Brad stops in to visit with Hot Rod Bob in this episode of Stories N’ Steel, and discovers that you can reignite the fire for building hot rods at any age! Having retired at the young age of 48, Bob set out to follow his passion, and now spends his days chopping tops and working sheetmetal to create fun hot rods!
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!
The car community is funny. It’s only a fraction about the cars; the rest is about the people. Brad goes all-out on a clandestine operation to make over Brian’s Challenger in grand fashion with a one-day thrash featuring hot rod heroes, good friends, and a step toward a young car guy’s future, too. But no brunch.
Sixty-eight episodes (sixty-seven regular plus a bonus one) in and we haven’t been properly introduced. That said, learn all about Alex in this one. Don’t like him? There’s also Camaros and soup and Wiford Brimley. You could probably listen and not even gather what this is about anyway, so it’s all good. And mostly Alex. Grab some oatmeal and enjoy.
The Gearheads were honored to host our friends Doug Jerger and Tim Benedict in The Round Six Experience at the 70th Grand National Roadster Show. Doug and Tim shared some great stories, including the most unlikely of AMBR wins. You don’t want to miss that one! Good times, great laughs and a lot of history on Episode fifty-five.
Matt Hay, one half of the dynamic Matt and Debbie Hay duo of Pro-Street royalty drops into the studio to talk about the old days, the new days and working as the precision driver stand-in for Chance the Rapper in a Super Bowl commercial. And perhaps some other stuff, too. OK, lots of other stuff.
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.
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.