Darrian grew up holding the flashlight for his father as he worked on the family car. Over time this led to an addiction to all things automotive. When he turned 14 he purchased his first car, a 1962 Mercury Comet, a car which he still owns. This vehicle solidified his passion for cars and led to him attending tech school and becoming an auto technician full time for the better part of 4.5 years before he saw his opportunity to get back to his real passion, old cars. Uncommon or unusual cars are his favorite and the 60's can make a comeback at any time as far as he’s concerned.
Darrian recently purchased a 302 Ford BluePrint Crate Engine for his 1962 Comet. Learn more as he walks you through what is included in the kit, it's out-of-the-box assembly and the performance metrics of the engine.
In this video, Joe and Darrian discuss and demonstrate how to properly set up and use the Speedway Tubing Notcher. It’s the perfect tool for fabricators and hobbyists alike! Use it to make headers, custom chassis, roll cages, or anything in between.