We just thought you might like to hear a clip of the Trans Am idling and revving. After Jordan’s accident, he had to replace the exhaust on the Trans Am. Now, the car has Hedman long tube headers, dual 3″ Hedman X-tension pipes, Jones Full Boar mufflers ( Flowmaster Super 10 copies), and 3″ turndowns. Overall, we’re pretty happy with the sound now. Jordan also put on a different hood since the last video. He still has some modifications to make to it, but it’ll work just fine. When the snow melts, we’ll get it out on the road and do a driving video. Thanks for watching!
Jordan decided to take his Trans Am out for it’s first road test since the repairs. He was worried the the transmission might have been damaged when the flexplate came apart, but it seems to be good. He also repaired the oil pump pickup and the engine is showing great oil pressure. He’ll get it out for a better drive when the weather is a little nicer. The wet roads make things a little too exciting when you hammer into it. Obviously, he still needs to put the hood back on and get the rest of his exhaust hooked up. I’m sure he’ll have it all back together shortly. Thanks for watching!
Thought you might like a shorter, more action packed, video from the 2nd Annual Car Cruise at Passing Lane Motors. Hot rods, Muscle Cars, and Classics…all sounding rowdy and ripping up the street. If your car wasn’t in this one, check out the previous video of the event. It was much longer and we tried to include everyone. Thanks for watching, we appreciate it!
This thing is definitely plenty healthy. There is just nothing like the sound of a well-built, cammed small block Chevy. This 1971 Chevrolet Chevelle is powered by a 406 Stroker small block, backed by a 700r4 automatic. It’s a beautiful car inside and out. It’s decked out in the SS trim and strips and the interior has been fully restored as well. This one is ready to go. I hope you find it interesting, thanks for taking a look!
While we were filming down at Manns Restoration the other day, Jordan heard this car fire up in the background. He thought you all might like to hear how it sounds. It’s powered by a 327 small block V8, with a pretty healthy cam in it. No fancy video stuff here, just one mean sounding American muscle car. I hope you find it interesting, thanks for taking a look!
I thought you might like a look at this super nice 1980 GMC Pickup. This one is particularly unique, due to the fact that it’s powered by a Mondello built 455 Olds V8. Definitely not something you see every day…and it sounds awesome. This hot rod was built using a very well-kept, low mileage truck. It features super slick red paint, leather seats, a Hurst Shifter, and even Air Conditioning. This one is ready to go. I hope you find it interesting, thanks for taking a look!
I thought you might like a look at this freshly restored 1972 Chevrolet Chevelle SS. It’s powered by the numbers matching 402 Big-block, that has been freshly rebuilt. While they had it apart, they tossed in a .604 Lift roller cam and added some Doug’s ceramic coated headers. All that power is being sent through a Turbo 400 automatic, back to a 12 bolt rear with 3.55 gears and Posi. It’s painted in the correct Cranberry Red and features a black vinyl top and interior. Up front, they added some SSBC disc brakes, with slotted rotors and aluminum twin-piston calipers. This car is ready to hit the road, with only 2200 miles since completion. I hope you find it interesting, thanks for taking a look!