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Dirt Stock Cars For Sale
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- For Sale is a tour EP by Say Anything. It contains 3 songs from …Is a Real Boy and 2 additional b-sides that were left off the album.
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Stock Cars Grow Up: NASCAR 1952-1962
In Race to Live it’s all about feeling the thunder of action race shots from around the country. Unbelievable crashes from the 1960s tumble across the screen. Tour the track from the pits to the gorgeous gals at the requisite beauty contest! The biggest pileup in automotive history where 68 cars start but only 26 finish is on Glory Road, where superchargers and fuel injectors soup up jalopies to 145 m.p.h.! Take a tour of the modified Sportsman class at Daytona, backyard bombs from ’30s, and every make and model of Studebaker.
APPROXIMATELY 50 MINUTES
Stock Car Memories: Darlington-Southern 500 1955, 1956
Enjoy the raw action of the halcyon years of stock cars in action-packed Southern 500s from 1955 and1956. Includes certification, gorgeous beauty queens, pit areas, and unbelievable racing footage. Don’t miss the famous Kierhaefer Chrysler 300s blasting along at 120 m.p.h. The brutal track takes its toll on big heavy cars with Chevy, then Ford, taking the checkered flag. Your favorite ’50s cars represent horsepower on wheels in our Stock Car Memories.
APPROXIMATELY 55 MINUTES
Stock Car Memories: Daytona 500 1958, 1959
The year is 1958 in Speed in the Sun, where all makes of cars race the NASCAR measured mile at speeds of up to 140 m.p.h. Continue with the Grand National for convertibles the last convertible race ever held on the beach. Unique racing footage in From Sand to Speedway shows Daytona’s transition from an old highway and beach track to the new asphalt track designed for speeds of 200 m.p.h.! A demolished 56 T-Bird shows the danger is real in measured mile sand racing in 1959, where the driver would have died if not for a seat belt and modern auto design.” Tense footage of racing on the new asphalt track shows Fireball Roberts able to qualify at 145 m.p.h.!
APPROXIMATELY 55 MINUTES
Two episodes, Duel in the Desert 1962 and Decision at Daytona 1963 spotlight Chevy-sponsored test footage of the Chevy II, Rambler, Valiant, Falcon, Comet, Fairlane, Galaxie, Impala, Fury, and Corvair and even trucks. Do not miss the drag race between an Impala and a Cesna airplane or the Corvair pulling 33 tons! Watch these vehicles put to the absolute limit in torture tests. Also catch bizarre racing in and out of driveways on a suburban street.
APPROXIMATELY 68 MINUTES
WARNING – 8,000 WORDS!!!
Eight days in the UK
Our trip to the Network Q Rally of Great Britain 2001
Words & fotos: rodney wills
We had dreamed of flying over to the UK to witness real deal rally action in what we consider the homeland of rally, Great Britain. This was our first trip to the UK with no prior desire to go, but the rally bug has gotten the better of us. While at the 2001 SEMA show in Los Vegas rally racing was all the buzz on the show floor with Scott Hartman on Intrax/Proflex Suspension Systems winning the best of show with his Ford Focus styled in rally trim. We had meet with some people and said we where thinking about going. It was just a thought with not a ticket
purchased or arrangement made. Mention was made to us about how difficult it would be to get press passes to the rally event. We proceeded with last minute efforts that ended in failure due to passed deadlines for press credentials. We did not care. We have seen all the videos, photos and Speedvision coverage of the massive amounts of fans at these events and said to ourselves that we too would be happy and content right there on the sidelines with the true enthusiast! With truth, what a lie! Being media types, we want those photo pass aprons for our collection. It in it’s self is a material prize. We scored some cheap tickets online and proceeded with our dream with an evil eye from my wife, as we would miss our first Thanksgiving holiday together!
November 20’01 – Tuesday
We had a 6:20 am flight out of LAX / Los Angeles, so Scott crashed on my couch, luckily for him! When we woke up in the morning to go to the airport his eyes seemed to have dealt him the worst misery that all metal fabricators dread – “welding flash.” Scott awoke to eyes oozing with liquid and could not keep his eyes open nor could he see. When he tried it was screaming agony. He said it would be OK, but I feared the worst. I had no idea what was instore for his eyes as we made way to the airport. He said his eyes felt like sand paper was in the eyelids and when his eyes rolled it made tears and burned as if salt was thrown on an open wound. He looked a horrible mess so we donned him with sunglasses, but looked a bit funny with only the moon in the sky. We did not care how shady of a character he looked; we were off to the UK for some real core rally action. But after some time, we had plenty, with our sixteen-hour trip ahead, his eyes cleared up to my joy and amazement. I did not have to lead a blind man in the forest!
November 21’01 – Wednesday
It’s was cold and had just rained. We landed 6:00 in the morning at Heathrow airport in London via a stop over in Washington DC. We noticed a guy getting on the plain back in DC carrying a record bag filled enough to spin several sets. We talked with him once we landed and was doing to baggage claim thing and found out that he was the owner of Ohm Records and doing a couple of gigs. We exchanged biz cards and he helped us to find the bus station per his recommendation of getting around cheap. We are on a budget! Scott and I booked our selves bus tickets to Cardiff where the rally headquarters was but with Gloucester as a stopover to visit our friends at CA Magazine – the primer car audio magazine for the UK. We arrive mid-day after making the journey up the twisting roads and were quite shocked to find the magazine located in such a small town. Luckily for us a girl overheard our conversation on the bus and said she knew the location for CA Mag. It was walking distance from the bus station so she walked us to the CA office. She was a New Zealander and played professional rugby for one of the local women’s teams hence her residency in Gloucester. Chris the editor for the mag was out of the office some 200 miles away so we were done for the day. We found a cheap hotel within walking distance with the help of the CA office staff calling ahead for us to reserve the spot. The main strip in town has all the shops that support the local town with all it’s shopping duties from clothing, food, books, to what ever a small town might fancy. Our hotel was located on the center of the strip between a newsstand and a small sandwich shop. A big wooden gate of mid-evil area was brought to mind as we passed through it between these two shops as this was the main entrance to the hotel. We walked in and Cedric the attendant, not the entertainer, but entertaining enough, simple gave us the key with no exchange of credit card information, name, address or anything and said breakfast is served from 7:00 –11:00 in the morning after showing us to our room. We dropped the bags in the room and headed for food and to scout locations as to what we thought might make for good photo shoot locations for cars. We thought we would be shooting some cars the next day for Car Audio Mag USA – WRONG. Cool cars do not exist
El Salto del Nervion esta considerado como uno de los saltos de agua mas altos de toda Europa, por ende de Espana, ronda los 300 metros de altura. Esta situado entre las provincias de Burgos y Alava.Comento como llegar desde Madrid , puesto que desde el Pais Vasco es muy facil y se visita con bastante frecuencia, lo mejor es coger la Autopista desde Burgos hasta la salida de Pancorbo, circular por la Nacional I direccion Vitoria , pasar el tunel de Pancorbo hasta coger a la izquierda el desvio a Orduna Nacional 625 direccion Bilbao, a la altura mas o menos de la poblacion de Ameyugo. Pasar Encio , Santa Gadea del Cid , llegar a Puentelarra , pasar el desvio direccion Trespaderne y embalse del Sobron , pasar Espejo , Berberana, otra vez en la provincia de Burgos, siempre direccion Puerto de Orduna, y tras subir una serie de curvas , a la derecha sale el desvio al PARQUE NATURAL DE SANTIAGO, en camino de tierra. Hay algun que otro paso canadiense y como a dos kilometros llegamos al area recreativa de FUENTE SANTIAGO. Aqui forzosamente hay que dejar el coche. El paraje ya merece la pena. Cogemos el camino de la derecha sin olvidar de ver las trampas que se hacian antano para matar lobos, y a dos kilometros llegamos al mirador del salto. Subirse a el no es apto para personas que sufren de vertigo.
Desde el mirador sale un camino a la izquierda que lleva hasta otro MIRADOR desde donde se divisa todo el Valle de Orduna, gran parte de Vizcaya y Alava , pero aconsejo regresar hasta el area recreativa y partir desde alli por un camino que sale a la izquierda y que tras recorrer veinte minutos te lleva al mismo mirador y la caseta que existe alli para resguardar ganado. Durante el recorrido por el Parque se divisa un impresionante hayedo que en otono se viste de todos los colores.
Aconsejo cerciorarse antes de ir si el Salto tiene agua puesto que es facil que no la tenga, y si bien la vista sigue siendo impresionante en todos los sentidos, el paisaje con agua cayendo a raudales es magnifico. Apabullante.
El Salto del Nervion is considered one of the highest waterfalls in Europe, hence Spain, around 300 meters tall. Situated between the provinces of Burgos and Alava.Comento how to get from Madrid since the Basque Country is very easy and is visited frequently, it is best to take the Highway from Burgos to exit Pancorbo, circulated by the National I address Vitoria Pancorbo pass the tunnel, turn left to divert to address 625 National Orduna Bilbao, a more or less the height of the stock of Ameyugo. Skip gingiva Santa Gadea del Cid, reaching Puentelarra, pass the dam and divert the direction Trespaderne Sobron, go Mirror, Berberana, again in the province of Burgos, Puerto de Orduna address provided, after climbing a set of curves to goes right to the diversion NATURAL PARK SANTIAGO, on dirt road. There are a few other Canadian and step two kilometers to arrive at the recreation area SOURCE SANTIAGO. Here there are bound to leave the car. The site already worth. We take the road to the right as well to see the traps that were once to kill wolves, and we got two miles to the lookout jump. Get on it is not suitable for people suffering from vertigo.
From the viewpoint of an exit road on the left which leads to another viewpoint from where you can see the entire valley Orduna, much of Vizcaya and Alava, but advised to return to the recreation area, and from thence by a road that goes to the left and that after twenty minutes walk takes you to the same viewpoint and stand that is there to protect livestock. During the tour of the park can enjoy a stunning autumn beech that wears all colors.
Check before you go I advise them Salto has water because it is not easy to have, and although the view is still impressive in all respects, the landscape with water pouring down is great. Overwhelming.
El Salto del Nervion est consideree comme l’une des plus hautes chutes d’eau en Europe, ou l’Espagne, a environ 300 metres de hauteur. Situe entre les provinces de Burgos et Alava.Comento comment se rendre de Madrid depuis le Pays basque est tres facile et il est frequemment visite, il est preferable de prendre la route de Burgos jusqu’a la sortie Pancorbo, distribue par le National Je m’adresse a Vitoria Pancorbo passer le tunnel, tourner a gauche pour faire face a detourner 625 National Orduna Bilbao, plus ou moins la hauteur du stock de Ameyugo. Skip gencive Santa Gadea del Cid, atteignant Puentelarra, passer le barrage et de detourner le sens Trespaderne Sobron, allez Mirror, Berberana, de nouveau, dans la province de Burgos, Puerto de Orduna adresse, apres la montee d’un ensemble de courbes de va droit au detournement PARC NATUREL SANTIAGO, sur la route de terre. Il existe quelques autres entreprises canadiennes et l’etape deux kilometres pour arriver a la zone de loisirs SOURCE SANTIAGO. Ici, il sont tenus de quitter la voiture. Le site deja valeur. Nous prenons la route a droite et a voir les pieges qui ont