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"dodge daytona" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York
"Here's some names from the nets manny leaks and joe dupree. Who out there remembers those guys. Then you really get into nets history right ali. That was quite a group that we had together. And that you talk about a matchup between charlie scott and a guy by the name of pewee kirkland They had quite a battle didn't they. Yeah we actually went sit on the sidelines and let them play one on one for a few minutes. Full court right. Yeah oh boy do that too long. This did you ever play in the cage on west fourth street ali filter. That was up at that point. That's like ground I've never heard the name kate. Okay yeah that's that's a place. On west fourth street were guys go to play and the history of the aba ali. it really starts with spencer. Haywood doesn't well i now. I think probably started back when big very jump leaks right. Good good point right. And also joe car while jumping joel jones. Yeah when they they jumped to the aba debt. Kinda bought the spotlight. And then. of course you know rick. Coming to new york. There was big news everybody. Yeah remember him with the nets for sure now during the merger the great players going over to the nba. The ice man. Gervin dr j. the a train gilmore. Of course people remember moses malone you you didn't you didn't go to the nba alley no san diego. Yeah i went to you. Know doing idea No i think when the league merged i had finished plan i think that was in seventy six. And that was my last year playing the carolina and billy in yeah billy billy cunningham and other great name. Let's talk a little bit. Ali about your dunk on the train. Artis gilmore now. That has to be one of the most incredible dunks that that anybody has ever seen Tell us the story what happened. There with artis gilmore the jump ball ticket and a jump ball and i kind of caught the ball on the run and i just went straight down the middle and then it's standing there and what happened. I just went up through down. I think it hadn't so quick. Nobody really knew what happens. I don't think they knew what. Hit them yeah you got the ball drove in dunk over gilmore. You dumped it hard. It was kinda like his face and that was pretty tremendous. I think. I don't know if it's on youtube folks tr. Try to search for it. I should have done that today. But dunking artis gilmore. Tree is sell folks. Of course ali taylor with us tonight on the program now. Do you feel the brooklyn nets. ali should do a better job of Bringing back maybe some of the old new york mets and keep them you know more as their history to involve them in things. Yeah dues. i mean the knicks. do right. You know they've got their former players of pan the game. You're munro fraser. Right and of course they had the big issues last year with which on a do a matadi arena ugly. Yeah yeah that many of us left right now. The aba was a treasured time in basketball. The people should embrace it for what it is and and really Exalt with these guys in the history of the aba now there was a guy ali in freeport long island when you play for the nets He said used to drive a dodge. Daytonas that right..
"dodge daytona" Discussed on Talking Mopars
"Hey chris this is touted again. I left a couple of other messages. Kinda overviews of all the cars have had in cars. My dad and grandpa had just listening to a couple of other Listener stories and figured i had some stories related. Each one of the cars one. I'm thinking about today is my very first car. When i turned sixteen which was the nineteen eighty four dodge daytona turbo z and the turbo z was called right there on that silver rear bumper. At least until i got rear ended and that got destroyed and mike my car back from the shop. That's the first thing i look for. And no turbo z on the bumper. At that point. I think it was probably eighty nine when that happened Anyway they could not give that servizi bumper anymore to To repair it. replace it but Yeah have the car if you high school and i mean like a couple of guys instead. It wasn't the fastest car but founded pretty mean and You know there are a couple of guys in high school that went. Call me out and wanna raise me. And not knowing really anything i told them. Maybe after school and ratio and you know they would never show up. So i kinda come down to the win I remember a few times a learning the car when it was. That's her kickin. And i remember driving around and kind of taking it easy off the line but when i got right around twenty five miles an hour if i hammered it spend the turbo kick in that thing dropped a year and take off so fast Has called it burns up the first turbo. I learned later that someone will be that you car off or before you shut it off to let it idle for a little bit to let people oil train out of the turbo. I'm i don't even know if that's true or not but that's what told me I don't know a couple of other things my god got. The pain was pretty sunbaked on the rough. A lot of the clear co stealing off. serve member i I was working at a grocery store and saved up just enough money. I think it was three hundred fifty dollars while. Initially i was gonna try to fly back in business and family ohio but it was between that and get my car repaired at the little girl. Shy maybe. It was mako. One of those two anyway. My dad said you know what you paid for the car. Get your airplane ticket. So drop the car off. Before i left.
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"dodge daytona" Discussed on Talking Mopars
"This week's project. . Car of the week is actually a van and I'm starting to think I should just call this segment. Mo- . par project of the week just because. . You know I picked more than just cars for the segment. . So be ready for that change. . I'm trying to be a little bit more diverse with the Mo parts that I choose for this segment because I do like mo parts from all areas and all types of Mo- parts and I think that good moped projects aren't just cars sometimes their trucks, , and since I'm on a van kick this week was a van and Let, , me say that I actually set out to find van for this week's project. . There was just one issue there aren't very many out there. . So let's read the ad and then we'll talk some more about vans and why they can make cool projects. . The van featured on this edition of Mo- Project of the week was posted on the Mo- part hundred facebook page on Sunday September sixth at nine. . AM HERE IS THE AD. . Van Three Thousand Nine, , hundred, , ninety, , five, , dollars, , nineteen seventy five, , dodge tradesman shorty three Eighteen v eight auto runs drives and stops pretty well for a forty five year old van. . If you've been looking for one of these, , this is one to consider not showroom ready. . But great start to a street machine serious inquiries only please three, , thousand, , nine, , hundred, , ninety, , five dollars, , or best offer title status is clean. . So. . This ban is a short wheelbase van, , which for these is one hundred, , nine inches compared to the longer versions that one, , hundred, , twenty, , seven inches the van that I wanna buy from Stacey is a hundred, , twenty, , seven inches for wheelbase. . So it's longer than my dad's was since my dad's was a like this van the one in this ad is to tone it has a light blue base with a thick. . Dark blue striped mid body in a dark blue roof. . It has a windshield visor which is very buggy vanish and it has my favorite bubble windows of all time. . The PENTASTAR portholes they are super rare and I'd love to hunt down a set for my future van project. . But if stacy's van ends up being mind, , then I'll just settle for the round portholes unless I can find. . Those awesome. . Pentastar. . Wants this van. . Also has a grant wood grain steering wheel, , which adds to that nostalgic feeling along with that pop up Sunroof, , and it looks like at one point back was done up like seventies custom but right now it's pretty bare, , which is great. . Because most of the time when you find these vans, , the cargo area usually needs to be redone. These . old buggy vans had all shag carpet and cabinets put in Old Saints and. Things . like that. . So chances are if you find one of these, , it'll probably need new carpet and things like that. . This one actually has a plywood floor and looking around it actually looks like the van was originally read. . The good news is that it will be easy to strip the cargo area and get creative to create your own space. . I. . Like the idea of a modern version of a classic book Van Something. . Creative enough that you can go to shows and show it off. . But you can also go camping, , and if you're the nomad life, , you can hit the road and live that van life but it would also be cool to get this thing capable of hauling a race car that way you have a place to store your tools, , parts, , extra tires, , and have a place to stay at the track instead of. . A ten I really liked that idea for me I like all those possibilities but the possibility of having a mobile podcast studio when I go to events would be really cool and if I bring merch with me, , it would make a great display for the Merch to this thing has a three eighteen. . It's running and driving and hey, , it stops too. . So that's always nice <hes> I like projects that you can. . Drive home and this thing is you know that type of a project, , it even has some pin striping on the hood, , which is cool because it's kind of like a throwback. . It does need some new wheels and tires and some fifteen by ten on fats in the back and some fifteen by eight in the front would give this thing that groovy raked stance that was so popular with these vans back. . In the day I, , think that this van is also in desperate need of a front lip spoiler and the fender flares, , which you can surprisingly still find if you look hard enough online but all in all, , I'd say if you were interested in getting a Boogie van for a project for less than four grant, , I think this one is a great candidate I actually did reach out to the seller just to. . Feel the water and see what the temperature was like and it sounds like he's pretty firm with not much wiggle room. . But he said that thirty five, , hundred to the right person would take it home. . WanNa know what I offered him. . But that's a whole nother story since these vans are hard to find think he's in the ballpark the side doors do have a little damage and there's definitely some work probably needs to be done but overall, it , appears to be pretty solid. . So if you're looking to get back into fanning and relive your youth or even if you're a rookie banner, , this would make a fun project keep on Truckin my friends that was Mo- part project of the week Nomo par left behind. . Since we're on the topic of vans. . This week's high-performance part belongs to a custom Shorty Dodge van and the two thousand, , fifteen movie American ultra and because I suck at explaining movies, , I finally come to the realization that from now on I think I'm just GonNa read the Synopsis Straight from Rotten Tomatoes. . So here is the synopsis for American Ultra. . Tomatoes. . American ultra is a fast paced action comedy about Mike Played by Jesse Eisenberg, , a seemingly hapless and unmotivated donor who's small town life with his live in girlfriend phoebe played by Kristen Stewart is suddenly turned upside down unbeknownst to him. . Mike is actually a highly trained lethal sleeper agent in the blink of an eye as a secret past comes back to haunt him. . Mike is Thrust into the middle of deadly government operation and is forced to summon his. . Interaction hero in order to survive. . Now, , where does this sweet Boogie van come in well about seventeen minutes and thirty seconds into the movie Eisenberg's character Mike Meets up with his drug dealer rose played by John Leguizamo to buy illegal fireworks. . The show he wants to put on for when he proposes to phoebe Rachel Rolls Up to the meeting spot in one thousand, , nine, , hundred, , ninety, , four to nineteen, , seventy, six, , , dodge short van with a wild paint scheme which. . To me looks like a vinyl rap, , but
"dodge daytona" Discussed on Cars That Matter
"Over the last one years. Good Heavens what made you fall in love I gotTa tell you was a huge Steve McQueen Fan and I love the sixty eight Mustang. But I love at sixty eight charger too and just seeing that as a kid watching that on the screen to be honest movies really burns something in your frontal lobes and it brings out the. Bad Guy Driving the charger and you'll see the throughout all the movies by there's Vin diesel or bad guy like I said and bullet. It's just got this persona right? One thing that's amazing. Modern. It's got great coke bottle design actually I always call it the first wide body without it being a wide body. You're absolutely right whenever I, see a church I think of a big slab sided body guard that you can't move him if he doesn't WANNA move exactly it's A. Great Car I think it's a timeless collected use that term where it's something that's always going to be in style and you can't recreate that today and there's other cars obviously that had that same personality but definitely I think the dodge charger from sixty eight to seventy is GONNA be a timeless vehicle I see more sought after today I've noticed in your resume of projects that you do seem to have a predilection for cars built in nineteen seventy and I guess really when. You think back on it. That was the golden age of American muscle. They were recent boss for nine mustangs and a Dodge Daytona five hundred with the four, twenty six those were brutal race cars and it was really America at its height everything he was and things were changing because at the high impact colors and seventy. So they were trying to move these cars off the lot and what separated from everybody else they had go mango or the had top and Anna Yellow. Kanter pink and just as wild powers it's just amazing creativity at the guys head at the time but it set the generation and it's set that mood that we relive today at seventy. SORTA. The bowl side, the nucleus of performance excitement for you tell us something about the first charge you built. I understand it's called Tantrum and man it through one when it came to an engine sensor was a great build and I gotTa tell you we learned a lot in execution except speed core forward in motion we wanted to have something timeless again and at the time the healthcare. Really. Wasn't out. So we were looking for an engine power plant that was gonna be different because the last thing you WanNa do is change the heart of the vehicle. You don't want us a chevy engine I can ls or something and the five seven. emmys that were out at the time they were good. But they just weren't quite there yet. We were working with Mercury Marine who's actually in Wisconsin on some projects and they had this thing called the QC four, which was a nine leader dual overhead Cam Engine v Eight, obviously with two ninety, four millimeter turbos assize rerefrigerator. And it was amazing power plant and I was like man we could fit this into the charger. This would be just something timeless. So we worked with mercury they had a package that we upset we made our own hunters in all the turbo plumbing and them on the development, and in the end, it just turned out to be an amazing car with too much power but had a lot of style. We really liked it, and because of that, we were put on the map we were honored to work with wheels to do hot wheels edition festive Julius had it in the last movie and it's in. This movie coming up, we might see some stuff we've been diesel online. It's just an amazing car. What's the horsepower lurker Ellen Sixteen shifty on race go. That's an astounding number, a world word Gatti's or scratch it a top twelve hundred, which is a astounding figure. The notion that the car in this case would probably weighs what three thousand thirty two hundred pounds is able to generate that kind of power and Torque, can't Yomas a little bit huggies than what I wanted. We did up carbon fiber front end on it and some other treatments. But that actually inspired us for the next car which was evolution. And evolution was the next lineage. In our charger line we wanted to do a complete carbon fiber exterior. For two reasons. One, we wanted to show off capability and great artisans we have, but also we wanted to have lightweight. So we were at thirty one, hundred pounds before interior on that charger, which is pretty amazing for eighteen car. That's right. On the evolution we went with the demon engine, which was a great power plant. As you know in that puts should come out recently at the time exactly when a partners dodge up the slot with the integration of that, we went with the manual transmission, the traffic sixty, sixty that they used which. Is Six speed, and then made a frame and some the amazing development in the frame we ran over oil lines through the frame rails in hard tube they were on isolators with rubber grandma's so they could move inside if needed, it was a dry sump system with the fuel and there is no wiring plumbing or anything that was X. Turn on the car everything ran through the frame rails talk about clean bill. I look at pictures of the engine compartment and it's time to just take my hat off and commend you for what has to be the cleanest engine Bay I've ever seen in my life it actually looks like it shouldn't run. And it runs. Well, there's one thing to build a car that you're just gonNA show but there's another thing to have that driving in the excitement and having people use it put miles on that guys like you drive it and actually get your feedback or other people driving and say, Hey, what do you think about this? The best thing about this craft is yet you can enjoy it you can prove it, but you can always improve everything on the next model because there's one thing that artists do and you've probably seen this there's always room for improvement and this is what I think everybody is striving to be trying to create the perfect thing you're never. Going to do it, but it's a path. That's great that we can go to and enjoy the journal I. Guess That's where it's name comes from evolution because it really is concentration of refinements you talked about how you're using a different interests dodge demon engine, but it's putting out more power than even the hugely powerful stock demon, which what is that like eight hundred plus horsepower forty onerous gases with the demons, which is a great mortar so I think we were not nine sixty and sixty six somewhere in there is that kind of the sweet spot for that.
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"dodge daytona" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"And I sat in the car and I'm like this. No Room when this grind that turned me off as all BMW's e four and that sitek Joy Sitek joystick control they half shifter is one of the most loads things I can think of and then I. Don't understand this. This manufacturer trend to turn the display navigation display into something that looks like an ipad. That's been velcro to the top of that I think that is I. Swear I think that's A. I think it's to lower the the Dash, because if you have to like build like a hood around it, it raises the height of the whole dash and I have a much lower dash. If you concede the sort of glued onscreen thing, I think that's part of it I think the other part of it is if the screen fucks up, it makes it way easier to replace. Yeah, and that's what I got from. When I saw it I said they know their system is such. A piece of shit retired of taken dashes apart to get him out, so we're just GONNA. Make it so it's you pull it up with a dental pick and you slide it out month. Plug. It yeah, I can't argue. I can't argue with you there. There's a there's the you know the more I. It was weird I when I I drove the car and I it just on the press launch. You know it's just peers a super surrounded by other super. Okay, and and you go. You know this is not a bad car. It's a nice little car. You know what I mean. If you don't think about it, culturally in context of what quote a Toyota. Sure it's a fine little car. Okay, but the more I thought about the cultural context of it. The more I started thinking about what a Toyota performance car really should be and you know. I was like guy got more and more. As time went on You know without anything else. Really changing having said that I get the new updated one with more power next week, and the four cylinder possibly with the manual after that. So we'll say. How much lighter is the four cylinder? One I have no idea I don't know. But all your points were echoed Craig by Jason. KAMEDA and everybody else that it's it needs. It needs more identity. You know if it had the wrap around dash like the original mark four did at least as a nod to the heritage and the legacy of the mark for I can get behind it, you know even if it were as BMW dials, and all that kind of stuff are updated versions whatever. And that's Sitek. was I mean I was glass dildo shifter? For years I was doing consultation work for jd power, doing ride and drives and dealership trainings and consumer ratings with a bunch of different vehicles did I. Don't know four hundred some dealership audits in the course of. Almost five years. Going out to dealers. Specifically. BMW Dodge for no that will tell you this I will learn one big lesson. I will never own a BMW outside of the warranty yeah. Yeah my my dad had a had a seven fifty that got crashed into, and they tried to fix it and nothing worked after that I mean the it goes together once key one. Culturally though like so. When the when the mark four was new right middle nineties, I was like I was in middle school and high school. Sorry crack and you were buying this thing new on the showroom floor. What when that? When that car cargo phased out back in the day. The story I was told that it was just priced out. It was too expensive. Nobody was really buying it. I mean were was there. What was the culture around that car at the time? Okay, so I didn't by actually by my new I bought mine in Nineteen Ninety, eight and the reason I bought it because I had a three forty-seven Fox body Mustang with the big blower on yes. Yes. A Super Gaffe me and I said. That's at this fucking. Thanks gone. Bought the super three days later it was in the paint shop and then get still in Greg. Parts Yada Yada Yada, but what was going on at the time was the Toyota Supra Aero tops six speed turbo was fifty two thousand dollars in change sticker, price and corvette for that year was about the same horsepower, three hundred and something ASPERA Zach, and look it up, and it was selling for several thousand dollars less. The Grand Sport right and it was like forty, two or forty three grand. It was noticeably cheaper and so old white people like me would typically say I buy one of them. They're Japanese rash rockets. I can give you some good old fashioned American over the attitude was, but you're talking dollars for performance. It would be make an argument for this soup. Run against vet. Numbers at that point. But I wanted the car because the reasons I told you. At the last year. You ask last year. Production I was nineteen, nine, hundred, Eighty, eight. USA Sold Twelve hundred twenty something units in the US. So, it just wasn't moving. How many GT so less here? Probably less. Yeah Oh yeah, less for sure I think it. was last year the before they sell something like six hundred. Not a lot twelve hundred I. Mean for twelve hundred units for a company like Toyota, even in the nineties is blow. Yes, very low. Yeah, it's a halo chronic. You Park super in the front of the dealership. People come into the dealership. It's what remember the IT Dodge Viper came out of ninety, three, ninety, three, every fucking dodge passenger car had the viper grill. Everything the Frank Francs, red hot of grills. They put that shit on. ironside. Type thing right. It's even dodge stratos, which were heinous, ours and neons viper grill. Good one remember the Dodge Avenger. Car It was cool. No I swear. Was Co looked great. I think this is probably ninety five. Yes, look at that. Sorry, sorry. Craig on the facetime can't see it, but it's basically somewhere between a NASCAR and touring car, and it looks fucking rat, but we went over this when we were looking at a Lebaron. Any race car looks awesome, because it's just slamming and has great all wheel profile in like the only thing about this. That looks like an adventure is the Front Clinton. The painted on Grill. It's a fraud clip. Of the car is cool, yeah, front wheel drive automatically disqualifies as being anything. Syria Iraq one was not the Iraq one was basically an avenger body on NASCAR, but yeah, I know when I was a kid though and I didn't really know any better I. thought that too door Avenger. Streetcar was cool before I knew better 'cause. You're like that stealth. No. It's still cool. Yeah came out now. Look up nineteen, eighty two dodge charger shelby dish. Oh, I, know those that is a sad vehicle. My teacher had one and she used to be detailed at, and it was from drive, and it says show beyond its was automatically cool in the gearshift was like a trucker gearshift you had to. Like that to change here's and I thought that was the coolest thing ever, and then they came out with a whole line of similar cars the Plymouth Laser the Dodge Daytona. Z. and take a look at those things I will admit that I really liked. The end of the run. Dodge daytonas whether the very end when it got to like the white on white with the white turbofan wheels, super cocaine Daytonas I kinda ducked those there was one in redwood last year, and it was bitch, and it was read shelby. Daytona and the dude did a six four Hemi swap wheel drive in it. It was kick ass, totally totally do. coolest must was drooling on that fucker there in two thousand furious. They wanted to make an sat for the main car for Paul Walk. Yeah so. That's where yeah you have, but but give the people what they want Craig. History with Dodge's. Was You know? My parents had a seventy nine chrysler beer in town and country station wagon. With simulated wood siding on it took a fifty thousand dollar car. 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"dodge daytona" Discussed on Car Talk
"You call eight eight eight car talk. That's eight eight eight. Two two seven eighty two fifty five lawyer on car talk. This is Nancy from Ashville North Carolina. I need you to see. How will you just fine? Thank you good yes. So what can we do for you Nancy? Well I have a sixteen year old son but he's not the problem. He's a great kid and I always tell them when he got to be sixteen if he continued to keep his grades up and he was responsible and all that sort of stuff. I'd get him his own car because I don't want him sharing mine. I need it. Well the problem is he has been a great kid and you know he really deserves. A car gets to be the by car. Seemed a long way away a couple of years but He has had its heart set for the last couple of years on an old muscle car. That's what he wants. Like Camaro or a firebird or maybe a GT or Chevelle and my problem. It's my question is when I be totally irresponsible parents to get him something like that. Any any parents who is nuts enough to let his kid drive a Camaro or firebird. Oughta be incarcerated agree. Absolutely what is Louie Dr Fiber? He's not sixty. I wouldn't let me sixteen year old driving muscle car is. That's what I thought. Yeah he needs a nice first generation rambler helping Volvo but he won't go for that. No for much may be asking a lot. Yeah I mean. If we could solve this problem we'd become famous coming. We've had this problem. This question asked of US many many times. An hour answer has always been a big ugly car mostly for the protection of the teenage kid on the other hand. It might not be that. The teenage kid needs the protection as badly as everyone around him. So it's really gives them serious thought to it. Yeah it's a really a big ugly car. That would protect them. That would have some degree of coolness factor. Well I happen to have a sixteen year old son to he actually. I mean first of all the only car that we have that actually runs in. The family is my wife's MPV MAZDA MPV which is what do you call those things sport. Utility Minivan Collector Calls Minivans Bora and he wouldn't be caught dead driving around in a minivan right so his only fallback situ position is my nine thousand nine hundred. Sixty three dodge. Yeah which he pooh-poohed a few years ago but now that he's actually sixteen and learning to drive. The DART is looking more and more interesting my son but it's funky. Yeah because it's Funky. I think what kids want. Is they gotta be cool more than anything? What's Nice about the DART and I? I'm going to allow him to drive the Diet. Because first of all it's heavy secondly it won't go very fast or far far. It uses a lot of gas. And you can't drive it in. The rain can't drive it and bad weather so you might. WanNa go for Lord old might be good See I'm opposed to cars like Camaros and firebirds not just especially for sixteen year olds but in general I mean those are cars which demand that you drive them fast. Yeah you have to avoid speed at all. I think as we've mentioned many times in the show before over the last sixteen years you had an opportunity to instil wisdom into this boy lia reliable. You haven't done it now. You're not a bolt the door. By determining what kind of car he drives by any damn car. He wants if he wants a firebird. Give him a fiber and all you can do is trust at. You've done a good enough job that he won't kill himself behind the wheel and it's too late now you and your theory to do anything about it late. If you've taught him to be judicious I have less. Ride the firebird judiciously. Unless it's going to be a Wacko then it's too late to either. Kill Them Self Driving Rambler. I can say that I was sixteen years old. I agreed completely with that theory. Now that my son sixty theory is complete. Hogwash I mean I spent sixteen years of my life bringing him to this point exactly and I don't WanNa lose them. Oh if he goes out and kills himself you'll kill him. Yeah I think you'RE GONNA get the car that's going to make be safe for him and it's up to him to make it. Yeah how about a dodge Colt Vista you go. I mean according to my brother the Dodge Colt Vista is the every man mobile to perfect. The Perfect Guy. You can do everything you can camp with this whole minore. Take seven people driving all the same day. `Boy Nancy. This is tough. Yeah we'RE GONNA get we're going to give you some some wisdom here okay. Count on my brother. She has some wisdom. I would get him something with an air bag if he's going to drive one hundred and fifty miles an hour. Yeah make sure you whizzes damn seat belt so he does it. Make sure he is inbred into him. Make sure he has a car with an air bag that works and make sure that he doesn't kill anybody else either. I and I think you've done a good job nancy. I can tell you've invested sixteen years into this young man and tell them that you will personally come down there and give them a dope slap. If he doesn't drive sense I'll tell him that. See later thanks bye? Bye Bye one. Eight eight eight car talk or one. Eight eight eight two seven eight two five five zero. You're on car talk. My name is Kirk. And I'm calling from Captain Kirk well to some. You're from where Davey Florida Davey. Where's that Fort Lauderdale? Yeah it's like the little island of Cowboys Island Paradise. Yeah do you work for a living? What do you dislike? Hang out? Well I try to at least create the illusion of of having visible means of support Papaya. Plantations often wondered if I I don't understand how people can work when the weather is always nice. It's hard I mean if I lived in Honolulu how could you? How could you say we're going to go to a couple of brain surgeries this morning? I mean could you take anything seriously? It's difficult it's difficult and like today on really worried Suntan police are gonNA come inside and give me a ticket broker. Well actually this is an act of desperation Have an eighty eight dodge Daytona. Which I've had taken in for a couple of alignments Frequently seems like I can't seem to hold online at more than about three days. It's I wonder if these guys even test.
"dodge daytona" Discussed on Car Talk
"And I think you've done a good job nancy. I can tell you've invested sixteen years into this young man and tell them that you will personally come down there and give them a dope slap. If he doesn't drive sense I'll tell him that. See later thanks bye? Bye Bye one. Eight eight eight car talk or one. Eight eight eight two seven eight two five five zero. You're on car talk. My name is Kirk. And I'm calling from Captain Kirk well to some. You're from where Davey Florida Davey. Where's that Fort Lauderdale? Yeah it's like the little island of Cowboys Island Paradise. Yeah do you work for a living? What do you dislike? Hang out? Well I try to at least create the illusion of of having visible means of support Papaya. Plantations often wondered if I I don't understand how people can work when the weather is always nice. It's hard I mean if I lived in Honolulu how could you? How could you say we're going to go to a couple of brain surgeries this morning? I mean could you take anything seriously? It's difficult it's difficult and like today on really worried Suntan police are gonNA come inside and give me a ticket broker. Well actually this is an act of desperation Have an eighty eight dodge Daytona. Which I've had taken in for a couple of alignments Frequently seems like I can't seem to hold online at more than about three days. It's I wonder if these guys even test drive the cars. He says Well you got slashed Boots on your Yeah some kind of joint on. Tv joins talk right. Right right I says. Can I get back to you on this again? The nineteen dollars for the alignment. We drove off in into the sunset and I Crawled underneath there. And I'll tell you I'm still looking for these reps but name. You suggesting that this man was not totally honest with you that he might have somehow attempted to relieve you of some of your money because the automotive industry you know anyone who's coveting my money's in big trouble he said anybody's money's okay by me okay. So red herring this thing align about three days later. It's heading for the canal. I like the wheel on it. Goes straight off the off to the to the right hand side of the road? It's going straight for the ditch and what I'm worried about is I'M GONNA take it to another guy and he's going to tell me that I need I'm going to need not only in alignment but at eleven thousand dollar Uber Housing. That's GONNA warehousing car has guy done all two or three of these alignments different guys. Any each one has the same result. First question is are they correctly? Aligning the vehicle and the reason. I asked if you went to the same place three times to find out if in fact these guys were Bozos but you may have gone to three different Bozo of I two. I took the same guy I to to the same guy and the third one another guy. Different Pozzo yeah okay. Who charged nine hundred dollars right? Well maybe if I pay for the alignment. It'll work fairly helps works with me. Nineteen dollars is pretty. Cheap for an alignment to begin with. Okay so you may not be getting a top notch alignment I would. I would just like a lost leader sources. It might be. I don't know maybe like an oil change. That's an unfair question heading in the other thing to remember is. It's not just alignment necessarily that can cause the car to pull. Okay Yeah Now. This is really the heart of my question. What else could could do things that could be. The car itself like for example if the tire pressures are not absolutely equal on all four wheels or if the tires are no good first dollar and fourteen. Now listen you. May You may be leaving these alignments with what we call. Ok. P Post alignment euphoria. We see a frequently where people have the alignment done. And you want to believe that the alignment is good on you immediately. Let go of. Don't you don't use this is all. I need to go back with my life. Yeah Right Right. And then three days later you discover really isn't any better than it was when I went in. So that's my guess. That's what's really happening. You need to go to yet another Bozo those three real money. Leave a trail of twenty dollars bills as you walk into the place. Just tell them you willing to pay good cash money out to just a dodge dealer. I was in just a maybe something wrong. You may have had an accident with this or someone may have had an accident before you took possession of it. They may be something that's bent rendering the car on a line of you may have been stretching bed tires so go to the dodge deal and keep in mind. It's possible that there is nothing wrong with the car because if you're driving along on a road the crown of the road the slant of the road is enough to make the car pool to the right. So are you sure that you're absolutely on the flat of the road when when it's pulling all up on top of the crown if you're exactly what crown try that test? Friday night get it. Right out there in the center of the road and straddle at and just barreled down the road and see if in fact when you let go of the wheel if it really does still pull because it may be on your mind because you may have instead of a e you may have a post alignment anxiety or Amnesia. Or and you're just so involved with the damn awake that to my therapist now it's only nineteen dollars. Don't worry by buying a lot has happened again. You've squandered another perfectly good our listening to car talk our steam producers Doug. The subway fugitive not a slave to fashion Bongo. Boy Frogman Berman. 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"dodge daytona" Discussed on Business Unusual with Barbara Corcoran
"Village has one of the largest retail distribution networks in the entire country. They sell over seventy seven thousand mass retail outlets. That's all places to be selling this product today. I have with me. The founder and CEO and equal Bonnie does expert marketing skills have gotten his products to the top of their respective categories. Like the finishing touch wounds hair removal tool or the popular. Hd Vision eyeglasses. He's one of my closest friends and to me. That's the most important reason I have him here today. Because he's the smartest damn guy ever spoken to. He's also my ski buddy. He's not as good as I am. But he's right behind me and I'm pleased to see that he's improve it. Let's hear how Andy superstar traits helped him build the great business he runs today and I want to start with any. If you don't mind what I think. Single most amazing trait. You are the best sales when I've ever met in my life come from the salesperson. That's what I'm told. I don't know if a great singer realizes they're great singer. Great salesman about building relationships. What makes a great salesman is always having good intentions for the other person? My Dad always taught me when you go and meet with a buyer or retailer. Always go prepared to what you can do for them. And every product ever brought to market we had data showing. That was a huge success before I ever brought it to retail. Because you're feeling was you're not going to introduce unless you're sure they can make a lot of money was it. Yeah because every retail buyer has goals and objectives that they have to meet so they have to drive a certain amount of sales with a certain amount of margin and I always brought that to him always gave them a product that was already a proven success on TV. That I knew based metrics would be you'd success at retail and I gave him the margin. They needed so they made their numbers. And I made my numbers so that game of everybody winning. But you're putting the customer first. It sounds trivial. I mean everybody says. Put the customer first or do you believe most sales people do that. I know I think most sales people go to try and sell whatever they're selling with. What's in it for them? But you have to look at it. What's in it for the consumer and you can go back to the greatest business successes of all time. Look at Sam Walton. Always about serving the customer everyday. Low PRICES ARE FRIENDLY SHOPPING. Experience and clean store environment is it common sends one one. If you look at Cosco. Jim Senegal. Same thing look at Apple. The greatest successes of the companies that serve the people the best people. Do you think it extends also to your employees. If you building a business you have to serve the employees or their job is to serve the customer to their jobs to serve the customer. Your job is to take care of your employees. I try and do that by you. Know when we hire we have what I call a no bad guy policy. What's that me? Basically we hire nice people that know how to be nice to other people and if we get a bad apple we weed them out and actually. I don't even read them out the culture we'd come out. What do you mean you hold? Team gets together and say it's over here today for you honey get. Outta here somehow. The culture extracts the bad APPs. I don't know how it works but the just works that way. Somebody's not a team player. They're not kind and courteous. Strong Group of people we have. It's like a family and if there's just a bad apple they get extracted in six months. They'll be out. Yeah and you fire them. They end up leaving on their own. They know they don't fit in. They don't fit in. They don't have the same work ethic they don't have the same value system ultimately. Don't feel comfortable there and then leaving gives you a short story of how you got started. I've heard it but I'd like to share it with everybody there early days after I graduated. Nyu I was actually looking to start a business and away out of school right away at school. Line get a job. Why not get some experience belt and learn something before you start off on your own? Well I worked through college. I worked for our family car dealership at my dad owned the dodge dealership where I was initially a salesman and I used to work over the summers and then I was a sales manager for my last two summers there when I was there very very successful in that limited time period even then you didn't say hey. I'm in College. Selling Summers and on a successful salesperson. You didn't realize I could sell anything the first time I took the job as selling cars on seventeen. My Dad's spoke to the other salesmen at the dealership and he said my son would like to sell cars. I had approached him on and the other salesman said but Mr Coupon if you let your son cars we may have a really valid customer that because he handles it will lose that customer so my father came back to me and they said well. What if it doesn't work out? What do I do if you don't succeed at it? I said if I don't succeed farming and said but what if I'm your number one salesman my first month. I said what we do for me. He said I'll give you any car you want so so my first month. I sold twenty two cars. Wow which made me the number one salesman in the company with Ed eight salesman. The dealer sold about eighty cars a month. I sold twenty five percent of course my first month and I got the Car My Choice. At that time the best car dodge made was the dodge. Daytona anyway so I got my dodge Daytona. It's seventeen. That was really cool. Mmediately at a Mercedes dealership. I wish we never seen these dealers. No so then you work through college at that car dealership and then you started your own business. Soem you graduated from college well. I was looking to exploring different businesses to start and I ended up using a desk at my brother's office. Who had a company called? Us buyers network and you as far as network sold products directly to consumers through print mail order and TV so my brother is walking past my desk on day. Two and he said you know while you're trying to figure out where you're doing. Why don't you see if you can sell these products that I'm selling direct to consumer? See if you can sell them to retail stores. He had other sales reps working on it but they were not successful. Billy back to that time period did retail stores sell product that was sold on TV or this is not a separate categories two separate categories anytime. You saw something on. Tv they would always end the commercial with not available in retail stores anywhere so it was a complete turn of that. I think it's my second phone call I made in the other. Sales Reps had taken all the better accounts but on my second phone call. I called hardware chain in Ohio called home centers and they sold them twenty thousand dollars of merchandise protocol. The whisper two thousand which was like nineteen ninety nine hearing aid. The commission rate for sales reps was five percent. I made a thousand dollars my second phone call so this is a great business. I don't need to do anything else. I'm going to focus on this. This is your older brother. I have a few brothers. How many do you is My brother Aj. He's seven years older than me. Was He thrilled and promoted you in that job right away so that was my second phone call my first year. Just fast forward I ended about five million dollars in revenue from nothing and it wasn't even a full year promoted to vice president sales from there. I went out and build a sales network of Ninety Sales Reps. Your brother Yeah. I have a feeling that marriage is going to come to an end soon in the story. Right yeah that was a great part of my career as with his company for nine years on the wholesale side Bill. One hundred fifty million dollars wholesale business. We had created a category at retail called as seen on TV. And was that the first time that expression was ever used now it seems commonplace as seen on TV. I see on TV. That's your brand. But at the time where people using that as a sales point because you had said earlier that was counterintuitive. We didn't invent it but we really created the department at retail for these aisles. Where that product could be. Sean Yeah because back then there is no Internet. There was no online.
"dodge daytona" Discussed on Talking Mopars
"He's never heard me talk about this and my wife hasn't heard the whole story either and my best friends have never even heard this story. So here is how my obsession in with cars specifically Mo- pars came to be enjoy. The first few years of my life were spent in Mo- parts but not the ones you would typically expect. I didn't actually grow up around mope our muscle cars by the time I was born in one thousand nine hundred five. My Dad's sixty nine dodge dart was long gone on. So instead of a body mo par grew up around to Mow Pars. That would shape how I feel about transportation the rest of my life. My Dad traded in his his dodge dart for a brand new black. Nineteen seventy five tradesman cargo van and he became a banner he went from cruising in his dart in going on the street races and is cruising around having a good time to trading that in getting a van a cargo van to join the van mccrae's so he customized that van from the ground up. Porthole Windows Louvers big spoiler on the back that It had a yeah. It was a really cool looking spoiler. Fender flares sunroof crushed velvet interior with shag carpet tinted windows big side pipes and appliance steel. Spoke wheels come to think of it. I said on the episode where I talked about my Dr. They might dad's car his Dr had reverse crackers on it but now that I think about it I believe they were actually appliance steel spokes. That's that I just wanted to clear that up. In case somebody went looked at the pictures you know did some fake news reporting on me so he actually had appliance steel spokes on his. I do have have crackers for mine. That van was sold to my uncle. Ray Rest in peace on a few years after I was born and I spent a lot of time cruising around to Van Fares with my dad got in that van. I will never forget those. I still dig the book events to this day and maybe if my wife can get past the whole creeper van stigma. I'll get one someday. So let's talk about some of the other mope cars of my youth in Nineteen eighty-five when I was born. My Dad's set out to get a sports car. He had already built his van and I think he just wanted to have some fun again behind the wheel because vans aren't that Nimble and I think he just wanted ended a fun little sports car because at the time he was taking me so we live in western Washington At the time we were living in Seattle and my mom lived in eastern Washington so every weekend my dad was driving across the mountains and he needed something that was reliable and good on gas or better on gas than any van. That was going over there or anything like that so he ended up getting a black nineteen eighty five dodge dodge Daytona Turbo Z. It had louvers just like the van and funny enough louvers or making a comeback. I've seen a lot of these cars running running around with louvers on him including Mo- pars so I think that's pretty funny and I guess it just goes to show that history does in fact repeat itself. The Turbo Z was black with the red pinstripe. Sun Roof it had the louvers like already said a manual transmission and my favorite part of the car Chrysler's electronic voice alert system. If you don't know what. The electronic voice alert was in Chrysler cars in the nineteen eighties. Look it up on Youtube. The car had a robotic doc. Eighties voice I mean. Think nightrider okay. I and I'm not kidding. So it has this eighties robotic voice. That would alert you to things like low oil pressure low fuel Low Windshield washer fluid and it would tell you to fasten your seatbelts and it would even thank you for doing so. You have to understand that so it would say like warning. Your oil pressure is low warning it you know so. It was hilarious like thinking back so eighties like so eighties. But at the time you have to understand that that as a kid this was nothing short of magic. This was a talking car. My Dad owned nightrider. Only this was cooler because it was dodge Daytona Turbo Z. I remember bragging to the kids at school that my dad had a talking car and they all laughed and said I was full of crap. How Dare I? I knew what I knew and I knew it was true. The fact that they didn't believe me made the car even more special to me. My Dad must have had the coolest car on earth that nobody else had. My Dad clocked over a hundred thousand miles in that car. Basically in three years from all the weekend trips to visit my mom a couple of hundred miles away how he logged. That many miles is a long story but I spent a large portion of my youth on the weekends driving in that car in the back seat. Speeding we're getting pulled over in. That car wasn't wearing a seatbelt. I I was standing up in the backseat and we got pulled over and you know. Hey Hey dad make sure. I'm sitting down with my seatbelt on at least you know but You know it was a different time. Then road tripping is definitely in my blood I love it and I think a lot of that stems from all the time spent in the backseat of that Daytona. So it definitely holds a soft spot in my heart because I I spent so much time in it. Yeah here's a funny memory a few years after the Daytona was traded in on something something more practical for our weekend road trip so a conversion van that my dad bought I was in second grade and there was a show and tell for the class. Now Mind you. We hadn't had the car for a while at this point and I insisted on bringing a picture of the Dodge Watch Daytona Turbo Z to school in the second grade for show until I just wanted to show off how cool the car was and I had my whole will spiel down. I was GONNA explain why my dad's old car the turbo that we no longer had was cooler than any of the cars. Those dorks could possibly even imagine in. This car was out of the future. It talked for. God's Sakes I had a great case to make and I did just that to about twenty blank stares. No one gave a rip about my story or my dad's car or anything like that. In fact I remember everyone including my teacher. Miss Davis looking at me confused. Everyone else had brought in toys pets little trinkets and knickknacks. And I rot in picture of Mike. Tad's old car. It was that point that I realize it. They were all dumb and I was a car guy. I didn't even know that term existed. Then all I know is that my enthusiasm Suzianne for anything that could be driven started as a young boy and followed me into manhood. I was absolutely obsessed with semi trucks and cars. It's no wonder nearly three decades later. I would not only still be a car guy but that is also be driving a truck for a living. I'm a commercial vehicle driver. I guess it was destiny. There are two other MO- pars that were in my life that had an impact on my youth and the first was in nineteen eighty. Five Chrysler. Lebaron that my grandma who I knew as Nanna drove all the way up to the point that she could no longer drive. We even traveled halfway across the country in that car. I spent a lot of time in that Chrysler as a kid. Next to the Kenilworth I would drive later in life. That Lebaron Barron took me to more places in this country than any other vehicle in my life I was never too fond of it though but I associated. My grandma with that car are so in a way it was very special to me and my dad's still has it. As I grew up in gained more knowledge I realized what at a p O s that Lebron was because it had a two point six Mitsubishi engine in it what a disappointment that was what garbage garbage it was. Here's a funny story. That whole nervous telling it just because I feel like my grandma's listening to this right now and she would turn in over three times in her grave she heard it The only other person that knows this story I think is my friend. That was in the car with me me when this happened but I don't remember which friend it was so I was a borough kid with a minimum wage job at a local independent tire store and my car had broke down so I needed to borrow a car so I told me that I would fill up her car with gas if she let me borrow it and while out and about with this friend of mine I pull up to a stop light in front of my old high school and if I remember the story correctly a- punk in a station wagon pulled up next to us and I looked over and joking with my friend I was like you know whatever ever I said I think it was like. Oh I'm going to run this guy you know just joking around. And when light turned green me and the guy in the other car both left the line in working only described as the complete opposite of what would be considered a hard launch and drag racing. I gave that P. O. S. two point six. Excuse my right foot could give it and that P. O. S. gave nothing back after the slowest drag race in history. I pulled into the gas station and put a few bucks of the cheapest eighty seven octane regular unleaded that I could and then I returned turned it unscathed back to China. They like now that I think about it. Here's a memory. The Lebaron is the first car that I ever actually pumped gas in. When I was a young kid Nanna had actually been the one to teach me how to pump gas and she did it when I was like? Gosh I don't remember how old I was but I was young so good the Job Dad. You let grandma teach your son how to pump gas. Did I say that I returned her car unscathed. That's not entirely entirely accurate. Oddly enough after I borrowed the car it never ran right again and Nanna attributed to me not putting king middle grade fuel in it so she had this theory that she could only put eighty nine octane in this hold Lebaron because that's the only only gas it could run good on and let's be honest. The car never ran good at all but she blamed me for ruining her car. Because I put the bottom of the barrel eighty seven regular unleaded gas in it..
How I Became Obsessed With Mopars
"Is how my obsession in with cars specifically Mo- pars came to be enjoy. The first few years of my life were spent in Mo- parts but not the ones you would typically expect. I didn't actually grow up around mope our muscle cars by the time I was born in one thousand nine hundred five. My Dad's sixty nine dodge dart was long gone on. So instead of a body mo par grew up around to Mow Pars. That would shape how I feel about transportation the rest of my life. My Dad traded in his his dodge dart for a brand new black. Nineteen seventy five tradesman cargo van and he became a banner he went from cruising in his dart in going on the street races and is cruising around having a good time to trading that in getting a van a cargo van to join the van mccrae's so he customized that van from the ground up. Porthole Windows Louvers big spoiler on the back that It had a yeah. It was a really cool looking spoiler. Fender flares sunroof crushed velvet interior with shag carpet tinted windows big side pipes and appliance steel. Spoke wheels come to think of it. I said on the episode where I talked about my Dr. They might dad's car his Dr had reverse crackers on it but now that I think about it I believe they were actually appliance steel spokes. That's that I just wanted to clear that up. In case somebody went looked at the pictures you know did some fake news reporting on me so he actually had appliance steel spokes on his. I do have have crackers for mine. That van was sold to my uncle. Ray Rest in peace on a few years after I was born and I spent a lot of time cruising around to Van Fares with my dad got in that van. I will never forget those. I still dig the book events to this day and maybe if my wife can get past the whole creeper van stigma. I'll get one someday. So let's talk about some of the other mope cars of my youth in Nineteen eighty-five when I was born. My Dad's set out to get a sports car. He had already built his van and I think he just wanted to have some fun again behind the wheel because vans aren't that Nimble and I think he just wanted ended a fun little sports car because at the time he was taking me so we live in western Washington At the time we were living in Seattle and my mom lived in eastern Washington so every weekend my dad was driving across the mountains and he needed something that was reliable and good on gas or better on gas than any van. That was going over there or anything like that so he ended up getting a black nineteen eighty five dodge dodge Daytona Turbo Z. It had louvers just like the van and funny enough louvers or making a comeback. I've seen a lot of these cars running running around with louvers on him including Mo- pars so I think that's pretty funny and I guess it just goes to show that history does in fact repeat itself. The Turbo Z was black with the red pinstripe. Sun Roof it had the louvers like already said a manual transmission and my favorite part of the car Chrysler's electronic voice alert system. If you don't know what. The electronic voice alert was in Chrysler cars in the nineteen eighties. Look it up on Youtube. The car had a robotic doc. Eighties voice I mean. Think nightrider okay. I and I'm not kidding. So it has this eighties robotic voice. That would alert you to things like low oil pressure low fuel Low Windshield washer fluid and it would tell you to fasten your seatbelts and it would even thank you for doing so. You have to understand that so it would say like warning. Your oil pressure is low warning it you know so. It was hilarious like thinking back so eighties like so eighties. But at the time you have to understand that that as a kid this was nothing short of magic. This was a talking car. My Dad owned nightrider. Only this was cooler because it was dodge Daytona Turbo Z. I remember bragging to the kids at school that my dad had a talking car and they all laughed and said I was full of crap. How Dare I? I knew what I knew and I knew it was true. The fact that they didn't believe me made the car even more special to me. My Dad must have had the coolest car on earth that nobody else had. My Dad clocked over a hundred thousand miles in that car. Basically in three years from all the weekend trips to visit my mom a couple of hundred miles away how he logged. That many miles is a long story but I spent a large portion of my youth on the weekends driving in that car in the back seat. Speeding we're getting pulled over in. That car wasn't wearing a seatbelt. I I was standing up in the backseat and we got pulled over and you know. Hey Hey dad make sure. I'm sitting down with my seatbelt on at least you know but You know it was a different time. Then road tripping is definitely in my blood I love it and I think a lot of that stems from all the time spent in the backseat of that Daytona. So it definitely holds a soft spot in my heart because I I spent so much time in it. Yeah here's a funny memory a few years after the Daytona was traded in on something something more practical for our weekend road trip so a conversion van that my dad bought I was in second grade and there was a show and tell for the class. Now Mind you. We hadn't had the car for a while at this point and I insisted on bringing a picture of the Dodge Watch Daytona Turbo Z to school in the second grade for show until I just wanted to show off how cool the car was and I had my whole will spiel down. I was GONNA explain why my dad's old car the turbo that we no longer had was cooler than any of the cars. Those dorks could possibly even imagine in. This car was out of the future. It talked for. God's Sakes I had a great case to make and I did just that to about twenty blank stares. No one gave a rip about my story or my dad's car or anything like that. In fact I remember everyone including my teacher. Miss Davis looking at me confused. Everyone else had brought in toys pets little trinkets and knickknacks. And I rot in picture of Mike. Tad's old car. It was that point that I realize it. They were all dumb and I was a car guy. I didn't even know that term existed. Then all I know is that my enthusiasm Suzianne for anything that could be driven started as a young boy and followed me into manhood. I was absolutely obsessed with semi trucks and cars. It's no wonder nearly three decades later. I would not only still be a car guy but that is also be driving a truck for a living. I'm a commercial vehicle driver. I guess it was destiny. There are two other MO- pars that were in my life that had an impact on my youth and the first was in nineteen eighty. Five Chrysler. Lebaron that my grandma who I knew as Nanna drove all the way up to the point that she could no longer drive. We even traveled halfway across the country in that car. I spent a lot of time in that Chrysler as a kid. Next to the Kenilworth I would drive later in life. That Lebaron Barron took me to more places in this country than any other vehicle in my life I was never too fond of it though but I associated. My grandma with that car are so in a way it was very special to me and my dad's still has it. As I grew up in gained more knowledge I realized what at a p O s that Lebron was because it had a two point six Mitsubishi engine in it what a disappointment that was what garbage garbage it was.
"dodge daytona" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
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"dodge daytona" Discussed on True Crime Garage
"Welcome back cheers maids welcome back to the colonel and dick knows show i can't let's go through the investigators sound awful i some more often than i normally do you usually sound pretty good today my friend i said seventy five percent i think you're right sixty five percents sound like i have a bowl of soup in my nose have another cup of coffee and maybe we'll get you get you up up in the percentile little bit so let's go through the investigation because i think most will agree and that it looks like the police did a good job with this one and our murderer well he left evidence he was not super stealthy when committing these crimes so shall we start with i witnesses i or move to the physical evidence while my right and saying that it seems like the motive was the rape yes it seems i don't know that i would say one hundred percent that the motive was the rape but it's looking that way is certainly looks like this is a personal crime we're gonna have we're gonna have evidence we're going to have at least evidence of semen yes victim okay all right so let's go through i witness evidence first and then we'll get into the physical stuff so neighbors say that they saw a car pool into a lot directly across from christie's home this was shortly after christie's roommate left for work and approximately seven am witness witnesses describe the vehicle as a nineteen eighty four to nineteen ninety one dodge daytona or tourism oh hatchback it was either faded silver dog gray or faded white and color okay the vehicles distinguishing features included roll up headlamps and black sun shades on the back window now a man jumped out from the car and according to these witnesses was seen jumping out of the car and heading toward christie's door police would later describe this man as caucasian in his twenties tall with an athletic build and sandy blonde or light brown hair possibly and a crew cut this of course according to the eyewitness statements that they gathered when talking to neighbors and canvassing the area okay police theorized at the time that christie either knew the man or open the door expecting to see someone else when he then forced his way inside as we discussed earlier the possibilities of how did this individual main to manage to get inside the home or get a hold of christie at least a neighbor heard a single scream and approximately seven fifteen a m now no one claims to have seen this man leave and i'm guessing you know leaving either christie's home the the front door from porch area or even leaving the lot across the way on also these townhomes they're in a row there's multiple unit so you could see a man walking towards a unit but you don't know exactly which unit that he went into but now that you have a known a male heading towards those row of townhouses than we could assume that this guy's probably the one that was the perpetrator in this crime yes and although police initially proceeded under the assumption that christie may have known her killer they also didn't want to rule out the possibility of a random killing now the medical examiner's findings were that christie had been beaten sexually assaulted and strangled sometime between six and eight m that morning now remember the roommate said that she had left the townhouse for work right around seventy m okay so unless you suspect the roommate was involved in any way guess now makes it windows seven eight yes we've we've narrowed this attack in the murder to very small window of about sixty minutes or let's go over the physical evidence well you were exactly right by friend as you had stated earlier the police did recover and catalog dna from the murder being this was dna from sperm found on several areas of her body and clothing and also on a piece of the carpet immediately underneath of her out for the investigation as for tracking this guy down for that portion of the investigation the merrick family offered up a ten thousand dollar reward for information in the case yeah from what i could find in.
"dodge daytona" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Actual car do you happen to know why it was so tall tall wasn't and implement of downforce tall another reason oh you tell believe it or not the guys the design that puts us boiler on their the big wing on the back of a daytona ha or a super because there was no way to open the trucks if it wasn't that high why not opened the trunk on their car give if if that spoiler was not that high they had to clear the truck maximum downforce was reached at like seventeen some inches or something like that but they had to go much higher in order to open the drunk at just makes sense over thinking that one right everybody's ok pitcher evan now he's got to show you know what it is it makes your problem crazy and it looked beautiful no i got named joe all right on your great thanks jack take care but that is a key they offer for those newer style challenges okay so what should i look up challenge dodge look under dodge daytona then you'll see the car we speak of it was awesome sfor they had they had a bunch of rules in nascar the keeper going fast now he ever since i'm sorry i think it's cute she says it's a to a non car person that means hideous except for that well no no it's just it's different very much but now can you see why they had to make it that highs in order to over the yeah coke people don't know that a lot of people don't realize the the full down seats in the back of a sixty six and seven does charger was only designed because the guy that was design it was a surf surfing do roof california uh the time low surfing so he wanted to cover that in a car so they pulled them so you put surfboard and that's good so a lot of people were saying things with cars with the most part it's just a it's that hey around the corner which come at look we gotta take a break but i want to do this because everybody expects me to talk about cars who have no problems out about cars however you have no problem tagging because you know everything about i don't but i i learn something every time i dino over the conversation a lotta people like this however i would like to play a very entertaining game and around the break i want you to.
"dodge daytona" Discussed on WAXE 1370
"The sponsored appreciate it now i am also now we're going to do our mecum challenger at a mole par really was huge this weekend if you didn't know already if you didn't watch mecum this past weekend up in harrisburg mo par heavy mix in the top 10 in five of them were dodger plymouth see high shower was seventy hemi sue bird which is seventeen thousand miles on it went for four hundred and fifteen thousand majan that and then the runnerup was another wing rory ahead a sixty nine dodge daytona four forty single four barrel but it was a three 75 horse car with only thirty three thousand miles two hundred fifty thousand dollars so that's pretty that daytona is gorgeous it's like a melo blew weah with i'll be i i saw the white wing it's gorgeous gorgeous car at strange some m a there were only a few cars abroad big bigmoney one of them that i was shocked with was a uh a sixty four six mustang gt 350 hertz rental that went he added of one 45 reserve on it he dropped the reserve and i think he sold for one seventeen five but that's still pretty strong money for those hurt shelby's are a lot of them in the bottom of you could you could rent and for the ryan and go rush who rarely razor yeah i saw out they do that again though as really really there the yeah i saw plenty of them race none at uh at codirects no right here the station sally dillon her her dad was the president back then when they did the shelby thing her dabbas president of her air her day they will be compelling the first one we had wished the buick stage one 72 buick stage one g s of course scholar 455 one of several hundred twenty produced and it would went for rum and went for thirty 2000 so we were all wrong james in mike guest sixty five um i guess seventy five oh i'm sorry was deal hillsdale and then mike when 85 i went in.