I am pretty sure if someone does this in their car, they didn't restore it. Don't get me wrong it looks like fun till I figure the melted tire on my quarter and all the chips I now have to repair and a new set of dual red bans. That being said, this man is enjoying his car.
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I guess it boils down to maturity, I am still a kid myself.
1965 Fastback-Scat 331, Dart heads, FPA headers, Air Gap intake, 650 Ultra DP, Cobra pan, Lunati VooDoo cam 61003, C-4, 10 inch converter, Reverse manual valve body,Detroit Truetracw/3.50s, subframe connectors.
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1966 A-code Mustang coupe=Basket case not sure what to do with it used some parts for the fastback.
If you plan this sort of thing ahead of time you can smear some Vaseline on the quarters behind the wheels. Then all the rubber bits just wipe right off. My problem is such stuff always seems to be spontaneous.
With somewhere in the neighborhood of 600hp, TKO 5 speed transmission, 4.11 gears with a Detroit True Trac, and a heavy duty driveline with traction bars, I most certainly intend to drag race my car, road race it, and do burnouts. I've done every bit of work on my car so far with the exception of engine machine work. I've built my car to run.
With all that said. I'll do those things at the appropriate times in the appropriate places. I'll drag race it at the track, road race it on a road course and do burnouts on private property where I'm allowed to do that. Not out in a public location. The video in question appears to have been made in a culdesac (sp?) where there was a parked car. Not a good place to do that. Loose control just a little bit and he might have smacked that parked car or a curb.
From the been there, done that and got the t-shirt school. (No, I've never hit another car).
Just my dos centavos
1970 Fastback (to be finished outside as a Boss 302 clone)
393 Windsor AFR 205 heads with 11.5:1 compression
Tremec TKO 5 Speed
Link to my Hub Garage and blog about my car http://www.hubgarage.com/mygarage/maxum96
Not only do I do THAT, but I track the hell out my 66 as well. If you spend all the time worrying about scratches, chips and dirt, you'll never enjoy the car to its full potential, IMHO.
and I DID restore my car!
1966 Mustang 2+2
“Life is not a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well-preserved body. But rather, to skid in broadside, thoroughly used up,totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming .... WOW what a ride.”
I built mine from a total pile of junk once.... anything I do to it can be built again... it has been to the strip, many burnouts, etc. and it still runs and drives great.....
Everything I build gets driven hard.... I decided that I would build things to last early, as my now 19yo son is not very easy on equipment (alot like me my wife and mom say)... LOL
'69 Coupe, Built 306, 4-Speed, Matte Black..... Old School RestoMod...Coming Attractions: 408 Stroker...
'90 Mustang LX, Built 306, 5-speed, cage, Screaming Yellow....3/14/12 Currently Getting TWIN TURBOS (always a change to make).....
1938 Cough,cough, Chev. 1/2 ton Owner built "Street Gasser" truck..327, 461X, Hillborn...old school all the way...
A Custom HD RoadKing...and too many Vintage Sleds to count...
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