Stikkord: bildilla

158 000 visninger på YouTube

Da er det gått et år siden BildillaMagasin, på YouTube, passerte 150 000 visninger. Målet var å gå opp mye i løpet av dette året, men nei. Mye har skjedd, i forbindelse med jobb, og tiden har ikke strokket til, får å lage alt jeg hadde ønsket. Måtte jeg finne tid til å forbedre dette før det har gåt 12 mnd igjen…

22/10/18: Sakte, meget sakte går antallet opp. Det er nå passert 158 000 visninger, men langt under målet. Og dermed så blir det jo produsert langt fære videoer en jeg hadde palner om også. Noe må gjøres, men jeg er i tenke boksen. Gode råd mottas med takk!!!

16/9/18: Nå ligger besøket på 157 000 visninger, måtte målet om 200 000 visninger bli nåd, innen 12 mnd  🙂


September 2017:  150 000 visninger på YouTube.  Endelig!

Det går sakte men sikkert fremover, men tidsklemma har gjort mye med ønsket om å lage langt flere videoer…

Samtidlig så gjør jo besøket på videoe fra treff/utstillinger sitt til at det er ganske uaktuelt å bruke tiden sin på det. Siden besøket er så lite på slike videoer, så må mann prioritere andre videoer.

Restaurerings prosjekter og videoer rundt enkelt biler og eier…

Drone videoene har vært med på og øke besøket, og jeg vil ta meg sammen å prøve å få med mye mer filming fra drone osv..

Kom med innspill og forslag!

Har du en bil du jobber med å restaurere?

Eller har du en bil du har lyst til å få en video av?


Building The Ultimate Ferrari Dino

Straight away you realize something’s a bit different about this Dino. The wheels are beefier, the arches are angrier, the sound it makes doesn’t sync with your memory of these cars (probably because there are two extra intake trumpets underneath the transparent engine cover), and while the badging looks factory-correct, you don’t think there was ever an Evo version of the mid-engined sports car named after Enzo’s tragic son. The car is a one-off, and it’s part of the venerable collection of classic and modern Ferraris owned by collector David Lee. By borrowing a block from the F40, losing the turbos, boring it from 2.9 to 3.6L, and fixing twin banks of velocity stacks, David’s “Monza 3.6 Evo” is a naturally-aspirated screamer that combines modern performance with the Dino’s ageless style in a package that doesn’t compromise on either end.

Find the photoshoot and further info here:

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Flott video fra Japan: S30Z & HAKOSUKA

Stilig video fra Japan. 240Z og Skyline GTR  🙂

S30Z & HAKOSUKA. «L6 WIND MUSIC» filming location Tochigi-ken Ashikaga-shi Japan. Produced by Unripe™️ Filmed & Edited by @ryota_iwaida Filmed by @tsubasa_tsukui HP : Instagram : Facebook : Twitter :

Chip Foose ’65 Impala «Impostor»

See the completed build at Detroit where it took the Ridler Award:… Or See the completed build photos: Chip Foose of Foose Design presents the concept, design, craftsmanship and assembly of his Ridler Award winning 1965 Chevy Impala, the «Impostor». Watch as he sketches the vehicle and talks about the many modifications made.

This video was first featured in the «Impostor» display booth at the 2015 Detroit Autorama.

1966 Ford GT40 Continuation

Continuation GT40s are not pieces of kit car replica shenanigans put together with a case of cheap beer next to your buddies in the garage. Cars like this week’s subject are built as faithful, well, continuations of the originals—schematically accurate in more than just appearance. When it comes to such cars, Superformance is the standard in the industry, but while he admits to the quality of their work, Ted Baird, the owner of this car, went a step further and using a collection of original parts he’d amassed over time, he made sure his GT40 would be a true 1966-spec machine, complete with pieces from some of the race-winning cars themselves. As he says, the car is still as gorgeous as ever, and Turtle Wax ICE Spray Wax makes quick work of adding a layer of shine and protection to this brute of a machine. See the photoshoot and further info here:

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1967 Toyota 2000GT: A Generational Gift

In this week’s film we head off to the French commune of Annemasse just outside of Switzerland, where we met multiple generations of the Degenève family as they recounted the story of this Toyota 2000GT.

The clan operates the oldest Toyota dealer in the country, and at one point Jean-Pierre Degenève owned two of these cars. He was forced to sell them both, but decades later his sons tracked down this white example outside of Tokyo with the help of Toyota. After buying and then hiding the car from their father’s eyes for months, he was finally presented with it on his 70th birthday. That’s gifting tastefully. See the photoshoot and further info here: Drive Tastefully®