In this episode of Stories N’ Steel, Brad heads back to the Valley of the Sun to sit and talk pinstriping and hot rods with the legendary Ron Hernandez! Be sure to check out our new Stories N’ Steel YouTube channel and like, comment and subscribe to keep new content headed your way!
Phoenix area hot rodder, louver artist, and overall cheerleader for the car hobby Chip Quinn of Hot Rod Central Louver Company joins Brad King on the first episode of Stories N’ Steel on our brand-new YouTube channel! Join them as they discuss cars, mini bikes, motorcycles and more, and look deep into car guy conundrums.
The Gearheads sit down to announce their all-new Amazon Prime Video series Stories N’ Steel, dropping this Black Friday. The guys explain what it’s like to self-produce a show, bringing the stories of the best builders, collectors and craftsmen to screen, and how it all ties together with the podcast. And Brad gets a new nickname.
After a very successful SEMA show, the Round Six team decides to attend the 2019 Grand National Roadster Show in Pomona, California. What starts out as a simple plan gets sent into hyperspace when they decide to turn the knob up to 11. In a two and a half week period, they design and assemble an incredible display that serves as their podcast command post for what becomes an extremely successful show.
Project White Trash finally got put back on it’s wheels after getting the rear axle narrowed, but the excitement wears off quickly. A quick glance at the lower control arms reveals that they are so low to the ground that they’ll hit on every crown in the road. After researching a lot of suspension options and coming to the conclusion that they are not in the budget, Alex recalls a decades-old conversation with a friend about an extremely cost-effective option. Little did he know that the wheels were already in motion, and the decision to do this mod was already made.
Project White Trash gets its rear axle narrowed to fit the ET Super wheels that were restored in the previous episode. Alex also bends up new rear brake lines and decides on the ride height. Once that gets determined, the truck finally comes off of the jack stands and gets back on it’s wheels for the first time in a long while.