Adam and Matt start the show talking about Matt’s experience with the VW Arteon R Line. They move on to Porsche’s recent press release and the grooling durability testing they did with the GT3. Matt brings up the MG Cyberster concept car and they talk about possibility of an MG comeback . Lastly, they talk about Ford’s decision to go all in on the Bronco.
Adam and Matt start off the show by giving an update on Adam’s BRE 110 paint job. Adam talks about seeing his first EV F150 which leads them into the new EV Silverado. Matt brings up the Tiger Woods crash. This launches the guys into a lengthy speculative conversation on how much Tiger’s crashed Hyundai would fetch at an Auction. They then bring on Wade Kawasaki who talks about the process of restoring vintage tires as well as some of the cars he has recently reviewed including a 1965 Iso Grifo by Bizazarrini, a 1956 Mercedes 300 SL Gullwing, and a 1966 Ferrari 275 GTS.
Adam and Matt kick off the show recapping Matt’s time at Barrett-Jackson in Scottsdale. They rundown all the biggest auction sellers including the Shelby Cobra Super Snake, the ’67 Ferrari GTB, and the ’65 Shelby GT350. Adam talks about his weekend at the track in Willow Springs. Lastly, they give an update on producer Ryan’s Dad’s car search.
Adam and Matt kick off the show talking about some of the collector cars sold this past weekend at Mecum Auctions. They discuss the famous “Big Oly” Bronco going up for auction as well as the release of the new Ford Bronco “Warthog”. Lastly, they chat about the new electric F150 and the future of the internal combustion engine.
Adam and Matt welcome Craig Jackson of Barrett-Jackson onto the show. The guys get into some of the collector cars that will be up for auction in Scottsdale later this month. They talk about all the Fords, the Cobras, the Mustangs, and of course the 1966 Shelby Cobra 427 Super Snake. In addition to the interview with Craig Jackson, Adam and Matt talk a little bit about the Gordon Murray T-50 and give some updates on Laguna Seca.
Adam and Matt welcome on founder of the legendary Simeone Foundation Automotive Museum, Dr. Frederick Simeone. The guys kick off the interview by asking Frederick the story of how he came to own the famous Shelby Daytona Cobra Coupe. He shares his philosophy of preserving and not altering his vintage race cars. He explains how this philosophy, in conjunction with the non-profit nature of his museum, is what makes his collection special. Lastly, he explains what it is that makes the ‘38 Alfa Romeo his favorite car.