Category Archive: BangShift Galleries, BangShift XL, Gallery, Historic Photos, XL Gallery, XL Online Find

The Way It Was: These Photos of Trucks, Roads, and Factories From 100 Years Ago Are Awesome

(Photos from Detroit Library Digital Collection) – One of the things we love looking at in these old photos that we have been periodically showing you are the backgrounds of the various...

New Wrecking Yard Inventory! Original El Camino – Complete Project! Factory Red, P/S, P/B, Factory AC!

Here’s another potential project for someone out there looking for a cool 1968 El Camino. I have always wanted to own an El Camino, after growing up with a 1965 El Camino and then going to high...

Unique Restoration: Watch This Pneumatic Underwater Saw Get Brought Back From The Depths Of Despair

One of the things I love about the Hand Tool Rescue channel is that the guy doesn’t just do great work, he does that work on tools and devices I never knew existed. Take this video for example....

Cross ExRAMination: Someone Is Selling Everything You Need To Build Your Own Max Wedge From The Block Up

It’s always neat to hear people’s stories of finding parts here and there, working over time to gather everything they need to complete an engine build, a restoration, or another project...

This Ultra Clean Big Block, 3/4 Ton Custom Deluxe Suburban Is Rust Free, Ultra Cool, And Up For Auction!

Seller’s Description and Videos! ****THIS IS SELLING WITH NO RESERVE!!!*** ****PLEASE WATCH THE VIDEOS BELOW FOR A MORE IN-DEPTH LOOK AND DESCRIPTION OF THIS SUBURBAN!!*** You are bidding on a...

This Slammed 1965 P10 Chevrolet Van Is Ready For Power Tour! Someone Buy It And Take Us With Them! q

I love P10 vans, let me just get that out of the way first thing. These cool little box vans were built to haul stuff. Deliveries, ice cream, milk, mail, whatever, they were built to carry stuff,...

Online Oddball: This Turbo Diesel 1985 Ford Van Is A Dually And We LOVE It!

When Billy sent me an email about his 1985 Ford Van I wasn’t all that excited or impressed until I saw the photos, at which point I wished there were more. Billy’s email said “Just...

An Airplane Car: Yeah, This Sucker Might Not Fly, But It Sure Will Make People Wonder!

You’ll find a lot of weird stuff for sale on Marketplace, Craigslist, and eBay and that includes all kinds of vehicles that we like to check out, but this one here is special. I mean you...

For Sale: This 1965 Dodge D300 Is Epic Tow Rig Greatness With A Modern Engine Swap!

Dude! Just look at this one! This is a California survivor of the most epic kind. With perfect sheet metal and no rust, this 1965 Dodge D300 is the most perfect example of how nicely cars can be...

Take A Tour Of This 86 Year Old McCormick-Deering Grader That Still Plows Snow In Oregon

Well here’s the slowest thing that’ll be featured BangShift this week! The video below shows an ancient McCormick-Deering grader that has been restored to working condition by its owner...

I Want This 1992 Suburban So Bad! But In Non-Running Condition, Is It Worth This?

I’m a Suburban fan and this OBS 1992 model is really speaking to me. It’s super clean, had a blown big block in it, and is totally my style. But it threw a rod, was taken apart, and is...

Looking Back To Look Ahead: The 1993 Land Cruiser J80 Still Stands As A Really Great Example Of The Quintessential SUV

From 1990 through 2008, the Toyota Land Cruiser J80 ruled the Earth. Well, that may be overstating it, but the J80 generation of these trucks were sold all over the world in varying configurations....

Marketplace Find: Buy This Life Size Tonka Truck And Relive Your Youth!

It’s not cheap, but it sure is cool looking. This 1978 Ford has been made into a real-life Tonka truck you can drive. You’ll need to have a big garage to park it in because this thing is...

Wild: These 1930s Federal Mogual Thermo Flow Cylinder Heads Are Made Of Bronze Copper Alloy!

You know that we love the freaky weirdo parts that were developed for the flathead Ford V8 over the years. From the overhead valve conversions, intake manifolds by the hundreds, and the list goes on....