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New Lazze Bead Rolls,  Handheld Shrinker Stretcher, 2 Foot Brake from Mittler Brothers at SEMA 2018
New Lazze Bead Rolls, Handheld Shrinker Stretcher, 2 Foot Brake from Mittler Brothers at SEMA 2018
Mittler Brothers showed some new tools at the 2018 SEMA Show in Las Vegas, including a line of bead rolls designed by renowned metal shaper Lazze that work on Mittler bead roller tools. They also displayed a new handheld shrinker / stretcher tool, which allows you to bring the tool to the work and function inside smaller spaces than a bench mounted tool. Finally, they presented a new 24" Box...
Your Letters - Muscle Car Of The Week Episode 291
Your Letters - Muscle Car Of The Week Episode 291
We’re always happy to read and respond to comments and questions from those who watch Muscle Car Of The Week, and today, we’re responding to a few of those. Topics include the low-mile ‘67 Mustang, a Dodge Coronet R/T, 1970 Camaro, head-to-head car features, and more. The cars featured in this episode are from The Brothers Collection. Thanks for all your feedback! Subscribe: https://g...
LOWEST MILEAGE 1967 Ford Mustang! Muscle Car Of The Week Episode 290 V8TV
LOWEST MILEAGE 1967 Ford Mustang! Muscle Car Of The Week Episode 290 V8TV
This is perhaps the lowest-mile 1967 Ford Mustang in existence, and today, we’re taking a look at this amazing time-capsule. It’s a 289 powered 4-speed Fastback, and it is showing just 3.4 miles on the odometer as exhibited in The Brothers Collection! Want to know the story? Watch the video! Subscribe: https://goo.gl/eEfeH9 #Mustang #musclecaroftheweek #MuscleCar http://www.mus...
Pro-Touring 1969 Camaro Supercharged LT4 Swap Install Video V8TV Part 2
Pro-Touring 1969 Camaro Supercharged LT4 Swap Install Video V8TV Part 2
V8 Speed & Resto Shop - (314) 783-8325 - http://www.v8speedshop.com/contact This beautiful silver 1969 Camaro Pro-Touring car is no stranger to the V8 speed and Resto shop. The first time it visited, we disassembled the car and installed Detroit Speed mini tubs, a rear QUADRALink suspension system with a Currie 9 + rear axle, and then a Detroit Speed subframe and suspension system up front. We ...
Salt Shakers The Fastest People On Earth Bonneville Round Table at 2018 PRI Show Full Length Feature
Salt Shakers The Fastest People On Earth Bonneville Round Table at 2018 PRI Show Full Length Feature
We caught up a group of land speed racing innovators at the at the 2018 Performance Racing Industry trade show in Indianapolis, IN, for a great session on the V8TV Stage. Joining host Kevin Oeste are Bob Dalton, driver of the Flashpoint nitromethane hemi-powered streamliner, Record-holding engine builder Kenny Duttweiler, George Poteet Speed Demon team member Steve Watt of Maxwell Industries, ...
Guess The High Bid Contest Winners Muscle Car Of The Week Episode 289
Guess The High Bid Contest Winners Muscle Car Of The Week Episode 289
This week, we’re revealing the winners of our recent Guess The High Bid Contest! Winners will receive a Brothers Collection hat and a V8 Speed & Resto Shop tee shirt! The contest was to guess the high bid of these three featured cars at the 2019 Mecum Auction in Kissimmee, Florida! 1967 Shelby GT500 Super Snake - LOT S124 - One of a kind 1967 Shelby GT500 powered by a 427 Ford! 1965 Ford...


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  • 1969 Camaro Transforms From Big Block to Supercharged LT4 V8 at V8 Speed & Resto Shop

    I really enjoyed this series and it was great watching the project develop. I didn't realise you could take the front panels off separately once they are painted and the firewall reconstruction was a trip! A cars restoration never ends which is what keeps it interesting.

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  • 1968 el Camino Malibu

    1968 el Camino Malibu Thanks Kevin,My hunch is that it's the hole placement on the heads and not a bracket issue.The aircon lines are crimped to length and all that's left now is a little wiring and we're done here.I couldn't see a neater way to route the hoses through the firewall here without them going too close to the headers.I get a lot of satisfaction out of this, especially the problem solving side of things and as always I really appreciate your feedback Kevin.CheersBen

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