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God I love the mountains.....Beautiful shot.
That was a very nice way to begin my Monday morning. The carb balancing was certainly interesting! Steve and I share that multi-carb fascination, so seeing an expert tune by ear was a treat. I've never been able to sync by ear, but I understand the concept. Tuning twelve venturis by ear is quite a feat! The balancing coin was fantastic... but did you also notice the engine has almost no movement on its mounts when he revs it? Very solid.You should enjoy this then!. Even if youre not into carb balancing vids stick with it - the interview towards the end is worth the wait!
love the body lines of the Miura. i guess car regs don't let manufacturers make such pretty cars now - bumper heights, etc. such a shame as this is just pure sex. i saw a bright lime green one a few years ago at Amelia.. just a little ahead of one of my all time favorites the 246 dino.
One of mine too. Can almost forgive his terrible crooning over the sound of that glorious V12. My other favourite if you like lots of engineering chat, metal fabrication, 3D printing and top notch restoration / restomodding is Retropowercars. The series of videos documenting Gordon Murray's (yes that one) Escort Mk I build is particularly good. Hope they do an E9 one dayTCW is my favorite automotive Youtube channel at the moment