10 episodes

The Carmudgeon Show is a comedic, information-filled 25-minute conversation with Jason Cammisa and Derek Tam-Scott, two car enthusiasts who are curmudgeonly beyond their years. Proving you don’t have to be old to be grumpy, they spend each episode talking about what’s wrong with various parts of the automotive universe. Despite their best efforts to keep it negative, they usually wind up laughing, happy, and extolling their love for cars. Which just makes them angrier and more bitter. Jason Cammisa is an automotive journalist, social-media figure, and TV host with over 250 million views on YouTube alone. Jason’s deeply technical understanding, made possible by a lifelong obsession with cars, allows him to fully digest what’s going on within an automobile — and then put it into simple terms for others to understand. Also, a Master’s Degree in Law trained him to be impossible to argue with.Derek Tam-Scott still tries. He’s a young automotive expert with old-man taste in cars, and a Master’s Degree in Civil Engineering — which means he knows how to be civil to Jason. Or at least he tries. With a decade and a half’s experience buying, selling, driving and brokering classic and exotic cars, he’s experienced the world’s most iconic cars. And hated most of them.

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The Carmudgeon Show is a comedic, information-filled 25-minute conversation with Jason Cammisa and Derek Tam-Scott, two car enthusiasts who are curmudgeonly beyond their years. Proving you don’t have to be old to be grumpy, they spend each episode talking about what’s wrong with various parts of the automotive universe. Despite their best efforts to keep it negative, they usually wind up laughing, happy, and extolling their love for cars. Which just makes them angrier and more bitter. Jason Cammisa is an automotive journalist, social-media figure, and TV host with over 250 million views on YouTube alone. Jason’s deeply technical understanding, made possible by a lifelong obsession with cars, allows him to fully digest what’s going on within an automobile — and then put it into simple terms for others to understand. Also, a Master’s Degree in Law trained him to be impossible to argue with.Derek Tam-Scott still tries. He’s a young automotive expert with old-man taste in cars, and a Master’s Degree in Civil Engineering — which means he knows how to be civil to Jason. Or at least he tries. With a decade and a half’s experience buying, selling, driving and brokering classic and exotic cars, he’s experienced the world’s most iconic cars. And hated most of them.

    How that $315,000 Datsun 240Z filled a hole in someone’s heart — The Carmudgeon Show — Ep. 14

    How that $315,000 Datsun 240Z filled a hole in someone’s heart — The Carmudgeon Show — Ep. 14

    In this episode, Jason and Derek contemplate a recent BringATrailer auction where a 1971 Datsun 240Z sold for $315,000 ($310,000 plus fees.)It’s a well-known thing in the collector car world that rarity is often a multiplier for any inherently desirable...

    • 40 min
    The design masters - Gandini, Sacco, Giugiaro — The Carmudgeon Show — Ep. 13

    The design masters - Gandini, Sacco, Giugiaro — The Carmudgeon Show — Ep. 13

    the best car designers in the wolrd

    • 44 min
    Why you should care about the Scottsdale auctions, Scottsdale Special – The Carmudgeon Show — Ep. 12

    Why you should care about the Scottsdale auctions, Scottsdale Special – The Carmudgeon Show — Ep. 12

    The auctions at Scottsdale 2020

    • 50 min
    Behind the Scenes of the Jason Cammisa on the Icons Shelby GT500 Video— The Carmudgeon Show — Ep. 11

    Behind the Scenes of the Jason Cammisa on the Icons Shelby GT500 Video— The Carmudgeon Show — Ep. 11

    behind the scene of the new ICONS episode

    • 48 min
    Bad Drivers: tormenting left-lane bandits is community service! — The Carmudgeon Show — Ep. 10

    Bad Drivers: tormenting left-lane bandits is community service! — The Carmudgeon Show — Ep. 10

    terrible driver

    • 31 min
    Wagons don’t sell in America, but it’s the manufacturers’ fault. — The Carmudgeon Show — Ep. 9

    Wagons don’t sell in America, but it’s the manufacturers’ fault. — The Carmudgeon Show — Ep. 9

    Why wagons are so amazing?

    • 33 min

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