Stories n’ Steel
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!
On this episode of Stories N’ Steel, Brad sits down with Dog Jerger of Squeeg’s Kustoms in Chandler, Arizona to talk hot rods, a lifelong obsession with cars and accidentally winning America’s Most Beautiful Roadster. Yeah, you read that correctly. It’s a fun story that you don’t want to miss.
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!
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…
On a sunny Spring afternoon, Brad and Brian dropped in on Pro-Street legend Matt Hay to talk Carroll Shelby, collecting memorabilia, cars that got away, tubbed pink street machine Thunderbirds and Indy cars. Needless to say, talk led to ideas, ideas led to action, and we drove two of those things around the neighborhood. Here’s some video.
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.