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Wednesday, April 8, 2015

1932 Ford V8 Promotional Film - Video Shows, everything about the 1932 Ford V8 Cars, Trucks and Vans, form how the motor is designed, to the Frame and Body, the Tires and Wheels

I've loved old Cars, ever since I can remember. When I was little. My Dad, had an old 1920's or 30's Chevrolet. In the Back Yard. I'm pretty sure, it was a Chevy, anyway. Because, I remember, it had wood supports, in the Body. It was tall and more square, than a 1932 Body Style. I was so young. I can't remember all of it's details. Dad, had big plans to rebuild that old car. It was all original. He had started his restoration. And was replacing the Roof. Which was originally cloth, I believe. With wooden support rails. Sadly, my Dad died, of Cancer. When I was four years old, in about 1962. So, he never got the chance, to restore that car. I loved to play in the car and pretend that I was driving. I soon saw his vision, for the car. At four or five years old. And started dreaming of, one day. Fixing it up my self. I had plenty of time. Before I was of Driving Age too... But, my relatives, somehow talked my Mom. Into, selling the car to my Dad's Cousin. My second Cousin. He did get it running, though. And one time. He drove it, back down to Fort Worth, from Wichita Falls, where he lived. And gave me a ride in the car. That was, so cool. Actually getting to take a ride, in that car!:) I had a Hand Crank Starter and it was Hard to Start. But, that sealed the deal, for me. I have loved old cars and trucks, ever since. He, ended up selling the car. It was just too much work for him. So, I never saw it again. But, I did do a few projects of my own. As a Teenager. My first Car, was a 1962 Buick Invicta. I paid $160 for that car. It had a 445 Wild Cat Big Block Engine and an Auto Transmission. It would do 120mph, all day long. Or well, until, there was a curve in the Road. Jacksboro Hwy 199. Voted, one of the Most Dangerous Highways in the US. Back in the 70's. I have no idea, why;) I could do that last turn, before the Lake Worth Bridge, at 90mph. And yes, tires really did squeal, like in the Movies and TV. When going that fast on a Curve... My next Car, after I got hit trying to Cross Jacksboro Hwy. Which, completely caved in the Drivers Door. So, that it fell off. My next car. Was a 1964 Chevelle. It was my Second Cousins, Dads Car. It was a 4 door. And I was told, that it had a V8 Motor. But, when I got to Wichita Falls, to look at the Car. It only had a Straight Six! But, since my Grand Parents were buying me the car. And I didn't want to be ungrateful. I got the car. It was a good car. But, I wanted a Hot Rod. So, I ended up having a guy, put in a used 350 V8. It was only a 2bbl Carbed Engine. But, it made that Chevelle run pretty fast. But, I wanted a Big Block 454 Chevelle. And I wanted a 2 door. I couldn't afford a 32 Coupe. And Chevelle's were cheap, back then, in 72. I bought a 76 Chevelle Body. And was going to put a 454 in it and build my own Hot Rod. I didn't care much for the 64 Chevelle, by that time. So, I let my self get swindled into trading my 350 Engine. For a 302 Small Block and a Set of Side Pipes. I never even got the Side Pipes... I planned on selling the Chevelle. And using the money, for the Parts, to build my 67 Chevelle Hot Rod. But, it was hard to find a buyer for the Chevelle, with that Dog 302 Small Block in it. I ended up trading the Chevelle for a 1970 Impala, with a... You Guessed it... 454 Big Block, in it. But, the Impala. Had set with the hood off and no Air Cleaner on the Carburetor. So, Rain water, got in the Engine. Not having much experience, with this sort of thing. I thought, well I'm going to Rebuild the 454, anyway. So, I did the Deal, with this lying cheating old guy. Who, of course, came on like a nice of man... I should of know. Just by the look in his wife's eyes, when I was looking at the car... So, when I got the 454 apart. Which was some task. I had to soak, those Pistons, in Transmission Fluid and WD-40 for about a Week. I took the Block to a Machine Shop. And had them do a Magniflux Test on it and the Heads. This Test, shows if there are any cracks, in the Metal. By, Magnetizing the Parts. And then Sprinkling tiny shards of Steel on them. The Block was ok. But, the Heads were Trash. I had beat up the Rods and Pistons, quite a bit. Trying to get the Pistons out, too. So, all, that I had, left, that was usable to me. Was the Block. Seeing, that I wanted to build a Hot Rod, with Big Horse Power. But, in the same Time Period. I had fallen madly in love, with a girl. And I wanted to get married. I was 17 and she was 15, when we met. But, the Parents, were against it... By the time I turned 18 and she was 17. I decided, that we needed to leave TX and find a State, where we could get Married. So, I bought a 1964 Chevy Panel Truck. With the money, that my Mom had helped my Borrow from the Bank. It had a Straight Six and Standard Trans. I just couldn't seem to turn down a deal on an old Straight Six. They were much cheaper, than V8 Cars and Trucks. And we set out, to go get Married. I wanted to go to Colorado. I wanted to live in the Mountains. But, I blew that old Six up. Trying to clime the Highest Auto Road in the US. On mount Pisga, in CO. It threw a Rod Cap. Straight through the Block. So, I had to call home, and ask for money. I wanted Mom to ship my 454 to me, there in CO. And I would build it and put it in there. In front of the Gas Station. We were living in the Panel Truck, in front of Skelly Gas Station and Towing. Near, Colorado Springs, I believe. Between the Bigger Towns, anyway. Of course, we couldn't stay there that long. It was very nice of the owner, to even let us stay there. Free of charge, for a couple of weeks. And I didn't have the tools, money or real know how. To actually build an Engine, outdoors. While living in the Vehicle... My Mom, didn't have the money, to help me, either. So, my Grand Parents. Came to the Rescue, again. What would I have done, without my Family?... I bought another Straight Six, from a Junk Yard. And the Owner of the Gas Station. Went and got it. And used his Wrecker. To pull the old Motor. And to drop the new, slightly used, Motor in the Truck. He, was actually impress. At how quickly, I and m girl friend. Got that Motor hooked back up and got the Truck Running, again. I had him, but the old blown motor, in the Back of the Panel Truck. I thought I might need it for Parts. That new Motor, Smoked... Allot... After I grew up and was utterly tired of that old Smoking, Standard Shift, Straight Six. I put that 454 Engine and a Turbo 400 Auto Transmission, in that 1964 Chevy Panel Truck. And dove it for several years, in the 70' and 80's. I finally got to Rebuild that 454. I had the Block Machined. And bought some new Pistons for it. And used the old Rods, after all. I had also bought, a 1962 Impala Station Wagon. With a 396 Big Block. I actually ran pretty well. Smoked just a Bit. But, all I wanted was, that Big Block, for Parts. I had the Heads Machined and put them on my 454. I didn't think a 396, was quite Big Enough, for me. But, after a few years. Using those old Rods, was a Big Mistake. The Engine, Spun a Rod Bearing! During those Days. I bought a a 1970SS Chevelle too. I got it for $800!:) It was the Fastest Car, that I had ever had. I was just the 350HP Model, with a Bench Seat. But, it would out run most of the other Hot Rods, of the day. Well, except that Cowl Induction 454 Chevelle. That I raced, one night. I worked on that Chevelle, allot. I was always breaking stuff. From Hot Rodding it around Town. I had moved to Wichita Falls, at that time too. But, my Second Cousin, who bought the old Chevy. Had moved away by then. So, no Car Talk, with him. I ended up bending the Frame on the 70 Chevelle. When Rat Racing a Buddy, through the Neighborhood. I was following my Buddy, through the twists and turns. And my Breaks got Hot. He knew where he was going and I had never done this Rat Racing thing Before... I could get up to 70mph, in one block. And I really wanted to Pass Him up and show him. Just how fat my Car was! But, that last turn, was a T-Intersection. And I just couldn't make it. I ended up. Running over a Storm Drain and in the front yard of a very nice old Lady. She, didn't even make me pay for the damage, to her lawn. Or press Charges. Yes, the police, did show up. I was, supposed to come back and fill in the Tire Tracks in her yard, that I had made, with some Dirt. But, I was so Embarrassed, by the whole thing. I didn't have the nerve to ask my Boss. If I could use the Company Truck, to haul some Dirt to that. If the nice Lady, were still with us. I would like to apologize to her, to this day... So, After Bending my frame and forever ruining the driving and handling of my Chevelle. I turned my attention back to my Panel Truck. When that Rod Bearing Spun, in the Trucks 454. I pulled the Engine, out of the Chevelle. And put it in the Panel Truck. I had moved back to Azle, TX, by that time. And I did, the whole job, in my Moms Driveway. Over one Weekend, in 30 degree Weather!:O I had to have something to drive to work, on Monday. I had bought a Mobile Home, in Wichita Falls. And then moved it back home, by that time. But, I lived in a Trailer Park, then and had no Place to work on Cars. That, was one fast Panel Truck, though:) I later Sold my beloved 64 Panel Truck. To get the money, for a Down Payment on Some Land. So, I gave her up, for a Place of my own. I had a few other Cars and Trucks, over the years. But, not much, that seem worth mentioning here. Well, there was the 1972 3/4 Ton Chevy Van. That I took the motor out and had it rebuilt. And I replaced the Standard Trans With a Turbo 350 Auto Trans. That was a good Van. Before that, I had a brand Brand New 1980 Chevy Cargo Van. With a straight Six. I was going to Customize the Interior. And make it a nice Camper - Good Times Van. But, I had to sell it, when times go rough. I always wanted to Customize the interiors of those Vans. But, never go around to it. I spent most of my spare time, working on the mechanical stuff. Then, in 1992, I bought my 1976 Chevy Blazer 4x4. With a 350 4bbl engine and a Turbo 350 Auto Trans. I had allot of fun Off Roading in that Blazer. And spent way to much money on Broken Parts and Big Tires, over the years. I had the motor Rebuilt, soon after I got it. Actually, I had the motor from the 1972 Chevy Van Rebuilt and put in the Blazer. And saved the Blazer's 350, for the Van. I didn't do all of that work my self. I had tired of always laying around under a Vehicle and eating Dirt and Grease. I was making good money, in those days. So, I had the Azle High Schools, Auto Mechanics Class, do the Work. I went to School there too. And wanted to give the kids something cooler to work on. Than those, Teachers Cars. The kids did seem to like working on my Trucks. When I took them in. They asked me all kinds of questions and seemed actually excited about the it. I had them take the motor out of the Van. The Teacher knew a good Machine Shop. And he sent it there, to be rebuilt. They got the Blazer finished, just before the School Year Ended. But, they didn't get the Blazers motor, put in the Van. So, I had a Van with the motor setting in the back, after that. I never did get that motor put, back in the Van. And ended up selling it to a Neighbor. I still have the Blazer, and it's what I drive, to this day. I have another Van now, too. My uncle gave me a 1983 Dodge Good Times Van, a few years ago. It needs some work. It runs good and the interior is in very good shape. But, the motor smokes. I think it's the Valve Guide Seals. And the Electrical, needs allot of work, too. Well, how did it know... That when I told my uncle, How to use a piece of Aluminum Foil. To make an emergency Fuse. By wrapping it around a Blown Fuse. That he would leave them in there and Burn up half of the Wiring in the Van!:O I told him, to be very careful and not leave them in there, for a long time... He did the same thing, to his Dodge Conversion Van, Motor Home too... He, was a good guy. He's has since Passed On. And I am very grateful, to him. For, giving me one of my dreams. The Good Times Van. Now, if I can just get all of the work done, that I would like to do, to these Trucks. I can't afford to have the work done, these days... So, even though. I have always really been a Chevy Guy. The Video Below. Shows, everything about the 1932 Ford V8 Cars, Trucks and Vans. That I never knew. Everything, form how the motor is designed, to the Frame and Body, the tires, wheels, everything. It's a 30 minute, video. And well worth every minute of my time to watch it.

I'm Putting in links to my Playlists, of Hot Rod Cars, Trucks, Boats, 4x4's and Off Road Videos, that I have found on YouTube, over the years, too.
Check out the related Links and Video links too...

Don 




Autos - Cool or Odd Cars and Trucks
M35 2½-ton cargo truck - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Grumman LLV - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Trabant - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Citroën 2CV - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Renault Dauphine - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Lada Riva - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Zastava Koral - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Nash Metropolitan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
1932 Ford V8 Promotional Film - YouTube
1932 Chevrolet Promotional Film - Google Search
1932 Chevrolet Promotional Film - YouTube
1932 Chevrolet Promotional Film - Google Search
1932 Chevrolet - Google Search
1932 Chevrolet How it was made - Google Search
▶ VID#3 1932 Chevrolet Confederate Sedan Restoration completed. - YouTube
The Car Cooling System - Your Chevrolet - 1930's - YouTube
1932 Chevrolet - YouTube
1932 Chevrolet Add - Google Search
▶ Cars of the Future [Full Documentary] - YouTube
▶ Radio Ad for 1932 Chevrolet - YouTube
1932 Chevrolet Confederate Deluxe Sports CABRIOLET ! / STREET ACTION - YouTube
▶ Test Driving 1956 Chevrolet Bel Air Convertible 265 V8 Power Pack - Fast Lane Classic Cars - YouTube
▶ 1932 chevrolet confederate pickup - YouTube
▶ 1932 CHEVROLET I FOUND THIS IN A BARN DURING HARVEST - YouTube
▶ Will it Run? Episode 4: 1957 Dodge Regent - YouTube
▶ 1932 Chevrolet 1 ton truck / cruisin' in video after sitting for years - YouTube
Reo Speedwagon 1929 Truck starting up. - YouTube
1918 Mack Truck starting up 2 - YouTube
Mack AC Driving off Trailer - YouTube
1931 Chain drive MACK AC. Beautifully restored and running! CHECK IT OUT... - YouTube
1927 Indiana Truck with 12459 unrestored miles. hauling & dumping dirt. 8/13/2011... - YouTube
Driving WW1 Nash Quad - 1918 Army Ammo Carrier - YouTube

Hot Rod Cars
10 lug 2-piece wheel to 6 lug hub adapter - Steel Soldiers::Military Vehicles Supersite
1928 Schumacher Special (early hot rod) - THE H.A.M.B.
1937 Ford Cabriolet Street Rod Gibbons Body | Hotautoweb.com
1951 Nash for Nash1951 - YouTube
1951 Nash Rat Rod walk around - YouTube
1955 Chevy Nomad Classic Car Hot Rod Video | Free Autos & Vehicles Videos - Watch Autos & Vehicles Videos Online | Veoh
1967 Chevy Camaro - Affordably Flat Paiting - Hot Rod Magazine
1970 Chevy Chevelle SS Project Propane - Google Search
1970 Chevy Chevelle SS Project Propane - HOT ROD TV | Videos – Hotrod Magazine
2012 Drag Week - Wednesday Gallery - Hot Rod Magazine Blog
2013 Drag Week Blog - Hot Rod Magazine Blog
426 Hemi in a '55 Chevy! Roadkill Episode 8 - YouTube
'66 Buick Back From The Dead! - HOT ROD Unlimited Episode 5 - YouTube
'66 Buick Back From The Dead! - HOT ROD Unlimited Episode 5 - YouTube
6 bolt to 10 Bolt wheel adapters - Steel Soldiers::Military Vehicles Supersite
Aerodynamic automobiles | Photo Gallery - Yahoo! News
Air Ride Suspension | Lowering Kits | Lift Kits | Hot Rod Suspension | Muscle Car Suspension 6lug To 10lug TruckN.com
American Icon The Hot Rod : Programs : Discovery Channel : Discovery Press Web
Barn Find '66 Buick Hits the Autocross! - HOT ROD Unlimited Episode 18 - YouTube
Brandan Gillogly Blog - Brandan Gillogly on Hot Rod Magazine Blog
▶ Chasing a Landspeed Record at Bonneville with a 1100hp Camaro! - Roadkill Ep. 20 - YouTube
Cheap Truck Challenge! - Roadkill Episode 3 - YouTube
Classic Cars, Antique Cars, Trucks & Race Cars for Sale Online in Texas
Cruisin': The Iconic Cars of "American Graffiti" - weather.com
Custom stretch limo, Chevrolet Corvette Stingray
▶ Day 1 Live From Bowling Green, KY! - HOT ROD Drag Week 2013 - YouTube
Day 3 Live From Collinsville, IL! - HOT ROD Drag Week 2013 - YouTube
▶ Day 5 Live From Bowling Green, KY! - HOT ROD Drag Week 2013 - YouTube
discovery.channel.american.icon.hot.rod.Furians.flv | SockShare
Discovery Channel American Icon - Hot Rod - Google Search
Discovery Channel American Icon - Hot Rod - Google Search
Discovery Channel American Icon - Hot Rod - Google Search
Discovery Channel American Icon Hot Rod - Google Search
Discovery Channel American Icon Hot Rod - Google Search
DonsDeals
DonsDeals Associates Store - Mr. Gasket Hot Rod Calc Street and Strip Performance Calculator
Drag Boat Racing! - Hot Rod Unlimited Episode 22 - YouTube
Drag Racing with Prudhomme! California Hot Rod Reunion 2012 - HOT ROD Unlimited Episode 21 - YouTube
DRAG STRIP RIOT! Classic hot rod rockabilly film - YouTube
Drag Week 2013: 16 Year Old Alex Taylor on Her Day One Pass and 68 Camaro - YouTube
Drag Week 2013: 1969 Mustang Crashes and Continues On
Drag Week 2013: 1969 Mustang Crashes and Continues On
Drag Week 2013 Carnage: 1971 Camaro Crash Repair in the Hotel Parking Lot - YouTube
Drag Week 2013 Crash: 1969 Mustang Hits Both Walls, With In-Car Cam - YouTube
▶ Drag Week 2013: Dave Ahokas on Pro Mods Versus Steel Cars in the Unlimited Class - YouTube
Drag Week 2013 Day 1: Registration Day - YouTube
Drag Week 2013 Day 3: Tom Bailey and Dave Ahokas - YouTube
Drag Week 2013 Day One: Bailey Runs 6.72, Quickest Ever at Drag Week - YouTube
Drag Week 2013 Gallery: Another Nova Sky Launch, Day 4 - Hot Rod Blog
Drag Week 2013: Henninger's Crashes His 7-Sec Turbo Camaro - Hot Rod
Drag Week 2013 Photos: Wrenching Party in the Hotel Parking Lot - Hot Rod Magazine Blog
Drag Week 2013 - Thursday from Memphis! - YouTube
Drag Week 2013: Tom Bailey Runs 6.709 on Day Two - YouTube
▶ Drag Week 2013: Tom Bailey's 6.72-Second Camaro Hits the Highway - YouTube
Drag Week 2013: Tom Bailey's 6.72-Second Camaro Hits the Highway - YouTube
Drag Week 2013 Video: Day 4 Recap - Hot Rod Magazine Blog
Drag Week 2013 Video: First Six-Second Average Ever! - Hot Rod Blog
Drag Week 2013 Video: First Six-Second Average Ever! - Hot Rod Blog
Drag Week 2013 Video: The 7-Second Spin-Out - Hot Rod Magazine Blog
Drag Week 2013 VIDEO: Tom Bailey is So Fast He Blew is Door Off - Literally - Hot Rod Magazine Blog
El Paso To LA: The Hard Way! - Roadkill Episode 1 - YouTube
Extreme Elco Engine Swap! - Roadkill Episode 4 - YouTube
Gears of War
hot rod 454 - Google Search
hot rod 454 - YouTube
Hot Rod Carts
hot rod chevy - Google Search
Hot Rod, Custom Roadsters, Classic Muscle Cars & Trucks - Hot Rod Magazine
HOT ROD GIRL (1956) Lori Nelson - Chuck Connors - Frank Gorshin - YouTube
hot rod girl - Google Search
Hot Rod Girl : Norman T. Herman : Free Download & Streaming : Internet Archive
Hot Rod Girl : Norman T. Herman : Free Download & Streaming : Internet Archive
Hot Rod Girls - YouTube
Hot Rod Magazine 1966 Buick Rescue Part 1: It Runs After 30 Years - YouTube
Hot Rod Magazine 1966 Buick Rescue Part 6: The Wrapup - YouTube
HOT ROD Magazine Buick Barn Find Rescue Part 2 - YouTube
HOT ROD Magazine - YouTube
Hot Rod TV _ Mopar or No Car | PopScreen
Hot Rod TV _ Unique Performance | PopScreen
Hot Rod Wagon | Northern Tool + Equipment Project Communities
How to Build a Chevelle in a Day - HOT ROD Unlimited Episode 2 - YouTube
How to Eat Roadkill: 8 steps (with video) - wikiHow
Ingenuity In Action (1959) NHRA Hot Rod Film - YouTube
Internet Archive Search: hot rod
Internet Archive Search: hot rod chevy
NASCAR Videos & Car Racing Video Clips - Stock Car Racing Magazine
Nash1951 - YouTube
Norman E. Timbs Buick Streamliner, 1948 - Retronaut | Transportation
Part 4: Alabama Army Truck - Mud Boggin! - Dirt Every Day Ep. 17 - YouTube
Rat Rod vs Lamborghini Aventador! Roadkill Episode 5 - YouTube
Rat Rod vs Lamborghini Aventador! Roadkill Episode 5 - YouTube
Release The Draguar! Building a Blown Jaguar Rat Rod - Roadkill Episode 7 - YouTube
REPLAY: Day 1 Live From Bowling Green, KY! - HOT ROD Drag Week 2013 - YouTube
REPLAY: Day 2 Live From Indianapolis, IN! - HOT ROD Drag Week 2013 - YouTube
▶ REPLAY: Day 4 Live From Millington, TN! - HOT ROD Drag Week 2013 - YouTube
Roadkill Blog | Exploring Creative Use of Vintage and Junk Yard Auto Parts, Innovative Fabrication and Inventive Techniques
Roadkill Blog | Exploring Creative Use of Vintage and Junk Yard Auto Parts, Innovative Fabrication and Inventive Techniques
Roadkill Blog | Exploring Creative Use of Vintage and Junk Yard Auto Parts, Innovative Fabrication and Inventive Techniques
Roadkill Search on Motor Trend - YouTube
SEMA 2007: 1,000 HP ProPane Chevelle by Mothers
Surviving HOT ROD Drag Week! - Roadkill Episode 9 - YouTube
Surviving HOT ROD Drag Week! - Roadkill Episode 9 - YouTube
Surviving HOT ROD Drag Week! - Roadkill Episode 9 - YouTube
Surviving HOT ROD Drag Week! - Roadkill Episode 9 - YouTube
The 2012 Fastest Street Car in America! - HOT ROD Unlimited Episode 19 - YouTube
The Art of Hot Rodding - Mike Burroughs' BMW-Powered 1928 Ford Model A on Vimeo
The Cool Hot Rod (1953) - YouTube
The Great Gildersleeve: Dancing School / Marjorie's Hotrod Boyfriend / Magazine Salesman - YouTube
The Ranchero Returns! Alaska or Bust: The Sequel - Roadkill Episode 13 - YouTube
"The A.L.F.A 40/60 HP was a race and road car made by ... | Gears o...
Thrash Battle! Van vs Wagon - Roadkill Episode 6 - YouTube
Viddler.com - 1938 hot rod chevy - Uploaded by brogary
Viva Ranchero! Alaska or Bust! - Roadkill Episode 2 - YouTube
Wheels Tires for sale, trade, buy, sell
YouTube - hot rod
YouTube - hot rod
YouTube - hot rod
YouTube - Hot Rod School Bus
YouTube - Ingenuity in Action (1958) NHRA Hot Rod Film
YouTube - Limeys Hot Rod Video
The Petersen Crew Takes a Ride in The Wildest Hot Rod You've Ever Seen! - YouTube
The Petersen Crew Takes a Ride in The Wildest Hot Rod You've Ever Seen! - YouTube

Autocycles
Pulse specifications
Velomobile is a Human-Powered Commuter Vehicle That's More Comfy Than a Bike | Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building
YouTube - Autocycles - Fly/In Cruise/In
YouTube - Autocycles's Channel
Autonomous Vehicles - Self Driving Cars
All About the Google Autonomous Vehicle Project - Hack a Day
An Autonomous Minivan for Busy Parents | Hackaday
Autonomous car Renault Espace : (Quasper dynamic bench test) - YouTube
Autonomous Vehicle Driving Itself on Highway - YouTube
BishopCo.com DonsDeals Blog: How Google's Self-Driving Car Works - Google's Self-Driving Golf Carts - YouTube
Build your own self-driving car - Hack a Day
Google's Self-Driving Golf Carts - YouTube
▶ How Google's Self-Driving Car Works - YouTube
LiveScience.com - Self-Driving Cars
On the Fringe: Creating autonomous vehicles in our homes, offices, factories and hospitals - Think. Innovate - Blogs - TI E2E Community
Scalable electronics driving autonomous vehicle technologies (Rev. A) - sszy010a.pdf
Sebastian Thrun: Google's Driverless Car
YouTube - Autonomous Vehicle Driving Itself on Highway
YouTube - Google Self-Driving Car In Action

Autos Autonomous Car - Delphi's Automated Driving Vehicle making a Trip from CA to NY
Automated Driving Takes a Significant Step Forward with Delphi | Business Wire
BishopCo.com DonsDeals Blog: Delphi's Automated Driving Vehicle Taking a little Trip - will launch near the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco and travel on a 3,500 mile journey to New York City - Videos and info
delphi_27s_automated_driving_vehicle.mp4
Delphi Automated Driving Vehicle - Google Search
Delphi Drive - It's official, we're taking a cross country road trip!
Delphi Drive Photos
Delphi is a leading global supplier of electronics and technologies for automotive, commercial vehicle and other market segments
Delphi's Automated Driving Vehicle - Google Search
Delphi's Automated Driving Vehicle - Google Search
delphi's automated driving vehicle - Google Search
Delphi's Automated Driving Vehicle - YouTube
Delphi Taking First Autonomous Coast-to-Coast Drive in Modded SQ5 – News – Car and Driver | Car and Driver Blog
Self-driving Audi to drive from California to New York | Computerworld
Nissan CEO: We will have an autonomous vehicle next year | Computerworld
Delphi Drive: Day 9 - YouTube

Automotive bus open sourced with Linux-based design
Automotive bus open sourced with Linux-based design ·  LinuxGizmos.com
Home (USA) – IAV Automotive Engineering
Latest PandaBoard moves to 1.2GHz OMAP4460 ·  LinuxGizmos.com
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TUM - TU München: Elektromobilität, effizient und sicher
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Visio.M: news single view_en
Visio.M - Product - CeBIT 2015

Autos - CANtact is an open source Controller Area Network (CAN) to USB interface for your computer It can Connect to any CAN enabled car using a standard OBD-II cable
Speaking CAN With Open Source Hardware | Hackaday
CANard 0.1.1 : Python Package Index
CANtact · GitHub
Black Hat Asia 2015 | Briefings
A $60 Gadget That Makes Car Hacking Far Easier | WIRED
STM32F042C6 Entry-level ARM Cortex-M0 MCU with 32 Kbytes Flash, 48 MHz CPU, USB, CAN and CEC functions - STMicroelectronics
MCP2561 - Interface- Controller Area Network (CAN)
MCP2561/2 Data Sheet - 20005167C.pdf
CANtact - The Open-Source Car Tool
CANtact • Hackaday.io
gallery • Hackaday.io
CANtact/cantact.github.io · GitHub
CANtact/cantact-hw · GitHub
CANtact/cantact-fw · GitHub
Buy a CANtact v1.0
BishopCo.com DonsDeals Blog: Autos - CANtact is an open source Controller Area Network (CAN) to USB interface for your computer It can Connect to any CAN enabled car using a standard OBD-II cable

Boat Project - 74 Foot Homemade Boat by Tom Taylor
Off-grid float cabin: retirement tiny dream home in BC wilderness - YouTube - dweb98@gmail.com - Gmail
74 Foot Homemade Boat Part 2 of 3 - YouTube
Tom Taylor - YouTube

Boats
Boat Parts from Marine Parts Source
Boats and Motors
Cabin
Defender Marine Outfitters Boats and Motors
Free Freight Policy
Marine Electrical Products from Defender Marine
Marine Electrical Wire on Sale
Marine Electronics from Defender Marine
Marine Parts Source Business Review in White House, TN - Middle Tennessee BBB
marinepartssource.com fuel hose search Inventory Display Page
Marine Parts Source - White House TN 37188 | 866-388-0390 | Boating
Marine Triplex Wire on Sale
OUTBACK POWER SYSTEMS OBFH-30-600Vdc-DIN - High Voltage DC Fuse Holder 30A (DIN Mount)
Shaft Anodes - Anodes
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