The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by X--GASSER, Jan 25, 2007.
check it out.
Too cool ! Thanks for sharing..
Yep, that's a good one!!
Good stuff. Be sure to watch all 3 parts..
way friggin kool!!!can you save these u tube clips to your computer???id like to keep that one!!!
Breeder you can i think, just need to make a account, which is easy.
well, im signed up but cant find where to save it to my comp!!!but im also a fucktard...that may have something to do with it!
breeder, just have a search on google i think there are a couple of capture programs for youtube around.
Yup, that one was posted here once before, but you're right--it's awesome!
I told my uncle about it, and his reply was "Yeah, I remember that...I was there racing."
Seen this filom before but I still watched every second of it. Anyone know of what that intake is on the dragster from oceanside??????
Pre TV coverage NHRA made more of these movies of the Nationals. I know around '68 or '69 I watched a couple from the mid '60s. Don't know if they're available anywhere but if NHRA has them in their archives they oughta make them available on DVD.
thanks!!!ill figure out what that means and take a look!!!
Found them a couple of weeks ago! There are more to be found n
That was great , Loved it. Gasserman
O.K. I finally got to see them! BAD ASS!!! amazing stuff! So between my dial-up, and non-computer savynes, can I record those on a disc? I have a dvd/rw burner on my computer, it the computer is 3 weeks old so I am not up to "snuff" on everything yet ! I have never even burned a cd/dvd before. Do I save it to my computer first from you tube or do I just burn it from the site??? I want all 3 videos on one disc to watch on my big screen...Thanks for ANY help...Ken
Loved it, Thanks. The Turner Turnpike scene at the end is from just down the road from here. Been updated a little since then though.
I am 51 years old and remember when the Turner turnpike looked like that (TX to MO. every summer). GREAT MEMORIES!!!!
Brings back many memories. Great to see montgomery in the early days of the gasser wars. thanks much.
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