Back again. We sit down and discuss our busy summer, explain the release delays on the podcast, Talk about the ZR-1 and Demon. Tell a few stories and... WE touch on Corvette Fest, Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama, and even the Mitty.
Our most popular download TnA Episode 6 always has had horrible audio. That was recorded when I was on a business trip and in the early days of NDG. Here it is again all remastered so listen to the guys discuss the ins and outs of T and A's.
A discussion on how replicas and recreations impact the car hobby from a educational and desire standpoint. The results might be surprising.
Does it seem every project goes over budget and take much longer than you expect or were promised? WIll and John dive into soe of the reasons that happens, who is at fault and what can be done to help keep costs and time under control.
How do you break into a career in a car museum or hot rod shop? How do you start a restoration career? You like cars but are not mechanically inclined? There is a place for you. The guys provide hints, tips and ideas to get your dream job.
John sits with you this weeks nd gives his thoughts on Domino"s and trademark litigation over one of their wrecked delivery vehicles. Then he voices his worries over the longevity of the Dodge and Chrysler nameplates.
Will is back from his trip last week and the guys visit judging and rules as they show apply to a show. When and if exceptions should be made. If rules can be changed in the process.
John and Derek discuss the history of the automobile from the earliest conceptions up until World War I. How it changed some the forgotten men behind the the auto and some just general trivia and stories. (and rumors) A bit of motorcycle talk even comes into play this episode.
How do we get ready for shows. Who pays the way, Why do we chose the shows we do. A little of everything.
Of course we talk about the Tesla in Space, then should you invest in a collector knowing you will be upside down? Is it bad?
Derek let's you in on a Facebook Live happening from the National Corvette Museum!
Delayed two weeks by technical problems, we discuss some of the challenges we have encountered during restorations or car building.
Having recently purchased a ride the guys discuss what custom touches are the must do for a daily driver. Some surprising results result.
How do we buy cars? What do we look for in a purchase? While we can't cover everything in one hour you get some of our best advice.
Discussing an article that talks about 2018 predictions. However the guys realize they have already discussed most of these predictions. Throw in a few good rants ad you have the episode.
So many terms- Hot Rod, Street Rod, RestoRod, Rat Rod, Junk, Rod, Street Machine.... Will and John take advantage of Derek being gone to discuss. The final episode of 2017!
John makes the guys discuss Radwood. a car show based around 1980's and 90's car that also requires you to dress in the style of the day. Think Goodwood, but without a race track and cooler cars. (Last said by John).
With Will missing in action John and Derek begin a discussion on how certain choices are made in the restoration and museum worlds in relation to how a car car should be restored, preserved or maintained.
Sorry if this is the second time you received this. The original file upload was missing 20 minutes f the show. I don’t know why. We talk this week about various items we use or want in our shop. We are kind of hoping you may be able to use this to find this to add to your Christmas list or maybe f…
We talk this week about various items we use or want in our shop. We are kind of hoping you may be able to use this to find this to add to your Christmas list or maybe find the right thing to give. We also announce our first Amazon gift card winner!
How do we spend our tie on the internet? The discussion leads us all to discover websites each of us use daily to either help is at work or just to find a bit of fantasy. Be careful as some of these can get you in trouble way to easily.
This week the guys take on an article claiming that 12 very popular cars from the 1980's and 90's are worthless. Can it be true? Can some of the most popular cars of our youth be non-collectible? Or even worth-less?
Will is back from SEMA and tells about what is in store on that horizon, then everyone discusses the dune buggy ban in the great state of Texas and we conclude about Bob Lutz predictions on the death of the automobile.
With Will at SEMA we invite Patreon supporter Anthony Layton on the show to discuss his interest in TT Trucks, his thoughts on automotive Cyber security, but not before John expresses his thoughts on Tesla's 11/1 news.