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On this episode of My Classic Car, Dennis makes his way to New York for the Saratoga Spring Invitational. 2:30 - 1930 Packard 745 Waterhouse Convertible 5:12 - 1967 Camaro by Nickey Chevrolet 7:44 - 1926 Franklin 11A Sport Runabout 10:29 - 1949 Bentley 12:47 - MG F1 Magna Website - http://www.myclassiccar.com Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/myclassiccar Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/myclassiccar Google+ - https://plus.google.com/103516592864435202958
On July 16th, 2017, I visited the Saratoga Classic Car Show in Saratoga, California, and did my best to film as many cool cars as possible. Enjoy! Music: Louis Armstrong - La Vie En Rose (DNZL Remix) https://soundcloud.com/dxnzxl/louis-armstrong-la-vie-en-rose-dnzl-remix
Full Article | http://defense-update.com/20111010_navistar-introduces-the-saratoga-light-tactical-vehicle.html The new Saratoga uses the MaxxForce D6.0L V8 engine, automatic engaging limited slip differentials, Allison 2100 SP 6-SP Automatic Transmission and air independent suspension for added control.
See more at http://hittingredline.com/ . The BMW Vintage show at the Saratoga Automobile Museum is perhaps the most impressive in the Northeast for that manufacturer, and always brings a host of incredibly rare vehicles from a variety of eras. This year's massive show included such examples as an M1, two E34 Alpina B10s, two Alpina B7s, a Z1 roadster, a rare Farmobil, and a vast collection of both E9 and E24 coupes. The show was a fantastic wrap-up to both the Saratoga season and the summer/fall car show season, and gives New England's BMW enthusiasts another show to mark down for next year. Keep an eye out for more HittingRedline videos in the future, and follow HRL on Facebook for photo and video updates. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HittingRedline Twitter: https://twitter.c...
An excellent museum located in Saratoga Springs. It also included an excellent array or motorcycles.
Normally stunt crew undergo some calculations for such a jump, I said: screw that! I set the rump by eye and went 10 km/h faster then everyone advised.In this business more speed can only mean one thing - more destruction! My 87 Firebird flew for about 80 ft, smashed into the last two landing cars, rolled in the air, slammed on the ground and skidded on the roof. I couldn't have asked for a better scenario!
For more information on this vehicle visit http://tinyurl.com/7nfv3kr This 1957 Chrysler Saratoga may very well be the nicest in existence. With just 33,039 original miles and forty years of registrations to a single Iowa owner, it's a stunning example of Virgil Exner's finest work. The body is 100% original sheetmetal from nose to those glamorous fins, and it has just a single repaint in its original black and white color scheme. With those fins, this car looks about a mile long, so it had to be right because there was just too many places for problems to hide. Even upon close inspection, it's pretty tough to find anything wrong with this car's bodywork. There's no trick photography here, it truly is as remarkable in person as it looks on screen. Quad headlights were just coming into fas...
See more at http://hittingredline.com/ . This past Saturday may have been a burning hot summer day, but that didn't stop some of the best Bimmers in New England from turning up at the BMW Vintage show in Saratoga Springs, New York. Held on the grounds of the Saratoga Automobile Museum, this show managed to attract the rarest of the rare, including a track-prepped E9 3.0CSL, the BMW Z1 featured before in my videos, a beautiful 1600GT, a period-correct E12 (down to the Blaupunkt equalizer beside the stereo) and seven Baur 3-series cars (six E21s, one E30) - one of the largest groups in one spot. In all, a fantastic day for any Bimmer enthusiast. Music for this film is "4 Moments (Reprise)" by Keffy Kay, used under a Creative Commons Attribution license.