The Cammed & Tubbed Podcast: Episode 127 – ‘Stanger Things


Cam, Jason, and Brad are on the Skype chat to discuss some things on this episode. Cam took his Mustang to Virginia Beach for the weekend to celebrate the holiday. Brad has officially (as in during the episode) become the owner of a 1976 Porsche 912E. Jason wants to remind you that you should go check out his Sharkwerks GT2 video on

This week’s topics include: 3 D’s, road trips, mustangs, Porsches, driving, humble Brad-ing about Instagram, DWA branded socks, Cam’s bike, Cam rags on Hyundais, Brad put a cylinder head on his Toyota, Jason still hasn’t really done any Mustang stuff.

The Cammed and Tubbed Podcast – Stanger Things

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5 responses to “The Cammed & Tubbed Podcast: Episode 127 – ‘Stanger Things”

  1. Maymar Avatar

    Up here, H-D’s actually opened up a boutiquey coffee shot in one of our hipstery neighbourhoods. I haven’t bothered to check it out yet, although they apparently at least have multiple bikes in there. Irrelevantly, it’s down the road from a bike shop I’m fond of (

    I’m also with Cam – I think my assorted family and in-laws have collectively owned something like 20 Korean cars. With exception of our very first Sonata (a ’90), none have had any real issues, but they also weren’t cars that should be owned much past 8 years/120k. Around that point, they’re beginning to feel worn out, and they’re just charmless enough it’s not worth putting the effort in to make them good again. I think one of my bigger disappointments was the last-gen Kia Optima Turbo, which was a handsome, affordable car, that just completely overwhelmed the suspension with power.

  2. nanoop Avatar

    Thanks for coming back on me, answering questions and such! I am slightly starstruck, they know who I am, yikes!

    [Episode Interna] I wasn’t sure about the sidewall aspect at first, until I realised that 944 tires are about 1″ taller than the tires of my mundane cars I’ve owned – all on 15″ nonetheless.
    BBS’que sounds both classic and classy enough, will look up example images.
    When I said other people telling me that the engine of a 944 is from a VW LT, I meant exactly that: less than half informed folks accidently killing the conversation before it started.
    [/Episode Interna]

  3. rumblestrip Avatar

    By $200K Merc S Class are we jumping directly to the AMG A65 and not the base S550 of S550 4Matic which start at under $100K? And by $100K Equuis/Genesis G90 are we talking about the one that starts under $70K and fully loaded with every option is still under $73K? #configuratorfun

    1. Bradley Brownell Avatar
      Bradley Brownell

      I’ll take “Class of Automobile I give No Shits About” for 300, Alex.

      1. rumblestrip Avatar

        Circle back to this comment in about 6-8 years young man!