1970 Dodge Charger sat for 20 years... Will It Run? feat.
Can we get a '70 Charger running after sitting for 20 years? Watch part 2 on @Dylan McCool Special thanks to @Shell Rotella® Heavy Duty Engine Oil. #sponsored Where to buy @Shell Rotella®: https://geni.us/shell_ushttps://geni.us/shell_ca #roadtorecovery #runsonrotella
0:00 Hasn't moved in 20 years 2:49 Buried treasure 5:15 Will it roll? 9:59 Car history 11:57 Fuel tank bypass 17:04 Setting ignition points gap 18:30 Will it start? 23:06 Flip up headlights 24:29 Radio, windows 26:23 Ignition coil replacement 28:25 2barrel carburetor 31:00 Oil filter change 32:44 Fuel pump replacement 33:46 Carb float plate adjustment 37:46 Will it move? 38:58 Getting oil everywhere 40:30 Running on all cylinders? 46:44 DIdn't solve anything 47:52 Been shocked before 49:56 Just waking up 53:15 Give the Dodge a bath
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