Aug. 29, 2019
Don't have room for 6 cars? Don't have money for 3 cars? Derek and John discuss some of the smaller items they have in their collections. Where they find them. Why they have them. Even some financial advice.
Aug. 4, 2019
Our guest, Adam Martin, was in the room when the "Porsche" Type 64 "bid to $70million. He gives us the 1st person account. Then we talk using our cars, roadside Duesenberg repairs, and old friends. The hosts are slightly different for the 100th...
July 12, 2019
The Wisconsin Highway Patrol is back in the news for ticketing a 32 Ford for having modifications. This is a great example of how we as car hobbyists need to stay on top of what is happening to preserve our hobby. John and Will discuss the situation,...
July 8, 2019
With the passing of Lee Iaccoca- Derek and John bump up their discussion of automotive icons. They cover the last 130 years of Icons to the American Automotive Manufacturing Industry. How they impacted the industry, design and our lives.
July 1, 2019
It is a holiday week at NDG, but we didn't want to leave you without an episode! We are going back in time to Episode 2 Electrifying Car Talk. We talk about electric cars and Tesla. We will be revisiting this topic within the next few weeks and a...
June 25, 2019
After a video was posted on the internet about how museums are bad, No Driving Gloves takes a look from the other side. Maybe the tables should be turned? Maybe not? You tell us.
June 16, 2019
We somehow missed our topic this week and strayed off on movie and TV cars. Who has the best history for TV cars? What was the most exciting must see car movie? Well we didn’t really answer those questions but provided food for thought.
June 10, 2019
In 70+ year of collectors cars, we have heard some stupid things. While this isn't a complete list, we do bring up some of the dumbest and oddest things we have seen or heard in the industry. We also start our countdown to episode 100 with a special...
May 2, 2019
Having attended their respective local new car Auto Shows John and Derek discuss some the great things they provide. Of course, they also hit on a few complaints about the shows and maybe a few of the manufactures shortcomings.
April 30, 2019
McPherson College is talked about often on No Driving Gloves as it is John and Will's alma mater. The first weekend in May the school hosts a car show presented by the Restoration Students. They take this opportunity to discuss their time at the...
April 7, 2019
A classic gets damaged, does it have an impact on value? Cash. Historic. John and Derek approach these topics. When does a salvage title matter, at what age do we lose concern? Again maybe providing more questions than answers. They close with a...
March 31, 2019
Geoff Hacker with Undiscovered CLassics and Forgotten Fiberglass joins John and Derek this week to discuss his passion for finding, locating, and saving the creations of automotive innovators from the past. Geoff keeps alive the one-two -or...
March 25, 2019
After tackling major shows last week, all 3 guys join forces to discuss auctions. Too many? Some insight on bidding? Good for the hobby? Can you go just to look and not buy? ALl this and more!
March 18, 2019
Are there too many national shows/Concours on the calendar? While Derek takes a week off Will and John take a look at this question. They also touch on the life of the self-employed.
March 12, 2019
After questioning an award at a major event, the guys decide to discuss the ugly cars, why they might be ugly, and why they aren't ugly (OK mostly John here). In a better late than never episode! John also tried a different editing technique. Give us...
March 4, 2019
How do you safely bring a car out of hibernation after 50, 60 or 80 years? We start to touch on that topic. After discussing the Keeneland Concour and the Carriage class and a few personal going on's in John's Life. An exciting time this episode!