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Morning Coffee | S01 E10

Iso Grifo A3/C: Recreating The Riveted Race Car

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Jack Chesnutt
Jack Chesnutt
3 years ago

Really fine shooting, editing, and a special mention on the sound mix. This one should set the standard for audio both in the field and in the edit room for your videos. I will now join the chorus of those asking for MORE! This one made a fine opening. We need chapters 2 and 3.

Bizzarrini
Bizzarrini
3 years ago

Petrolicious is a quality or a poor car site ?
Why you promote replicas, it’s stupid and it makes no sense. It is necessary to value the existing inheritance and not the forgers who to earn money are ready for anything …. And after, also promote fake GTO, 250 SWB, your website deserves better than that

Andrew James
Andrew James
3 years ago
Reply to  Bizzarrini

muppet comment.. i love the replicas, it shows passion and dedication…

Bizzarrini
Bizzarrini
3 years ago

Why you promote replicas, it’s stupid and it makes no sense. It is necessary to value the existing inheritance and not the forgers who to earn money are ready for anything …. And after, also promote fake GTO, 250 SWB, your website deserves better than that

Howndog
Howndog
3 years ago

Nice car but that engine doesn’t fit the look.

Stephan P
Stephan P
3 years ago

The video cut off at 2:16. Is it April 1st? No…..got the rest of the story by going to the behind the scenes article. But really just way too short. Please don’t do that again.

Sean Francis Martin
Sean Francis Martin
3 years ago

Some good visuals , a few moments of the kinds of sounds we all like to hear but I agree that it is too brief and without some commentary that would be good to hear.
Could almost say it is a attempt to be artsy or a little like the introduction to what I was waiting for.

wmaloney
wmaloney
3 years ago

I might just use the sound track for this video as a ring tone for my phone! i could listen to the engine over and over. Awesome, thanks.

Hardley.T.Whipsnade III
Hardley.T.Whipsnade III
3 years ago

Italian handling and aesthetics . Good ole ( when we sill were good ) dependable ‘ Mericun ‘ iron under the hood . The authorized recreation of an Iso that barely saw the light of day in its time

What not to love …other than the brevity of the video

Kurt Uzbay
Kurt Uzbay
3 years ago

One of my fave cars on the planet… now one of my fave Petrolicious videos.. it would my absolute fave if it were 8 hours long…
B Bop: THANKS !!!!
Kurt

rodsandyachts
rodsandyachts
3 years ago

Spine tingling, riveting! The best start to a Petrolicious film ever. Can we please have the rest of it?

Hardley.T.Whipsnade III
Hardley.T.Whipsnade III
3 years ago
Reply to  rodsandyachts

Yup ! My sole criticism of this video . Its too damn short by a good ten minutes though in reality 60 might cover the details better

B Bop
B Bop
3 years ago

Nice video teaser of a stunning car. For those interested in a more in depth look and story (with subtitles) of this particular A3/C, check out the link.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ny1Ja4c_yqQ

NomadMac
NomadMac
3 years ago
Reply to  B Bop

Thanks!

Robert in LA
Robert in LA
3 years ago
Reply to  B Bop

Yes. This is a really good series. Thanks.

Hardley.T.Whipsnade III
Hardley.T.Whipsnade III
3 years ago
Reply to  B Bop

I’ll offer my thanks as well . I thought IG had featured this car in more detail so thanks for the confirmation as well as the link so I could watch it again

christopher flett
christopher flett
3 years ago
Reply to  B Bop

Thanks for posting this!

Bill Meyer
Bill Meyer
3 years ago

There’s just something about bare aluminum……..

Hardley.T.Whipsnade III
Hardley.T.Whipsnade III
3 years ago
Reply to  Bill Meyer

Aint nuthin like bare metal to show off the work and skill it takes to create a body out of steel or in this case aluminum . No wonder The Rodders Journal features so many bare metal cars as well a my having one of their bare metal limited edition 1/18th 32 Deuce’s on my shelf