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Stunt Driving from 1966 Chevys



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Richard J

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Sun 16 Sep 18 16:58

Stunt Driving from 1966 Chevys


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AJD_TWYEr14

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roscobbc

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Sun 16 Sep 18 18:28

Re: Stunt Driving from 1966 Chevys


That was fantastic!
thanks for posting.



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'68 coupe - 4 speed - 3.08 - 489 cu in - 570 bhp @ 5850 rpm - 606 ft/lbs torque (821 Newton Metres) @ 3850 rpm
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Nick B

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Mon 17 Sep 18 10:50

Re: Stunt Driving from 1966 Chevys


Great old school footage, thanks.

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Daytona Vette

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Mon 17 Sep 18 12:02

Re: Stunt Driving from 1966 Chevys


roscobbc wrote (View Post):That was fantastic!
thanks for posting.


Hope this gives you an idea for the next Nationals Ross, with all the committee members in their Vettes showing us their driving skills in a similar format.


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roscobbc

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Mon 17 Sep 18 23:58

Re: Stunt Driving from 1966 Chevys


Daytona Vette wrote (View Post):roscobbc wrote (View Post):That was fantastic!
thanks for posting.


Hope this gives you an idea for the next Nationals Ross, with all the committee members in their Vettes showing us their driving skills in a similar format.


And quite naturally headed-up by our 2019 Master of Ceremonies (Daytona Barry) - showing us how to 'yump' the ramps - presumably with CCCUK members 'donating' their (initially) living bodies under the ramps.

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Daytona Vette

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Tue 18 Sep 18 10:47

Re: Stunt Driving from 1966 Chevys


We will have to get the angles of inclines and declines correct, we do not want anyone coming down hard nose first.

But if I am leading, who on earth is going to be able to keep up with me.

True note: Just as a side issue, the other week standing by the Daytona, I was introduced by a friend to someone who is high up in the Hill Climb Championship - he was telling me that his machine did 0 to 60 mph in 2.4 seconds and 0 to 150mph in 8.4 seconds - I went quiet they were looking at the amazed expression on my face, then I spoke,

"So you will be behind me then!"


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