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BRAND NEW Chevrolet eCOPO Camaro at SEMA Reveal 2018 SEMA Show V8TV
BRAND NEW Chevrolet eCOPO Camaro at SEMA Reveal 2018 SEMA Show V8TV
BRAND NEW Chevrolet eCOPO Camaro at SEMA Reveal 2018 SEMA Show Hosted By Kevin Oeste of V8TV LAS VEGAS — Fifty years after the original COPO Camaro special order performance models were introduced, Chevrolet’s eCOPO Camaro Concept demonstrates an electrified vision for drag racing. Developed by General Motors and built in partnership with the pioneering electric drag racing team Hancock and ...
Dave Kindig's 1962 Corvette at 2018 SEMA Reveal 2018 SEMA Show V8TV
Dave Kindig's 1962 Corvette at 2018 SEMA Reveal 2018 SEMA Show V8TV
Dave Kindig's 1962 Corvette at 2018 SEMA Reveal 2018 SEMA Show V8TVDave Kindig of Kindig-it Design brought out a beautiful 1962 Chevrolet Corvette to the 2018 SEMA Show in Las Vegas, and we had the opportunity to interview him at the 2018 SEMA Reveal event.    This is a highly customized Corvette featuring a supercharged LT4 Corvette engine built by Lingenfelter Performance, and subtle custom...
1970 Buick GSX and 1970 Hemi Cuda Rivalry Muscle Car Of The Week Episode 279 V8TV
1970 Buick GSX and 1970 Hemi Cuda Rivalry Muscle Car Of The Week Episode 279 V8TV
At first glance, these two cars are at opposite ends of the spectrum… the Buick is a high-powered luxury performance ride, while the ‘Cuda is a more basic car with less frills and luxury add-ons. The Buick was designed to compete against higher end, feature rich cars, while the ‘Cuda targeted the pony car market like Camaro and Mustang. So how did the rivalry begin? SUBSCRIBE: http...
Pro-Touring 1969 Camaro Supercharged LT4 Swap Install Video V8TV PART 1 V8 Speed & Resto Shop
Pro-Touring 1969 Camaro Supercharged LT4 Swap Install Video V8TV PART 1 V8 Speed & Resto Shop
Pro-Touring 1969 Camaro Supercharged LT4 Swap Install Video V8TV PART 1 V8 Speed & Resto Shop V8 Speed & Resto Shop - (314) 893-8325 - 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...
2018 SEMA Reveal Live Coverage from V8TV Monday 10/29 5:00 PM PST
2018 SEMA Reveal Live Coverage from V8TV Monday 10/29 5:00 PM PST
Join us Monday night 10/29 at 5:00 Pacific time for V8TV's 2018 SEMA Reveal LIVE coverage! We'll have all the action from the red carpet stage, sharing some of the hottest cars of the show! Coverage streams here on the V8TV Facebook page Live and YouTube. See you then! SUBSCRIBE: https://goo.gl/RIkdDS http://www.v8tvshow.com - 314.783.8325 - http://www.v8speedshop.com FACEBOOK PAGE: https:/...
V8TV's Live Coverage of 2018 SEMA Reveal!   Monday October 29 at 5:00 PM Pacific Time
V8TV's Live Coverage of 2018 SEMA Reveal! Monday October 29 at 5:00 PM Pacific Time
Join us for V8TV’s Live Coverage of the 2018 SEMA Reveal coming to you from the SEMA Show in Las Vegas, hosted by V8TV's Kevin Oeste! Monday night, October 29th, we’ll share some of the top cars to be on display at the 2018 SEMA show a day before the doors open LIVE from the SEMA Reveal! V8TV's Live Coverage of 2018 SEMA Reveal! Monday October 29 at 5:00 PM Pacific Time It’s truly a sn...


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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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