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Child Bearing Hibbs – The Round Six Podcast

Child Bearing Hibbs

Victoria and Bob discussing things about Victoria's '27 T roadster
Child Bearing Hibbs

Round Six’s Eric comes across a 1927 Model T roadster project at a price that’s too low to pass on, and begins to slowly accumulate the missing pieces to put it back together. At the same time, his wife Victoria lays claim to the car, and the build plans for the roadster quickly change. Victoria initially wanted a car that was a bit rough around the edges, but with the help of their good friend Bob, a nicely finished car begins to take shape.

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dad 1950 ford
Child Bearing Hibbs

Round Six’s Eric continues his great story about working on his late Father’s beloved 1950 Ford Shoebox. In this installment, the Shoebox gets it’s engine rebuilt and running. Unfortunately, things don’t go as planned, and Eric is at a crossroads. Do I keep the finicky flathead or do I go with a different, more reliable drive train? Each choice has it’s pros and cons, and Eric is left with the daunting question, “What would Dad do in this situation?”

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shoebox dad
Child Bearing Hibbs

My early years were consumed with following my dad around the garage fetching wrenches and riding to car shows with him. I have pictures of many of his high school cars, almost all of which happened to be ’49 through ’51 Fords. A few coupes, several Fordors, a smattering of Tudors. Of course, I developed a love for the Shoebox Ford.

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2017 GMC
Child Bearing Hibbs

Round Six’s Eric continues his ownership review of his new 2017 GMC Sierra 4×4, exploring the good, the bad, the indifferent and the unexpected. And just how bad Android Auto really is.

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raptor
Child Bearing Hibbs

You’re certainly familiar with Ford SVT’s Raptor. Introduced at the 2008 SEMA Show, shortly thereafter released as a 2010 model, the Raptor was a production version of a trophy truck – or at least as close as the average consumer would get. But what do you do when you scale something good DOWN?

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