(screaming) - Fire trucks! They're huge and loud and they save your crap from burning down. They've been highly specialized vehicles ever since they were invented. But what are these things built on? What's all inside there? Well put on your fireproof suits boys and girls, we're going little hose
Tag: automotive history
It’s a cliche at this point: “Dude, cool project, got any plans for it?” “Ah Dude, LS swap, throw a cam in there, put the LS6 heads on it, it’s gonna be sick!” “Oh, cool”. Yeah, LS Swaps are a little played out. But I wanted to find out why more
- Before the Raptor sailed off the sand dunes, before the Explorer conquered America's highways, the Mustang's more rugged cousin, was winning off-road races and leading slow speed police chases. This is everything you need to know to get up to speed on the Ford Bronco. - Hmm, this guy's good. Damn he's good.
(energetic percussive music) - Like America herself, the pickup truck has become the melting pot of the automotive world. (engine roaring) Everyone has their own idea of what the pickup should be, but some people like to hate on the scenes they're not part of. And that bugs the sh (missing audio)
(upbeat music) - Most new cars are already really safe from the factory. Things like modern computers, combined with decades of car design experience have made modern cars safer than ever before. But experience doesn't come without making mistakes. And computers haven't always existed. Were cars death boxes of metal in the early years?
(loud banging) (upbeat, thumping music) - Wait, wait, wait, wait, wait, time out. I know what you're thinking. James is such a sick driver. Well even though I could probably do a 180 under a semi-truck if I really tried, I'm not the one driving that G70. That would
HOT ROD 100 Presents... History of the U.S. Automotive Industry