Covering everything from current industry issues and trends, to answering questions and offering advice to gearheads across the nation, Stacey brings a lifetime of automotive knowledge and expertise to the Podcast listener. With Stacey’s unique life experience, and deep pool of friends, the program is fun, informative, inspiring and like nothing else on the air.
Stacey starts things off discussing the new electric Hummer and what would be the better ways to spend it’s nearly $100K price tag.
Then it's mailbag jamboree time, with Stacey fielding questions about a ’68 Ford F-600 rear end replacement, taking a ’92 Chevy Sportside pickup from a 5-lug to a 6-lug and Nova body replacement options.
Finally, Stacey wraps the episode up with a tale about a shortened VW bus that worked and a chopped Thunderbird that didn’t!
Stacey talks about the recent production car land speed record claimed by the SSC Tuatara. Using his time out at the Silver State Classic as an example, Stacey also shares his experience of what it’s like to be in a car on public roads and reach speeds of near 180mph.
Diving into the mailbag, Stacey helps out “Big Dave” with advice on custom frame recommendations for a ’61 Nash Metropolitan and Robert’s questions about upgrading his Silverado to disc brakes.
Eddie Van Halen Part 2
Stacey continues remembering the late great Eddie Van Halen, discussing how Eddie building his own custom guitars with what he had available in the studio carries over to us hotrodders out in the garage.
Eddie Van Halen RIP
Stacey shares his thoughts on the great Eddie Van Halen, who sadly passed away this month from a long battle with cancer.
After that, Stacey discusses the importance of the concept car and how the far out designs you see on stage at the auto shows can end up down the line as some of the most practical features on your daily driver.
Finally, Stacey answers some listener questions about wiring harnesses and weather stripping.
Stacey sits down with talented musician and comedian Tim Watson. They discuss how Tim got his start in the music business and how he has been blessed to be in the right place at the right time more than once. Of course, they also talk cars and how they have always been a part of Tim’s life.
Stacey sits down with James and Meisha from Sparkburn Hotrods and they discuss the hot-rod / music connection, the effect that the Corona Virus has had on the Automotive world, their thoughts on what our automotive future looks like and how you can blend your personal relationship into running a business together.
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I’ve watched Stacey on TV since his first episode. He is the most informative automotive personality on TV. I love how he walks you through projects and then sends you out to do it. I’ve had the pleasure of meeting him a couple years back at his studio open house. He treated me and everyone else like long time friends it was great. He even took the time to give me his advice on a project I was thinking about doing and sent me on a much better path than where I was headed. Now I can binge his shows on Prime and now this podcast how awesome is that! 5 Stars!!!! Looking forward to more great episodes.