Exotics, a T-Bird and Indy Cars
In the second episode of our Stories N’ Steel series over on YouTube, Brad and Brian head over to Matt and Debbie Hays’ place for a warm afternoon of talking cars. We cover the T-Bird, the Doritos commercial, Carroll Shelby and more, and even cruise the neighborhood with an Indy car! Join us for an epic and insightful time right here…
Roger Hickey: Gravity and Coyote Attacks
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.
SEMA Show 2018: All Access
On episode thirty-four, the Gearheads report from the Magnaflow stage in Hot Rod Alley at the 2018 SEMA Show in Las Vegas, and talk cars, hot rod family and flip-flops.
SEMA Show: Speedkore’s 1969 Charger Evolution
The Speedkore 1970 Charger, known as Evolution, shows the culmination of ideas and technology that put them on the industry map as one of the premier custom builders in the country. With a body made nearly completely out of carbon fiber, a high horsepower Hemi, and an impeccable attention to detail showing high quality craftsmanship, the Evolution Charger is sure to turn the automotive world on it’s head when it debuts at the SEMA show in 2018.
The Fiber at the Speedkore: David Salvaggio and Lyle Brummer
On a special pre-SEMA Show 2018 episode, the Gearheads welcome David Salvaggio and Lyle Brummer of Speedkore. We talk carbon fiber, carbon fiber Chargers and then Alex asks more questions about carbon fiber. We also talk World Record-holding Dodge Demons, engineering, business, a plea for a Jamaican Rally Car Team, and then Alex asks about carbon fiber again.
Carbon Fiber Ball Joints and Trophies
The guys go all benchracing session, and discuss the Street Machine of the Year award and the current state of staleness and apathy with regard to high-end builds, Pro-Touring, and the age of mega-budget cars that all seem to disappear within a year of being finished. And in grand Round Six fashion, they engineer a constructive solution to the problem. And talk tacos.