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Tesla Is Updating Roadster Design

Tesla Daily: Tesla News & Analysis

01:59 min | 6 months ago

Tesla Is Updating Roadster Design

"All right so let's get into the roadster the roadster starting yesterday has been on display at the petersen automotive museum in l. a. And once you know it on the display sign they actually broke some news on the tesla roadster so this was shared out by black model. Three on twitter says quote demonstrating the versatility of electric power and adding extra distinction to the cars already. High-performance unannounced space x package would output the roadster with cold air rocket thrusters position at the rear allowing for a zero to sixty acceleration. Time of one point one seconds rate largely unprecedented modern road cars and so not sure why they added largely unprecedented. I think they would have been safe to say completely. Unprecedented there since they do specify road cars. But anyway while we've obviously heard about the space x package before. This is the first time that we've seen the actual mention of a true zero sixty time at a mind blowing one point one seconds yulon today did confirm this on twitter saying quote. Yes with the spacex rocket thruster option. Package it will be safe but very intense probably not wise for those with a medical condition same as hardcore rollercoaster. And it's also been a little bit up in the air in the past how these thrusters gift tussle doug on this path yuan today saying on twitter quote it will have high pressure air rocket thrusters behind a license plate that flips down bong james bond and so that concept is an idea that you on has brought up in the past but i think when he talked about it on the joe rogan podcast. Maybe a couple months back. He still sounded a little bit uncertain with that. So it sounds like based on this tweet and also them now confirming this one point one seconds zero to sixty time. Maybe tesla's made a little bit of progress. In terms of finalizing the design of these spacex option roadster in this tweet thread on also had replied to someone asking question about the model s. and had referred to the thrusters. So just for clarification sake. In case anyone saw that you didn't clarify that he was talking about the roadster there so no space package for the plat or platte plus model s. and then also replied to you a photo of the roadster on display at the museum saying and i think he got. Autocorrect here. production article look different parentheses. Better presumably meant vehicle there instead of article.

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Pike's Peak: The Complete History of the World's Highest Hill Climb

Past Gas

05:33 min | 1 year ago

Pike's Peak: The Complete History of the World's Highest Hill Climb

"Pike's peak is a giant among giants. It's the highest mountain in the front range of the rocky mountains. It is formed from billion-euro old granite. That's right. Billion with a B. and was first named by the native people who lived in shadow the called the mountain. Taba meaning son and they were the Tableau Watch meaning people of San Mountain. In eighteen o six, the mountain was quote unquote discovered. By American explorer lieutenant, Zevulon Yuan Pipe. These God I sounds like an alien spaceship guy. On. Doesn't look as cool as his name suggests I'm just GonNa tell you right now he was sent by Thomas Jefferson on a mission to explore the West and upon seeing the Mountain Zevulun apparently swore the mountain would never be conquered by man cars didn't exist yet, but it's safe to assume pike would have included them in his assessment as well. Given the chance it only took fourteen years. To prove old Zebulon Pike. Wrong. The mountain was first scaled by a European in eighteen twenty when Edwin James, a botanist and explorer successfully reached the summit collecting flowers all the way up quote the most notable day of the expedition for botanical collecting. Now, I don't WanNa give all the credit to Edwin. James although it sounds like he had a great time, I'm sure that one of the Taboada probably. Did it before him yeah. One hundred percent. Yeah attaboy watch like a a wildfire up their boot who was just like I'm GonNa Climb that today flowers. We're lovely but it was a Shinier commodity that attracted the first wave of settlers to pikes. Peak Pike's peak or bust was a common slogan of the Colorado Gold Rush of the eighteen fifties although is more of a marketing slogan. Do the prominence of the mountain gold wasn't discovered near pikes peak until later in eighteen ninety three, it won't be the first time that the mountain inspired the imaginations of those who climbed it in that same year after reaching a summit of the mountain and taking in the view Katharine Lee Bates wrote the Song America the beautiful. Describing Purple Mountain Majesties above the enameled plane over the years the mountain was commonly referred to as Pike's highest peak before finally being simplified just to pikes peak the next notable American to shape the fate of the mountain was Spencer Penrose, and he also might have been the one to introduce cars. Penrose had a name that sound like the bad guy in a murder mystery but he also had a job that would fit right into the genre. He was a mining speculator of the American West just like a murder mystery penrose had a history that could make you think you is both a suspect and a savior he graduated from Harvard but at the bottom of his class. His father and brothers were doctors and lawyers he decided to travel out west and try to make a name for himself at first he failed before getting a tip about some land near Cripple Creek that made him millions of dollars, and that's million dollars like in the movie this guy is played by Walton Geoghegan's. For sure. That's love that whilst. Yeah. And that's millions of dollars in eighteen hundreds money, which is like a lot today billions today. I Love Walton Gardens he's so. I feel like if I went to Harvard I'd WanNa, graduate the bottom of my class. Look I'm I'm the best on the rowing team but. Not great at socio economics I mean I went to. Harvard. So I'm pretty good at stuff but like I partied penrose settled. Colorado. Springs. The closest town to pikes peak was met a woman named Julie Villiers McMillan although. Penrose was by then in his forty s, he had sworn to stay a rich entrepreneurial bachelor but Macmillan proved to be grimes to his Elon Musk and the two got hitched in traveled to Europe for a lavish honeymoon staying at beautiful resorts around Europe inspired penrose to murder his wife what now? In fact, the inspiration was to open his own motel modeled after the places he had stayed specifically on the Mediterranean coast. This became the Broadmoor hotel opened in nineteen eighteen at the cost of three million, nineteen eighteen dollars translating to scrooge mcduck. Gold Coin Swing Pool amount of money in today's money. The Broadmoor was and is a seven hundred, seventy nine room Italian renaissance style palace with eighteen restaurants a golf club with three courses including one designed by Arnold. Palmer himself an automotive museum, the contents of which will soon arrive at this thing is like massive. It looks awesome. Yeah. I WanNa go to the odd more. Yeah. Let's do it. How do you feel? Seven hundred rooms every night. That's nuts penrose was no fool. He knew he knew that to attract people to the hotel you needed to do things great reviews on tripadvisor, dot com and promotional stunts. He set out to work on an ambitious project as he built the hotel, it was a two hundred, eighty, three, thousand, dollar gravel and dirt road to the fourteen thousand, one, hundred, fifteen foot summit of pikes peak with the idea of promoting tourism to the area and indirectly his own hotel.

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"automotive museum" Discussed on CarStuff

CarStuff

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"automotive museum" Discussed on CarStuff

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"automotive museum" Discussed on CarStuff

CarStuff

12:33 min | 1 year ago

"automotive museum" Discussed on CarStuff

"Service veteran stories of hunger and war on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you find that tastiest history podcasts. Now it's funny that you say Natural History Museum because that's where this whole thing started really. I mean we didn't talk about this but I just want to mention it because I think there's one thing in here that's really interesting. I think out of this whole thing. I mean maybe can take pieces of this and you know that's the most interesting thing to you but the purchase price of the of the building one of the most interesting things to me out of this whole thing so the building itself. I think it was like I want to say nineteen sixties. It was opened in nineteen sixty two as a branch of a department store. I believe right Zebu yes. See Boo gives a department store back then and then another another department store bought from arena was a nineteen sixty five and they owned it until nineteen eighty six and I think it was called or box so it was an or box department store. Then after that point so from sixty five to eighty six and then after that I mean after Peterson bought the Peterson. Who by the way I mean we we can even say this Peterson Public- Megan. He's he's the guy that was in charge of Magazines like hot rod and motor trend and and motorcyclist and you also had some other stuff like tiger beat teen magazine and Sassy magazine's Yadda he has a really compelling story. Just real briefly on him if we can do his background. Is that right? Yeah why not? Pure back the billing. Okay so Robert Peterson. was born in nineteen twenty six and he was a bootstraps guy. His father was a truck mechanic which given that lifelong love of cars. He's a veteran. He served in the Army Air Corps and he went to work as a publicist. Mgm and he got laid off which launched him into his creating his own business with some other people who got laid off at MGM. And that set him on the path to becoming the publisher of all these profoundly influential auto magazines and it also gave him frankly. The scratchy needed to create his own car collection. And then to create this automotive museum so in a weird way thanks for being jerks GM. What's the old saying? I mean every door closes gets the worm or something like that. I learned I learned the word for man. I thought he guys for the blending idioms or cliches. Oh this is my My problem right. This is my diagnosis. I think it's your gift. It's called a Mala for a Mala for okay. So we'll burn that bridge when we get to it okay or makes perfect sense. It's blocking surgery. Well when you say them the ridiculous that's crazy but to me. They make perfect sense. You've opened this kid of worms now ally. These are great. You know who did this now? I remember It was in back the future. It was It was biff biff. Yeah you're right. Curtis biff. Biff was always mixing up those savings and it was so funny. But I do that myself now. I can't I can't get them straight. I don't think it's a bit either. Do I believe you? I cannot get those straight I mean. There are some that I see that I can I get but others? I just can't remember and like it's funny because like I've already started saying it just have to finish it with whatever I can think of at the moment you know I can. I know how to use it. I just can't get the right words out. You always nail the beginning. Yeah the well. Yeah I mean it's used in the right context but then it's not. It's the closing part of the wrap up. You Know Punch line. There have been so many men that I sometimes. I can't remember whether you actually said one or whether I thought of something that sounded like it would be like a Scout Benjamin style observation and stuff like you know you can lead a horse to water but there are two in the Bush stuff like that now for. Mala fork very good very good so he anyway so Peterson. He's moved on from his job. Laid off or whatever and the and now he's suddenly thrust into the world publishing every wants to be a publisher right right right and it's already made his fortune and that's why we have to In a weird way thank him. Gm and now that we know Pearson back to the building. We did this episode backwards. Didn't we guess so? You know maybe it was a That Tarantino like maybe that's Maybe you should give him a CO credit on this. Maybe this'll be our first. Non Linear podcast. Actually probably wouldn't be no we. We do this all the time we buy. It doesn't matter occurred. Or you're going to edit this and so we started it media rests. This makes sense really yeah. I don't know about that. I have to ask listeners if any of this make sense. Oh God building Oh yes we also On a serious note if there are any complaints we do want to hear from you. The good stuff as well as the bad stuff. So we're grateful whenever you take the time to contact us We have a special email before any complaints. You can write directly to our complaint department. Which is Jonathan Strickland at Iheartradio? Dot Com twenty four seven. Three hundred sixty five days a week daisy year. I mean he's going to kill us to be mean as you want. Yeah please please let it rest. Let us have it. Yeah unvarnished truth again. Only to that email address I feel for you said Multiple Times. If you're worried it didn't come through. I love this part of the show me to right. Oh okay this building back to the building okay. So we're in Nineteen eighty-six and I guess Six years later Robert Peterson decides that he is going to US looking for property for museum for his interesting in automobiles. He's got all this money. All right he decides that he's going to open a museum and he's trying to find an ideal space and he decides that this is a great building for it this this department store because it has very few windows. The place doesn't it's not completely open like a lot of the other A lot of buildings downtown were and decided that this would be a great place to have you know artifacts without any kind of direct exposure to sunlight so it doesn't have to worry about Sun Fade on you know whether it's automobiles interiors or paintings or whatever he happens to put up in there and decides that he's going to buy this building and he buys the building in Nineteen ninety-two for an odd. Some this is this is what I find interesting about this whole thing. I mean there's a lot interesting but this number he buys it in nineteen ninety two for its all once completely one's eleven million one hundred eleven thousand one hundred eleven dollars and eleven cents so all ones all the way across. It's very easy number to remember but Bison vice billion in one thousand nine hundred two from that department store or box and in one thousand nine hundred. Forty opens up to museum. The first iteration of the Peterson Museum and a much different version than you and I have seen it was it was It was still nice. It was just different and the renovation that they went through recently. They went through in two thousand fifteen. And did this This hundred and twenty five million dollar renovation whereas we said you know they. They've done not only the inside inside museum but they've also done the outside the museum where it's this kind of an. Here's a better way to describe it. I found it finally Stainless Steel Ribbon Assembly. That's made of one hundred tons of fourteen gauge type three or four steel in three hundred eight sections and has something like one hundred forty thousand custom stainless steel screws. That keep the thing in place. It's really it's interesting looking building. It stands out in in downtown. La Of course and it's just it's it's an inside and out. This is a unique experience. Really it's it's it's the building itself has got. Its Own History. The the materials inside the person who owns it or owned it. I should say he is passed on. He passed away. I believe in two dozen seven. Wasn't it that I think. That's when Peterson yeah seven years age. Eighty When he died but of course places still operating and doing well as you as said. It's just it's A. It's a great place to go. And as you've mentioned spend more than a day there if you can were a day. I know it's tough to spend more than a day but if you can spend day there. I'd say you're getting your your money's worth out of museum for sure and the museum itself is Is a celebrity in. Its own right. has its own histories building. As you mentioned Adam. Corolla held his tenth anniversary. Celebration for his podcast. There so maybe we can do a live podcast at the Pierce Museum. One day it is involved in the death of the notorious B. I g yeah right. That was the last place he was seen. Live right right and the buildings featured in a couple of films Miracle Mile Volcano who killed the electric car Su Su checking who killed the electric car. That's what the EV was there. Right Museum. What was it? There isn't a strange story someone who owned A. Oh Jimmy v. One goes to visit their their car. Return vehicles right right. It gives them back to GM and the one that that person in particular owned or rented Was On display at the Petersen Museum. That's still the the Ev one story for another day. Perhaps though so strange is but let us know what exhibits you saw at the Petersen Museum because odds are The average person's not seeing all of the exhibits nor probably all of the vehicles. No unless you work there you wouldn't be wouldn't have been privy to see every single one of them or no you know exactly what's coming up when so it'd be a it'd be a fascinating place to work wouldn't it. Yeah absolutely dream job. I mean our gigs. Okay but dream job would be working at a auto museum. Wouldn't it? Yeah I guess so. That would be fun. I don't know you know what I waffle on this a little bit because I think it'd be really cool to work. In a museum novel Automobile Museum would be fun to be surrounded by that but I mean after about a day or two. I don't know unless you really taken deep dives into the history of certain car and you really focus on that and then move onto the next one. I think that it would just become a bit repetitive. For me. See this way you WanNa get the perfect job which is either the test driver or the restorer. Oh yeah before your mechanic there. It'd be great. Yeah it'd be fine but test driver. That's an interesting idea to if you're able to like actually you take them out mode of them around a little bit stretcher legs. That'd be fun. I think you have to earn that. I don't think they let you don't think on the website they have. You know. Cash Year Cafe Position Test driver. Yeah you know. Some of the Dawson set The Lane Museum. One that I mentioned earlier. I know that I was talking to one of them for a long time. And just Kinda. Our paths crossed many times during the museum tour there. He's very helpful. Said that you know he does get to take the Eagles Home. Because that's one of the pride of a lot of museums is that you know just in particular the Lane Museum. Every vehicle is roadworthy so they urged their employees to take them home. Sometimes you know just kind of work them out a little bit because it's good for a car to move it. It's it's bad for them to sit around so they realized that. And you know I'm sure that there are limitations. Are CERTAIN VEHICLES AIRBAG? Not Allowed to bring home like you know the you know the the rally cars and things like the Group B rally car ride show up or vehicles like that that are not road legal of course and that's why you refused to volunteer their right. That's right rally. Nothing taken not taking a group B rally car home. I'm not doing it. What important regarding these museums in this travel so now that I am officially A on the road consultant for car. Stuff there are GonNa be times where I'm out of the studio because I'm on some weird mission and we would love your help recommend some of your favorite museums in your neck of the global woods smear favorite events race tracks. No spoilers but we're working on getting car stuff itself back on the road and we would love to hear your recommendation. So.

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"automotive museum" Discussed on CarStuff

CarStuff

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"automotive museum" Discussed on CarStuff

"I guess that predates the days when he worked for GM of course and was fulltime on the GM design Steph. But her one of the things about Fatty arbuckle he was. He was like a by. I said he was a big car guy at the time and really loved automobiles. He was one of the first celebrities one of the first stars to be able to do this because he was also the first movie star that would make was was making on contract over a million dollars a year. He's the very first actor to be able to do that while. So that's kind of his notch in history. I mean other than having some you know some good films of course but Apparently a good actor. Mr Buckle Fed Had some skeletons in his closet. I was trying to avoid it. But yeah he he I don't want to get into that. 'cause he's got a whole history there as well but Yasim definite skeletons in that closet while we're on the subject of things that are turning a bit dark there's also the nineteen sixty seven boot hill. Express Hot Rod. Oh you know what I'm talking about. I do have seen this one. I'd I did get to see this. You saw this did yeah. This is nut so ray farmer Built built a boot Hill Express. They took a funeral coach from the eighteen hundreds and they made it a hot Rod. Yeah now you know what Kurt and I had talked about this on an earlier episode when we did The the seventies sixties and seventies hot Rod Kerma cars we It was an actual coach. It said it said wasn't is said to have taken one of the James Gang members. Yeah I think to This final resting place at Boot Hill. Graveyard is that. Do you think that's true or do you think that's That's a myth. It's tough to verify this tall tale territory you know. I wonder but in hot rods. All have the these stories about them. I I like that though I like. I like the you know the people can kind of dig into it if they want to trace it back. That's always fun while I know it. Sounds like we're maybe jumping around a little bit. We're doing that because we want to give you Kinda give you a broad view of just. How many different unique vehicles there are in fact? I am probably going to return when I go back to that area of the world because they have some upcoming exhibits that I wanNA see. I was thinking about this after we did our famous car collectors episode. I think Scott mentioned James. Hatfield metallica right. Yeah that's right. So the James Hatfield collection is coming to the Pearson Museum he has an entire collection that he's exhibiting in the museum and it started. The opening day is today as we record this song. No kidding I'd love to go to that because he's got. I think he was a collector of hot rods. Right right dot rods and some some really old class. I mean we're talking. Nineteen thirties iron. That type of era vehicle that vintage era I think oh no I think it's a one day thing now boy. Well you know what that's to Bay. We'll have you're listening to this episode live within an otherwise otherwise Just missed out on the in the head field collection. I'm sure there's plenty of other collections To go to an and check out. That's that's the one thing too. I mean you go to their Their website they've always got you up to date on what's coming in. What's what's leaving. You know the dates of the shows and everything so if you're in the area of You know the Peterson definitely worthwhile. It's not really that expensive to go. It's it's relatively a cheap afternoon But man there's there's so many beautiful beautiful vehicles there it is. It really is a different type of museum altogether. Yeah highly recommended though. I'M NOT GONNA I'M NOT GONNA start saying one museum is better another since I feel like I'll be on the road for a lot of these. Yeah but he's very different for Nagoya Museum. And if you go to the Peterson. Museum be aware that. Like the natural history museums or the Smithsonian's this is at the very least of full day visit. Don't go in at like four thirty thinking you're going to run through. No no no. This is This is a a long after noon or a full day. And even like you said you can go back and check it out. Hey It's been henry and Marcus hosts of the last podcast on the left are shows dedicated to uncovering hilariously horrifying stuff. And now we're only.

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"automotive museum" Discussed on CarStuff

CarStuff

12:52 min | 1 year ago

"automotive museum" Discussed on CarStuff

"And if you remember. Elvis Presley was doing a lot of like Hawaiian beach type movies in you know a lot of movies at the time but one of the movies was called easy. Come easy go and it's like a. It's a musical comedy type thing. There's lots of you know on the beach type activity going on. You Know Surfing that type of thing but one that was done and of course the designed like what would be like a beach car for the nineteen sixties and they gave. Everybody can picture that you know the the Atlantic colors you know the the Bright Reds Greens yellows blues. That kind of thing. I'm the seats seat. Backs are surfboards. That have been chopped modified in in a way that makes sense for a seat back and they look like surfboards. Sticking out of the car looks like four surfboards. It's of course an open vehicle multi. Everybody can picture the hot rod version of that Big engine up front and you know. Open the top and you know big fenders and everything in the the fat wheels all around us not to fed not like the dragster type ones but just a cool looking beach buggy that you would anticipate you know being from that era with the beach cars. Will I guess they just repurpose this thing? As as the as the joker mobile for the Batman TV series which is really strange to me. Like why? Why would bear bear of all people? He was building so many cars. And and like you said been. This is way off brand. It doesn't seem to fit the joker for me. I don't know why but it just doesn't have the right feel to it. Does it far be for me? Criticize someone's artistic choice but it just doesn't. It doesn't feel like a joker mobile I think. Kurt you said it. Best off air were you describing it as the first round the doors looks like the grinches for Yeah Yeah it's all. Kinda matted down and dirty and I know that that's honest you know it's time right. I think it's time that does that. Because I've seen shag carpet that gets into the same condition after longtime you're on old custom vans and things but This is just like it's kind of dirty and getting gross looking right now but to give it credit. I guess it's in the basement of a museum I don't know there's a lot of tiki designed to it. I mean a lot of you know real intricate design on the door panels and creative it. It it's kind of like going for it. It's it's definitely dirty yet creative. It's definitely dirty and I've seen I've seen the the car. There's a A link to a video where it's a little bit cleaned up a little bit polished up and it's probably the way you saw at been all these photos are a little bit rougher. Maybe the way it came into the shop so it does look a lot better but I don't know as far as being a car for the joker a good villain vehicle. I don't know if it's a villains vehicle has has a happier feel to it you know. Yeah it I was to have that like dichotomy right. Especially Arthur classic joker in the Adam West Batman. Yeah is worlds away from like the Heath Ledger. Joker Oh yeah or the one that we just saw. Recently the backstory off the joker. Oh Yeah I guess. That's pretty darcus. Well how he actually became that person. It's just you're right. It's a completely different character altogether So yeah maybe but it's still just doesn't fit that character very well. It's an oddball piece of the collection. I mean there's there's a lot of those the You'd mentioned other movie cars. Yeah delorean a blade runner There was I have to be on. That was the only exhibit where I had some would say mixed feelings. Because there's nothing wrong with vehicles per se but you know you get up close and you know especially with Scifi vehicles you can see. Like hovercraft a glider of some sort and we know that that technology doesn't exist in the real world right. I accept that. Were there to see the design but then when you get closer and closer to break down and go oh that's at is plywood so you could tell that summer meant to be filmed from far away. Rights others are meant for close ups in those of the refined very carefully put together. You know well done ones. That's where you know they. They got the close ups in the in. The you know maybe the person inside and they're doing you know like driving shots or whatever but it from a distance. These cars don't have to be all that you know they just have to have the same general shape. You'RE GONNA have somebody different driving them a stunt driver. Whoever right right so that doesn't necessarily matter. I think one of the best examples I've ever seen but not person were some of the hardcastle McCormick cars. The Coyote remember the COON COYOTE. Kit Car that they had in that Mccormack the The convict in this whole thing. It's it's very improbable setup for the whole host one. I haven't thought about Robert. Yeah yeah but it's a great list loved to watch that show just for that just for the coyote because cool and they had a few that were really well put together and then they had some that. Were just piles of garbage. I mean they just it were fiberglass shells and they were on top of like a really rough frame and but they drove they run and they ran and drove but those are the ones they would jump over hay bales. And you know. They weren't so careful with it because they didn't. They knew that they could build another one quickly. But if you look at you know some of the stills from the actual film itself or or the television show you're able to tell you know like okay this is really really rough you can see the The intensity with which they focused on details in some cars versus others. That are a little bit worried. Like put together a bit more sloppily. You know right or the rough around the edges so you were there at the museum and you're seeing things like you know tack welds and you've really saw plywood on a car like you see in like it's not metal. It's painted wood. And Yeah Yeah. What about any other like really agree? Just things that you saw cars that were standouts for like you know this is the. I can't even believe this is in here in this museum. But it's part of movie history. Yeah I just WANNA keep I wanNA keep it positive like I ate if anything to put a positive spin on it It just the craftsmanship and the ingenuity of the people involved in the production. Because until you get up close to something like a till you get close to some of these vehicles and I'm not going to name specific ones to get up. Close this of these vehicles. You know when you see them on the screen. It looks real My car is kind of like that. Now Yeah what's going on nothing terrible it's just You know from a distance looks pretty good still the vacuum it. No I think it's just getting older. And there's some dents and dings and things from being in a parking lot security sitting on the trunk with their rifle the rifle butts you that They always causes a lot of scuff and dents and things but now just you know the the normal like minor flaws that come along with owning a vehicle for a certain amount of time. And and you know you're less pleased with close up as as you are. Then you know it becomes like a twenty foot car. You're happier with twenty feet away. Then you are up close when you're polishing the car and you you know just all the flaws and the minor imperfections that are there but I think a lot of these museum cars are like that too they're also many of them here that are pristine and he just beautiful beautiful examples. And maybe I'm I don't know if I'm GonNa lead you to something that wasn't there at this time. There were four or five years ago on the ground floor. They had a display. When I was there of French manufactured cars or or build cars. Bugatti the Taube. Oh I think was another one that they had but there beautiful beautiful flowing designs that were painted just like it looked like they had twenty or thirty coats of paint on them and chrome that was in real decorative Organic flowing curves and everything is useful cars but that was also in that controversy was have going on that they were going to get rid of kind of the American culture. The the the south in particular the South South Southern California car culture type vehicles and changed the whole thing over to like these French designs because the the new owner of the place and there was a lot of back and forth. Talk about what they were doing because they were selling some cars off. I think at the time right. People were worried that they were going to completely convert over to a different type of museum that it was never intended to be like where. Where does the Line Stop Right? Yeah exactly yeah because they had that history of being kind of like a a microcosm of southern California car culture through the decades like everything from the very beginning of the automobile all the way through current day. Yeah we'll definitely expanded their collection you know and one of the things is really impressive And you can see these if you go during the right time would be all the all the concept cars they. Have you know like they have a plymouth explorer that was built by Ghia and It explore yeah is nineteen fifty four. This was just a design study for Blake. How it Plymouth? Look if this manufacturer built it yeah I like stuff like that. Yeah and is really stylish. Nineteen thousand nine hundred forty four hundred. I'M GONNA have to look that up and see what that was all about but You so they have more than they have other concept vehicles there of course sure. But yeah I I. I find like just the declarative nature of what they have there to be fascinating too. It's like they. They didn't focus on just one type vehicle or one No not. It's not not that there's a bad thing about this but when you go to certain museums that have a focus like that. It's like hot Rod Matab Museum or drag Racing Museum than I went to recently they. It's all drag racing cars. They've got a separate building. That has you know. They're the collection of the owner. You know that has other stuff but like one building is strictly just for this type of vehicle. I find it fascinating that they have. So many different cars they can rotate in and out like And they have all these different Exhibits can again bring in and out like the they have a Porsche collection. Right I guess is is pretty exemplary as well. They have like extensive as they say Everything from one thousand nine hundred eighty nine Porsche. Sixty four all the way up through you know. Modern Day porsches well. They have Japanese automotive industry. Vehicles Air on display. Like you know a huge history of Japanese automotive industry so like everything from the beginning to the end of that as well. They have children's race cars that are powered that they can bring out. Which I think is a fascinating thing. I'd love to see that that I didn't see. I don't think I remember seeing any of those but the power children's race cars would be really cool thing because I'm a big go kart fan anyway. Like right They have you know the lightning McQueen car from you know Pixar. Yeah D.C. Disney car Delaney McQueen shirt on today. It's kind of like a sort of a superman superman movie. I just realized that I had the shirt on today. That's what I'll say. They have the NASCAR Herbie there. Which is kind of a unique vehicle. The nineteen ninety-two batmobile. Of course you talked about. They've got Elvis Presley's Pandera is somewhere there that car. That's another one that we just talked about recently. You know how Elvis Presley a guy he was. He had a lot of cars big collection of cars and the Patera one that sometimes. We'll make the rounds you know. They'll it'll travel. And you know with cars the rockstars or whatever you know and I know that it went to the Henry Ford at some point and you can go see you know. There's the bullet hole in the in the steering wheel from where he shot. The king shot the car. Apparently when it wouldn't start and I think the story is that after he shot at the things started up like it worked like he threatened it into operating in. What's the street? There's a whole story behind The the pen Tara L. and Elvis Presley but Oh and you've talked about the delorean time machine. That's one that I think everybody can picture. There's there's all kinds of movie cars and cars are owned by famous people. I know I saw When I was there there was Fatty arbuckle scar. He's a he's a car guy A big car guy. He's a he's a he's a big guy he was the big fella thus the nickname fatty arbuckle but he Hit cars that were built by parley. Earl he went to Harley Earl on three cars made specifically for him by Harley Earl. He were designed and built for him by Him. I guess that predates the days when he worked for GM of course and was fulltime on the GM design Steph. But her one of the things about Fatty arbuckle he.

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"automotive museum" Discussed on CarStuff

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07:31 min | 1 year ago

"automotive museum" Discussed on CarStuff

"As as the as the joker mobile for the Batman TV series which. Is really strange to me like why? Why would bear bears of all people? He was building so many cars, and and like you said been. This is way off brand. It doesn't seem to fit. The joker for me I. Don't know why, but it just doesn't have the right feel to. It doesn't go far. Be For me. Criticize someone's artistic choice, but the just doesn't. It doesn't feel like a joker. Mobile I think Kurt you said it best off air. Were you describing it as the first round? The doors looks like the grinches for yeah, yeah, it's all Kinda matted down and dirty. Dirty and I know that that's honest. You know it's time right. I think it's time that does that. Because I've seen shag carpet that gets into the same condition after longtime, you're on old custom vans and things, but this is just like it's kind of dirty and get a gross looking right now, but to give it credit I guess it's in the basement of a museum I don't know there's a lot of tiki designed to it I mean a lot of you know real intricate design on the door panels and. Creative, it it. It's kind of like going for it. It's it's definitely dirty yet. Creative definitely dirty and I've seen the the car. There's a a link to a video where it's a little bit cleaned up a little bit polished up and it's probably the way you saw at been. All these photos are a little bit rougher. Maybe the way it came into the shop, so it does look a lot better, but I don't know as far as being like a car for the joker, a good villain vehicle. I. Don't know if it's a villains vehicle. Has has a happier feel to it, you know. Yeah, it I. was to have that like dichotomy. Right especially Arthur classic joker in the Adam West Batman. Yeah is worlds away from like the Heath Ledger Joker, oh, yeah, or the one that we just saw recently the backstory off the joker. Oh, yeah! I guess it's Pretty Darcus well. How he actually became that person, and it's just you're right. It's a completely different character altogether so yeah, maybe, but it's still just doesn't fit that character very well. It's an oddball piece of the collection I mean. There's there's a lot of those the you'd mentioned other movie cars. Yeah, delorean, a blade runner There was I have to be on. That was the only exhibit where I had some. Would say mixed feelings because there's nothing wrong with vehicles per. Se, but you know you get up close, and you know especially with SCIFI vehicles. You can see like hovercraft. A glider of some sort and we know that that technology doesn't exist in the real world right I accept that we're there to see the design, but then when you get closer and closer things started to break down and go. Oh, that's. At is, plywood? You could tell that summer meant to be filmed from far away. Rights others are meant for close ups in those of the refined very carefully. Put together. You know well done ones. That's where you know. They got the close ups in the in the you know maybe the person inside and they're doing you know like. Driving shots or whatever but it from a distance. These cars don't have to be all that you know. They just have to have the same general shape. You'RE GONNA. Have somebody different driving them a stunt driver? Whoever right right so that doesn't necessarily matter I. Think One of the best examples I've ever seen, but not person were some of the hardcastle McCormick cars. The coyote remember the coon Coyote Kit car that they had in that McCormack, the the convict in this whole thing it's it's very improbable setup for the whole host one. I haven't thought about Robert. Yeah, yeah, but it's a great. List loved to watch that show just for that just for the coyote because cool, and they had a few that we're really well put together. And then they had some that were just piles of garbage I. Mean They just? It were five or glass shells, and they were on top of like a really rough frame, and but they drove they run, and they ran and drove, but those are the ones they would jump over Hay Bales, and you know they weren't so careful with it because they didn't. They knew that they could build another one quickly. But if you look at you, know some of the stills from the actual film itself or or the television show. You're able to tell you know like this is really really rough. You can see the the intensity with which they focused on details in some cars versus others that are a little bit worried like put together a bit more sloppily, you know right or the rough around the edges, so you were there at the museum and you're seeing things like you know. Tack Welds, and you've really saw plywood on a car like you see in like it's not metal. It's painted wood and yeah, yeah, what about any other like really agreed? Just things that you saw. Cars that were standouts for like. You. Know this is the I can't even believe. This is in here in this museum, but it's part of movie history. Yeah, I, just WANNA. Keep I WANNA. Keep it positive. Like I ate. If anything to put a positive spin on, it it just. The craftsmanship and the ingenuity of the people involved in the production, because until you get up close to something like A. Till you get close to some of these vehicles and I'm not going to name specific ones. To get up close this of these vehicles. You know when you see them on the screen. It looks real. My car is kind of like that now. Yeah, what's going on? Nothing terrible, it's just you know from a distance looks pretty good. Still the vacuum it. No I think it's just getting older, and there's some dents and dings and things from being in a parking lot. Security sitting on the trunk with their rifle. The rifle butts you that they always causes a lot of scuff and dents and things, but now just you know the the normal like minor flaws that come along with owning a vehicle for a certain amount of time, and you know you're less pleased with close up as as you are. Then you know I think it becomes like a twenty foot car. You're happier with twenty feet away. Then you are up close when you're polishing the car. And you know just all the flaws and the minor imperfections that are there, but I think a lot of these museum cars are like that, too. They're also many of them here that are. Pristine, and he just beautiful beautiful examples, and maybe I'm I don't know if I'm GONNA. Lead you to something that wasn't there. At this time there were four or five years ago on the ground floor. They had a display when I was there of French manufactured cars or or build cars Bugatti the towel. Oh, I. Think was another one that they had. But there beautiful beautiful flowing designs that were painted, just like it looked like they had twenty or thirty coats of paint on them and chrome. That was in real decorative organic flowing curves, and everything is your cars. But that was also in that controversy was have going on that. They were going to get rid of kind of the American culture. The the the south in particular, the South South Southern California car, culture type vehicles and changed the whole thing over to like these French designs, because the the new owner of the place, and there was a lot of back and forth talk about what they were doing because they were selling some cars off I think at. At the time right? People were worried that they were going to completely convert over to a different type of museum that it was never intended to be like. Where where does the line stop? Yeah, exactly yeah, because they.

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"automotive museum" Discussed on CarStuff

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11:17 min | 1 year ago

"automotive museum" Discussed on CarStuff

"Yeah just like Fernie Star Wars Fans. The name of that tiny. Yoda in the man. Delorean is not baby. Yoda but everybody calls it baby. Of course yes. So this is why they want us to call it like paypal transport. I think or something like that. Yeah some the way less. Tv So this mobile is a nineteen ninety eight Cadillac and this is one of the only examples of one that a pope mobile that was open. Top constructed on amount modern chassis. Gm Mexico built it for John. Paul the second just to use on his trip to give a speech at a stadium in Mexico City. This is the glass box on. This does not and good thing to mention Scott because he never actually road and the Cadillac. There were security concerns about the open design however as the manufacturers are quick to point now. The pope did bless the car on the visit. So it's it's got cosign really. Yeah and it has the seat mechanism that we talked about earlier. Pope Mobiles. Yeah you know where so on several pull mobiles the people seat where they actual pope sits is on this hydraulic system. That can raise or lower the seat. Oh that's cool. Yeah esplanade highlight that and that's the ones that have that bulletproof shambling do that too. All that is good. That's a that's a cool feature. I think that's that's interesting to be able to raise and lower yourself into into that box in the glass box. See this is yeah. This is where the dictators need to Be Humble because no matter how powerful you are as dictator. I don't think there are people who are building specific cars for you to take a field trip starting to laugh when you're describing when you said that. The pope bless this vehicle. I got a picture my head of like George Costanza in Seinfeld like buying a car that had claimed to have been blessed by the Pope or something because he was Jon voight car right right but it wasn't the actor Jon Remember. He bought a car. That was all right. I have I feel like it's one of those moments where I have to say this because I know I have many many years ago. There used to be a chairman of of Chrysler named Bob Eaton and it was back at the time when My wife and I at the time we worked for a company. That was like a supplier to Chrysler television station. And it was like their internal television station and time we bought a Jeep. Cherokee that was owned by a guy named Bob. Eaton but it wasn't the Bob Eaton so anybody later. That didn't know like past us. You know the past the ownership. Yes if they were to trace back the ownership of that vehicle. They might be confused to think. That was Bob. Eaton's jeep which I thought was kind of funny because somewhere down the line that's GonNa get confused still around it was like a ninety nine. Cherokee read one anybody out there knows of this one. Watch out for that That fake on the on the auction block. You know if it happens but But it was not the Bob Eaton but I always got a chuckle out of that thinking it was. It was like Castanza's Jon Voight is there. I mean okay. I'm totally unaware of this I don't know the answer here. But is it legal for private citizens to own? Ah Pope Mobile. I guess it is. Yeah sure why not. There's no law against it okay. One one of the post recently owned or is still does maybe owned a Harley Davidson. Even he was like Mike biker. Wow Yeah so. He's got a great big Harley Davis I I don't know if he still owns it or if it's I don't remember which pope it was. I don't remember I. Just don't have the Pope Cycle. Yeah Yeah I'll have to opt to dig into that too. Maybe you'd want one of the quick thing. Yeah we're talking about the volt. The Vault Rather. Yeah Volt. Not that one I remember that we talked about a car called the deal a long time ago. It was the big hoax car remember. Yeah Yeah Yeah. Yeah the whole story. The twisted tale of we give away too much. I think. That's that's a saga though. Check that out. That's one of our one of the most fascinating episodes of Don I. I loved that episode of of those episodes. I should say it was so much fun to research that. It was just a blast. At the Peterson they own one of the Dale cars. So probably if if you were able to get down there in the vault. I'm sure that it was down there somewhere. If it it's one of those cars that I doubt they will ever let go of no. I don't think that they would well. It certain that no one's going to drive it off. It's one thing that we do know. Yeah that it will it will. It will never make its way under the Non TO LA freeways. Yeah not under its own power weird story be involved with one of the high speed chases that we see from the helicopters. It's not going to happen. There's another really wildcard there to the nineteen twenty-three maith on an V6 t bucket. This engine is insane. The v Sixteen did not miss speak was built in the early nineteen nineties. Even though the cars from the twenties they took to Chevy three fifty. V8's and join them together. At the crankshaft there were only two of these engines ever built an only one was ever installed in a car And the egg heads Peterson. Say based on what they know about it. Probably five hundred fifty horsepower. Five hundred fifty pound foot torque AIDS. It's a monster and of course as you can imagine that chassis is pretty stretched. This one thousand nine hundred. Nineteen ninety is when they customize the engine. The four t bucket was built in twenty three. Yeah Okay Gotcha okay. So it's on that body but you know what's funny? I find this a little bit funny. So they're here they are. They're Frankenstein together a couple of three hundred. V8's right and and it's cool. It's cool thing to do. It's a neat. You know the neat looking vehicle. I'm sure it has a certain appearance. It's really interesting and unique but think about this. There was five hundred fifty horsepower. And there's a pile of horsepower back. Then I think about like the first production viper was somewhere around four hundred horsepower but it seems like a lot of sedans now around four hundred horsepower. You know or or close to it or three fifty or whatever and you know you got some of these I I guess a lot of other performance Lines OF CARS. You know like maybe. Bmw's or relax or whoever you know. A lot of their top and vehicles are in the five hundred some horsepower. Shir range right now for production vehicle. So it's funny that you know they're doing that Back then they just. The idea was just go bigger with everything right. I mean what a cool design though to throw it on an old model t though and you know what I think. Unless I'm giving something away here Ben. The model t that we want to talk about. Right Mongrel T. Let's get to it you want to because this is one of the ones that you brought up in a previous episode. Ooh And almost with disbelief. We looked it up because we couldn't I. I can't picture ever seen this car before. But you had You've seen it so one of the exhibits one of them rotating exhibits at the Petersen Museum. The time I visited was that Hollywood dream machine exhibit these vehicles from science fiction and fantasy as you said Scott movie cars. The guy a delorean up there. They've got some stuff from blade runner. They've got two vehicles from mad. Max Fury Road. Yeah which we didn't episode on and there were fascinating to see up close. They're very dirty. And and one of the things that was really the star of the show for me. Were all these barest. Designed batmobiles mobiles embarrassed. I should say bat vehicles because there's a bad cycle there as well. I guess they decided to go with the bat cycle instead of the Pope Cycle. Stop you from of course I keep interrupting but oh please. These cars are so cool. The Bat cycle there's detachable go-cart in the passenger side like in the What do you call that the the site card sidecar that Robin would ride in that headed? Attachable go-cart that would launch out of the site. That is so cool thing. I think I'd say you guys pictures of it. Yeah that thing. What surprised me. Is that little go. Cart thing is so small that I've I haven't seen a bunch of the classic Batman episodes the Adam West area But I feel like that's even for such a can't be sure there's probably too ridiculous for him to really use it too often because you would have to the best way to describe how you would have to ride. That thing is to Crouch on your feet do what they call like the Slavic Squat slobs but yeah and then and then take your hands and put them flat on the ground in front of your feet. And that's about your footprints on the on the go. I will tell you the guy that played robin. His name's Burt Ward rights and he was not necessarily toys now is about five foot eight. Okay so he's a smaller guy. But I mean when you look at him. In those old Batman episodes. He's also very thin build so he's not very large person. They probably built it knowing that he would be able to do it. I don't think that I could fit on this thing. I don't. I'm not much taller him but I'm heftier. I'm a bigger person than burt ward was when he was in the Batman movies. I'm not slim like that but maybe it was built knowing that he'd be able to accomplish this too. But yeah you're right. It's it's nearly impossible thing to get on. I've I've seen promotional photos of him in that position. You're talking about like on the cart ready to go. I don't remember seeing an episode where he actually used it though. I saw a still photograph of him on it. Yeah I think probably something that you know. The Movie Production Company or the Movie House sent out as promotional material. Oh for sure yeah before we bury the lead. Here's why we're talking about this general. Sorry I I again I. I took us on the wrong power. No no this is perfect. Because we're still in the World Batman and I did not know this. I'm sure many of our Batman fans in the audience advance the bat fans right. Should they already? I'm sure you all already heard this. But apparently the joker hadn't official vehicle of his own the jokers answer to the batmobile and cap woman had her own cat mobile. The joker mobile makes no sense for the joker to have no. It really doesn't. It's it's unusual vehicle for sure. It's not on brands. It has this Mongrel t- heavily customized We're talking like this seat. Backs are surfboards It's a hot ride model. Tiv built in nineteen sixty six. And it's so strange. It looks more like something that would be a beach boys phil well. There's a good reason for that right. I mean we did then look up history this car because we were curious about what happened and I guess apparently You can jump in here any time but paramount pictures in nineteen sixty six. I got a call looking for a vehicle to go into an Elvis Presley movie..

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The Toyota Automobile Museum of Japan

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06:01 min | 2 years ago

The Toyota Automobile Museum of Japan

"Talking about a museum That is in Japan. It's it's the Toyota Automobile Museum right. Yes that's right Scott earlier. This year I went to Japan for the first time my Girlfriend Brandy and I went there and a lot of people when they go to Japan they fly into the Tokyo airport. Tokyo Joe is of course the most populous city Japan ethnic. It's unfair to even call it a city. It's like twenty three different cities awards all smashed together not airports very very crowded so we were able to fly instead of to Tokyo. We flew to a town called Nagoya. which might not be as has familiar to a lot of people? It's a smaller area. It's more industrial. It is also famously a Toyota town. How and we had planned to land in Japan at the Nagoya Airport and spend a few days Nagoya And then sort of ease our way into Tokyo via the Shinkansen which have finally road very cool. Yeah which we've talked about for years man and while we we're in Nagoya which has a ton of history a learned of the going toward their. I learned of the Automotive Museum. And you know how it is when you travel with your significant other. It's it's a negotiation very much of the mind that most relationships chips are kind of like the Cold War. You know I mean sure and So so we had our list of things that you know we're like bins ends definite must do it's you know trade off and we figure out We just prioritize the stuff that we individually wanted to do and what we wanted to like. Go and my priority wordy My number one priority was to check out this museum and I didn't know I was getting into. I didn't really want to spoil it because because it was a little bit of a gamble you know what I mean is a little bit out of the way for us and I definitely. We did not want to have to spend the rest of the trip thinking that I was the one who took us to a stinker museum. Yeah I could see that happening where it eats up most is your day right and then you blame like well. How often are we going to be in Japan? Oh God our worst you get the list of things we could have been doing a situation and so I wanted to avoid that but when I got there I was amazed. It's lake nine bucks a person first off and it has hundreds of cars like over one hundred sixty. And they're not all. They're not all toyotas that. That's the most astonishing thing they are from all these different eras. There's a replica of steam Steam driven car and they're really really more so interested trysted in instead of studying the rise of Toyota. Don't get me wrong. Guys is a very Toyota Heavy Museum. Sure They are studying being the rise of the automobile in general and the rise of the automobile in Japan the exhibits. Can you guys have had a chance to look at. These are much much older. I mean this is a billion with history. This is building was some truly priceless automobiles in there. Are you know I got a little bit confused when I was looking at this up so I hope I'm looking at the right one here Ben because I know there's a commemorative museum yeah There's also in the same area Toyota. It's got the Toyotas label on it. However however that one is more skewed to focus on the industrial revolution and the idea of the power loom? And I think there's some you know old machinery in that building. It's the old factory Vaccari where they would produce textiles thing and they've got a small car collection in that building but it's nothing like the collection that you saw right. Yeah the Toyota Auto Auto Museum And again I still can't believe it's like nine bucks a pop. They're not paying me. Just say that it's just it's crazy super steep and through expensive and it's it's it's dedicated entirely to the automobile. You know they have even have. Maybe it's not so much. The automobile definitely heavier on that. I do remember there was a rickshaw one of the exhibits To me it almost seems without having been there but seeing the list of cars Sir can you can look at the exhibits online. You can go to their website and signed that. Yeah it looks like they're maybe maybe read this somewhere but it seems like they're focused. On like the style of the cars cars and the advancements that have been made along the way and like kind of like these milestones to say. Hey look what we were doing in the early nineteen hundreds. And here's what we did between nineteen twenty and nineteen thirty and and not and not just we Toyota. But we could so it wasn't around until what nineteen thirty seven I believe as the very first You know the founding of Toyota but the Erez before that and after that they're focusing on a automotive as you said automotive industry as a whole and the advancements that have been made aided to how we got from where we started to where we are now and I find that pretty fast into to build a collection in that way you know these significant makes and models for some the reason you know style or technology also shout out to our old Toyota episode where we explore the origin story of the company Yeah the way that the cars are displayed when their position next. Toyotas are even in the same building. As Toyota's it kind of tells you the story of why Toyota designed designed certain cars a certain way when you see cars from America like say from the late fifties like a big cadillac. See a European compact it car and then you see the Toyota the same time period. All the other cars are there to kind of tell Toyota's story in a

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Hollywood Dream Machines exhibit explores sci-fi vehicles used on screen

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

06:33 min | 2 years ago

Hollywood Dream Machines exhibit explores sci-fi vehicles used on screen

"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by the Michigan economic Development Corporation, John Rimini, founder and CEO at airspace. Experienced technology says in Michigan revolution is in the air. Find out what planet is doing to help businesses make that possible at planet m dot com. That's P. L. A. N. E T, M dot com. To solve the scourge of the car. Maybe we have to go back back to the future from American public media. This is marketplace. Tech demystifying the digital economy, I'm Jack Stewart info. Molly would. The future of causes always exciting and always just around the corner. Things like self driving cars have been five years away, for I'd say about forty years now, but there are times when pure imagination is exactly what's needed when vehicles have to be as out there as possible nearly incredible. 'cause or a big part of science fiction TV shows and movies. They're often characters themselves, and someone has to make them I went to see some of the creations of writers directors and designers at a new exhibition at the Petersen automotive museum in Los Angeles. It's called Hollywood dream machines. And there cause from Mad Max Bladerunner and the classic Star Wars amongst others. Brian Stevens is exhibition director at the museum, and he started by explaining how a car designer works with a filmmaker in the use of vehicles in Hollywood productions. There are a number of scenarios, one of, which is the need to design a car from scratch to fulfill the vision of the producers of the directors of the film, in many. Cases though. There are pre existing cars that do just that and there's no need to design a car from scratch, and when it came time to create back to the future just so happened, that this very exotic wild stainless steel bodied car existed. In fact, was very much in the public eye. Do some lawsuits at the time which which made it a perfect option for this particular use in this particular film. Doc. Are you telling me that you built a time machine? The way I see it if you're going to build a time machine into a car, why not do it from style now that we are up close, I can see. There are a lot of wires zip ties parts that look almost unfinished. Yes. Which is deliberate in this case, the producers and directors of the film didn't want something polished, they wanted something that looked like it was handmade in a garage. So you worked with designers of some of these actually put this exhibit together. How important, did they say it is to be accurate as opposed to just be entertaining when the coming up with these visions of the future. I think it's a combination of both if you're projecting fifty years in the future. I think accuracy is, is going to be difficult to achieve, regardless of what you what you propose, but they certainly do want some level of realism when you start getting into science fiction films as opposed to Pierce to pure fantasy films. You do want there to be an element of science basis, you want there to be something that seems even somewhat. Ause -able about what you're predicting. So you have kit here, for example, from Knight rider from what the voice of industry thousands microprocessor K IT for easy reference. A can't. If you prefer, do you think that, that was fully autonomous long before most of us had heard of even the concept of self driving, 'cause it's a 'cause like that an inspiration to real engineers and real designers, I think there's no question that when today's designers were children, watching these television shows in these movies that they are even potentially subconsciously gaining inspiration from what they see. And that's probably part of why we see some of the technologies that are shown in these vehicles. Eventually become real Brian Stevens, taking us on a semi nostalgic semi futuristic, look at the cause of Hollywood at the Petersen automotive museum in Los Angeles, fun facts. I learned from him in the early drafts of the back to the future. Script the time machine wasn't built into a cholera toll. It was built into refrigerator. I'm not sure I would have enjoyed the movie. Quite as much. And now for some related links. Check out the exhibition website if you want some inspiration for movies have been Joan this holiday. I'd forgotten how much I enjoyed some of them the Audi r s q concept from I robot made me want to watch that all over again. And I will be streaming the original Bladerunner as well as twenty four thousand nine to see that vision of Los Angeles with spinners in the dark and rainy skies in terms of making these sci-fi visions come true. The Atlantic has a great story with the headline flying cause a real and then not bad for the climate that describes the efforts to build a new type of electric flying machine that isn't a plane and isn't a helicopter but could fly building to building top skipping city traffic. And it's not just frustrated commuters who could benefit as sea levels rise coastal cities, like Miami, a going to have to go to ever greater lengths to mitigate the impacts of climate change. So we'll also link you to a court. Story about developers in that Florida city who are already designing buildings where rooftop observation decks can be converted into flying, taxi poets, if you didn't catch recent marketplace tech series on climate change at up, by the way, it's called how we survive in the podcasts are online to where we're going. Maybe we really need roads. I'm Jack Stewart. And that's today's marketplace tech. This is a PM. 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"automotive museum" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"automotive museum" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Loved one by throwing wads of cash out the window of the car on the freeway one relative describe this as an Oakland thing, Brian. Brian. Is there any chance that it's just a black thing? They said, it's an Oakland thing. Well, that's the block thing and through five hundred dollars out the window that belonged to the deceased those were his wishes say brothers when you're doing that move. We're dumping some forty on the grounds rest, the people in the audience Dari brothers over you dumped, a little cognac on the ground, tow where you're and brother, I was not down with. I do not like the dumping booze onto the soil. I don't care how great the guy was. But this balling up cash it we could use the Bible's. You guys have jumped the shark. That's absurd. Yes. The freeways were blocked for wild people leaving their cars in the middle of traffic because ones are raining down from the heavens wouldn't move. I miss. I haven't seen in a move in a movie in a million years and move where you rob a Bank and like you're on your foot chase in your like running through Harlem, you're going through that neighborhood. And there's everyone on the street, and you you knock over. For the Asian guy with the green grocer car in all and you run cops on foothold that part at some point where you take a bundle of twenties, you boss that paper ribbon off it just Chuck it in the air all the running town as a cop. Find you in the crowd that was a hot seen. That's a good movie scene that they never do anymore. To your list. Max, Pat, add that to my list of things I wanna do that include jumping into a body of water with a knife in my mouth, not long ways. I'm not an idiot. Serrate its side out. About jumping Tarzan is we'd like put the knife at his mouth that need just jump into the water. Like, I'd rather put the knife halfway in my ass hall and do a cannonball then put it in my mouth and go head. I when you doesn't make sense the only benefit must be that. It looks cool because it's not as a knife a super sharp pointy object. What prevents you from diving into a body of water? Right. I think it's going to help you little farther put it in your sock or just hold it. Or just that? I think it's there to scare alligators. Alligator fucking guys. Crazy. I'm getting out. I'm going onto the shore. This guy's putting a knife in his mouth before he jumps into this real than us. That guy's nuts. It's like fighting a junkie on the street. Don't do you know, you could beat them. But again, like, I don't wanna get hep C too messy. Yeah. Too messy. I'm sorry. Gina grad. Let's bring it home. I'm Gina grad. And that's the news. The news with Gina.

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"automotive museum" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"automotive museum" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Now, you could examine gunslingers for just nineteen ninety-five made authentic genuine imitation leather. Like, I remember when I was nine what is genuine imitation leather bound beautiful. You can display the and the had the they had the one where he goes that Bank robbers. No lady, that's Jesse games. They have like I've just but one was the guy he showed me shot a man just for snoring. And I never go camping with that guy. Very mean. Yeah, I don't I don't know which one of the Dalton boys that was but he shot a guy for snoring and it was in in the book. So this wife, she must have had encyclopedia Britannica and took a page because forty seven year old Laurie Morin was charged with a tempted murder and aggravated battery, and I can we agree with this. That's not one. The Dalton boys. Can we agree with this? You don't get to shoot people for snoring in their sleep. But you do get to shoot them. Once you wake them up and go. Hey, man, you're snoring and they go I don't know are then we get this. Yes, you're right. Because now that self defense like this. Societal. Yeah. That's an attack trusted. There's not a court in the land. So what you're suggesting I do is. I randomly wake people up at four thirty in the morning and go. Hey, man, you're snoring. I store do you know, what that makes me the worst person on the fucking planet that I just randomly shakes people out of. Go. Hey, man, you're storing I love the no if you do if you reverse engineer that part where they go. I don't snore their sensually accusing you of randomly waking them up and accusing them of snoring. What would be the benefit of that? And also, what do you do set my l'armee for four thirteen? So I can get up and tell my partner they've been snoring when they haven't. No, we were staring at the fuck and ceiling and trying to do everything we could do to avoid waking you up before. We woke you up. That's a last resort usually at poke a little like shift. Yeah. Pets their head gently rhyme robots to kill snort. We should have robots tells people they are that is the biggest denial move ever. I don't snore. I fucking owned it like once like a million years ago. Lynette woke me up and she said you're snoring. And I said good. It means I'm asleep. But I went right back. I went right back under when I knowed it quick I owned. All right. Let's do one more. Well, for the most of you who thought that were no blockbuster videos, left your wrong. There is now one blockbuster video left on the planet and its in bend, Oregon. Fishery the last one now that the last one in Australia shuttle window, I did the math on the pussycat theaters many years ago, there were many pussycat feeders. These were adult theaters, and they would run these triple X movies and guys would show up at these movies with a whole bunch of other, dude. Strangers and watch pornography and grew now every single one of one under with the advent home radios and VHS Bubba, but one is still in existence. And that's the one on Santa Monica and boy's town. So there is a chance that things can exist as long as they go gay. So if this. Blockbuster K blockbuster Trump that makes sense to you. Right. You have many gay friends. I don't know any gay people say you have many gay friend. Yeah. Say it don't have. Of course. I don't. Well, you have maybe employees Sergei many colleagues or gay screening process..

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"automotive museum" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

05:12 min | 2 years ago

"automotive museum" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Well, California family was extremely upset after they learned that their grandfather didn't have long to live, and they got the news from the hospital robot instead of coming in person the Kaiser Permanente hospital. Moment permanent sent in a robot with the doctor's face on the viewing screen to give the bad news and to make the situation worse. The volume on the robot was too low. So the patient's wife who's hard of hearing had to continue to have it re-explained to her over and over again because she couldn't hear what the doctor was saying the apologize to the same. This lack of humanities and say did they make a divorce robot? I'll use the same robots out that the bad news robot, the bad news robot. Can do. So so sad. How suck the humanity out of out of relationships out of life? But you have the divorce. Yeah. Okay. Interesting. So the robot came in wheeled itself in said the grandpa Grandpa's on borrowed time. And what then when it cries to bolts come out of your doctors? Ball bearings. They shed a few anybody. Downed wires are was someone's go to somebody. Right. Well, the hospital policy as they promised to evaluate the procedures for delivering bad news to patients shan't happen again. Can we put them like can we put the robot on administrative leave? To figure out what it's done. Well, we're going to have to, you know, doc, the robot or maybe garnish wages, or at least go to sensitivity training. Yeah. Like put put a strike on a permanent record. He can when we pull the robot file a few years. We'll see what this robots been up to this robot. Share other news like that'd be fun. I mean, it's just pulls into like bathrooms and tells people they're fat. You're going to break the toilet heckler. Actually a rope. Delivery boy of the robot oneself reviews of not talking. Donald. With the economy and everything, you know, going Sutter ethic. It's going good. Now have been better while it is the kind of is strong. But people are worried about robots and automation. They're scary. Very scary. Gary right robots? Yeah. Up starting a military force to the robots. Well, yeah, spe she'll there's been it. But those are robots which is weird. Here's I put your feet to the fire. But you say we need to build a wall right to stop at the preview of a wall. The stop illegal coming in here taking American jobs. But then what about robots look first of all I have more human thing to do for the border. I dig a big ditch just put them in there. But beautiful Trump ditch Saddik gold, right? Just sort of push your mid thirty Jedi. It out does food. What about the mothers and their kids together with their mother saying the kids mothers of the kids at the robot The dance? dance with the robot. Right everybody get. Vow trust solid gold dish areas. Very solid gold. Trump did burden on the taxpayers. Mexico base for the aver solid gold. Just happen. It's gonna happen. How do we get them to pay for? They gotta buckle down there. There hadn't it those people thinks. Nikki staking make I didn't know there were sneak. Stacey. Okay. All right. So they're gonna pay for it. All right. I don't think they're gonna pay for it. I. Okay. All right. So Trump got and Trump ditch right slow the robot delivered the bad news wheeled itself on in and said Grandpa's dead. If you had to go in and tell a family a loved one was dying. Wouldn't you rather? Just record it onto a chip until the robot was like end up in the air that movie that we elect. Start firing people over television the same way down the Clooney move. Right. And it just rolls back out. Yeah. Homer simpson. Receding into bushes. Yeah. I think I would like that I like. like. Breaks up with you. Yeah. You want? I want to be over the phone. He will say do in person. But I like actually is that we're talking with my normal voice. Guy. That. Now, it's weird because we can all agree..

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"automotive museum" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"automotive museum" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"He's saying you should show. You shouldn't have yet. I'm not saying a bang up to say this decides. Okay. One side. We heard the punch, okay. I'm just saying it's it's probably you know, if you're running for reelection. It's probably not a good angle. What I'm saying is as shouldn't run on this. No don't run on. Okay. Okay. Bad up. Okay. Yeah. All right. So Jan Michael Vincent gone gone. Jan Brady still alive. Career is. No god. There's no God. Can I say this apropos nothing, but I saw an aunt in my bathroom this morning. And it was like wandering up the wall alone. And I did that move or I'm like, I got an an, and then I was like I got a kill this hand because we've all decided that the loan and is a scout and out hand. Right. But maybe he's a drunken Hobo disoriented and not like you see a guy wandering around the street walking and a half, circle, you go that guy says scout go that guy's peaked out on basalt doesn't know where he is. Right. He has no posse. The aunt could be out after a long night could have had a tough night of walking. It off stumbling trying to find keys you can't take that chance can't. But by the way, when he gets back to the hill or the high or the pod or wherever he gets to what is he tell? The rest of the ants. Like, hey, there's a bathroom with nothing in it. Come on. You know what I mean sugar? It's not like there's got a fucking pig in the ground there. It's just a path through this this like a couple of multivitamins laying around there is nothing. What you report back to have nothing to report you got to figure this another scout at in the kitchen, though, he's the one is how guys greet news. And are we too impressed with their strength like when they go. They can lift twenty times or they don't wait anything you ever see a super skinny guy, and he just pops off like twenty-five chin ups, and you go pick fucking up. I bet you couldn't bench your buck forty. You know what I mean? Yeah. Fuck and easy. I'm saying we're little impressed with ants. I like to whom the aunt. So he goes back, and he's wounded tells the story in their send a message right tell how do you wound in an it is take one leg off just one just one you get out your too. So he shows everybody look with leg. Like, yeah. Like when a bookie like takes pink. And now now a message is sent right accepts male the leg your mail back to the pill back to the end. How? To send a message to stamps. Yeah. Through stamps. You don't want to return. I get. Yeah. What an aunt leg. Back to you. Yeah. Terrific. What do you do with the lady? Buck punch it. Yeah. I think about that. I feel. All right. I'm sorry. No. Well, the producers of the Simpsons of removing a classic episode that featured the voice of Michael Jackson. I know right. The action, of course, HBO's broadcast of leaving Neverland in which two men alleged Jackson sexually abused them as children, and this was the nineteen ninety one. Stark raving dad episode, which I'm sure you've all seen Jackson voice to character who claims to be Jackson who meets Homer Simpson in a mental institution. The singer is listed in the credits as John Jay Smith. The episode will be removed from streaming services and future DVD sets ignorant..

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"automotive museum" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:57 min | 2 years ago

"automotive museum" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"A couple of days a couple of days from now the cow Deming the experience that's at Largo and Nick Kroll, Sarah Silverman. They're gonna be there Natasha. Let's gyro all of my all my favorites. All terrific and all they're all right. Shall we do a little news and Trump can hang out if you like? And it would be honor president to stay for news. All those crazy. Gene drunk. Gene. The news with Gina grad the front row sang along without soil want. These people were moved. Great. Well, and I know you like to be on your feet, but you might wanna sit down for this for story because I have some very very bad news. Actor Jan Michael, Vincent. The air will television star who led a glamorous troubled life has died. He was seventy three the death certificate shows that Vincent died of cardiac arrest on February tenth took a while for the news break did and North Carolina hospital. No autopsy was performed it wasn't clear why it took a few weeks for his death to surface. But it did. Now, remember for those of you who aren't giant. Jan Michael Vincent fans. And I can't imagine. There's anyone here. He starts Chinses nineteen seventy the mechanic hundred seventy eight Hooper in which he played a runoff on Hooper the mechanic was Charles Bronson. I think was the mechanics, of course, it was now just be a Squatty Mexican guy who put your seat too far forward. But back then it was cool dude with a mustache DASS. Right. Yeah. Handsomeness earned him a spot on the cosmetic surgeons ten best noses list of the seventies. Yeah. Yeah. However, things we're not always rosy for Vincent. Here's a quick highlight reel of some of his troubles. He pled guilty in one thousand nine hundred seven to drunk driving left him with a broken neck. He was sentenced to a rehab program. He was charged in the eighties with barroom brawls in a separate case. He was acquitted in nineteen Eighty-six hitting to hold the barroom brawl against the guy. I feel like that's a feather in your cash. We should all have one good barroom brawl. Instigating a barroom brawl. That's bragging, right? Yeah. Also, if you think about barroom furniture, it is simultaneously the most durable stuff on the planet because a two hundred thousand asses have to sit on it a year and also the most brittle because if you pick it up you can break it over anyone's head. It's just every. Single barroom brawl of ever seen western on a TV show. The guy at some point picks a chair up smashes it over another guy's head and to sit in vaporize turns into powder. Yes. The bottles are made of sugar the the Furniture's all made a balsa wood yet. So I don't see what the problem is with a barroom brawl. Okay. We'll give him that one. And by the way, if you see the movie Hooper, there is a great barroom brawl in the movie Hooper, we're on it. He was sentenced to sixty days in jail in two thousand when he violated his probation by appearing drunk in public and punching his then girlfriend. Jan you can't do that support named Jan exactly. He would say he will be missed. What did she do though? Decide to sides hold. There's a chance she got mouthy little mouth for living. Right. Yeah. Probably waitress. Pop that gang. No, you mean. What does she do for work? And they let you do to get to get punched in the face. Donald. Nobody does anything. Maybe she was a little bow. As Geeta says, maybe she he would not be just. Close the trap sort of like. I don't care if your mouth, the you've been eyeball and your man or whatever his there's never an excuse to hit a woman. I'm saying you can't money. This is why this is why it's the best buddy guy. Okay. Go ahead. But. You cannot punch your woman issues far away. The distance. No, I'm not talking about rain. Uh-huh. Okay. I'm gonna say there's no punching of women..

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"automotive museum" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"automotive museum" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Poor people. People fly around your son. You're you're an air force. What I could throw a football by play football playing. I could. But the southwest flight attendant costs may off the seven thirty. It's frowned upon Brown upon. Yeah. Okay. Okay. So you're in air kick, a small baby. You're playing even hit a wall. Wait with sounds like you've done that. That's a very specific twice too. That is sure hold on. You're you're in Air Force One that crap and you have. Yeah. That's nice at been gold. No. I know, but it's their brush brush nickel. Good. It's a very good luck. Okay. So listen, you're forever to tell. Flying you into Florida, right? You're going to Murray Lago right at the okay? These landing. Would you like him to look at the gauges for out the tude and airspeed and things of that nature or what you like him to trust his guy? Let's see trust. The see this is it took a long time to get here. But I'm trying to illustrate he have Trump gut. Trump got is. A Trump solid gold gut role. Icy. So he's trusting assertive mortal person regular. A regular normal. Dumb gut. Yeah. By the play. So you don't want all the dummies to trust their gods. Right. Trust your gun. That's right. Trump. Got Trump got vote. Trump gut. Two thousand twenty trumped up center. This got in the universe. Back to Pat, we have some I wanted to do with Trump. I can't remember what we all belong. Balladur leader. We could bow to you. But I think he had could we go with some weapons I'm gonna chat these terrific. I'm going to tell everyone about cow done again, by the way, his Instagram at Kyle, Don again one. You can also see him live March thirteenth on this that that's coming. That's tomorrow. Yeah..

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"automotive museum" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:43 min | 2 years ago

"automotive museum" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Now, Brian, I don't know why you're laughing. It's a good creative answer. Should I pursue that? Or just go. I'm gonna find that ballet. You don't like Princess bride announce my dad's name pull a sword out. And I'll write this injustice like an eagle Toya. Yes. That's what I'll I'll run that guy throw. Yes. All right women. Can I say this? It's unfair for you to throw out insane arguments. And then we have a choice we can either respond to insane argument and have full Throwdown cage match Donnybrook, or we cannot our head is if that actually has those choices that's unfair. That's unfair position to put a spouse in. Yes. Thank you. All right. That was what this one says pug. I don't know if that means the car, I mean, the dog or what hug poke. Yeah. Pug is a dog pug is a little pug is one of those dogs. There's there's two kinds of dogs really like you can say, oh, there's millions of different breeds of dogs, and so many different shapes and sizes and everything, but there's really only two types of dogs dogs that are ashamed and do not want you to see their asshole. And then other dogs who show off their ass hall, like it's a fucking movie open and the dog is one of those dogs basically screams, everyone stare at my asshole too wide release. It's four thousand screens it's captain marvel back there. Listen, Black Panther to won't be his big release is a pugs eight. NS literally has a tail it doesn't just go out it rolls up. And there is like the pugs total. With of a puck hip to hip. Outer dimension is three and a half inches to in three quarters of inches of that is asked whole like it's literally it's literally more than half of their backside. It's all pug, they're literally. Like, look, I'm sorry. But if I ever heard of anyone who raped a pug Ainley, there's not a court in the land that would convict that man there. Just isn't. I'm sorry. I know the law Goerge wouldn't take the case there is for take that it's been niece me. He'd take a pro Bono. It is dog meat check in with the eleven year old and the big bang theory. T-shirt to see agrees with this. Do you understand what's going on here? On your head owner got a dog named Phil. He has a big old fat L L. That thing his tail looks like the back of Davy Crockett's hat. The just hangs there. And I don't even know he has an asshole. I can only speculate. You assume everyone. L A sooner. But I've never physically seen it. Where's pug, you can see from outer space? And I'm just saying for that reason. We don't need pucks. There's a young boy in bro age about twelve. And this is the best day of his life. Yeah. How old are young man? And ted. I like Adam us debut Crockett to explain it to, you know, someone who is dead fifty years before you were born, you know, fess Parker, right? Okay. Fess Parker fan. Boy, every young lad, I'm sure you're up here with your rate rise Ryder daisy air gun and having what do you got one of those little wagons? Put the roller skate wheels on it. And it's got the box replay stickball earlier today or now twenty two now then. So pox Darby. No, we'll Cushing pick Brooklyn Dodgers fan. Are you? What are you kids? Do these days? This one says Hawaii Hawaii, which is a state Hawaii is Jimmy and I went to Hawaii. Many years ago. We were we were golfing tells a fart story and Hawaii is one of the worst slices Fardon. It's not good. Farting cow islands islands are bad for farting. And there's always a trade wind carrying your great effort out to say. Yeah, it's it's horrible..

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"automotive museum" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"automotive museum" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"News teeth every check teeth can have a shaft of light come out of their mouth when they smile like. That's that's what it does. That's what the Fox News chicks do. And I thought could you imagine Greta being on FOX? She's still on today is she I don't think she's been what I'm basically trying to say is Fox News has discovered their target demo and there. Target is. Do you wanna hear some good news about Trump and liked the here leave the mouth of a hot chick with super white teeth? And I don't think Greta fits that. Bill. Oh. All right. Well, then I'll go to another bowl. I guess route another ball. All right. The next ball again on identified. This look at the initials here out of you might want to the initials VM. Your parents are not paying any attention at all. I grew up with a guy named Benjamin Meyerson, and that's all we call them as pal movement. Benji? Yeah. Of course, you do. That's what he needs to be called league. Right. Tesla is the is the ball Tasse. I love that band. Next. There's forgotten about as a band is the inventor they named themselves after tesla. My wife drives a tesla. Linnet you hear now now. That's right. Have it? Drink hit the road drive at tesla. She has a tesla Tesla's one hundred ten thousand dollars and right now going home bail going home in a tesla right now. She went to New York a few weeks back. I hope you're all sitting to see Bruce Springsteen. Why? She didn't through siestas music. She went there to see Bruce on Broadway. She said the only street I haven't seen him on yet. E-street? I've seen them now on Broadway, and she left her tesla and Gabe drove her to the airport and the following morning. I got up, and I was going to take the kids to school and jumped into the tesla, and we took off for school, and I could not find the key fob. And when I got back to my driveway I sought smash in a million pieces because Gabe had stashed it on the front left tire. And a tesla one hundred ten thousand dollar car you may get into and drive away with the key outside of the car. I talked to Chris Maxwell patta. Chris max Pata has a twenty seven thousand dollar Preez..

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"automotive museum" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"automotive museum" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Call the insurance company. It's real patients, betrayal. Yes. The discovery moment. Jimmy looked pop this head from the can. And he just looked like looked like a dog watching. So and beat off. He just went. He started panting. What? And then it then it hit him. I think it hit. There's only one way could have been better. And that's if we were scuba diving. Yeah. There's no way. There's no way all the wafting all the rolling up the windows and all the stuff like that is good. But you can't make someone really ingest your ass. Although you did say you can't do it. But to and that's a great lesson for the young people like young hitter Elliot's. Yeah. Believe in yourself. Don't let anybody tell you anything's impossible start. Farting and small cans peanut jars, you know, with your friends, you know, those fake snakes jump out of the jar fart in those and work your way up and one day who knows you might be here on this platform. That's right, telling your own fart base stores. Vanda Vegas will do right now. We're on a now, we're in a fort trajectory. Yeah, you're probably divert. And I do want to say, congratulations to you on this, remarkable accomplishment. I mean to you know, and it's interesting to me. When you talk about, you know, making this dream co true because I in correct me if I'm wrong, but I don't feel like this was your dream. I feel like when you started doing this. As like this'll be something I can do like, I'll do this. In the meantime, because I'm still getting paid from the radio show. Yes. It was not really something. I think you thought of big commercial. You know goals? Right. No. I mean because it didn't exist. It was sort of like owning a refinery before the internal combustion engine was invented. I had this product. But no one would buy it. Maybe more significantly you've been on the radio for how many years at that time. I've been well if you kinda include when I met yet, Ken and being I was fifteen years. Yes. So every day for fifteen years you've been talking nonstop. And there's no way to just turn that off. Now know that somebody's gonna get that. Whether it be Lynette the kids weren't around at the time to get it. Whether it be all go, whether it'd be the dog, whether it'd be somebody's going to be the recipient, and you wisely decided to do it into a microphone into the computer. Right. A series of strangers right? Why why punish my own family and not get paid right? Not punish an audience and laugh, all the way, the Bank, exactly. So when loofah Rick retired from competitive bodybuilding, he didn't quit going to the gym, right? About to make that analogy feet..

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"automotive museum" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"automotive museum" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Didn't you yoke out Jimmy's areola with a crazy straw? He did know read throw is your wreath, but I do different. That'd be something else. Man. Sorry, Dr been in my in my rectum, and my Eureka. He was he was trying to touch fingertips. That's nothing compared to talking to you about it across a giant room full of people. Yeah. It's more comfortable this way, believing this violate any of this hyp hyp statue, like your gal across crowded, remember when we first met, and of course, we're we had a boxing match, and I had to go get a physical for it. And we wanted to do and I had to go get a physical for the boxing match. Of course, Dr drew, we all work together doctors real doctors. Let's go to Detroit for the physical and Dr Jones. Okay. Change into this robe, and he kinda closes the curtain and Kevin and bean an atom or all there and the curtain is closed. I take all my clothes, and I just stand. There naked waiting for them to. He's the curtain. And they sweep to like girls. It was really. Shimmy used to like to do that expose themselves of spontaneously. Yeah. And by the way about the hip violation. I know there's a hidden violation because when he did show up for evaluation. Kevin was there with a tape recorder? Yeah. Right. What's thing? Yeah. We we are right. Oh boy. This is the greatest day of my life. We were playing poker my house. Yes. And Kevin was with us again in a few other guys were having poker night at the bachelor pad and at some point late in the evening. Jimmy, excused himself to go to the bathroom or the kitchen or something like that? Deal me out of this hand. And we did it was a very warm night. And the window was opened in the den we're playing in romance was in the air and. About six minutes later, Jimmy just dove through the open window completely naked. That is true. Yes. And do you. Remember what happened at the end of that night? When we're doing the dish. That wasn't even the most notable event of the evening was the the infamous coffee can oh night. Listen, let's here tonight. She knows. She knows the birth of the twins are a distant second to what what happened Karol ever. Yes. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Yeah. Well, I just here because I've take the kids home because they have school tomorrow. But I know that Adam gets drunk and forget certain things wonder, and I wanted to make sure these things got covered because I want to think if you people tonight grow her. Oh because yes, thank you. Jimmy knows. Okay. First of foremost, we started the podcast in our house next to sunny in Italian, but there's a couple of guys that have been working with us and Severi beginning..

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"automotive museum" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"automotive museum" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"You wanted to take the show out somewhere very special, and you found a place that looks exactly like your warehouse. Well, we did a car show here as far as bad Sundays to spring forward. My day was such a sad. It's such a pathetic thing that thing where you're devastated that we're moving ahead one hour like the fact that that is so impactful in my life like to I'd like to find somebody from some village. It didn't have clean water go yada, yada, yada. Well, polluted with a goat. I get it. Now. Listen, listen to my pain. I had to give a tour of my warehouse this morning at nine AM to who to some super fans who ought to work at who wanted to come by and do it. So I had the tour in the morning, and then the car show in the afternoon and then the screening of uppity in the early evening. And now this so a bad day to lose an hour. But we all landed on our feet. You know, it's worse than this daylights, by the way, I feel like I was trick. I wasn't paying attention to which one. It was the at my wife was like, yeah. No. It's the good one. And then I realized that about ten o'clock when I go it's the bad one. It's a bad one. And she goes, no, it's good for the kids because it's bad for the for me. Yeah. No. It's like that episode of nightrider were Hasselhoff had to fight his twin the bad one the one with the Kotei. He is the one where you spring forward falling back. I like I'd like to I'm a big fan of falling back. I wish we could just keep falling back until we got back in pampers tiller. Young again. Yeah, we all fall back, and then be held back at the grade school level. Dr Drew's in the back over there wave. Oh, yeah. I remember that too. Just in case anything happens to him, Dr BRUCE'S there. That's right. A definition. I came up for Bruce, Andrew, and I think you're probably appreciate this Jimmy in the his e. Hey. There was a lot of like Dr Ruth and doctor Phil's, Dr Jay's Dr peppers, doctor, doc, Martins and all this kind of. Oh, yeah. Dr seuss. Was a lot of doctors. And so it was always like what's that guy? Real doctors is she a real doctor. She has psychologist. What is here's my definition? It's called airplane. Doctor. You're not a real doctor unless someone can shout on an airplane. Is anyone doctor? Is there a doctor on this flight, and you stand it's really weird that you say that because I got an honorary doctorate at my at the college. I barely went to UNLV, and I was very full of myself, and my brother in law who's acting? So and Yala gist was not happy. I had business cards printed up take Dr James Kimball, I have stationary I of the whole thing, and I was kind of on role and really like a few days after this happen. I go on this fishing trip. And we're flying into Boise Idaho. And there's an old man sitting in the in the seat right in front of me, and he Keells over into the aisle and the. Stewardess says is there a doctor on the plane, and I tell you it took every guy myself control, even then I had to say, not a medical doctor. Well, you and Bill. Cosby, right? If joined leap got his doctorate. Oh, yeah. That's true. Yeah. It was float around. And they said, you know, we got this one. You can have it. Yes. Your doctor sloppy seconds. Dr drew. I think the point is is the guy on the airplane who if there was trouble. He would put his finger in your rectum, right? That's right. Much much as I believe you and I shared that experience. One time many years here it so much as you invaded me. And by the way, I'm doing a two part documentary on HBO about that incident. It's called searching for my prostate. Can I at least be the voice for the animated figure?.

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