So why no car cast today? Well we delayed it a day to bring you a CarCast road trip down to San Diego and to pick up Adam’s Miura that has been ‘under construction’ for almost 1 year. See you after the tow!
Sandy, Adam and others show up to remove the engine in ‘The Ripper’ This is part one of a mini-series where the CarCast team get the car ready for a yet unannounced track day. What can go wrong you say? Well watch and see!
Adam Carolla and Sandy Ganz talk with Nate Shelton and Chris Phillips of Hurst Performance Vehicles. They take a look at the Hurst Camaro and Hurst Challenger. They take listener calls, and one more car from the TMPCC Car show. That’s this week on CarCast.
Adam Carolla, Sandy Ganz talk with Courtney Hansen and her History, some fun talk about fish Jello. Then out to the parking lot for Aston Martin day. We take a quick look at Courtney’s Foose Thunderbird, her DB9 Convertible, Adam’s Foose-ified DB9, and Sandy’s beautiful DB7GT, which even Adam likes. Then we pop back to take a look at another Movie Car that is smart, but has some fire power. Bud Brutsman wraps us up with an interview from the Source Interlink Media Open House.
Adam Carolla, Sandy Ganz talk with Dino Crescentini of StopTech brakes. We take a look and help fire up Dino’s Porsche GT Super Car, then help Dino fire up the musical v10 Porsche. The lines open up for a quick call, then a few more of the TMPCC Movie Cars with a law enforcement theme.
CarCast starts this weeks tour with the TMPCC car show. We look at movie cars on the CBS Television studios lot in Studio City.
CarCast visits the new facilities at Source Interlink’s open house. Source Interlink is the premier publisher of fine automotive publications including Motor Trend, Hot Rod, Motorcyclist, and many many others. We talk with Jerry Pitt of Hot Rod Magazine, Brian Catterson of Motorcyclist, and KJ Jones from 5.0 Mustang & Super Fords. Then take a look at the featured car of the week a pristine 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air. Enjoy the show!
Happy New Year! Welcome to 2010. Adam Carolla and the Professor Sandy Ganz take you on a tour of the shop where the CarCast magic happens. We take a look at the work area as well as the ‘Playground’. Then we pick up the phone and give the callers a chance to ask some questions. Finally we wrap up with legendary car customizer George Barris who tell the tale of James Dean’s wrecked ‘Little Bastard’.