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Greg, that video needs to be longer w/ more action video of your car, especially in the daylight. Not picking it apart, just wanted to see more of that beast on the street from a couple different angles. That 545 sounds awesome!
 

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Car looks SUPER ...

I'd hate to think I'm partial to Yellow and Black ...

But I agree ... you are doing well and given some additional practice ... your videos will be getting better all the time.

Any way you slice it you are better than me ...

I couldn't make a video if my life, eerrr Title, eerrr whatever? ... depended on it


Good Job ... thanks for the peek


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<font size=-1>[ This Message was edited by: MonsterMach on 10/13/06 11:43am ]</font>
 

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Thanks for the kind words, the car and my video production skills are works in progress...lol...

Here's a little in car shot. Did a 2nd gear launch and let off at about 80.


http://s80.photobucket.com/albums/j168/point92mach/?action=view¤t=DrunkJim.flv

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'71 Torino GT - 545 stroker, Edelbrock CJ heads w/ 11.8:1 compression, victor intake with 850 DP, Broader performance C6, Edge converter, 3.89 detroit locker

http://i80.photobucket.com/albums/j168/point92mach/DSC02792a.jpg</a> " BORDER="0" WIDTH="384" HEIGHT="188">

<font size=-1>[ This Message was edited by: GregP on 10/13/06 12:27pm ]</font>
 

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Love the idle on that thing man. I've never been partial to big blocks, but that sounds sweet =).

Cris
 

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Movie Maker is a wonderful tool to use, once you've had a little practice with it.
Real nice Torino, and sounds tuff too!

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Cool stuff Greg.What are you actually using to shoot the video?..I always wanted to do some in car video but never came up with an easy way to mount a camera.
 

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The in car camera belonged to the guy in the right seat. It was a miniature camera mounted on suction cups attached to the back glass.

The recording media was all digital and it worked great. He said it was about $800.00 worth of stuff.

The rest was all taken with my Sony digital camera. It has a movie function that works OK. Not as good as a dedicated video camera, but it gets the job done.

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http://i80.photobucket.com/albums/j168/point92mach/DSC02792a.jpg</a> " BORDER="0" WIDTH="384" HEIGHT="188">

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Very cool Greg. Editing and making a video can be so fun, Yet such a PITA! at the same time.

Ive done a few but nothing like you have done.

Nice job!

Wildo
 
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