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Nick has been looking forward to hearing this car making sweet noises for a long time now. But, not nearly as long as the car’s original owner has. Today, a nearly 5 decade wait will come to an end in style!
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Nick uses lots of tools.. here are a few.
Sunex Worm Drive Engine Stand
Moroso Carburetor Drain Cup
Lincoln Electric Handy MIG Welder
Moroso Jet Tool
Holley 36-181 Jet Assortment Kit
Alert magnetic work light
ProLite hanging work light
NEIKO Rechargeable Underhood Light
ATD Tools Corded/Cordless Underhood Light
Nick’s Garage is created with passion, and the following gear.
GoPro HERO7 action camera
GoPro HERO8 Action Camera
GoPro HERO9 Action Camera
Canon XF400 professional camcorder
Canon 90D DSLR
Manfrotto Befree Travel Video Tripod
Manfrotto Xpro Aluminum Video Monopod
Rode VideoMic Pro+
Rode Microphones Wireless Go
Saramonic Blink500 Pro Wireless Microphones
Zoom F1-LP Lavalier Body-Pack Recorder
Zoom F2-BT Digital Multitrack Recorder
Lowepro ProTactic Camera Backpack
Lowepro Multi-Purpose Backpack
Nanuk 970 Waterproof Hard Case
Dinkum Systems ActionPod PRO
DJI OM 4 Gimbal
Lume Cube Panel Mini Video Light
Lume Cube 2.0 Light
Aputure MC Video Light
Litra LitraTorch 2.0 On Camera Light
Apple iMac with Retina 5K Display
LaCie Rugged USB-C 4TB External Hard Drive
Wow, what an amazing video!!! I felt like I was right there with you guys the whole time, smelling the fumes from the Petro 94, and hearing all of the sounds that are there during the first start of the engine in the 500. Hearing the good vibrations from the open headers, man it just doesn't get any better than that. I had a smile on my face the during the entire video and a tear in my eyes as well. George you did an incredible job on this video, everything was spot on, the camera angles the sound, and I didn't even mind sitting on the tire machine, lol. You made me feel like I was part of the entire experience, and I thank you for that. Nick & Manny thank you so much for all of your hard work over the entire build. The 500 looks better than it ever has, and you have exceeded my expectations throughout the build. Another muscle car saved by Nick's Garage, The best little garage in Laval Quebec, with a giant reputation. The ending of the video was very special for me, and 100 Bikes For Kids, thank you so much.
This would be such a good Channel if you guys would do just some editing any editing please someone who knows how to edit
Awesome job Nick. A world class restoration to be proud of. This brought tears to my eyes.
I`m so proud of you Nick.
Wow amazing car and great work thanks nick for sharing for us 🥰😎👍
Car in Quebec, owner in Texas, NJ plates? WTF?
I don't get it. The owner looks 70. Bought it 54 years ago when he was 16 and never used it. Just doesn't make sense.
Amazing well done fantastic video
I think Nick flashed back to being 21 when he created black stripes of art on his garage floor.
Start it already
Good throttle response.
Take off the brake booster and replace the master with a small bore master.
Did you need anything else to make this work? Like modules or new key fobs?
Perfection standing still and a dream in motion.
Rattling big old engines!
Great looking Dodge Charger. One curious thing though, the serial number begins with XX29 on both the Chrysler invoice to Creative Industries and on the bill of sale from Fowler Motors, but on the 1973 registration, and on the Certificate of Ownership from 1969, it begins with XS29 ?
A little history for Mopar fans Nick, December 15th 1969, the last Superbirds were built.
Very beautiful car. I love the color it looks awesome. The car sounds great. Fantastic work guys 👍
The SLP/Ed Hamburger connection took me back to the 80:s when I ordered a big chunk of parts for my 65 Dart 360 in Finland, the shipping documents were signed by Ed himself!
What you. Think. About this mother flowers being it's mothers day 5-8-2022 Imagine what this car has missed out in life but the car comes to life on a Sunday lot of catching up.
Light it up!.
Not bad for a Hundred Thousand dollars.
Eugene Don’t forget to put the bullet back in the trunk
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