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The Cammed & Tubbed Podcast: Episode 215 – Return Of The Hack W/ Rob Siegel

Bradley Brownell August 4, 2017 Featured, Hooniverse Podcast 3 Comments

Welcome back to the glorious world of Cammed & Tubbed. Cam and I are ecstatic to welcome back hack author and tremendous mechanic (scratch that, reverse it) to our humble little show. For those who don’t know, Rob has written a few books lately that merit discussion. I have read and reviewed two of his books, including “Memoirs of a Hack Mechanic” and “Ran When Parked” right here on Hooniverse, so go check those out. He also has a couple books to help you troubleshoot mechanical ignition and general electrical system problems, which you can find on Amazon. Rob was previously a guest of the show nearly two years ago (my how time flies), and you can go back and listen to that episode to see how far he’s really come. We’ll call that the C&T Bump.

Enjoy the episode, Rob is a great guest. 

The Cammed and Tubbed Podcast – Return of the Hack

We also published a Questions episode this week, which we’ll probably stop calling “Question Tuesday” because they rarely go up on Tuesdays anymore. It’s more C&T, which we know you’ll enjoy. Right? RIGHT?

The Cammed and Tubbed Podcast – Hot Tub For Possums

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  • Fuhrman16

    Dodge did not make a car named the Piranha, but Plymouth almost did. Piranha was originally planned to be the name of the Baracuda, but it was dropped when they realized that the initials would be P.P. But the Piranha name was used in place for the ’70 Cuda that appears in the computer game Interstate ’76, which was a automotive combat game that takes place in an alternate 1970’s.

    • Hey man… how ’bout a poem?

      • Cameron Vanderhorst

        Interstate ’82 was pretty rad, too. Used a bunch of unreleased Devo songs.