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The Cammed & Tubbed Podcast: Episode 207 – Still Don’t Buy It

Bradley Brownell July 7, 2017 Featured, Hooniverse Podcast 2 Comments

With the holiday this week, Cam and Brad didn’t have an opportunity to record and released two episodes, so you’re getting our Question Tuesday episode on Friday. Don’t worry, we still love you, and we’ll be back with two episodes next week. 

We begin with some great questions from our Patreon patrons. We’re trying something new by requesting questions on Instagram, and we got a lot more there than we expected to. You can follow us on Instagram and look for our question posts every Tuesday RIGHT HERE. And, of course, we aren’t going to forget our Facebook fans, but they’re getting bottom billing, third of three. Thanks to all of our awesome listeners for asking awesome questions. Hopefully, our banter surrounding your questions is entertaining to listen to. 


The Cammed and Tubbed Podcast – Still Don’t Buy It

Check out our Instagram, our Twitter, and our Facebook pages. As always, we’d really appreciate it if you would rate us on iTunes, share us with your friends, and maybe if you’re feeling nice, interact with us on those social medias. If you’re so inclined, Cammed & Tubbed also now has a Patreon with some fun perks. You can even join our Cammed & Tubbed slack to chat with us basically all day, and get some live updates from Cam and Brad on our project cars.

 
  • Fuhrman16

    Longitudinally mounted front wheel drive cars, beyond the Acura Legend/Vigor and various Audi models you already mentioned, would also include all front wheel drive Renaults (apart from the Alliance/Encore) sold in the U.S., the Chrysler LS series cars (Intrepid/Vision/Concorde/300m), early 80’s Toyota Tercels, 2WD versions of old Subarus, and the Saab 99/900.

    • I mentioned the L10 Tercel on their FB page. I loved mine, and it would be a totally fun rallycrosser. Unfortunately it was pretty slow and there was zero aftermarket upgrades, so they would be more “fun” than legitimately competitive.