Feb. 22, 2021
George Sedlak has been an artist for as long as he can remember. Making clay elephants as a bit, custom paint jobs on high school friends' cars, and his own automotive-inspired art. Oh yeah, and he also painted Evel Knievel's helmets and motorcycles....
Feb. 1, 2021
We reflect on the recent fire at the Top Mountain Motorcycle Museum and the armchair investigators. First, we talked about our outbuildings and how we never visit them. Car fires, EVs, and GM's new logo.
Jan. 25, 2021
Reverse wedge cutting a car, flush glass, chop tops. Will gets into the subtle mods some of his cars receive. Then we wander and wonder down the VR world ending with digital exhausts. Find us at www.nodrivinggloves.com
Jan. 3, 2021
We spend time with Brent Lang from Storyteller Overland, a Birmingham, AL-based company. They take Mercedes Benz Sprinter vans and convert them to go anywhere RVs. We talk about what goes into building these vehicles. What Overlanding is. Government...
Jan. 1, 2021
We made it 2020 is over and 2021 is all new and everything will stay on track, right? We talk about our 2021 goals, which are surprisingly reminiscent of 2020. SIt back and enjoy the New Year!
Nov. 29, 2020
What do you get the car enthusiast in your life? Well we tell you what we need (or is that want?). Some of the requests are over the top, but we find a few that can even be ordered from Amazon. (Of course the links to products in the show notes are...
Nov. 18, 2020
Willy T. Ribbs joins us for an NDG style interview. We talk racing, agents, shooting, Uppity, and his new projects the SRX racing series along with an upcoming TV Series. We discuss Willy being the first black driver in Formula 1, being 25 years ahead...
Nov. 9, 2020
One of the hosts wants a van. It isn't John this time. We talk about the Van landscape. We talk transmissions. We talk ALF. Oh and John needs to take a Geography class.
Nov. 5, 2020
Jamie from Femcanic Garage Podcast joins us to discuss her mission with her podcast promoting women in the automotive world. This was frankly a fun episode encompassing everything NDG is. Expanding the hobby, racing, GTO's, kids, pets,...
Oct. 13, 2020
Derek gives an update on the Lloyd. We start to talk about modifying rare classic cars, touch on clunker laws. Johns discusses Fix-it-tickets, what mufflers don't do, offensive driving. We got a lot in on this one!
Oct. 5, 2020
We get a real wrapper on the show, since we failed on episode 92 when went went at it alone. Then we discuss our Bring a Trailer experiences and what it is like to sell a car on BAT.
Sept. 28, 2020
The whole gang sits down. We catch up with Will who attended a car show in Pigeon Forge. He also debuted a great car there. We dive into the new BMW 3/4 series design. Is it Bangle bad? Or is it Bangle good? Then we talk the new thing Califorina wants...
Sept. 22, 2020
Our take on virtual car shows. Are they good? Will they stay? How can they be fair? Then of course discussion on events in this new world. WE do slip into some tech as soon NDG might be streaming live!
Sept. 15, 2020
Myron Vernis has one of the most eclectic car collections in the world- one-offs, customs, hot rods, the unusual. He is also known for being one of the top posters on Jalopnik. We learn a bit more about him, his habits, his family, his...
Sept. 7, 2020
GM and Honda merge, I mean have a working agreement. WE discuss what it could mean. How agreements like this are the new normal in the auto industry. Then we drift into a conversation about sportscars. After John mentions the Miata being Mazda's halo...
Aug. 17, 2020
Chatting about Car TV. Since we are not fans of yelling and throwing tools, the conversation is- Have car television shows have been "smarting it up" in recent years. Or have they? Like what you heard?