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Big Block powered Ford Falcon With a Brutal Sound Rocking The Drag Strip

Here’s just another excellent video we present from the perfectly popular YouTube channel, Urban HillyBilly Videos! What you’re going to see in this cool video below is a truly majestic Ford Falcon. As known well by many, Ford Falcon is a legendary automobile manufactured by Ford from the year 1960 to year 1970 in three generations. The one filmed while doing a super exciting drag race during the Tulsa Raceway Park Midnight Drags has a rusty, dirty exterior which makes it look cooler than its counterparts. A compelling 572ci Big…

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4000HP CORVETTE TAKES FULL FLIGHT AT TULSA RACEWAY PARK

Urban Hillbilly Action video has released a new video featuring the incredible flying Corvette run made by Daniel Pharris at Tulsa Raceway Park yesterday. You will see multiple angles including IN CAR footage of the flight and subsequent brutal landing. You will also see Daniel Pharris out of the car and gathering himself after the stunning event. We gave you the in-depth story in an earlier blog item here so the only thing we’re going to do right now is tell you to watch the video below. This flight took place…

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THE LEGENDARY “HEMI UNDER GLASS” WHEELIE MACHINE’S LAST RIDE

Taake a look at this awesome and sad moment, The Legendary Hemi Under Glass Last Ride!  Many times, builders cannot predict what will come up if a few things are combined so what he has to do is build the car and then see what comes out of it, and that, is what they call experience. Yes on paper many things look like they will match and work but once you start testing the vehicle you will find out that not all works like you hoped. The original idea with this…

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The 1965 Ford Shelby GT350R is going back into production

The Shelby gang’s back together again. Calling themselves the Original Venice Crew, former Shelby American team members have joined forces to create an essentially new and moderately updated version of the Shelby GT350R. This crew consists of Peter Brock, Jim Marietta, and Ted Sutton—and they’re channeling Carroll Shelby’s spirit. Shelby hit upon some road-racing magic when he got his hands on the 1965 Ford Mustang, . He turned what he called a “secretary’s car” into a real street-legal race car. It was dubbed the Shelby GT350R and it was fitted with…

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THE LEGENDARY BUICK GRAND NATIONAL – EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW!

Back in the mid-1980’s Buick decided to flex its muscle a little bit. That’s right, the same company that made your Grandpa’s Park Avenue actually built a car that’s still legendary for its performance to this very day. The video below is going to help you understand exactly what went into bringing the Grand National to life. Buick, which had previously been known as a maker of cushy but uninspiring family rides, brought a car to market in 1984 that turned a few heads. The first iteration of the Grand National was really nothing…

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Bizarre Pontiac Trans Am Kammback concept up for auction

Muscle cars are a ton of fun, but their driver-focused design generally doesn’t offer much utility. General Motors imagined tackling this weakness in 1985 by creating the Pontiac Firebird Trans Am Kammback concept that combined V8 grunt with a longer roof. The project never came to fruition, but one of the test mules has now turned up on the consignment list for Barrett Jackson’s 2017 sale in Scottsdale, Arizona, from January 14-22. According to the auction listing, the long-roof Trans Am concept packs a high-output 305-cubic-inch (5.0-liter) V8 and five-speed manual…

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The Terminator Mustang SVT Cobra Was the Original Hellcat

Back in 2003, Ford built its first supercharged Mustang Cobra. Dubbed the “Terminator” by the team of engineers behind its development, forced induction helped the 4.6 liter V8 put out 390 horsepower, which was an obscene number at the time and more than any other muscle car on the market. This was the first supercharged muscle car from Detroit. Of course, now you can almost get that power from a four-cylinder Mustang, but this is the car that started the forced induction muscle car power wars. We’ve now seen Camaros…

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15 Ford Mustang Concepts That Never Saw The Light Of Day

If you ever ask a person which American car manufacturer he likes the most, one of the most common answers you will get would be Ford. They are one of the most iconic and storied American carmakers. Throughout their lifetime, they have made numerous cars, but if we have to choose the most iconic, it has to be the Ford Mustang. This car is the epitome of the American muscle car, and has been going strong since it was first introduced in 1962. Several generations of this car exist, and today…

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This Brand-New 1979 Pontiac Trans Am Can Be Yours for $160,000

Lots of kids in the late-1970s lusted after Burt Reynolds’ Smokey and the Bandit Trans Am, but few had the means to get one. In 1978, eighteen-year old William Leland III did get his hands on a ’79 Trans Am, but unlike most, he didn’t really drive. Thirty-eight years later, Leland’s Trans Am has just 65 miles on its odometer, and it’s listed for sale at RK Motors in Charlotte with a $160,000 asking price. RK MOTORS Leland, who went by Bill Jr., custom ordered this Trans Am from the factory in 1978 after his…

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THE 1ST 1970 PLYMOUTH HEMI CUDA – 3,000,000$!

Are you a trust fund baby? Or, maybe you just sold a few thousand shares of Google or Apple stock, or just sold your business? If so, this 1970 Plymouth Hemi ‘Cuda may be for you. I don’t know about you, but any time that I sell a car for $3,000,000 (or, $3,000) I like to detail the heck out of it and take thee best photos possible. I must be different than this seller, who seemingly just drove the car through a field and didn’t even bother to clean the tires,…

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