18 Burst results for "Duisenburg"
"duisenburg" Discussed on Behind The Baller Podcast with Ben Baller
"Because they came a privileged. And you know they're good looking dudes no homo yes. Homo will get fucked but none of that shipping silly like one do again right now fuck this. But anyways they're good looking dudes who have privilege life and nothing wrong with that because they're good dude solid dudes right and i made that mistake. Judging them whatever but Yeah yeah we the the car pulled. He's got a nice little mclaren seven twenty s that gin tiny had did up and levi car. Their dad is a legend in the culinary. World world. Famous chef super dope dude. Man it was. we have some twists. Hit the corners out. Malibu canyon right and like we're like smashing a little bit and we hit a sunday driver loser. Typical fucking dickhead. Exotic new exotic car fucking owner. That wears the fucking ferrari that you buy at the dealership and the fry polo shirt debt was driving a fucking ferrari forty eight spyder and then there was a vintage porsche behind monthly and then there was eight twelve super superfast that was following them was like this three guys and there were spread apart. And i'm like you do. The cars says super fast on there. Could you imagine having a fucking carts super fast and you're going slowing it. We're driving on mulholland. Drive the world. famous. Do malibu and it's open road and we're going forty five sixty miles problem. We should really be doing eighty. It's a big difference when you take turns on the canyons okay. I'm like what the fuck is going on. I actually started honking because it was painful. Fucking up the drive. But you know i didn't let it ruin my day. I ended up passing the dude because motherfuckers had let let people know but it was barely eight. Am so be upset. That early as real shitty you know like his added reverse that the energy. But i forgot all about it. We pull up into the malibu country mart and it was fucking packed right. No parking spaces. Nothin and i had the coolest car there until jay leno pulls up like red same time they had a parking space right in front of ram everything pulls up in his thirty million dollar mclaren f one and that's the first black on black f. One i've actually ever seen in. You know how. I feel about black on my car because all my cars except for the fucking nine eighteen is black on black yo by the way jones close to a billion dollars if i actually think he has. I think over a boondock She's something retarded like that but his airplane hangar in burbank is fucking sick. Remember on their twenty years ago and he had a couple of cars that were up in the thirty forty million dollar range like and he has hundreds of cars. Scott crazy rare duisenburg's scott old guy. He's like hundred. Your car's got insane motorcycles. Anything that's a fucking vehicle duties got stupid any invest. All the right because he's collection is fucking probably worth a majority of the for sure it's majority of his net worth but he invested way less than that like so little like he bought his fucking f want pilot fucking six hundred grand by the way jay. Leno is a fucking great driver. I he is an amazing motorcycle rider and a great driver. I've seen his full getting nasty on turns. Okay yes. he's a fattest. Fuck double chin motherfucker with the head so big. That needs a custom pillow. But that motherfucker is a car. Legend period Back malibu just something about yesterday. I don't know what it was. The weather was perfect the vibes or unmatched. It was crazy. Met up with this lady. Tiffany who is a Og chinese lady. But she's a real estate agent. You don't fuck around no small. oh shit the colony. She sells anything even under seventy eight mill and on helping right now sell a fourteen million dollar crib. She's super cool. And you know sat down with kai anthony. My sister sean has some is coffee. Fucking kabukicho t and shit. You know what. I'm saying fucking gourmet breakfast burritos. And all that while we're looking at a bunch exotics cool cars throwbacks and everything. It's actually some little candy. Some pretty girls look at and everything. Also i couldn't be mad. It was really really really. That was actually the peak of my day. I that in my wingstop ranch sauce mixed in with my lemon pepper wings. But by the way alo- we start writing on that shit. It can't see mr charles chicken satay but sometimes not fair. Because mr charles chicken satay is fifteen times the price of that right but that ranch that wingstop ranch. It ranch hit different. I could put that ranch on toast. That shit is just some hope other shit but yeah that The day was. It was over after. I left malibu. That was a rap on the freeway and was shown my system but those. Gtri was trying to get me. I don't know what the fuck was going on. But i just was like i'll let it out how they really go too crazy. I don't think We like a buck forty five. And not because i'm in the senate you know what i'm saying but i was just trying to be cool. You know but that seattle game really drained me like just because it was the rams. Maybe i don't know that game of all games to sunk me. It's me for real is sunk my battleship. No cat Speaking seattle now that certain states are going into lockdowns. And like the you know. They're doing different things. Stricter regulations In fact california's asking out of state visitors to quarantine ship. Please don't travel here for thanksgiving whatever else. Look i'm just being precautious. Where five weeks away from the seattle bbc box meet ups right and everything so anything can happen so just stay tuned. Obviously you know more info goes on here in the podcast. I get more in depth about my life about anything. I may regurgitate some tweets and some swings. But this is really because you guys can understand in my voice. The energy the context of something. I'm saying again you could write. I could ride somebody fuck you you fucking crazy fuck you right and you hear my voice. Say that right how you gonna translate that on text. You can't so easy to misinterpret. So i really break a lot of things down here so just stay tuned right. There's nothing else. I need to talk about the hobby. Other than the dodger world series sets should be shipping out immediately Dan world series sets should be shipping house. A mother fucker tongue-twister right But yeah young jock pulled up and bless me with fucking game. Warren fucking world series jersey. The black lives matter. She you only be a nike athlete to get there the team. Also the crazy shit. Whatever else again. Nothing about the hobby. But i need you guys to stay tuned about the seattle situation because this is a little crazy it's only ten spots Do twelve but it's going to be difficult because the hats though seattle hats are crazy anyways as far as entertainment goals boy scout dinner scott benner was a music coordinator for entourages and how to make to america and a couple other shows. He has a radio show for the last few years with four l..
"duisenburg" Discussed on The Tech Guy
"Not Sound good. Tell you what? I'm GonNa put you on hold. Maybe we can. We can get Kim To figure this out she's so good at this. Kim Can you figure out it sounds like pacemakers failing Tom and Costa Mesa California Hello Tom. Leo's Nice to talk to you again. Welcome. To Off Your Program Tech Guy is a doozy of a program. We're talking about DUISENBURG's. Yeah. Thank you. Thank you, I appreciate it. First of all I was wondering if you're going to celebrate and again feeding you your recent did about algorithms. You going to celebrate The lovelace day this coming Tuesday. How I did not know that. The Countess a loveless was often considered the first computer programmer. She didn't have a computer way back in the day, but she knew a guy named Charles Babich. who had invented at least in his mind a computer this is back in the mid eighteen hundreds. Young, yeah, the analytic machine she was the daughter of Lord Byron the poet. and now she's honored Because, she was a mathematician an early. Kind of at least theoretical computer programmer, but also because she was a woman. One of the first of her kind. So they actually named the Department of Defense named their computer programming language after her Ada. So I will celebrate Lady Eight is day that's nice yeah. Well, second my direct computer. Question had to do with my son drive, which gets gallingly hot nineteen storage devices run hot. But I was wondering if a that they are designed to run very hot and the if there's a problem, I should be concerned about. Well. Let's see. It's a spinning drive. This is a thumbs, right Thumb out to us. Yeah they do get hot so. It's normally get hot. I don't like. Any electronic to be so hot that I can't touch it. It's normal for it to be warm. But if you if you go out at Burns, that's too hot. That's my rule of thumb my rule of burnt thumb. You can, of course, look up the manufacturer of the thumb drive and see what the tolerance is our and you'll note that the tolerances are pretty hot i. mean there are often given in Celsius not Fahrenheit one hundred Celsius boiling at most of the time most of our modern processors are designed to stay under a hundred. And I mean if you had if your computer was one hundred degrees, you'd know it would be very very, very hot. That's why there's active cooling and stuff but it. But if you think about it the, there's no cooling on that thumb drive the package itself is probably plastic almost like a insulator. So, they they do get hot especially when you know not just when they're sitting there when they're being written to not being read from so much when they're being written to. A Kutuzov pretty quickly. Nine remain hot even when I'm not reading it but I do have a.
"duisenburg" Discussed on Cars That Matter
"BEAVER, vice-president design operations with Embraer executive jets. Jane let me ask you you had shared something called the pulse concept. It blew my mind. That's all I can say, why don't you tell us about it? I got to feel like Harley Earl and the Buick y job that was the first shocker. Yeah and look at the design for thirty eight. It looks like a fifties car because everybody in the fifties finally figured out how to make their cars look like Harley earls Buick. If you look at the thirty s automobiles, you're looking at Packard's DUISENBURG's and studebaker these cars had running boards continental packages on the side with spare tires and wire wheels showing through the clamp down design, and then you have the Buick y job it was decades have it's time it changed the perception one automobile should look like. So an aerospace we making credible. Machines jets may jets and they serve a purpose, but maybe the aerospace industry should change. Maybe we can be twenty, thirty, fifty years ahead of our time dream up the experience at Embraer would like its customers to have in the future assuming a fifty year roadmap of top down technology based off of this Bonder Auntie of two thousand, nineteen I say, Bond Oronte because I was the name of the aircraft turboprop airplane the first aeroplane from Embraer in nineteen, sixty nine, celebrate that quite a bit and this is our fiftieth year. Anniversary two, thousand, nineteen. The thought was, why don't we celebrate our fifty year anniversary by celebrating Our Future Fifty Years We need to look back. We need to learn about the stories and the sacrifices that we get the right on the shoulders of today I'm at emperor because they did so good in the past and I appreciate that and what if two, thousand, nineteen, vertical takeoff and landing e tall it was seat so much about today for air taxi transport, dreams of city commutes in the sky over the freeways and congestion. What if we took that technology and said, we're GONNA build off that for the next fifty years like we did fifty years ago. What could we have? That's what led us to the pulse the emperor pulse little did I realize that that concept has actually gained even more traction? Because cove covid nineteen kicked in and now everybody's concerned about their own personal spaces and the shared economy renting space whether it's renting a home airbnb the VR be o Uber renting a car or renting space car having someone drive you but two minutes ago you'll know who was just in that car. So how do you know it's clean and so these industries have been turned upside down and that was all about the shared economy easy access to these machines that we cannot have whole ownership of the future is going to be commoditised. No one will own airplane. It's always going to be chartered or rented because everybody deserves to be in one that's kind of where the industry was moving. And I never really liked that to be honest because I thought that's not special. Your space is also GonNa be somebody else's space guess what I'm not gonNA put the best materials inside of that space. That's why some people bring their own sheets pillows to the hotel no matter how nice it is. Absolutely there's a level of insecurity about that. That's not comfortable. That's not luxuriance. So what if the future transportation truly is eighty to be anywhere like Napa Valley to? Senel.
"duisenburg" Discussed on Cars That Matter
"F Forty Motor Sports Portland Connecticut I'm going to call that as day job and what a job it is Wayne Welcome to the program during us to be with. Obviously we're talking coast to coast I'm here in Los Angeles, and you're on the eastern side of the US and were doing this by way of Zoom. So it's not in the studio, but it allows some long distance conversation really in much the same way that you probably deal with. So many of the collectors nowadays things have certainly changed for all of us in the way that we communicate and weighed. The options are being held virtual car shows everything's changed slightly only. It's just for short periods. We'll talk about some of those things both the short-term effects maybe some of the long term positive benefits that come from this, it's hard to imagine there are any, but they're actually might be but instead of going forward in time, let's go back in time for a second. Let me just ask you the obvious. Question a lifetime love affair with cars, full classics, postwar sports, and racing cars, and probably even some modern collectibles. How did this car fixation begin when I was born into it? My father was founder the model a restorers club America back in nineteen fifty one year I was born cars were basically in our family from the beginning and then my dad restored cars for a living whether it was Duesenberg? Packard? As or buicks whatever they were my cousin built hot rods in a lean to next to my father's shop, and then a mile up the road was candy pools sports car shop where they had about every type sports car in the World Men Candy Pool is very famous race car drivers. So there was race cars, Ferraris Maserati. Oscars every type of car. That was rare stuff back then and I think that's how I got my ashes for everything to do with automobiles was brought up on every type of automobile. That's quite a broad swath. You Talk About Your Dad restoring everything from model as to Duisenburg's there couldn't be a wider gulf between those two and it's interesting. You mentioned that let's drill down into. That for just a second Wayne I often wonder the model a was such a ubiquitous machine, obviously the model t and then the model put Henry Ford on the map with a little company we call the Blue Oval but all the guys that actually treasure those cars and restore them and kept him alive for so many decades when they were well past. Their prime. It's very rare to see those cars any longer they sorta seems almost evaporated off the surface the earth they've become pretty popular again though in that era forcible way to get into the hobby and you could basically model for today from a catalog. So because of the ease of getting a apart the east of the restoration and the fun factor. With the driving aspect of it, I mean, these cars are a Lotta Fun to drive. Easy on reasonably priced. So we see model as actually their value and increasing summer bar. That's a great harbinger of things to come then because they really were sort of the cornerstone of the collector hobby back before guys can afford their full classics and all the fancy stuff from Europe. I starting going to Hershey with my dad and nine hundred, fifty, seven was six years old I think her she started either in fifty five, hundred, fifty, six does either liver fear second year, and then probably the third year I was there it became part. Of Our family, my dad created the model, a restorers club. He just come out of service in flight forty, eight and gentleman brought him a model a Ford to do some paint work on any restored to perfection for the gentleman brought it to local car show nine, hundred fifty and they wouldn't let him show it because they said that's just some old used car as nothing special and he got upset about that and went home and created the model, every stores America which thousands of people all over the world still supporting that club. That's fantastic. An early DNA worker for Wayne who got the bug early and start hunting down not just parts at Hershey. But full cars you're kind of known as the Car Hunter Chasing Classic cars is your show there must be something about the hunt that really gets to you that really grabs. We say that it's all about the chase and that's the tagline of the show and as the exciting part of it sometimes, and you're finally chase a car. You've finding by my father was always up for cars. We go on Sunday rides with my dad and look behind every house. Garage door that was open hoping the find that little treasure, and then of course, reading hemmings motor news had gone over that every time it came out. That's all we had back then and the New York. Times the LA times and hemmings motor news, and that was about your way of finding out, and then of course, my dad would write letters. It would take weeks for correspondence to go back and forth, and it's so funny today we don't have corresponds with somebody within six or seven minutes. If they don't answer your back, you're getting all upset Oh what's the matter of Stein's remaining back? Totally different lifestyle is still the passions there, and that's really the best part will certainly finding the previously undiscovered as sort of the Magic Elixir of youth that keeps car collectors, car hunters young sometimes, of course, the cars are in plain sight. You may know her car is and you may have an owner that you've been corresponding with. It's almost like asking a girl out. On a date after about the tenth or Fifteenth Time You finally get the message she doesn't want to go out with you. So you may know where a car isn't guy says not for sale not for sale not for sale but guess what something is going to be for sale never give up. I've done some crazy things just recently actually probably about seven or eight years. Ago I found a Lamborghini Chicago and it was found by the Post. The was delivering the Mail and e called me I went out and I met with a gentleman and he said it wasn't for sale and I have. Well, we ever seen my TV show is not I don't know who you are actually by civil one should turn your cable TV on I. Don't have. Cable TV early, have a television myself. You have a dvr player now. So I bought him a dvr player. The Postman went over and install inform, watch my show I sent him a box of discs and he called me up. He says that's a pretty interesting show auto I. See more we get Cable WanNA paying for cable. So I paid for his cable for four years. You wouldn't forget me when he was getting ready to sell the car every month my wife would say, why are we paying this bill this cable for this guy in Chicago I don't worry it'll pay off. That is hysterical..
"duisenburg" Discussed on Cars That Matter
"This is Robert Ross with another episode of cars that matter and today my guest is Wayne Carini who everybody knows Wayne Wayne's the host of chasing classic cars and incredibly Popular Program about finding gyms in the rough Wayne's also owner of f Forty Motor Sports Portland Connecticut I'm going to call that as day job and what a job it is Wayne Welcome to the program during us to be with. . Obviously we're talking coast to coast I'm here in Los Angeles, , and you're on the eastern side of the US and were doing this by way of Zoom. . So it's not in the studio, , but it allows some long distance conversation really in much the same way that you probably deal with. . So many of the collectors nowadays things have certainly changed for all of us in the way that we communicate and weighed. . The options are being held virtual car shows everything's changed slightly only. . It's just for short periods. . We'll talk about some of those things both the short-term effects maybe some of the long term positive benefits that come from this, it's , hard to imagine there are any, , but they're actually might be but instead of going forward in time, , let's go back in time for a second. . Let me just ask you the obvious. . Question a lifetime love affair with cars, , full classics, , postwar sports, , and racing cars, , and probably even some modern collectibles. . How did this car fixation begin when I was born into it? ? My father was founder the model a restorers club America back in nineteen fifty one year I was born cars were basically in our family from the beginning and then my dad restored cars for a living whether it was Duesenberg? ? Packard? ? As or buicks whatever they were my cousin built hot rods in a lean to next to my father's shop, , and then a mile up the road was candy pools sports car shop where they had about every type sports car in the World Men Candy Pool is very famous race car drivers. . So there was race cars, , Ferraris Maserati. . Oscars every type of car. . That was rare stuff back then and I think that's how I got my ashes for everything to do with automobiles was brought up on every type of automobile. . That's quite a broad swath. . You Talk About Your Dad restoring everything from model as to Duisenburg's there couldn't be a wider gulf between those two and it's interesting. . You mentioned that let's drill down into. That . for just a second Wayne I often wonder the model a was such a ubiquitous machine, , obviously the model t and then the model put Henry Ford on the map with a little company we call the Blue Oval but all the guys that actually treasure those cars and restore them and kept him alive for so many decades when they were well past. Their . prime. . It's very rare to see those cars any longer they sorta seems almost evaporated off the surface the earth they've become pretty popular again though in that era forcible way to get into the hobby and you could basically model for today from a catalog. . So because of the ease of getting a apart the east of the restoration and the fun factor. . With the driving aspect of it, I , mean, , these cars are a Lotta Fun to drive. . Easy on reasonably priced. . So we see model as actually their value and increasing summer bar. . That's a great harbinger of things to come then because they really were sort of the cornerstone of the collector hobby back before guys can afford their full classics and all the fancy stuff from Europe. . I starting going to Hershey with my dad and nine hundred, , fifty, seven , was six years old I think her she started either in fifty five, , hundred, , fifty, , six does either liver fear second year, , and then probably the third year I was there it became part. . Of Our family, , my dad created the model, a , restorers club. . He just come out of service in flight forty, , eight and gentleman brought him a model a Ford to do some paint work on any restored to perfection for the gentleman brought it to local car show nine, , hundred fifty and they wouldn't let him show it because they said that's just some old used car as nothing special and he got upset about that and went home and created the model, , every stores America which thousands of people all over the world still supporting that club.
Wayne Carini from 'Chasing Classic Cars' and F40 Motorsports
"This is Robert Ross with another episode of cars that matter and today my guest is Wayne Carini who everybody knows Wayne Wayne's the host of chasing classic cars and incredibly Popular Program about finding gyms in the rough Wayne's also owner of f Forty Motor Sports Portland Connecticut I'm going to call that as day job and what a job it is Wayne Welcome to the program during us to be with. Obviously we're talking coast to coast I'm here in Los Angeles, and you're on the eastern side of the US and were doing this by way of Zoom. So it's not in the studio, but it allows some long distance conversation really in much the same way that you probably deal with. So many of the collectors nowadays things have certainly changed for all of us in the way that we communicate and weighed. The options are being held virtual car shows everything's changed slightly only. It's just for short periods. We'll talk about some of those things both the short-term effects maybe some of the long term positive benefits that come from this, it's hard to imagine there are any, but they're actually might be but instead of going forward in time, let's go back in time for a second. Let me just ask you the obvious. Question a lifetime love affair with cars, full classics, postwar sports, and racing cars, and probably even some modern collectibles. How did this car fixation begin when I was born into it? My father was founder the model a restorers club America back in nineteen fifty one year I was born cars were basically in our family from the beginning and then my dad restored cars for a living whether it was Duesenberg? Packard? As or buicks whatever they were my cousin built hot rods in a lean to next to my father's shop, and then a mile up the road was candy pools sports car shop where they had about every type sports car in the World Men Candy Pool is very famous race car drivers. So there was race cars, Ferraris Maserati. Oscars every type of car. That was rare stuff back then and I think that's how I got my ashes for everything to do with automobiles was brought up on every type of automobile. That's quite a broad swath. You Talk About Your Dad restoring everything from model as to Duisenburg's there couldn't be a wider gulf between those two and it's interesting. You mentioned that let's drill down into. That for just a second Wayne I often wonder the model a was such a ubiquitous machine, obviously the model t and then the model put Henry Ford on the map with a little company we call the Blue Oval but all the guys that actually treasure those cars and restore them and kept him alive for so many decades when they were well past. Their prime. It's very rare to see those cars any longer they sorta seems almost evaporated off the surface the earth they've become pretty popular again though in that era forcible way to get into the hobby and you could basically model for today from a catalog. So because of the ease of getting a apart the east of the restoration and the fun factor. With the driving aspect of it, I mean, these cars are a Lotta Fun to drive. Easy on reasonably priced. So we see model as actually their value and increasing summer bar. That's a great harbinger of things to come then because they really were sort of the cornerstone of the collector hobby back before guys can afford their full classics and all the fancy stuff from Europe. I starting going to Hershey with my dad and nine hundred, fifty, seven was six years old I think her she started either in fifty five, hundred, fifty, six does either liver fear second year, and then probably the third year I was there it became part. Of Our family, my dad created the model, a restorers club. He just come out of service in flight forty, eight and gentleman brought him a model a Ford to do some paint work on any restored to perfection for the gentleman brought it to local car show nine, hundred fifty and they wouldn't let him show it because they said that's just some old used car as nothing special and he got upset about that and went home and created the model, every stores America which thousands of people all over the world still supporting that club.
"duisenburg" Discussed on Ace On The House
"So in the don't be that Guy Department yeah. I have told so many people so many times that if you are going to be drilling something out over your head or on the ceiling are cutting a hole out for A. For a candlelight or something like that. When you're done and you clean up, don't just sweep the fucking floor you have to hit all vertical surfaces above the floor. I so. It drives me insane. So what happens is guys drill out the wall above the door right and they sweep the floor and then walk in and you go looks pretty good and then you put your hand on top of the door Jamb put your hand on the casing and as you handwrite across it, it looks like somebody took powder and just. Take a little sprinkle that all the way down the thing. Now, my house has these weird casings where they're flat and they come out an inch. So it's just a shelf up their course a on it, and by the way, it'll be the same on top of the baseboard. When you get down on the floor, the be that little edge on top that'll be covered there the top of the light switch you'll be covered everything between the floor and the ceiling is covered they always sweep up. The floor they never fucking and I tell them all time. Start with your highest surface, wipe it off then moved down, hit the hit the switch plate cover on on the light then go hit the top of the baseboard then sweep your fucking floor and I was talking to my guy and I just put my hand up above the door and dragged my hand and it just started raining down like wood chips and drywall dust and I was like, could you not be that Guy Right? Could you? fucking math I think there could be a correlation between that guy and the guy who gets the shopping cart and then just pushes it between the cars when you go to a parking lot in a retail outlet, right? Yeah and and then you don't you don't you I've run into like ten cards because of the same allergy. Traditions are number one worst. The the elect transitions. They treat the boxes that the outlets and the switches come in along with the cellophane they treat that shit like Dawson treats cigarette butts like he just went. He's done. something. that. Doesn't matter where he is like Oh it's gone I don't need it anymore and they literally pull that box out they pull the switch out, pull their switch, they pull the switch or they pull the outlet out of that little box with the sulfate on the front. Then they just literally just dropped the box they just drop it. Then you'll see the two pieces of wire that they clip the three inches. What, Oh, you see that jacket on the wire that they stripped that'll be on the ground. It'll all be there just lying on the ground exactly where they did it. And you could use the box as a receptacle for the additional trash, but it never works out that way. Yeah. Miniature receptacle albeit but it certainly. Electric. Just falls right on the ground. Why? Why is this I? I don't know I know I tell people fucking nonstop just clean your shit up just clean your shit up but. I think people are stupid. I feel bad or is it? They don't care you don't like you're not supposed to care. It's part of the swagger. Maybe. I don't know that these guys have that Nelson has swagger and to if you picture him I, don't think you see a Lotta. Anger there I just think I. Don't think anyone real. Here's here's what they need to do I. Think. In their mind, they need to run conduit. That's what they need to do. What they don't need to do is wipe down the top of your door Jamb. That's what they don't. That's right. You need to do this and that's how they do it. I would argue that wiping down the casing on the door Jamb and the top of the baseboard is part of running conduit. That's all part of it that the dumb people out there separate. So they go I, need the shopping cart to get my food to the back of my minivan once I've unloaded the shopping cart into my minivan I no longer need the shopping cart, but my argument is Part of the same process. Yeah Yeah but that's what it's what astles do a chewing gum I need to chewing gum. Bad now. I. Just put my hand under a bench at a park with my wife the other day. The fucking chewing gum from somebody that has aid makes you gay? I think I might be gain or Gayer. Scary. Ish. Is that a word game? I had A. I had. I had bill the board op at my old radio station I used to call them. OP BOARD UP A bill. He. Good guy at the car shows every year but I said Like national coming out day. Pride coming out I said, I need you to call your super-rich. Stepdad. And I need you to come out to him. He. Said I already did our he already knows I'm gay and you have to call them and tell them you're gear. And he did. Say. A rich guy had DUISENBURG's instead of like I'm. I'm calling. I don't know why it made everyone laugh. Funny. It's not even funny. It's. Funny About it Oh, it is. It's so uncomfortable to come out to somebody that you don't have to even more. All right you have. Questions Man, what do we got? Oh. Yes we do. We always have questions. You can ear us at ace on the house at Adam Corolla Dot. com and you can go to as on the roof dot com if you wanna see it and this video question is from. In Charleston. A stromer get it out. Homeowner here work on the kitchen project. Get Away. With this hygiene eighties kitchen ned. They're gone. Get poor lighting only one left. It's nighttime. Green from Ikea counters gotta go anyhow bus this wall here. It's all what gone good question.
"duisenburg" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"And it's. There, they sticker for about one sixty five, going up actually new car. They're probably about three hundred grand now, so she went from like thirty forty grand to more like three, hundred grand in about one hundred yards, and I said all right for GT. That's a good car It's gone up in value not that she's going to get any of this yet but I said all right. You've stepped it up. And then we walked about another eighty yards, and she stopped in front of the last car, and she said forget everything. Forget what I said about the Viper in the Ford GT forget about the. Reuben Sandwich and forget about. The Club, Sandwich! I went surf and turf and she pointed and I'm Clarin P. One. McLaren P one is one point five million dollars. It's a new car I think stickers for like one point one five or something, but it's I don't think you could find one for under one point five million dollars. That's what the McLaren looks like. And then realized like she did with lighting fixtures in her bedroom when we went to the lows, and just walk through the Sea of fixtures, and she pointed the most expensive one on there. This is the most expensive car in that place. Now it's not the one that's worth the most their old. I don't know Bugatti their old the Duisenburg's and whatnot that are. Quite a bit. But sticker price wise just new cars, just sticker new car. This is the most expensive car out of the three hundred cars that are in that collection. And she went right to it, and she didn't even go right to it. She went right on up to it. She started. Thirty forty grand. She made her way up to three hundred, and then she just leapfrog to make one point five million dollars, and he said that's the car and sunny then chimed in and said. Me To. Pick one up grabbed me one two, and there's a price tags on these cars have an innate ability to pick out. The most expensive. One J would be a super. Do she if he had pro? Style, huge yellow price tags just suggested retail says right. Yeah I got this mirror. I got the Lamborghini Mirror from Dean Martin's kid for free. Now it's worth one point three million dollars. That's decker. Do. You think she was reading anything from you, or does she just no. It is arguably one of the coolest looking cars there, but it is in a sea of cool looking cars. I mean there's tank cars, and there's a steam cars and there's. Well can I say? Yo, that's a sexy car. You know what I mean, I think. Price? That's a car. Woman would choose. The live doppler GT's sexy. That's that's a muscle car. All right all right? She started with the Viper. She went to the four G.. They're all swoopy long. In the eyes of an eight year old girl. It's all just one big long hood and Shiny Paint Job I. Don't know how she went from thirty or forty grand to one point five million dollars, and then she got there and you do wonder. Like. That knows like that thing where you go to the shoe store and you walk all along the rack. And all the prices are on the under side of the shoe or the sole, and you just walk and walk and walk to pass one hundred and ninety parachute. Then he flipped one over, and it's the most expensive one the have now part of it is. You can see it. There's another part that runs a little deeper into price. Whisper, yeah! Man Nowhere in his garage Kia maybe like a two thousand eight via. The sportage. Honda Section Conde- is He's he's doing a ground up resto job on a Daihatsu charade. Bill, in Primer and actually told me not to talk about it. We're picking out we're looking swatches. Four donuts. Have you thought about it? Years from now and the kids are going to be driving what they're going to be driving. I mean on the one hand, you can get him something to build character maybe like a used car. Moderate, or you can't have the car. Guys kids showing up to school on a crappy I. I'm I. There's a part where I had to explain that they're going to have to learn to drive a stick if they wanNA, drive any daddy's race cars which we say they want to drive like. There's not going to be any cars with stick shifts in them anymore, so there's that part I don't see I. Really don't to me. I. Had tell me if you guys went to high school. Any of these people. I knew a couple of girls that had like got like the triumph Spitfire like. Gary. You can pull me up a picture of like a eighty to eighty, one eighty, two eighty three triumph spitfire convertible like this car. I I'm a bigger guy. But if I sat in, that car could literally hang my hand out of the driver's side in touch the asphalt with my hand like zero side impact, anything I mean cute is could be, but would not survive an accident. No Roll Bar no crumple zone, no airbags. Like a little convertible high dream car was a cabriolet with the surfer surfboard in it. Since I don't like the beach. Yeah. My. First car was a rabbit. With handle, crank the crank to open up the the moon roof. Is the dealer called it? Yeah, the moon roof is a moon roof. Yeah, that was that was. That was a nation slur. Car Yeah. It's a cute little car that your sixteen year old would definitely die in if she got into. If some guy in a Ford F to fifty with a lift kit stopped short. He's literally going to roll over the car like driving a ramp dukes of hazzards. Yeah, that would consider ramp. Up You. If you're driving a car like a truck with some tires and some rims on it, you would go right over the top of that Oh. Yeah, Car James Dean would look at that car and have second thoughts, yes..
"duisenburg" Discussed on Cars That Matter
"Pretty much anything pre World War Two but he always liked powerful cars. So I grew up around those exposed to things like Thomas Flyers and Mercer Race abouts and and big simplex chain drive simplex and things like that which are for those people that aren't commissioner with them there at first blush the look at them and go. Those are cute sort of cars but they don't realize monsters they're monsters in their their exciting really the exciting to ride in or drive. I mean a chain drive wooden wheel car. That'll ninety miles an hour a thrill ride that is that is With no windshield no outdoors and you're holding on for dear life good goggles yeah. Good Para Goggles. If you're lucky that's what I think. My father believed in goggles but Literally while he was working as a curator in the museum working late nights I was left. It was night at the museum so I was left in the museum after it was closed nosed death these different museums to water around the car collections. And it's every kid's dream. Yeah well not ever you know I mean some kids were more interested and playing video games or sports or whatnot but I was. I was At these museums after a few weeks walking around the collection you kind of get to know you left the hoods you. Sit the cars you you know you look under him. There's only so much you can see then. I would spend a lot more time in the libraries because the libraries are you could spend just just endless hours in. And that's where I would actually spend more. Time is is getting to know a lot about the cars in through the libraries. Now so this is a real passion. I I definitely am have the disease in my family will say look you do this every day and then you come home at night and you're still reading about cars go. Yeah but that's different at these. Are My work cars and then this is the fun stuff test. Well you got some fun stuff. I I know you've got a few dinosaurs in your stable yet. We have a fourteen. Silver Ghost We have a twenty-seven Bentley and then we have some newer cars sports cars from the fifties and sixties. And I I mean I I love everything I I have a very big collection if permitted if if my budget prevented well. It sounds like you've got a very refined specialized one actually really and Going all the way back to mercer. Is that right yeah. That's the oldest car thirteen mercer race test. which is the car? I learned to drive on wonderful car. I was thirteen when I learned to drive this car. That's not an easy car to drive. Surprisingly it is actually not hard. It's actually not that hard it's a it's got a standard four speed gearbox. That is very forgiving. The steering is very easy and everything is absolutely out where you would expect it. The the only thing that's sort of unconventional is the break because a handbrake you have a foot break but the real break years is a is a handbrake so you sort of toggle between shifting and braking but once you get used to that it's So you you ever GonNa sell that car then now part of that is that is ingrained. Yeah part of the family. How did World War One effect that car? Hi It's manufacturer. Yeah very good questions so world war one put a huge dent. In a lot of the automotive manufacturers mercer they were out of Trenton New Jersey and they got through World War One but then they had to reorganize and the family that owned them sold out and and they were taken over by a conglomerate which then eventually ran the company into the ground. So many do yeah. But they made it longer than a lot of their contemporaries. Simplex in in Thomas. Flyer and Pope Hartford Tribune. They they all they all went to bust. There's a dramatic recession then the war. So there were there were lots of issues and then of course. These companies were building very very very high end expensive automobiles. That were becoming obsolete. In a few years and test estimate the Mercer's vision is that it remains probably one of the most desirable prewar collectibles. Did you restore that car Only mechanically but not cosmetically. We're just going through an redoing re machining some pieces that have been worn down and things like that but cosmetically it looks no different. It looks it's basically he looks and is like it was in the nineteen twenty s respecting and Appreciating the actual Patina in age and authenticity. The car yeah. Yeah well I I love cars with Patina With A to me. They're the cars that are so much more memorable. I mean a beautifully restored car is sensational. Definitely and it's a work of art in the restoration in and of itself is is beautiful to look at and can can and really dry you in the cars. I find that I remember most are cars that have some battle scars cars texture. Yeah you you know. They just they they stick with you more and I think it's true in a lot of collectible. Do you have other addictions not really I mean a little bit of Bard but nothing nothing significant. It's really everything is more car orientated. I'd like to Kind of really. Start asking the hard hitting questions. David and Look into the David gooding crystal ball if we can okay. Yeah but I think yours is probably a little more transparent than mine. Everybody's talking about the collect car the market we're seeing trends and tastes and things change in. What ways do you think? The collector car market in the customer are changing. We don't see Slow up the car collecting at all. In fact it's just the opposite. It's growing dramatically and there is more of an affinity in an attraction attraction for some older cars that are drastically different from the newer cars that are being produced. Basically are clientele. Everybody that we dealt with Twenty years ago if they're still around their most often Active in collecting cars In in addition to them there's a whole new cadre of collectors who are active in coming into the industry. How do I see it Changing I mean we're certainly selling more modern cars than we used to A much more modern cars than we used to and different brands than we used to. We used to sell a lot of packards. Were selling fewer packers than we used to. We we used to not sell any. Toyota's we sell now now. We Sell Khuda thunk. Yeah Yeah Live. Japanese domestic market cars all of a sudden in American market Japanese cars. All of a sudden there's a following knowing yeah exactly and there's a huge following in an inactive following so we sell heck of a lot more than we used to all of this is wonderful and great but also that trend just means that some of the things that We're selling fewer of are not doing as well. I mean we're we're we're getting bigger the prices for Packard's than we used to were getting bigger prices for Duisenburg's than we ever did before we may be selling fewer but we're selling higher quality the examples for more money. Would you say the market is sort of splitting off or bifurcating to become one of You know where a level six seven heaven help us. Even eight figure figure cars are are sort of on one side of the fence and then there's everything else definitely in the car market but I think that's also true in many segments of the art market and when I speak to colleagues that are in those industries that definitely they're experiencing the same thing so yeah and and some people sort of lament that bifurcation. I think it's okay because if you want the very best of the best of the best you're going to have to reach extra extra far but it also means for the people that aren't able to reach you know maybe they can be happy with a A car that doesn't have its original body or doesn't have its original engine. It can be worth a lot less but it also becomes available in open to somebody without as big a budget which is which is nice. You know you look at the catalogs today from not only your own auction house but some of the others and you see that Really the price of admission in the collector car hobby starts at about two hundred thousand two hundred fifty thousand dollars. That's a lot of discretionary income so it's nice to know that early some places to sort of play in the sandbox. That may not be quite that deer. That's right there's a lot of opportunity in in every price price point and you just have to be open minded about it and flexible and figure out what's important to you if you've ever been a bitter at an auction.
"duisenburg" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Crawling outside working there. Whether the bowels of Alcatraz. It's been fan in for fifty years still steam generator nobody for this. Your vanished. Loser's always whine about their best. Winners go home and fuck the prom Queen. Color was from queens. Oh. Could back. Into the bow the past because the best man can get to work that work that into the Gillette spot. Good. I hope everyone turns on Gillette how long has Gillette been around one hundred and fifty years. Are they German? Are they American? And figure out what they Branch What they did. Well, the e Austin that a Boston there was Boston France when I was in nineteen oh one when I was a kid. There was Wilkinson bonded ahead. These two swords like well-conceived blades. Like, I don't know what happened Wilkinson's razors Remington around before them there. We'll figure it all out and a second. Anyway, to keep that theme going somebody also tweeted me Nimesh Patel. I hope I'm saying that right and mash Patel as comedian. I he was at Columbia the university, and he on have it here somewhere Wilkinson bonded sword. Are they still around? Let's see. Where's my Menashe? Yeah. Anyway, he wrote a. He wrote for SNL and they brought him in as the Asian American alliance. I easy Indian and that's Asia Asia good enough, and they brought him in and. Yeah. I'm just being clear. Most people think I don't know Chinese Japanese whatever Asian brought him in and. And he told the joke and he's supposed to do fifty minutes, and he did twenty it's an older store, but we have the clip of Clinton telling it, I have the we tell Joe we have a clip of them stopping it. So the women from the student council just walked out on stage. When like, yeah, it's no more because of jokey telling the content of it was how hard it is to be a minority. So I think he thought he was sort of preaching to the right choir. But the Joe didn't land can I will revisit this. And I will explain to you the worst people in the world is when you're explaining something to somebody, and they hear you talking about a group or language that somebody else us and they start in throw you under the boss, and you're like I'm making a joke about how bad it is about. Like, I remember I've told you guys this once, but it made me laugh. And it's always the realm of dumb people, which is a sitting in a big table. We're at the quail lodge, max Patas favorite. He was probably in line at the caviar line. And everyone's cheating, caviar drinking champagne and looking at Duisenburg's and all sitting around a table the bunch of hot looking chicks and their trophy husbands wearing their fucking purple loafers. And the one guys like the biz Arrhenius Strada, fifty three hundred is a nice piece. But I love the, you know, the the launch struck I'll go and it certain point. I went I think this is exactly what black people picture white people doing all day in the one chick went. Oh, no, no, no, no making jokes. Yeah. No, we've. I've said enough. I was like no I'm saying making fun of us. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Like like, I making a joke that okay, really, what do you think I'm saying? And I know you heard the word black people. So you feel compelled to like jumping like, okay. All right up. Champagne you understand. What like I was. I was I was having lunch with someone from when I was doing the. The cancer walk when I was emceeing the cancer years ago and the woman who organized it was like, oh, you remember this guy? He helped organize last year. Who is he's he's she came visibly uncomfortable or just us having lunch. He's. Oh god. I don't even want to say it. I'm African American gentlemen, black guy. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Narrow member want wanna say. Did want to him by his race? That's how much the just even addressing someone's race. Now as a form identifying who they are is a trigger for a lot of people. Sad docking. -ly? Do we find out when my grandma died? We we agree to as laughter ball. Brian November two thousand I agreed. No, we didn't agree. Brian had a thought thought it was we're in grant aim Brian was saying I had he his recollection a decade ago. The brain tumor was. Trying to figure this out. I think somebody tweeted me something once and I just.
"duisenburg" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Brought to you by friendly old rail yard hobos kind of wish you had us around now. Oh, yeah. We do miss you. Once it would coca show the ones that had that the vandal Bendel vice. Yeah. Riding the rails. Kerley shoe boil shoe? Yeah. Ride the rails riding the rail. Simpson's. I'm not a stab in kind of Hobo. Right now. The better in the Hobo stabbing people with my Hobo. Favorite? All right. So I also had a this revelation. So I was having a funny conversation with Jimmy about my Natalia gripping me with her Amazon gift card, and that she hid maxed it out or spent it out, and then traded it in to me for one hundred dollars saying it was Jimmy's. And then she'd also done this thing. I don't know why I guess it would delight Jimmy White. No by rubbing her nose. This is deep. Yes. He's very good. Wow. I know I know we're on a train. I should have known. What was going on the so she she gives me this gift card? We we talked about it. It was there it out. It was from Jimmy is a gift I was telling Jimmy about this. But the part that I told you guys that delighted him, of course, is the part where when I got the cash out of my. Pocket to cash out the gift card that I'd made cash from merch money. And I said, do you know, I got this cash to my daughter and she went Jimmy. And when I said, this is Jimmy he fell over because it was his great notion that that's all money in this house comes from. Jimmy. So he was delighted by that. Also formed me that he was going to be doing the cooking for the Super Bowl party. But the old grill was not gonna cut it upgrade and. I said, okay. What kind of grill should I get? And it's like when you get like if you ever deal with serious stereo files. They will tell you that all this stuff. That's in your house. It's like embarrassingly bad junk like they will just so AB. Ed, we'll just come to your house look at what he could look at a system he installed on Tuesday and come in on Thursday. And this is junk this is Barry, this is an attack. I go how much of it can we salvage? None of. It's none of it is usable. And then the laugh go, then even make this one anymore. It lasts. I don't know then make Duisenburg's anymore either. We do throw it away. Don't even make this the biggest this. And then they start doing this weird. I they do this move picture Jimmy cooking with my group. But they'll do a move with a look at your stuff, and they'll go, well, it's a forty two inch flat plasma TV. Can't we put it in a kid's room or something? I want like, I guess. Nj stop you from doing it. Once you take a raccoon that's infected with aids leaving the kids room. I mean, give them a shot at least fighting chance often, I suppose. Yeah. Like, they're so insulted that somebody thought. Through the wall. And so you're gonna see this is going to be hanging from the ceiling a ninety million dollar house. I can't it's the Craigslist. But so Jimmy said, yeah, you're old grills not gonna work. So you need to make them move. And I said, okay, I start thinking about stuff at Home Depot. And then he said I should. Well, what should I get what kind of grill should I get? And then he said, adding Adam Perry Lang, oh, wow. The guy has sells three hundred dollar nine that he makes makes us literally has a tungsten wheel down in the basement of AP L of the steakhouse in literally just sits there and sharpens whatever. The felony. Yes. And I shall. I guess sell sell off a home or children here. He cooked meal using the big green egg..
"duisenburg" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"Now, we you know, I went to the Honda museum in Torrance yesterday though, which is about fifty yards from where the Toyota museum was up until recently in the same building. But pretty fucking cool. Oh, so it's it's it's this anonymous industrial park in Torrance. And it's where they the curator was telling me that they basically just started buying old Honda's after awhile and collecting shit. And so it's there's there's a row of every accord, most of which have delivery mileage on an eighty four or eighty six that had sixty miles on a wagon van with eighty four miles on it. Yeah. See, that's it. It's like, it's it was great about it is it's meant condition mundane cars, which is not what you. You know, you go to the Peterson you go to any other museum. And it's like amazing cars brilliantly restored, Duisenburg's and shit, and like the car Stirling moss one fucking Lamongan, and whatever. But like, you don't see a fucking Integra with eighty miles on it. You know, f one cars in the background champ cars. Free car. And with the thing that Jill Farren did like two fifty Cal speedway or some shit. But it's the motorcycles up on that balcony there. But with exception if like there's a real time Integra in there, and then one of peer Cunningham's real time and a sexist, but with the exception of that the road cars are ten thousand times more interesting than the race. There's a first gen prelude there an I don't think I've seen. I don't think I've seen any first gen prelude in fucking years. That's that's actually it. Oh, no. It's not it's further in the back in that picture you like that that accord there, right? Sam is not your shit. I Brown or red when I see that shit. It's a cross between like thinking of Jack, Peru. And then thinking if literally every mom, I knew in my childhood, drove drove an accord. Yeah. Somebody's mom always had an accord. Right. That white see that white Acura legend there, the coupe. That's an eighty seven, and it's a V six, and I learned to drive a stick on the stick version of that car, and it was awesome. Hello power. That was very nice. It was like one hundred and eighty five horsepower V six front wheel drive with LSD and would do huge burnouts me. And my friends are just like dumped the clutch in fucking smoke the tires. It was fucking great. But it's cool because that that whole museum it's not open to the public. Right. They open it for car clubs and shit. But it's a secret little trove of special stuff. They don't let anybody see does. Gins CRX prototype. So good. It was it was really cool. It had these like fan blade kind of wheels. That would cool the brakes. It was really neat. All kinds of great little stuff in there. Yeah. It was worth it. It was culture the Toyota museum that is no longer there. Have you been into you ever go in that? What was that? It's basically this. Honestly, I swear to God, take accurate and shit out and put in Toyota's. It's like the first Camry the ten thousand Camry the hundred thousand Camry like, it was a bunch of boring ass cars condition with even less miles. Like, they had a LS four hundred in there like like a ninety or ninety one like a first year car with like six miles on that right there as Toyota and Honda, right? You and I both give shit about a low mile accord because it's kinda rat. And a weird way. You can't put your finger on and no one cares about an eighties. Cameron looking no one. I've found interesting that they're that's actually kind of true. It is true. Because at its core os Hondas are are better more interesting cars than old cameras. That's what's great about old time. That's what's great about Honda. The golden era Honda period. All of their stuff was designed to be even to make mundane. Shit interesting until iota just designed mundane shit to never it was purely mundane and not Monday and slash fund that read they had a red civic. Those was e k which is the square f e F I think per square civic catch the real box that had SI that was like real mint with like those kind of group B looking wheels on it. And it was fun..
"duisenburg" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"And I was walking villainous talking to Matt the Andrea about car related stuff some projects and things like that side note, one of my funnest things coming up this week going to Jay leno's shop to go to the regional set of the tonight show to view uppity. So every every movie we finish we end up over at Leno. Shop Leno gets his crew. And we all sit on the original set of the tonight show, and then amongst the Duisenburg's, and then he projects uppity, which is cool. It's good. It's good. Everyone should have that thing where you go. Oh, it's that point of this third project now that we've finished like, oh now we're going over to leno's. We're going later this week. And it feels like oh this nice water. This is what we get to do. Yeah. The beginning part is transcribing stuff and looking at endless cuts of things and Bubba blonde graphics and posers, now we get to go there. So that's a good thing yet has Leno no Leno seen. It got the greatest. Sent me an Email today saying I said, well, we've been trying to get this going for a little while I said Wednesday by Wednesday will come by about five thirty six o'clock, and he wrote. Okay. And then he went do you like talion sausage? Which I'm guessing is Geico. Yeah. No just means. I'm gonna go eat some Italian sausage and watch just move over Atlanta's in front of the Duisenburg's looking forward to that. Now, I was walking failed after being threatened with shotgun. And I was saying to Matt, oh, you know. Max patta, you're going to have to find my phone, and then you're gonna have to read a tweet. Sorry. A text from it. And I'll tell you in a second. So I was walking. And I was just sort of doing what I always do which is like I can't figure people out. I really can't. I've been had a few go rounds with my nephew. I've had go rounds with other people in my life some of known longtime. I've known a short period of time. And I'm always confounded is to why they don't get it. Appreciate it understand it capitalize on it. Like, why aren't more people sort of understanding where they are how they fit in. And then seeing like, oh my God. This is an opportunity. I mean, the first time I got into k rock. I was like oh my God. This is not pretend I'm not going anywhere. I I'm going to impress the shit out. Everyone around me until they give me a job. Like, I was insane. I had no. Thoughts about I need money or I need prestige or any my own. I need my own office. I didn't need anything other than than to let me show up and work for free. And then I media became rich. I I went from making twelve thousand dollars a year to making five hundred thousand dollars a year in eighteen months, simply by going fuck and work for free. And I'll do whatever I whatever you want me to do all the time. And then I see and other people I so I see other people some some young some known for while some in the family amount of him. I see them. And I think I don't get it. Why aren't they think this way which is not a way that makes like let's make the boss, man. Forget about the boss. My boss man was Kevin Weatherly trip. Reeve? All I wanted them to do is love me. I had no thoughts about, you know, you're not the boss ame-, or I'm gonna show you or here's what I want or I demand respect or whatever. Famously famously after working for free for months, we finally settled on fifty bucks a bit that they would pay me to do bits on their show and famously I said to my buddy race, it should he kept like his path the non successes concert like are they paying you? Are they paying you? Whether they paying you working for free. You're working for free. I said they're paying me fifty dollars a bit. And he's like fifty dollars a pit itself. It's an insult. And I was like I should be paying them. That's exactly what I said. Because I get to be on their air and thing so I was lamenting to Matt Deandra or is like no, MS when he's here in front of find a Lear good, Matt which doesn't mean that finally bad case, it would seem like the opposite would be twelve..
"duisenburg" Discussed on 1170 The Answer
"Answer. Michelle is gonna give you a nice run down on a car calendar. What there is left of it. You're right. Normally, we do this in are you oughta know segment, but we had other things. So we shuffled it around so bringing you up to speed on car calendar items down here in San Diego. You can still go to the Thursday night and Friday night, meet and a Thursdays. It's at the happy days. Car gathering in Rancho San Diego at the Carl's junior on Shah and Fridays in alcohol when it's at the American retro diner on Arnelle avenue next to boot barn. So those are still running, but all the other meats that we have in the summer are all over, and as you know, we had daylight saving. So things are going to be a little different for the calendar. A lot more of museum e type stuff for instance, starting yesterday at the San Diego Aaron Space Museum. They started a new exhibit with the sixty eight. Eight bullet Mustang that was featured in the Steve McQueen movie bullet. So there you go. They got a guy who owns this from the east coast to bring it down for the exhibit. And it's only for a limited time until November nineteenth. It'll be there in belbow park at the San Diego aerospace museum, and they also have a special event on Thursday, November fifteenth that Dave's gonna actually MC, and that is going to be awesome. They're going to have Noli at dinner, but Sean Kiernan the owner of that bullet Mustang will be there to share his story. So that's a museum thing you can do that concerns cars and also the orphans exhibit at the automobile driving museum up in El Segundo is going to happen next Saturday November tenth from ten to two and this is their first ever orphans show. And they want cars that are like auburn's. Kohl's Duisenburg's things that are really old classics and bring those they are expecting. They wanna have something from just about every maker that doesn't exist anymore that has come and gone in US history. I think they really focusing on US history. But if you're interested go to the ADM dot org and get in touch with somebody. If you want to enter yours in that exhibit slash car show. It's a wonderful place to by the way. If you haven't gone, I highly recommend it. So the other thing that's going on in the Los Angeles area is there's a really cool Japanese car only exhibit that's going on at the Peterson called Mona Zicree, creative spirit in Japanese auto making and it is already underway. It started in may of this year. But it's gonna be going through April. Twenty nineteen. And if you want to get a little more info about it and see what kinds of things they'll have in the exhibit Goto Peterson dot org slash J P. And by the way, Peterson is P E T R S E N. All right. That's Wilshire boulevard up in LA in the miracle mile area. And that is another just amazing place. And you're not gonna believe this. But I've never even been in there. They also have vault tours. There's a vault Hagerty sponsoring this at the Peterson where you have to get special tickets to go see the volt, but there's all kinds of things that don't stay on their normal displays Peterson dot org slash vault for that. And yes, you can get discounts. If you're an auto club member. Also coming up I wanted to announce that they NHRA alka finals are coming up in pamona. And that's from the eighth to the eleventh. Dave, and I were going to try to go to press day, but we can't make it. We both have conflicts on our schedules. So we're going to try to Saturday trying to do a double double whammy NHRA in the morning on Saturday and then Parasad speedway for the spot oval nationals at night, it's going to be just another weekend for me. But the only good thing about it is. Nothing. Windshield time, we get to talk a lot if we drive together while you're coming from one I'm coming from the work. Yeah. All right. And then also on the tenth you have east county cruisers. They're doing their car show and toys drive in. That's their sixteenth year. That's out at Bates.
"duisenburg" Discussed on CarCast
"Or your race card. You do change the cap. You change the pressure of your radiator cap. There's no real need to do that. I mean, most people around is running a sixteen pound cap. We'd say, hey, you could go as low as seven pound cap, you know, without any issues and you probably won't notice any difference because cap is reactive to the pressure generated. And if you're only going to generate four or five pounds of pressure, sixteen pound cap is fine. Some people say, well, why don't I go to a four pound cat? Well. Leave a little merging their, you know. Seven pound campus filings. If you did generate four pounds or you may generate enough vapor loose coolant unlikely, but seven pound caps, but no real need to make that change. So you're a Duisenberg guy. Must appreciate leno's. You can probably see his one that got rescued from that garage, just sorta up the street. Literally. Yeah, that house, you know, if you ever see that it wasn't Jay leno's garage back then I just think it was. I don't know MSNBC or some show captured captured at the history channel or something you ever see that one man on rides. Maybe it was. It was funny because I always used to run into Jay at the automotive bookstore that was in Burbank, and he's to hang out there. You guys are. Pick them up on p fifty one deaths from the sky Duisenberg book. And I, it was before you know, before the he'd be sitting around there was a heart a group for hardcore game now that we know this Duisenberg with sitting in this garage with because of earthquake damage to garage door been jammed for years, and it was literally up the street like while Jay, the world's greatest Duisenberg lover second, Mike, but with with what with chat. Like Mike with money, and he was ending in that bookstore every week and not knowing that. I mean, literally down the street and of super unpredictable. I mean, a house that would never have a Duesenberg twelve hundred square foot stucco box in the valley where I grew up and there it is just up the street like two hundred feet away. There's a Duesenberg sitting in the garage, somehow Jay gets wind of it and goes there and prize thing open and left it rebuilt the motor and everything and and put the Evans cooling in, but never painted a restored Rome or or any of that. And I imagine that's one of the rigs that's possesses the Evans cooling. Yes, he's got it in the nineteen thirty. One of course got the green when the blue and if you've seen those right there in a row and you know, it's funny. We check the coolant and every year or two, and I go down there for some. Reason or another, and the coolant looks like it's, you know, they, it's put in, but those cars are just so beautiful there such a work of art, you know. And I know Jay's even said before, sometimes they would take the body off those Duisenburg's because people didn't like them back. Then they were kind of boxy, but looking back, they're just, I think they're just the work of art. I like Mike, I like his reason for going Jay's garage every year. I gotta swing by check the coolant and your Duisenberg. You're going to go there and we just heard on car caz the last twenty years. What are you coming over here? I gotta check the sodas in his cooler..
"duisenburg" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"In Pinellas nine three. Five two We'd love to hear from you Ooh records are. Being set records are being set You know We see, classic cars, you know Ferraris and Lamborghinis and Sometimes Mercedes importers when they sell, at auction and they bring millions and millions of. Dollars it's, it's just pretty, amazing what a Carl bringing you know basically the big the big, thing is going on, last two, weeks over in Monterey And they, just set a new record over their most expensive American car ever sold at auction And the here just to give you an ideal the previous record for an American car sold. At, auction was about. Just under fourteen million dollars back in two thousand sixteen was thirteen point seven five million dollars but here's what just happened last week in nineteen thirty five Duisenberg s j sold a Gooding and company auction just last Saturday for twenty two million dollars made it the, most expensive American car ever sold at auction smashed the previous record of about thirteen point seven five million back, in two thousand sixteen for CSX two thousand the first shell Shelby Cobra built by Carroll Shelby but but but but that Cobra The, Cobra had British roots in it The embark was the Duesenberg. Was the was an all American car And it's pretty interesting the history of it because I guess this Duisenberg s s j This is Jay there were only two of them ever built It was built during dark days twos and Berg they say company was struggling from the combined effects, of, the great. Depression and the. Death of Duisenburg's founder co founder Fred Duesenberg So the company was, being run, by, arid, cord So he had the idea of building to special Duisenburg's and placing them in the hands of Gary Cooper. And Clark Gable most famous celebrities are the day they figured that it would generate enough. Publicity to turn the brand turnaround the. Brands fortunes so the two cars were special speedsters there were. Built on the short and platforms of Duesenberg j And they use their most, powerful, engine that they had available at the time get this a seven, liter supercharged inline eight delivered four hundred horsepower and the result was there were only two s one for Clark Gable and the other one for. Gary Cooper the one that just sold was owned by Gary Cooper he bought it the Salata money back then in the thirties wow he bought it for. The factory cost of approximately five thousand dollars and they say it was a bargain considering. The regular Duesenberg j s were selling. For triple that amount fifteen thousand dollars back in nineteen thirty So anyway set a new record twenty two million dollars For an, American car most ever However at the. Same Monterey, auction same Monterey auction they said another record This time in nineteen sixty two Ferrari two. Fifty GTO it sold for forty eight point four. Million dollars, Saturday night And it broke the world record for the most expensive car ever to be sold at auction Wow That's just amazing and realize there's an a ten percent commission that's added to the top of the price of the. Car so the car sold for, forty four million. Dollars the ten percent commission was four, million four hundred and five thousand forty eight point four million dollars for a. Car Who they're saying that another two fifty GTO was sold privately now. That was a doctor record of, auction to forty. Eight point four they say another two fifty GTO was sold privately earlier this year allegedly allegedly for eighty million dollars I need to get into the floor mat business to the to the CEO of weathertech you know the people that, make, those rubber formats and everything and they say that it's believed that the two fifty GTO the. Most valuable model of a car in the world so far may cross. The hundred, million dollar threshold within the next couple of decades wow. A hundred million dollars for car I guess it makes that Lincoln navigator at one hundred and three thousand see Mike a bargain I guess it does we've got a caller in Tampa let's get to him they'll and Tampa good. Morning, welcome to square talk on cars Good morning radio. Down here okay all. Right got a. Question for. You I'm my. Wife really likes Five Two thousand eighteen Maybe you're all, maybe brand new but I. Sure trouble is I got a two thousand. Eleven, fusion sports yeah Okay Bad that damage the Traded Not a lot because the reality is every single one of those things. Out there has the open, recall and Ford can't seem to get parts to fix. It so you, know it affected a little. Bit you, know there's a lot of dealers that'll put a car with recalled airbags out on their lot for sale Is ruled don't do that but but the cars gotta value in the marketplace like I say. The markets adjusted for it so. I wouldn't consider that a problem in, right now as I said if you're thinking about..
"duisenburg" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio
"The impact i grew up the guy that always wanted to have whatever car that was the next latest and greatest or today i now really spent a lot of time with this up out of the fifties and sixties with the muscle cars kind of my favorites so i certainly enjoy that those eras of cars and want to go to the auction hard thing i have to do is walk away because i want to buy you know one of everything so it's such a growing the oldest well amine doing this program for over twenty years of the collector car hobby has grown significantly i mean just look at the number of television shows now we have the velocity channel devoted entirely to cars and a number of auction companies televise their events and this grown the hobby and we've also seen a change you know quite often we'll have experts on from from kelley blue book or a firm from haggerty would their valuation guide and some younger collectors getting into the marketplace you know they don't want the duisenburg's but they want a lawful robbery or they want an end zone or they wanna have a career gt porsche there's there's all kinds of new folks getting into the hobby which is exciting it really is i just came back to make him walk and and the rest of the module were you know very much in demand and they had you know a lot of the muscle cars and the exotics were all selling very well i'm sure it was a.
"duisenburg" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio
"The i've been in fact i grew up you know the guy that always wanted to have whatever car that was the next latest and greatest or in today i now really spent a lotta time with stuff out of the fifties and sixties with the muscle cars kind of my favorites so i certainly enjoy that those eras of cars and want to go to the auction the hardest thing i have to do is walk away because i want to buy you know one thing so bravo it's such a growing field as well i mean in in doing this program for over twenty years the collector car hobby has grown significantly i mean just look at the number of television shows now we have the philosophy channel devoted entirely to cars and a number of auction companies televise their events and this is grown the hobby and and we've also seen a change you know quite often we'll have experts on from from kelley blue book or firm for haggerty would their valuation guide and some younger collectors getting into the marketplace you know they don't want the duisenburg's but they want a law for our or they want an end zone or they want a career gt porsche there's there's all kinds of new folks getting into the hobby which is exciting it really is i just came back to make him walk and and the rest of the modules were you know very much in demand and they had know a lot of the muscle cars and the exotics we're all selling very well i'm sure it was a very successful thank you for listening to keith visit juicy dot com today it's an brainer a bigberkeywaterfilters the one you need period you need a.