24 Hours of Lemons NJMP 2016 Wrap Up Video


By now you heave read about our performance at the 2014 Real Hoopties of New Jersey 24 Hours of Lemons race. Now from the Lemons HQ comes the wrap-up video. I was wondering why it took them so long and as soon as I saw the video I knew why – special effects and research into Tom and Jerry cartoons. Watch and see.
We’re not mentioned in the video, which could be perceived as good and/or bad, but surprisingly neither is the class C winning and really dominating  Rally Baby AMC Hornet.
 
 

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8 responses to “24 Hours of Lemons NJMP 2016 Wrap Up Video”

  1. jeepjeff Avatar
    jeepjeff

    As someone who has shown up in the wrap-up video every time I’ve raced… Well, I wouldn’t suggest it as a general goal. Getting skipped is probably a good thing.

  2. Wayne Moyer Avatar
    Wayne Moyer

    Speedycop really needs to use this as a theme for the Kiowa raceboat.

  3. Top-dead-centre Avatar
    Top-dead-centre

    That Hornet boasts of having 242 c.i.d. on the hood… I busted enough knuckles on my safety-cone-orange 1976 Hornet Sportabout wagon to know that it normally came equipped with a 232 or a 259.
    Overbore? 🙂

    1. jeepjeff Avatar
      jeepjeff

      Jeep 4.0L swap. My Wrangler 4.0L is a 242c.i.d. engine.

      1. Sjalabais Avatar
        Sjalabais

        A question I’ve been wondering about for a while now: Juggling “L” and “c.d.i.” – what is more common to use today?

        1. jeepjeff Avatar
          jeepjeff

          Liters have pretty clearly won across the board. Cubic inches are only really used for older Detroit lumps anymore, and the cutoff for that is sometime in the 80s. It’s a fuzzy line though: I don’t know of any hard cutoff where a manufacturer just switched to using liters across the board, so it tended to come with new engines or significant updates to existing platforms through the 80s.

      2. Top-dead-centre Avatar
        Top-dead-centre

        Haha… I also typoed the engine sizes.
        232 or 258 were original in the Hornet, with about as many common parts as the designers could muster.
        Yay engine swaps!

  4. Fuhrman16 Avatar
    Fuhrman16

    “It’s a room full of cats people!” Most apt discription of Lemons I’ve ever heard. lol

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