Discussion in 'The Bar' started by maroon, Sep 7, 2015.
just stumbled upon the marathon now, new season starts at 9 tonight with a cutless build.
they're working on a big 68 impala now
That fucking guy is a dope. He's on some local commercials like he's some kind of celebrity.
wonder how is sports bar and big band venue is doing?
I like the monkeys. They really work. It's nice to see them budget and try and salvage what they have when they get a vehicle but still make it nice.
and i think the got busted by the TABC for serving cheap booze as top shelf
hes grilling chicken on the big green egg in the garage parking lot with flame burnng that shit...he don't know nuttin about grillin.
I imagine he gets a lot of one & dones.
If I had the money and wanted someone to build something custom or even restore what I had I'd probably look up Jesse James. He seems to have an all-inclusive skill set and makes many of the parts to build things not just buy the parts to build things. Almost all of the auto-related shows (Hell, just about all the do-it-yourself shows) now seem more interested in focusing on the personalities and having the main subject manner be secondary. I liked how on one show that had the various other main builders square off in competition that Jesse James sent Gas Monkey I dump truck full of manure with a note saying "Everything you build is shit. I thought you could use some more."
anyone watching or all you faggolas watching dancing with the stars?
1967 Cadillac convertable
1966 Volvo is a cool looking car
Aaron Kaufman is a pretty talented guy... not like crazy savant talented, but he's got skills. Richard Rawlings is an absolute douche who doesn't know shit from apple butter.
17k for the 67 caddy from pa., dumping a lot of money into it
i'm with you, but he knows what to invest in, most of the time....some of the time?
You crazy, n. That shit is all fake.
20-30k estimate on just the interior of caddy
$14k 500cu inch new crate motor to replace the old 429