Podcast: Episode 203 – Meeting of the Triumvarite

Chris, Zack, and myself are all in the studio for the first time in what feels like a long time… even though it’s only been a few weeks. We talk about Zack getting to check out Jay Leno’s Garage and his trip to Icon for a Casino Charity evening. I talk about my recent fuel line fix on the 1974 Mercedes-Benz 280 sedan that I purchased.

After that we take your questions, and we’re keeping the accents alive as well.

Hooniverse – Meeting of the Triumvirate

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3 responses to “Podcast: Episode 203 – Meeting of the Triumvarite”

  1. Rover 1 Avatar
    Rover 1


    1. mdharrell Avatar

      It’s still not the best Latin, but the closest I can manage for “triumvarite” is a group of three sawhorses.

  2. Peter Tanshanomi Avatar

    “Pre-War” refers to cars though 1942, since there were no civilian cars built in the US from 1943-1945. Kind of a logical break point there. Germany, Italy and England were also a bit too busy to build any civilian cars those years, too.

    Cars built prior to the FIRST World War are normally referred to as “Brass Era,” or broken down further into Veteran (1888-1904) and Edwardian (1905-1915).