On episode forty-three, Dave Lane joins the Gearheads to talk hot rods, inspiration, and running a one-man show. Conversation turns to design and the importance of communication and becomes a masterclass in planning your shop’s future. If you’re working to decipher the mystery of customer attraction and retention, this is your episode.
Dave and Dom Tucci, of Tucci Hot Rods and Dom Tucci Design, respectively, join the Gearheads for a laid-back look at some incredible builds, SEMA thrash drama that would crush lesser men, and the incredible community that makes the hot rod industry the greatest on Earth. An episode that spans generations and puts the spotlight on family and respect as the cornerstones for success.
Josh Mishler of Advanced Plating joins the Gearheads on episode forty-one for a great conversation about forging a career in the hot rod industry. A wealth of information and advice for the young generation looking to make a break, Josh works to bring his career arc and the advice of industry professionals to all via his role with SEMA’s Hot Rod Industry Alliance Education Days at the NSRA Street Rod Nationals and more. Learn all about chrome plating, and get tips on prepping your parts for the best possible finish!
The Gearheads dive deep into the dark art and science of Copyright, Trademark and Intellectual Property for artists with good friend, mentor and industry expert Carson Lev. The first in a series, we’ll get you up to speed on protecting your work and establishing your brand and protecting each using real-world case studies and experience.
On episode thirty-eight, the Gearheads finally get to sit down with Steve Cook and his son Mike and Alan Childers of Steve Cook Creations, and gain some sage advice and perspective from one of the premier shops in the country, if not the world. We dive deep into the philosophy and collaborative build environment in the shop. If you want to know the value of and hard work that go into making it all look simple, this is your episode.
For SEMA 2018, Chip Foose brings a 1957 Chevrolet convertible done in a “restomod” style, with an extreme attention to detail and the perfect color choice. The car has the perfect blend of strength, reliability, and performance while still maintaining it’s iconic style that makes the 1957 Chevrolet one of the most recognizable automobiles in history.
On episode thirty-seven, the Gearheads welcome Brian Lohnes, the voice of NHRA Drag Racing, host of “Put Up or Shut Up,” and one of the minds behind Bangshift.com! If you enjoy room temperature shrimp, dermatological maladies and Moon landing conspiracies, well we’ve got those and a whole lot more for for you.
You know that feeling you get when you’re minding your own business, riding a skateboard down a mountain road at eighty-plus miles per hour to film a Superbowl commercial, and then you’re mistaken for an alien and held at gunpoint? Yeah, that’s what our guest Roger Hickey calls “Tuesday night.” On episode thirty-six, it’s gravity racing, world championships and 335MPH Studebakers. Lock the babysitter out of the garage, this one has some spark.
Each year at The SEMA Show, PPG Automotive Refinish hosts the most unique booths, featuring a fresh theme. This year was home to Camp Wannapaintem, and the Gearheads were honored to host Cristina Fronzaglia Murray, the Director of Customer Communications and Service and Jeremy Seanor of Lucky Strike Designs fame live from the lodge. We talked paint, creativity, marketing and Dewey Cox.