shared almost nothing, except for the general shape of the body. The Delta S4’s body was built from carbon fiber, it had long arm race suspension, all wheel drive, and of course a twin charged mid mounted engine. Officially it made 480 horsepower, but off the record, it was rumored to be closer to 600. That is ludicrous power from a little 1759cc engine (That translates to about a 1.8 Liter or 107 cubic inch), not too shabby. » Continue reading more of this post…
When I comb through eBay and Craigslist for cars that I can’t have and can’t afford, I’m really looking for two specific things.
1) I want to see barn finds.
2) I want to see race fuel huffing, hell fire spraying, tire-hanging, M/T smoking, YouTube-video-filled listings that make me want to rip the exhaust off my snowblower and hit it with a 100 shot of nitrous.
The Ebay listing I came across today is pretty darn close to an exact match of my second request. It is tough to wrap my brain around it to be honest.
Here are the highlights: » Continue reading more of this post…
I just landed on this video somehow and found it fairly awesome. Around the 1 minute mark it begins getting
Ok, now it’s your turn. Post up links in the comment box to your favorite off road youtube videos. If they are good, I’ll add them into this post for the ultimate 4×4 video bonanza!