Episode #146: Podcast

Resolutions?

First podcast of the new year on a wet and rainy day in the Galaxie Studio in Long Beach.  Some updates, listener mail, resolutions and all the rest you expect from the podcast. Some project updates. Cozy up with an adult beverage or sort your workbench for this one.   Episode #146
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Project Nickel and Dime Parts Three and Four

Metric? On a Ford?

Wrapping up the front disc brake conversion on Davis’ 1967 Mustang with a new power booster, pedal, master cylinder, and proportioning valve. Next up, we swap the six cylinder 7-1/4″ rearend for a Ford 8″ from a ’68 Cougar. Then we will install new rear brakes, bench bleed the master cylinder and bleed the entire
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Episode #145

Recorded at the North Long Beach Satellite Studio after tearing out the rear end on Project Nickel and Dime.  Some updates, garage talk, and a bunch of thank yous.  Thank you to our listeners and subscribers for a great 2014 and we look forward to an even better 2015.   Episode #145    
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Episode #144: Mooneyes

Great day for a car show out in Irwindale, listen to the podcast to find out what happened with the drag racing video and pics as well along with new upcoming events. Donald Galaz and Davis in the staging lanes. William gets busy shooting Don’s Chevy on the starting line.   Episode #144    
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F-100 Water Pump

William’s 65 truck with the optional 352 FE was in need of some more attention after the warped head issues a few weeks back. He needed to replace the water pump. The weakest component to most any water pump is the bearing. Once that goes, all hell breaks loose and you have a mess of
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Episode #142: Hot Rod Happening

Cool local show doing good for the community.

Back at the Galaxie Studio for some local event coverage, project updates, and William went Bourbon Tasting with an old buddy.  Have a listen…   Episode #142 This was the 17th Annual Hot Rod Happening and Food Drive at Performance Plus Tires in Long Beach, CA. This is the perfect “small show, community-driven” event for
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Episode #141: SEMA 2014

All Things Automotive

SEMA:  OMFG what a whirlwind of sensory overload. Click the link to listen to the podcast, or subscribe via iTunes, and/or stream it with your favorite app. Episode #141                         Check out the Photo Gallery. The whirlwind week at the beginning of November each
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Episode #140: NMCA Finals

NMCA WEST World Street Finals

Back at the Galaxie Studio after a day at Fontana and some drag racing at the NMCA WEST World Street Finals.  Killer adrenaline rush stuff…these guys mean it.  So some event coverage and on to the usual garage talking rants, updates, tips, and banter.  Davis was in a better mood, so we had a better
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Episode #139: Podcast

Mustang 3, Davis 0

Back at the North Long Beach Satellite Studio after a frustrating day of working on the Mustang (Project Nickel and Dime).  Sad Davis.  Some talk about what is going on with our front disc brake conversion, William’s truck and motorcycle, what we have been up to the past couple weeks and what we plan to
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Project Nickel and Dime Part Two

Front Disc Brake Conversion with SSBC Parts

In this installment of Project Nickel and Dime we tear out the front 4-lug drum brakes and install a new 5-lug disc brake system on Davis’ 1967 Ford Mustang.  The kit we used was from Stainless Steel Brake Corporation and we show you step by step how to do it.  Pretty straightforward and fairly easy
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Episode #138: Podcast

Podcast on 05 October 2014

Recorded after working on Davis’ 1967 Mustang (aka Project Nickel and Dime) doing the first phase of a front disc brake conversion from Stainless Steel Brake Company (SSBC).  Other topics we got on was the Japanese Classic Car Show here in Long Beach, Pete Brock and BRE, California law, pressure washers, William’s truck blows a
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10th Annual Japanese Classic Car Show

World Class Cars in Long Beach

We hit the 10th annual Japanese Classic Car Show.  It was awesome.  This text will be replaced with a full write up from Davis in a couple of days, but I wanted to get the photos and video up asap.  So come back soon!     September 27, 2014 Breaking the mold of the traditional
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Flashback Project F-100

Revisit a truck

We’re jumping back a few years and revisiting our everyday cars and projects. Call it the “Flashback Series”.   Lots of stuff done to this rig over the years, I am still finding bad work by the hillbilly that owned it before me. 352 FE car engine (I know that because December 18th 2012 the
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