This week it’s Cam and Brad playing host to Rick Deacon of the ClutchKick podcast. You see, Brad and Rick met up during Monterey Car Week. Don’t worry, though, we’re mostly done talking about Monterey Car Week, as we exhausted that topic last week. This time we’re talking Porsches with Rick, because he just bought a nice low-mile 1980 Porsche 924. It’s minty fresh, and just so freakin’ cool. So inevitably we spend a bunch of time talking about his new car. Oh, and Brad is picking up another Porsche, this time a 1976 912E. We talk about that a bit, too.
This week’s topics include: The three D’s, Porsche stuff, and that’s pretty much it. We had a bunch of listener questions, but they were all about Rick’s 924. Can’t imagine why…
Oh, and if you’re going to be in the greater Cleveland area next weekend, Rick will be there, and he’s organized the #CammedAndClutched rally with Cam. They’re going on a drive through central Ohio, so if you can make it, check it out. Also, check out the ClutchKick Podcast.
The Cammed and Tubbed Podcast – Ricks Out for Porsche
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The Cammed & Tubbed Podcast: Episode 126 – #RicksOutForPorsche
This episode hopped right to the top of my listening/backlog list, because of the mention of transaxles.
I listened, shed a tear of rejoice, and put it on the play list again – I have a loose list of questions to you folks I never came around to ask, but the very most of those were answered. I’ll have to listen again to draw all from it I can!
I want a sticker, and would totally dig a transaxle theme, but I promise to be flexible!Loading…
Glad you enjoyed it. If there is anything you want to know about Transaxle cars, I can answer pretty much anything you want to know. This one was a bit of a glazing over the topic, and I can get a whole lot more pedantic about it if you like.Loading…
Very humble, “just a glazing” – I don’t mind going deeper, but I understand that this is rather “special interest”.
To what extent did you wrench yourself on the 944s, and how would you summarize it?
My 944/1 has stock suspension, and many passengers comment on the soft ride, especially with 15″ wheels. Since I have no comparison: are sport cars of that era softer than a family wagon (I’m European, plush American ride is an experience I never had) of today? Rubber bushings are healthy.Loading…