It’s just been announced that the CarStuff Podcast has reached the end of it’s ten year run, this is very sad news as it’s been one of my favourite automotive podcasts.
The presenters and the content has always been first class, so I’m a little mystified by the decision and it would be nice to why it’s been taken
You can see the guys bio’s
As you can see the show sits at number three in the automotive podcast charts so it’s an odd one?
Hopefully we’ll hear from Scott and Ben with new Automotive subject matter very soon?
The final show “The 1964 Shelby Cobra Daytona Coupe – CSX2287” can be found
As the show has existed for a very long time there is still a great back catalogue of shows that can be found
I started listening to Ronnie Wetch’s
C10 Talk Podcast a while back and it’s very informative and enjoyable.
As a result I looked up Ronnie’s brilliant custom 1973 C20 Cheyenne Super 3+3 crew cab long bed, with the camper installed this thing is enormous!
1973 C20 Cheyenne Super 3+3 crew cab long bed
There is a great article on the truck here from the
RideTech website here
All this stuff reminds me of a few years ago when we were visiting Country Classics in Staunton IL during one of our US visits, as you can see the truck was really nice and the price probably even nicer at $5950! Sadly I didn’t pull the trigger….
As you can also see there was a nice red 78 Silverado at $9350
Posted on November 4, 2017
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My interview with Keith Clements, who is the current Competition Secretary, Webmaster and former Chairman of The Jowett Car Club can be found
Here. It’s a great listen!
Keith has owned his Jowett Jupiter since 1969 and has competed in 27 countries with the vehicle over the years.
Keith has also made major trips in Jowetts across the USA, Artic Circle, and the east and west coasts of Australia and Tasmania.
In addition he has toured the North and South of Islands of New Zealand again in a Jowett.
Keith also helps to organise the fleet of Jowetts that act as the taxi fleet for the Goodwood Revival.
On the club side of things Keith has been a major part of the team that has been a three times best stand winner at the Practical Classics Restoration Show.
In 2012 Keith was voted Classics and Sports Car Club Personality of the Year
The club won the Club of the Year in 2013
Keeping things in the family Keith’s daughter won the Classic Car of the Year in her own self restored Jowett Jupiter in 2010.
The club website is Here
Audio also here
Kevin Flood on The Life and Times of Henry Ford: Eclectic American Icon and Business Legend!
I recently did an in interview for my broadcasting and car guy friend Robert Kibbe’s excellent “The Muscle Car Place” Podcast
The subject that Robert kindly invited me to talk about was the Life and Times of Henry Ford, a topic that interests me a great deal.
It was a fun and enjoyable interview to do, hopefully you’ll enjoy listening to it as much as I did doing it!
You can find it over on Robert’s excellent site
Whilst you are there try Robert’s other podcasts and maybe buy a car from The Muscle Car Place classifieds?
All Robert’s podcasts are also available on:
Entertaining interview with Richard Monk Managing Director of the MG Owners Club.
The largest one make owners club in the world.
Scott Mills superb 28 excellently snapped (as always :)) by Travis
Scott Mills’ 28 Photography by Travis at Royboy Productions
See the full glory over at Royboy Productions
Whilst you are there read Travis’s excellent blog and listen to the great “Chrome Pipes & Pinstripes” podcast.
My latest interview with motoring journalist and all rounder Richard Dredge is now available for listening or download, give it a try!
You can find the show
Richards website and the wide range of his talents can be found
You can find my latest The Classic Car Show interview here:
You can listen or download
The podcasts can be found
The show is educational for those of us who have American vehicles, Ron is a working operator of a car repair business in New Jersey