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The Cammed & Tubbed Podcast: Episode 66 – Up In The Hooniverse Hills

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Jason’s back from his birthday hiatus (and his stint on the hoonicast and TST), and he’s joined as usual by Cam and Tub. Cam’s still recording with his cellular telephone, hopefully for the last time. We really had fun with this hour, and we hope you enjoy it.

This episode’s topics include: Little Lamborghinis, The 3 Ds, Cam’s RX7 starts and runs again, Brad’s Boxster starts and runs again after a battery debacle, Jason talks about his time away, Brad (weirdly) lusts after a new Jetta Sport, and we discuss ‘friend of the show’ Mr. Regular’s new gig at Road & Track.


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The Cammed & Tubbed Podcast: Episode 65 – Sports & Jokes

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Jason’s sitting out this week because it’s his birthday, but Cam and Tub are in studio to entertain your ears. Cam’s still got less than stellar audio, but we deal. Hopefully back up and running like usual next week. Jason was on both TST and Hooniverse podcasts this week, though, so if you get a hankering to hear his beautiful voice, you have plenty of opportunity this week.

This episode’s topics include: Two of three Ds, Cam’s RX-7, Brad’s Jetta rental car experience, someone we don’t know taking delivery of the new LCI F30 340i, jealousy over Jason’s Huracan experience, Eric Rood’s LeMons car and a possible Cammed & Tubbed sponsorship deal, Cam played a solo concert and wrote a new song for Dirt Rockets called “73 RS” about, you guessed it…, and we introduce the “Facebook Car Club of the Week.


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The Cammed & Tubbed Podcast: Episode 64 – The Long Con

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The Holy Trinity is back in action this week with a new episode of the C&T show (W/ Jason). Cameron’s computer problems are still persisting, but we managed to muscle through it. This one was more fun than average, and you should probably give it a listen.

This episode’s topics include: The 3Ds (Drinks, Driving Music, and “What’s on your Desk”), A rant about Richard Rawlings and how he relates to the documentary “King of Kong”, Countach values?, Dream Parts, Shelby Dakotas, Embarassing Car Stories, I say “Ummm” a lot, Jason gets lasik eye surgery, Cam’s playing a show (tonight!) and Shoutouts.


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The Mystery Of German Motors

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When I was in Michigan a few weeks ago, I was driving around in the Detroit area, and I found this interesting little shop on the corner of a side street I’d ventured down. Honestly, I’d gotten a bit lost, and was sort of wandering aimlessly until I found a place that looked familiar, or at least frustrated enough to pull over and confer with the sat nav. Being a huge German car nerd, I always get a bit excited when I see a nondescript shop with the tri-colored German markings on the side. Throw in the name “German Motors” writ large in blue, and I’m geeked. I thought I’d pop in, see what was up, and maybe hand out a business card or two (being that I am in the parts business). What I found, though, was an overgrown “yard” and parking lot. There was some oddness going on here. Click through to see more of what I’m talking about.

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The Cammed & Tubbed Podcast: Episode 63 – The Makeup Episode W/ Mr. Regular

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Hey Hooniverse, Cam here. Due to prolonged technical difficulties (read: the ignominious death of the Official Cammed & Tubbed Production Computer™), there is no new episode this week. However, we have reached back into the archives to bring you a classic episode of Cammed & Tubbed, and it’s a real corker. It starts off with stories about a messy divorce with my Mustang caught in the middle, and the infamous parking lot crash that led Brad down the rabbit hole of Boxster body modifications. It might be the first episode to feature the theme song you know and love, and it’s also the first to feature a guest: Mr. Regular of Regular Car Reviews! We hope you enjoy this little peek into the pre-Hooniverse days of Cammed & Tubbed, and we also hope you’ll join us next week for an all-new episode!


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Hooniverse Goes To The Canepa Design Open House

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Do you live anywhere on the west coast? Have you been to Seconds Saturdays at Hanzel’s yet? You really should. It’s awesome.

While the Seconds Saturdays event usually takes place at Hanzel’s in Oakland-ish, a couple of weeks ago, Canepa Design was hosting their open house, and the Seconds Saturdays crew was on their annual convoy to Canepa event. Hanzel’s is a 4 hour drive for me, but it’s worth the trip, especially when it involves a side trip to one of the best vintage restorers in the country. As an added benefit, Mr. Canepa himself had recently purchased one of Porsche’s 959 Dakar racers, so I absolutely had to make this trip.

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Hooniverse Bookshelf: America Edition – “American Wheel Man”

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Happy America day. To celebrate, I’ve lined up three book reviews today that celebrate the speed, ingenuity, and forward-thinking ways that used to typify the American automotive and racing industries. There was at time when we could proudly stand as a nation and see our drivers, cars, and teams taking on the best that the world could throw at us. There’s a bit of that remaining today, but certainly nothing like it was in the 60s and 70s. Racetracks the world over were dominated by our best cars, and driven by our most prolific drivers. This is the third of today’s books. In his day, George Follmer was one of the best racing drivers around, getting behind the wheel of anything anyone would let him drive. This book, published in just the last couple of years, “American Wheelman” by Tom Madigan, covers the life and times of Mr. Follmer, an American legend who was fast in anything on four wheels. Is this book worth putting on your bookshelf?

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Hooniverse Bookshelf: America Edition – “America’s Star-Spangled Sports Car”

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Happy America day. To celebrate, I’ve lined up three book reviews today that celebrate the speed, ingenuity, and forward-thinking ways that used to typify the American automotive and racing industries. There was at time when we could proudly stand as a nation and see our drivers, cars, and teams taking on the best that the world could throw at us. There’s a bit of that remaining today, but certainly nothing like it was in the 60s and 70s. Racetracks the world over were dominated by our best cars, and driven by our most prolific drivers. This is the second of today’s books. This is an updated and revised and modernized version of Karl Ludvigsen’s original 1973 publication of the same name, “Corvette: America’s Star-Spangled Sports Car”. Obviously, this book extends that 1973 book, adding ten more years up to 1982. There will obviously be a second book to finish out the rest of the car’s history. I’m sure Karl is more than capable of handling the research for that book himself, but perhaps he should call Eric Rood for a bit of help? Anyhow, is this prolific Ludvigsen original worth adding to your own book collection?

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Hooniverse Bookshelf: America Edition – “The Snake That Conquered The World”

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Happy America day. To celebrate, I’ve lined up three book reviews today that celebrate the speed, ingenuity, and forward-thinking ways that used to typify the American automotive and racing industries. There was at time when we could proudly stand as a nation and see our drivers, cars, and teams taking on the best that the world could throw at us. There’s a bit of that remaining today, but certainly nothing like it was in the 60s and 70s. Racetracks the world over were dominated by our best cars, and driven by our most prolific drivers. So lets dive into it, shall we? The first book on the docket today is Collectors Edition reissue of 2011’s “Shelby Cobra:” The Snake That Conquered The World” by Colin Comer. Comer is one of the experts on all things Shelby, and this book is one of half a dozen the man has released on the topic of ‘Ol Shel. So, is it worth picking up?

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The Cammed & Tubbed Podcast: Episode 62 – Allegedly

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Well, we were all back together last week, only to fall apart again this week. Cameron had some computer issues, so I had to host by myself this week with Jason Connor as a guest (Probably for his 20th time?). Anyway, it was still a good time, and we had some interesting stuff to talk about.

This episode’s topics include: 2 of the 3 D’s, Goodwood FoS recap, Blipshift t-shirts, Mustang “Eleanor” progress?, Project Boxster Clubsport progress, Mustang GT350R launch, Pikes Peak recap (including a moment discussing the sad passing of Carl Sorensen). It was a good one, but wasn’t quite as long as usual, because Cam wasn’t around to get us off on tangential discussions. No 80s music or Cleveland Punk Rock scene discussion this week, sadly.


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