Gunther Werks Reimagined 993 Speedster + Pratt Miller Corvette Auction

February 27, 2021

Adam and Matt start off the show talking about the new Volkswagen Atlas that Matt is driving. The guys monitor another auction and make predictions about the eventual selling price of a CR7 GT that won at Daytona and Sebring. Next, Matt reports on his experience with the 4-million-dollar Bugatti Chiron PUR Sport. Lastly, they talk about the reimagined 993 Speedster by Gunther Werks before finishing the episode talking about a new cleaner liquid fuel that may provide a stop gap before everything goes full EV.

Lamborghini 400GT Auction + Bugatti Chiron Super Sport

February 19, 2021

Adam and Matt start off the show talking about an upcoming Trans-Am race at Laguna Seca. The guys react to the final minutes of an online auction for a Lamborghini 400GT 2+2. Next, they go deep on the new record-setting 992-gen Porsche 911 GT3. Matt talks driving the Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 300+ and they get into the psychology of owning a multi-million-dollar car. Lastly, they give an update on the 510 BRE and its new paint job.

Reimagined C2 Corvette + Audi e-tron

February 11, 2021

Adam and Matt chat about painting Adam’s BRE 510. They also talk about Kevin Hart’s new 1,000 hp 1970 Dodge Charger and the reimagined 2,000 HP EV C2 Corvette Sting Ray that both Pete Brock and Ian Callum are involved with. They give an auction update on the Sebring Winning 1974 BMW 3.5 CSL IMSA “Batmobile”. Lastly, they bring up the new Audi e-tron and contrast the design with that of the Porsche Taycan.

Adam’s New Lincoln + Ford Raptor & Cadillac V8 Manual

February 5, 2021

Adam and Matt start the show off talking about M1 street cars. Adam gives an update on the Lincoln Aviator Black Label and compares some of its bells and whistles with that of his Z car. They get into some exciting new car announcements including the new Ford Raptor and the new supercharged Cadillac V8 manual. Lastly, they bring up the new Robert De Niro F1 movie and talk about how car movies and tv shows have come a long way since Cranston’s character in Drive.