This week we play fantasy. You have $5,000 to drive Route 66 what would you buy? You have $250,000, you have the same and can keep the change, or what would you run the Cannonball Run in? In 1980. Some surprising answers do await...
Today we talk about our favorite car shows and events. The good and bad.
We finish up last weeks episode discussing our most enjoyable tasks and the things that frustrate us the most. Of course like most episodes we wander off course a little but...
The discussions talks about what each of us love and hate about our chosen careers. From tools and processes to the people. We ended up going way long with this one, so we broke it into two episodes.
The discussion focuses on car values, what is hot in the market and the guys true thoughts on collector car value and price. Find out their final conclusion on how to invest your money when it comes to automobiles. In the end John and Derek discuss LeMons racing, followed by…
The guys spend an hour talking about the importance of T's and A's to the world. The discussion wonders about spending time in junkyards. Will ends the episode explaining how popular the A is in shop and how his team takes care of them. Ending with an interesting surprise.
Due to a publication mistake, everyone get a bonus episode! Derek and John sit down and discuss their favorite cars from their own collections, current market and life.
After a few episodes the guys sit down and tell you about themselves. Who they are. Why they are doing this. When will you be able to listen.
The guys take a look at pick-up trucks. They discuss the early days and how the pick up came about. The discussion carries us to why everyone feels trucks have become the luxury cars they are today. John also talks about how he does regular maintenance to his cars.
Just a quick clip of Will reminiscing about how he discovered his passion for the automobile.
Derek quickly outlines how he went from a baby all the way into a museum career.
Just a quick story about what may have triggered the car gene in John
3 automotive industry professionals musing over what ever they feel like. With backgrounds in restoration, conservation, street rods, and automotive history, who knows where the conversation will go.