Car Guy Conundrums with Chip Quinn
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.
Stories N’ Steel Amazon Prime Series!
The Gearheads behind The Round Six Podcast are proud to introduce their new Amazon Prime Video Series, Stories N’ Steel, debuting this Black Friday as a part of the Auto Revolution network. Get the lowdown here.
James Owens: Milking the Cash Teats
Automotive Fine Artist James Owens of Car Noir joins the Gearheads in The Round Six Experience at the 70th Grand National Roadster Show to talk art, acting, residual checks, edible neckwear, billion-dollar ideas and more, if you can imagine that. It’s a crazy ride that occasionally finds the rails and speeds along at a breakneck pace. Episode forty-six is a monster.
High Pants Drifter: Brian Lohnes
On episode thirty-seven, the Gearheads welcome Brian Lohnes, the voice of NHRA Drag Racing, host of “Put Up or Shut Up,” and one of the minds behind Bangshift.com! If you enjoy room temperature shrimp, dermatological maladies and Moon landing conspiracies, well we’ve got those and a whole lot more for for you.
Throwing Back a few Torts with Chris Jacobs
The Gearheads take a few minutes to catch up with Chris Jacobs on episode twenty-five, and discuss his love for cars, involvement in the hobby, and the success of his TLC show Long Lost Family, which is gearing up for its fourth season. This one has bar exams (well one, actually), acting careers and even a plug for a high-powered telescope. It’s short on time, but long on value. Of some sort or another.
The Strange Thing Is…
Hot rod and custom builder, TV star and all-around good guy Tim Strange stops by to hang out with the Gearheads and talk cars, television shows, marketing, sponsorships, goat sex changes and more. We even explore the potential of hot rod fat camp and buffet syndrome, neither of which are related. Yeah, you won’t want to miss this one.