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P-car Talk is a passion project created by two Porschephiles about anything and everything Porsche. We want this to be for the community who love the crest from Stuttgart as much as we do. Along with all the events we attend together, we turn on the microphones to bring the latest happenings, experiences with our own cars, and make new P-car friends along the way. Join us for the ride of a lifetime!
 
The In Wheel Time Car Talk Podcast is a 30-minute version of the In Wheel Time live automotive talk show simulcasting every Saturday from 8a-11aCT. The LIVE broadcast covers a wide variety of content that automotive enthusiast find interesting - including new car reviews and maintenance tips that can be found here. Join Don Armstrong, Michael Marrs, and Konrad DeLong LIVE every Saturday from 8a-11aCT. Want more In Wheel Time in real time? Follow us for the latest updates! Twitter: https://tw ...
 
Welcome to Dean And Dotty: Car Talk After Dark! Where we touch on different subjects each week, from the good to the bad we talk about it all! We share personal stories, and give self help tips! Write us on our facebook page and we will help talk you though your problems on our Podcast! Live and love friends! Cover art photo provided by Efe Kurnaz on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@efekurnaz
 
The show all about cars and trucks, and SUV's. Maintenance and repairs, and all automotive related content is discussed on our show. Visit the website at www.carandtrucktalk.com. In January 2011, this show is made new again, as Eric the Car Guy joined up with Rich Baxter to produce a year of shows, and now in 2013 the original co-host Rick Nuzzolo rejoins the show. Enjoy!
 
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The market is cooling but as always not for the special low production cars. This 996 GT2 brought a big number. As we speculated the 718 is getting a matching RS version for the Spyder variant with a lot of the GT4RS bits. Theres a new 911 kind of car being designed with a run of only 25 called the GTL. There have been spy shots of the 992 GT3 RS a…
 
Even before COVID the RV market was on the move as more people were enjoying the great outdoors. Add in COVID, and the market for a 'mobile space' that can keep a distance from other people and the market shifted into high gear. Of course, most people that want to play outdoors want to have their toys to play with. How to do that? A Toy Hauler may …
 
Victoria from DC has spent her adult years driving a series of hand-me-down cars from her family. Her latest choice -if you can call it a choice- is between her current AMC Spirit and a Chrysler K car. Click and Clack resist suggesting an untimely two-car fire and instead try to offer useful guidance on this epiode of the Best of Car Talk.…
 
Tim Coffeen Talks Indy car and Racing History is part of the Sports History Network - The Headquarters For Sports Yesteryear. NETWORK SPONSORS Row One - the vintage shop for sports history fans! CONTACT TIM COFFEEN Have a question for Tim or just want to tell him how much you love the show? You can leave a voice message below or you can send fill o…
 
Long time friend of the show, Mac DeLaup has spent years in the NEW car business, learning all the ins-n-outs for a dealership. When the time came to retire, even with other business interests to keep him busy, it was not long before Mac wanted back in to the business, but in a different way. Becoming an independent dealer wasn't too hard, but tryi…
 
Based on the designs of a British military vehicle, the MOKE is a street legal EV that is currently built in Florida. It is a unique design that can be utilized in a variety of scenarios with a cool looking Bimini top. In our feature segment, we have Konrad DeLong with this week's 'Car Clinic ----- ----- In Wheel Time Car Talk is now available on i…
 
On this episode of In Wheel Time Car Talk, we are joined by Justin Smith, owner and lead of 'Smithy Customs' in Houston, Texas. We were introduced to Justin by way of the Houston Chevelle Club, and really glad we were. We get a chance to learn a little about Justin and we get a quick look at some of the unique projects he is working on. Almost cert…
 
Carl from California has the urge to fly. But instead of buying an airline ticket or maybe taking a few flying lessons Carl wants to build his own airplane. Ol' Carl is certainly up for a challenge. So he called Car Talk and asked our boys which car engine would be the best choice to put in his homemade plane. Is Carl nuts? Yes. Are the brothers cr…
 
Julie from Maryland is trying to sell her much-beloved Chevy SUV but all her potential buyers are scared off by the car's high mileage. She needs a new sales strategy and Ray shares the story of trying to sell his old Pontiac with a million miles. And don't miss the return of the Puzzler from extended Summer vacation on this episode of the Best of …
 
When buying a new vehicle, the traditional buyer is going to take into account the information on the window sticker. Of course MSRP, equipment and fuel economy numbers. We learn that there is also a 'cost of owning' that is more than just a simple number. In fact, according to jeff Bartlett of Consumer Reports, there is a lot more information ther…
 
Ok, we admit it, we are into drag racing. Pros are great, but the Sportsman are where we find the most fun. These people are working everyday jobs and finding the time and money to follow their racing habit. And it is not just a matter of head to head racing, the classes have rules and even being of 1/6000th can get a racer booted. Joining us to da…
 
The automotive industry is constantly changing so it can be hard to keep up with all the stories and events. So we try to find as many as we can. Did you see the story about the USPS going to start issuing stamps with Pony Cars on them? Of course, this brings up the conversation about what is a Pony Car and which ones are they choosing. Autonomous …
 
Whenever we can, we try to spotlight car clubs as they are one of the building blocks for automotive enthusiests. They are a way to connect with like minded individuals to share ideas and fellowship. In this episode, we connect with the Champions Car Club of Houston, an open car club that includes hot rods, muscle cars, and even some late model per…
 
Texas has a lot of automotive racing history and we love talking with local racers to see how their career is going. We can also get some unique insights into the profession as they make their way up the ranks. We very often talk with drag racers, because that is our background but we do love all racing. One of our locals that we have been talking …
 
July in Texas and the weather is about as expected - hot! Really hot when the show and shine car gatherings crank up so something not so much in the heat is always welcome. We heard about the 409 Power Tour Poker Run and it seems like a great idea. So we contacted Clint Huckaby for some details and turns out it is going to be a lot of fun! Join us …
 
Rliability ratings are compiled by a variety of sources, using a lot of data now that we are in such a connected world. Often time, the results can be suprising from year to year. Join us to see if you know what brand is currently considered #1 and who is 'last'. In our feature segment, we have 'This Week In Automotive History' as we continue to lo…
 
Never can tell where you will find something new. Sometime back, a follower of our program saw some 'different' looking 'K5 Tahoes' being shpped overseas. We got a few pics and followed up until we found Flat Out Auto in Jonesboro, Arkansas. A little out of the way, but actually somewhat centrally located in the country, the shop has been producing…
 
Tim Coffeen Talks Indy car and Racing History is part of the Sports History Network - The Headquarters For Sports Yesteryear. NETWORK SPONSORS Row One - the vintage shop for sports history fans! CONTACT TIM COFFEEN Have a question for Tim or just want to tell him how much you love the show? You can leave a voice message below or you can send fill o…
 
There have been a lot of names associated with the Pikes' Peak Hill Climb as races speed up the the side of the mountain seeking glory and fame! What started out as dirt roads has developed into an asphalt runway over the years as cars get faster and faster. The new EVs have also been showing up with their massive amounts of torque. Friend of the s…
 
Houston has a great heritage of automotive racing, with almost all kinds of racing happening at one point or another. Joining us on this episode of In Wheel Time Car Talk is Ms. Gina Shild-knoiwles, the force behnid the Gulf Coast Racing Series. The series now oerates at two locations, including the big race planned for July 2, 2022 at Houston Moto…
 
The world of RVs has really exploded the last few years. Not only does it provide a chance to got out with nature, it is the ability to travel with a 'home' and during the pandemic, it provided a way for many people to get 'out'. For many people, that was their introduction to RVs, but for others, there are even more reasons to go RV'n. Many new RV…
 
We first met Richard 'Buzz' Smith, the EV-angelist, at the Houston Auto Show, where he was doing what he does - talk EVs. Since that time, we have come to rely on Buzz for updates on the EV world and his real world experiences. Be sure to join us to hear what is new and a few tips about living with an EV. In our feature segment, Konrad DeLong prese…
 
To say that Tesla has changed the way we look at a lot of things, and Mike Quincy with Consumer Reports is here give us more on how the Tesla Model S really started it all. In our feature segment, Jeff Dziekan continues his look at vehciles under $10k - how about some Cheap Cop Cars? ----- In Wheel Time Car Talk is now available on iHeart Radio! Ju…
 
It is hard not to find someone that has not seen any of the Back to the Future movies, even if they don't recognize the 'star' of the movie - a 1981 DeLoran DMC-12. When John DeLorean first brought the gull-wing wonder to the market, a new one could be had for $25K. Of course for the movie about time travel could not remain stock! Even when launche…
 
Tim Coffeen Talks Indy car and Racing History is part of the Sports History Network - The Headquarters For Sports Yesteryear. NETWORK SPONSORS Row One - the vintage shop for sports history fans! CONTACT TIM COFFEEN Have a question for Tim or just want to tell him how much you love the show? You can leave a voice message below or you can send fill o…
 
Rolling up in his '32 Ford Roadster with a top in place to keep back the bright Texas Sunshine on a Saturday morning, it is Bruce Burrough. The 'Bruce's Rod Shop' Burroughs along with his son in his version of a '32 Ford Coupe. In fact, there are 17 of the '32 Fords in the family, a family that has been building vehicles since 1981. A thriving fami…
 
One of the new featurs for the Tailpipes & Tacos Cruize- has been the inclusion of a judged event. Come on out, enjoy the cruise and if you want, you can opt in for a judged category with some very special Lupe Tortilla trophies. In the Modern Classic Category, this months winner was Jay Marks with his beautifyl 2009 C6 Convertable. Didn't take muc…
 
Walking around the Lupe Tortilla parking lot so see all the great Detroit Iron, sometimes something will jump out like a sore thumb! A black Charger with engine sticking out of the hood, fatties on the rear and skinnies up front....Chaerlie Keep is here to let us know what is up with this street car! In our feature segment, we have 'This Week In Au…
 
The In Wheel Time Car Talk show crew kicks off another Tailpipts & Tacos Cruse'In at the Katy Lupe Tortilla location on Kingsland. The engineering crew is working in the background to overcome some 'equipment issues' that came up outside of controlled environment of Studio A. So the podcast starts in progress talking about some of the vehicles that…
 
Along with style, paint color is one of the first things that people see on any vehicle. It is there and no getting around it. Bright yellows, give-me-a-ticket reds, ocean blues, and a New Zealand Green...? Randy Daigle literally started with a 'field car' near Ponca City, Oklahoma. He has been upgrading the power train, the interio and of course t…
 
Anytime you see an event with several hundred vehicles from across a five state area at the same place, know that there has been a lot of work behind the scenes. It takes a while to find that location, get all the permits in place, and of course it takes volunteers and sponsors to make it finally happen. For the Lone Star Street Rod Association Sta…
 
Joining us on this episode of In Wheel Time Car Talk, it is Jerry Payne in his 1934 Ford Cabriolet. It is a classic hot rod look with a SBC 350 for power, and it is a driver. The trip from San Angelo to Granbury is a little more than a Sunday stroll, but this is a driver! Join us as Jerry tells us about his car that he has has since 1992. In our fe…
 
There are so many cool rides at the Lone Star Street Rod Association State Event, seems they are everywhere! We couldn't help but see the green/white 'panel' truck amongst the trees, so we had to check it out. The owner, Ronnie Austin, has a great story about the vehicle and he even schooled us in the differences between a 'Delivery Truck' and a 'P…
 
We first saw the 1932 Ford Woody belonging to Orville Adair in our hotel parking lot. In fact, late evening, some looky-lous from the hotel walked over to check it out. The Woody is a hot rod, and not fully factory, but with some really sweet changes. The hand built Maple wood panels were crafted by Orville in his garage. Orville also works on meta…
 
Early in 2022, we started working with the Lone Star Street Rod Association about their 2022 State Run to be held in Granbury, Texas. The idea was that we would bring our live broadcast to the event for a Saturday morning broadcast to the event. Working with Gary Henry, Editor of the group newsletter, we finally worked out the details. Something we…
 
When Football Is Football is part of the Sports History Network - The Headquarters For Sports Yesteryear. NETWORK SPONSORS Row One - the vintage shop for sports history fans! HIGHLIGHTED SHOW I am Chad Cain your host of One Guy with a Mic Presents: History of Dingers and Dunks. I am going to be bringing the history of baseball and basketball to lif…
 
Hard not to notice that gas prices have gone totally bonkers, and it doesn't look like there is much going to change that in the near future. So of course, an EV becomes a consideration - they appear to be more economical per mile, have plenty of satety features buit in, and when it comes to technology, they are rolling computors. What is not to li…
 
On this episode of In Wheel Time Car Talk, we cover several different aspect of the automotive enthusiest interest. Car Clubs are a great way to meet and socialize with like minded enthusiests. A lot of clubs are 'open' as in they accept a variety of make and model vehicles. Other clubs can be brand specific, model specific and even a year or range…
 
Joining us on this episode of In Wheel Time Car Talk is Rodney Rodrigues, host of the new oval racing program 'Dirty Air' and co-host of the 'Revved up Sports Show'. Rodney is not only a big fan with two on air programs about oval racing, but he is also a renown track announer working serveral asphalt tracks as we as on the dirt tracks. Rodney is t…
 
Tim Coffeen Talks Indy car and Racing History is part of the Sports History Network - The Headquarters For Sports Yesteryear. NETWORK SPONSORS Row One - the vintage shop for sports history fans! CONTACT TIM COFFEEN Have a question for Tim or just want to tell him how much you love the show? You can leave a voice message below or you can send fill o…
 
In this episode of In Wheel Time Car Talk, we are talking about a dyno tune and the value of doing this type of tuning. First we need to understand what a dyno is and does, then what is the value. Looking for more out and out performance or maybe more efficiency for fuel economy, it can be helpfu. In our feature segment, Michael Marrs digs up 12 Au…
 
Almost anyone involved with classic car restoreation or even classic hot rodding knows the name Coker Tires. It is the leader in producing tires for early models that have long stopped being produced by mainstream tire manufacturers. With that, it is a natural fit for Coker Tires to be involved with the Chattanooga Motorcar Feastival, along with th…
 
The iconic Ford Mustang is still a very popular sports car, with several levels of performance to go along with the styling. So it is easy to find Mustang based car clubs just about anywhere, but not all of them are as active as the Mustang Club of Houston. Joining us on this episode of In Wheel Tme Car Talk is Richard Jones, Director of the Mustan…
 
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