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.
Goldberg and Matt chat about the new Audi RS e-tron GT, a preview of Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale, and the latest on Graveyard Carz’s new season.
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.
Matt and Goldberg welcome automotive superproducer Bud Brutsman to talk about the DeLorean and his new show Expedition: Back to the Future.
Adam and Matt start off the show by sharing their thoughts on the Pratt & Miller Corvette auction results. This leads into a discussion on race cars that may have finished first in class but not overall and how that affects their value. The two chat about a Shelby Daytona Coupe that is coming up for auction. Lastly, the guys help out Intern Ryan’s Dad find a cool sporty vintage car under 30 grand. On the fly, they manage to come up with five viable candidates.
Matt and Goldberg are back to talk about Golberg’s TRX hitting the dyno, the Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport, and the latest with Rimac’s plans to build electric supercars.
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.
Matt welcomes back Alistair Weaver of Edmunds.com to chat about EV range testing. The guys also compare the Aston Martin DBX to the Lamborghini Urus.