Generational Convergence | FULL SHOW | #151
What might the future of car shows look like as the older generations of hobbyists pass on their legacies to their children? What can you expect from a tune up at Smokey’s Dyno and Performance? These questions, and more, will be answered in this hour of Street Rod and Custom. | Download Full Episode #151
Segment 1: Blast from the Past | Download Segment 1
With his 30th reunion looming, Dan takes a step into the past by purchasing a car from his teenage years – a ’76 Cordoba. We spend some time listening to him gush over it before introducing our guests.
Segment 2: Goodguys | Download Segment 2
Betsy Bennett has worked as the Communications Director for Goodguys (@goodguys) for 26 years, and she has never gotten tired of her job. That’s not surprising, given that she gets to see the best of the best in the vintage car world. Listen in to hear more about upcoming Goodguys events.
Segment 3: The Next Generation | Download Segment 3
How do you connect with the generations that inherit their parents vintage vehicles? Betsy and Dan worry over the future of car shows as collectors and hobbyists get older.
Segment 4: Tune In to Tune-Up | Download Segment 4
If you think your ride is in need of a tune-up, it’s probably best if you go to a place that has 30 years of experience in the business. Tim Choate, Director of Operations at Smokey’s Dyno and Performance (@smokeysdyno), gives us a run-down on what you can expect during the tuning process at Smokey’s.
Segment 5: Asking for Advice | Download Segment 5
Things get technical as we explore the optimal psi for a fuel injection system. Tim also describes a recent ’64 Lincoln project, and what you should do if you’re interested in getting some tune-up work done.
CreditsHost: Dan Longenette
Producer: Jason Masters
Production Asst.: Joanne Bolden
Copy Editor: Sara Antonuccio
Contributor: Ryan Baker