The Pontiac Fiero was A 50-mpg Con Job – Full History – Jason Cammisa’s Revelations Ep. 27

The Pontiac Fiero addresses the concern of why a 1980s economy cars and truck would have a big-displacement, mid-mounted engine and four-wheel disc brakes? These were characteristics of a cars with Ferrari and Lamborghini badges. The Fiero shared another characteristic with exotics: its propensity to capture on fire. In this…

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Will It Run? Abandoned Car With Ford V8 Engine Puts Up A Fight

Davin and Jeff are back at it in an effort to bring the Ford V8 engine in a 1959 Edsel Corsair back to life. This one fought them all the method, however you'll need to enjoy up until completion to find out: Will It Run? Chapters: 00:00 – 00:22 –…

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Pontiac GTO sitting for 40 years along with other American icons and hot rods | Barn Find Hunter

In this episode of "Barn Discover Hunter," Tom got a lead on some uncommon automobile American icons, some are even hot roded. The most noteworthy of them all is an early production 1967 Pontiac GTO purchased originally by this owner with a tri-power 389ci V8 and a factory 4 speed….

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Why is this optioned 1966 Dodge Charger so overpriced? | The Appraiser

Episode: 26 In this episode of "The Appraiser," Colin has the pleasure of examining a rust free 1966 Dodge Charger from the Arizona desert with all the ideal factory choices. It has a 383ci V8, Black on black color scheme with chrome finish, factory 4-speed, center console, and container seats…

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Underground VAULT at the Henry Ford Museum has amazing car stories | Barn Find Hunter

In this episode of "Barn Discover Hunter," Tom cotter has the enjoyment of viewing the underground cars and truck collection at the world popular Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, MI. From brand-new cars to old, the collection is cluttered with amazing stories and visuals to WOW any car enthusiast. Which…

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