The car passed inspection to drive on the road but it will take a while to get the personnal tags. It is loaded to go to my first showing in Jefferson City, Missouri. It wasn't quite finished inside but it looked OK and could be driven if I had tags.
The idea for the V8 Interceptor has been bangin’ around in my head for a number of years, just waiting for a chance to get out. I have always loved the early Mercury Cougars and figured I wasn’t the only one, so I knew that people would want to see a high performance street machine project that wasn’t just the typical early Mustang or Camaro.
Stacey David, the host of Stacey David's GearZ, walks you through the history of the 1932 Ford Coupe, quite possibly the most popular hot rod of all time. This clip was shot back in 2007, which was the 75th Anniversary of the '32. See historic footage of the '32 from places like Muroc and Bonneville. For more info on the show, visit www.staceydavid.com.
It has been a while since any new episodes of GearZ have aired on Speed. Well, that is all about to change! Tomorrow morning, at 9:00am EST, new episodes will start back up. We have been very busy getting them all filmed and edited so we could get them to you as fast as possible. Plus, Speed ordered 2 more episodes for this season! So that will make for a total of 15!
Stacey David, host of Stacey David's gearZ, shows you how he strengthens the frame of his Sergent Rock project, a 1941 1/2 ton military truck with a Memphis Belle theme. Frame strengthening adds frame strength, and it is easy, just let Stacey show you how.