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"johnny moped" Discussed on Talking Mopars

Talking Mopars

07:55 min | 2 d ago

"johnny moped" Discussed on Talking Mopars

"But i'm i'm glad jama story with unum. I know it'd be live. Four goes into podcast but that's update stadium and get off gets put on the punk cat out listen to on little funk keep goodwill forgot what kinda call was at Nineteen sixty five dodge colon. Forty not originally for forty ten package and the funny thing is about it As large as my say nothing long grown men say that too. It's a four door sedan but My into game will say anything. I tried to Kind of make the fastest photos on trudeau's down around you know i can't run with the hell knew how can challenges than anything but you know i shall scale bonded civics and some boys are talks about it months. Thank inch like have done before So yeah accutane tell you what i call it. And it's going to be hard together or something. But hopefully i can see my story on the five s them. Keep up the good work in. Hey nathan thanks for sending in your story man. Yeah funny Before i got to your last message home man. What kind of car is it. So my head. I was trying to figure out. I was like okay. It's kinda three eighteen. Paulie in it. Which is the polish vehicle three eighteen. And i'm thinking okay so it's gotta be you know i. I was guessing and lo and behold your last message let us know what kind of car was how great. thanks nathan. cool story man. hey. I don't care how many wars mope are has. It's still cool in my book. Buddy and i'm all for building sedan. I think more four doors should be purchased and hot rod. you know. Maybe that's just me but they also make great project cars. They're not nearly as expensive as you know. Chargers or kudos or challengers or anything like that and not. Everybody's lucky like johnny moped can get a charger for one hundred boxer even a thousand. I mean even thousand dollars for a charger in nearly any condition is a screaming deal in today's market man. So i'm all for it. I actually am really curious to see what ends up happening with your cornet. So keep me updated on your project but he thanks for sending in your story. I just love getting stories from listeners. Who tell me that they learn. Something on my podcast. Because i'm no mopeds expert. I'll be the first to admit that so. I like to think of it as a learning experience for everybody you know. Even if you're mo- par guru maybe at some point along the the duration of this podcast you know for however many years ago. Maybe you'll learn something. I just love hearing stories about people that you know. Learn something from the show you know even if it's something small i think that's great. I love hearing. That people listened to the podcast while they're out in their shops or in their garage or out in the yard. You know in their car port working on their mo- pars and they're listening to me. Talk about mope ours. That's awesome to me. I love it. And i really love it when you guys call and share your stories and even when you email your stories. I'm just horrible reading. And that's the only reason why. I prefer you guys calling in but thanks man. I really appreciate it. I can tell that you're a mope aren't and that everybody that you know all the listeners stories that i get i can hear the enthusiasm for mo- pars in your guy's voice much like i mean i've had people tell me all we can really hear how much you love mo- pars liking here the same thing you guys and it makes doing this podcast so rewarding because i know that i'm not the only lunatic out there. That's obsessed with mope pars so that's cool man appreciate you sending in the story nathan. Keep me updated on your project. Thanks for sending in your story. Our next listener story comes to us from a familiar to the show. And the reason why i called this gentleman of familiar is because he has the talking mo- parts record for most voicemails left and that is our friend tad tad is back. Let's hear what tad has to say this time around all right chris. I said in an email that i wouldn't Be leaving voicemails and soon got less than twenty four hours and it's a tad just listened to the podcast again and Yeah i just wanted to thank you for sharing. My stories embarrassed i but I was like you know what. I'm gonna own this my life. This is all the stuff that i've done and cars. I've had and honestly after listening to to get a realized how much i had forgotten until i started listening to your podcast and other people stories and realizing how involved in cars and working on cars and all that but i have been Anyway i wanna thank you for that As i was listening. I i really started out air cooled volkswagen back when i was like twenty one twenty two. I got sixty six bus but Reminded me of volkswagen story What else twenty four. I worked at a volkswagen shock. Allah restored did regular maintenance and stuff. I remember closing up one day and the phone rings and i answer it. This guy is like hey you guys filed cars or whatever it okay what do you what do you got. He's like oh. I have this sixty four. Volkswagen bus have to get rid of and moving. It has to be gone. And i was like wolves it in good condition or what kind of conditions of them. Well that hasn't been driven for about two weeks but Other than that. It's in pretty good shape so close the shop up at our shop. Trump was truck was a Sixty seven single cab So i hopped in that thing and through the tow bar in the back drove suttles. Fifteen twenty minutes to this guy's house. And i mean there's this a sixty or kombi You know look like they've been driven yesterday but I get their open up the engine compartment and engine was pretty dusty and and there's no way of looking at the engine and in the last two weeks so anyway i stand up guys like i'll take one hundred bucks. I have to move tomorrow. So i i think that thing up until at home Ended up keeping it for a few months. And then i sold it but Just just knowing. Now that those waltz wagons are going for i i can say that i i got one hundred dollars i just again remembering some of those old times and memories that i haven't got a volkswagen bus for a hundred bucks as well Anyway chris again. I appreciate your podcast. Ah it's awesome listening to it. I still have to get used to hear my voice but Yeah i even listening to my own voice telling my story it brings back a lot of memories and last and giggles and and Yeah i appreciate it. Thanks so much. Chris Talk to buy a to add. Welcome back buddy. I'm glad that you know hearing the podcast brings back memories and you know of good times and laughs and things like that that makes them that really just makes me happy to hear things like that man. It really does. And you know it's funny. You say getting used to listening to your voice. How do you think i feel. You know what i mean. I hate listening to my own. Voice it sucks but you know it is It comes with the territory. I guess but i do appreciate you as a listener. You know you talking about volkswagen's in this is a mo- podcast tad but i'm gonna let it slide. This time because i have something to admit.

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"johnny moped" Discussed on Talking Mopars

Talking Mopars

04:45 min | 5 d ago

"johnny moped" Discussed on Talking Mopars

"Glossed over the two hundred dollar three forty you know. Every time i see at three forty. It's at least four figures you know thousand bucks and up Two hundred bucks for a three forty is a steel. You know what i mean. I don't think anybody would argue with that. Except for maybe johnny moped because he gets all his cars for under a hundred bucks but Very cool man You did mention something about you. Know part of your job is your going to places that a lot of people. Just don't see everyday you know tucked away neighborhoods and things like that atten being a garbage man. That's one of the best parts of might that is the best part of my job. Also that and what's funny is a lot of my friends at work. Know that i love so much that i i mean multiple times a week. I have guys sending me pictures of cars. They see on their routes in a couple of guys newer drivers. So they're not used to all the routes so they're seeing all these cars some of the routes. I have done apparently. Because i haven't seen some of these cars and so it's it's really cool getting the messages from my buddies at work. Like hey seeing this or check this one out. So that's that's the best part about having a job where you're not stuck in an office or even in a shop all day you know the good thing about people's trashes you're out and about and you get to see you know these cars tucked away so that's a good thing for me but You know it's not the cleanest or or best smelling job but it pays the bills and buys me a little bit of mo- par stuff you know what i mean but great stories man Like i said. I think you absolutely have the record for most voice messages. Ever left on talk. You mo- pars and that is perfectly okay. I am not mad annoyed or anything. I thought it was great. I thought it was funny. Hand for all of you listening out there. Take take a page out of tad's book. It is okay to leave me multiple voice messages. And you don't even have to worry about saying anything about it. Just leave the messages. You know as long as i can see whose number it is. So i can't see names or anything like that but if i see the same number i know it's you it's all right you don't have to. You don't have to warn me about another message or anything. Although i thought that was funny to add it really made me laugh man But just don't feel don't feel bad for leaving me multiple voice messages. Enjoy it you know why. Because it's less reading that i have to. Do you know once. I get one story out and i read it and it wasn't a train wreck that tells me that the rest are going to be trained wrecks because i just after a couple of 'em just beat i just cannot read. I don't know what it is but anyways thank you so much for sending in your stories. That was a fun. That was a fun twelve message extravaganza tad but if you have any more stories feel freeman you know the number two zero nine twenty eight mo par.

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"johnny moped" Discussed on Talking Mopars

Talking Mopars

02:52 min | 5 d ago

"johnny moped" Discussed on Talking Mopars

"You know. Technically last tuesday. The tenth of november marked the one year anniversary of the podcast. So i actually owe a big thank you to you. Some of you guys have been with me from episode one. You've witnessed the evolution of this podcast from the very beginning. You've witnessed my successes and my setbacks you've listened to my rants might bad jokes and maybe you've learned to along the way no matter how long you've been listening to the podcast. Thank you for listening the truth. Is i do this podcast. Even if nobody was listening. But you guys all make it worth it so thank you very much. It's actually crazy for me to think that everyday people all over the planet listened to talking mo- parts that is insane to me but before we get to show on the road. I have to shout out to every listener. Everyone who has ever sent me their mo- par story to share on the show. Everyone who has ever shared their stories via of my voicemail. All the people who have reached out to me just to say that they enjoy the show and a very special. Thanks to all my guests that have been gracious enough to come on the show and tell us they're mo- par stories and have a good time so special. Thanks to chuck in matt mcmurray of hemi pages dot com and build mo- par dot com johnny moped par blake anderman of diy hemi dot com but clube of cortec kappa club. And my pal mike coffee. Also i can't forget to thank rob kibi from the muscle car place for having me on episode number four forty of a show. That was fun. There are so many people that i could sit here and thank but you to know that if you have supported me in this podcast in any kind of way. Thank you so much for the support. My friends my family. My wife my daughter. Thank you guys for. Just showing me love and support. It really means a lot to me. And the reach of this podcast. You know has spanned the globe. And that's an accomplishment in and of itself and that wouldn't be possible without all of you so a big thank you to every single one of you out there and podcast land. Thank you so much for listening. You're probably wondering what i'm doing for this first anniversary episode. And i'm gonna to be honest here and say that i really had no special plans for it. I can tell you that. I have been promising to catch up on listeners stories and being a man of my word. That's what we're going to be doing here today. But not before the usual suspects of project car of the week and high performance parts. And you know we'll close show with a bunch of listeners stories. So i also want to say that before we shut the showdown. I do have a special announcement that you won't wanna miss. So let's get this show on.

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"johnny moped" Discussed on Talking Mopars

Talking Mopars

05:18 min | 2 months ago

"johnny moped" Discussed on Talking Mopars

"Now I'll send you a picture of it. Yes. Any pictures I will like we did last time for the Promo Snuff semi some pictures you'd like to see up there I'll pick one. Yeah. Okay. That'll be sounds good but all right. Well thanks for listening as usual Johnny. Thanks for joining me as usual. It's always fun man I love talking. You think it's always a great time. This guy's got so many stories I mean. I wouldn't be surprised if you had as many stories as new cars. I, guess every car is a story but next year I. Don't know man I feel like. I can run out eventually no China. What what cars have we not talked about yet. Who We've mentioned them all. Probably Yeah I mean. I don't know that they're big stories you know but like the sixty nine. Juries, I just told you. Now one of them was a well, we'll leave for some other. Like. Hanger Cliffhanger with Johnny Mope. Are? All right everybody that's it. Thanks for listening and we'll catch you next time. This is going to be another two part episode, Johnny Mo Barn. I like to talk for two hours at a time because it's so fun and Johnny Johnny's entertaining I. Usually I just sit back and listen to the stories and interject every few minutes just to make sure everybody knows I'm still alive. So, this has been fun. As you always have a good time and thanks for having me on man absolutely anytime reach out and Johnny and I have something special that we're going to be doing here pretty soon. So look forward to that. I'm not gonNA tell anybody about it right now johnny isn't either. We're going to be doing these a lot more often I'll say that. Folks. Part. Left behind. We'll see next time. Thanks Johnny. All Right Sia Chris. Thanks for joining Johnny Mo Par for part two of this installment of direct connections. I love these shows because I love to talk mo parts with other enthusiasts and it's always a great time. With my friends like Johnny. So thanks to him for coming on the show once again. But before we put our foot to the, would I wanNA answer a couple of questions from last week that were sent to Johnny and I on facebook while we were doing the show, we try to answer one on the show but didn't have the answer well today I have. The answer I will start off with John Turner's question and he asked Johnny and this I have one, thousand, nine, Hundred Seventy Plymouth sport fury three, eighty, three, my car has occurred back window, but I have seen the same year with a bubble style back windows. Well, my question is was that an option of some sort or maybe just a difference between late year versus. And if so which which Josh I did a little digging and realized that I was having a brain fart during the show and I was actually thinking of the earlier fastback theories, not the nineteen seventy. So the difference between your car and the others is simple in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, there were two styles of roof lines..

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"johnny moped" Discussed on Talking Mopars

Talking Mopars

05:55 min | 2 months ago

"johnny moped" Discussed on Talking Mopars

"Let's see if anybody responded because I basically said, hey, ask us anything just to see if anybody wanted to reach out and. Interact with Johnny moped and myself on today's episode. Let's see what we got here. Heart, we got one. That's a start. We'll take a look here. This is from Turner. He says, I have a nineteen seventy. Plymouth Sport Fury Three, eighty three. My car has a curved in back window but I have seen the same year with a bubble style back windows. Well, my question is was that an option of some sort or maybe just a difference between late year versus early, and if so which is which that's a good question I'm trying to think in my head. So that would just. With two versions of fury's was there a fast bat in regular I might have been I think because he said it was a sport for fury, right? Yeah. So maybe there's a difference between the sport fury and just a standard. Very. There there is a rare version and they did it in seventy and they did it in seventy one and it's He said his was a three eighty, three car. Our Canary Three, eighty, three, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy. Back Window. Man. I would have to I have a buddy Steve Last. Night S Value E is a C. body nut. Yeah, this guy knows everything about see bodies I'd have to get back to them on it. I don't know off the top of my head, but it wouldn't surprise me because like we just talked about the ranch chargers earlier you know all these weird little things that Chrysler did that You may not even know existed you know unless you have on. Yeah because nineteen seventy was the first year the rapid transit system. And Gosh, I'm trying to. Trying to go through all the stuff in my head because I did a lot of research about the sport fury for that episode I just didn't dive as deep as I wanted to because I didn't have the time. Yeah. But I know that there's the sent a picture of it by chance he didn't send a picture I'm picturing. The rapid tr, the the I'm picturing sport fury GT in my head. That's you know that's what I'm thinking of that one. And went all the way round down the sides of the car. Yeah. Let me I'm just gonNa Google it really quick I just WanNa see pictures of this thing. Nineteen seventy..

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"johnny moped" Discussed on Talking Mopars

Talking Mopars

04:40 min | 2 months ago

"johnny moped" Discussed on Talking Mopars

"Welcome to episode number forty nine in another installment of direct connections returning to the show to talk mo parts with me for the third time as our friend. Johnny Mo par when Johnny. Nighthawk Mo- parts. We have a good time and sometimes we get a little amped up. So know that there is some colorful language in this episode that may be unsuitable for younger listeners or those sensitive to bad words. So without further ado if are. You are in the right place. Don't go anywhere. You're tuned into the best moment theseus driven podcast on planet Earth and I'm your host Chris Albrecht better known as the Mope one hundred and this is talking, Mo- pars direct connections. and. You're listening to talking. With the car hunter, your direct mention all things. Ladies and gentlemen. Once again for direct connections, we have our friend Johnny moped. This is the third time Johnny's been on the show Johnny. It's always a pleasure to have you on the show buddy how you doing. I'm doing really good Chris and yourself. I'm doing great man. You know just hanging in there we got wildfires all over the west coast right now. So air quality is poor but in the in the studio here we're doing. Okay. So Perfect for an episode of talking mopus direct connections with Johnny Marr once again. Now. Johnny you and I were just talking off air about. The Ram chargers and something unique about him that I didn't know about. Tell us kappa. So. Probably, about eleven years ago when I bought my duster I'm trying Oh. This guy was he reclaimed bumpers and he was up in the high desert area down here in southern California. Anyway I took my roadrunner bumpers, Mike Cornet Bumpers, and my seventy to charge to him to get recruit and then. Long Story. Short we be assing he added duster there. That was just a shell. I won't get into that story. We'll save that for another time, but I bought this dust off of them. But something else he and he had a lot of cool stuff. He had like himmy roadrunners, GT axes like this guy had. The bomb stuff the good stuff right because if I desert..

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"johnny moped" Discussed on Talking Mopars

Talking Mopars

07:03 min | 2 months ago

"johnny moped" Discussed on Talking Mopars

"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 it's pretty wild. It's got a seventies bubble porthole window side pipes, and crackers, and on the inside all you can really see is a wall that has some speakers built into it, but the van appears to be in really good shape. I'm actually wondering where this man is. Now I'm hoping that it's not rotting away some Hollywood movie prop car law because it's a pretty cool van and even rolling up the band sounds good and it's really just an attention grabber the perfect Buggy van for an accenture drug dealer like rose. I like the van it is a bit too wild looking for me as far as the paint scheme or rap. Whichever it actually is, but it's definitely cool and it's always fun to see mo parts in movies and this van really stood out to me since it's probably the coolest custom Dodge van seen in a movie for at least a few decades but it's refreshing to see these things still out there and I would be really depressed. If I never saw another custom van again. So here's what I'm GonNa do I'm going to build my own and it's GonNa take me a while but I that's my plan and who knows maybe might end up in a movie someday you never know but that was high-performance parts the nineteen seventy four to nineteen seventy-six, custom dodge boogie. Van In American ultra. This week, we have two boys males for listeners stories. The first one comes to us from Dustin Williams in West Virginia. Here is Dustin Story. Here. I've been listening to the show here for a couple days now worked as. One of missed the most. from West, Virginia just WANNA. Let you a move bar story and last year I think that but twenty eleven charger while our Ford dealership, it's an Rt.. Actually Governor Right now love the car. Dealership that was working they weren't real pressure though because have a crack. Actually, I sent my number for this car and Chrysler Yard he will go. Pro Archaic Much. they were only thirty six. Nathan. Around on that. So I started listening greatness and everything and. Got to the point where I can have an old car. But the money I don't think it in the U.. Twenty eleven monetarily driver so got looking around and maybe. Twenty minutes from my house Nicky eight Dortmund. I knew about years ago. And I picked it up her thirty seven hundred bucks a month like an olive green. Any one of. Backwards your submarine. and. It was the lead around the you can do the grill, the number one. three. So. Picked up the February. Red. Reggie vets, but pick that up. More. Than ever does a great game. The thing that it starts to good deal caveats carbone and. But? Many started on. Edmund Editors. Melissa. Of. Third down into the in three emmy idea for the Dr Name using that Macarena that I have. No cut in the Hon, they just boggles on their backwards so. if I get the gym three Hemi in their natural somebody. You put out definitely GONNA be appraised O.`Neil. the. Solid for being even only K-. Not Not a good a good solid starter there already go down almost on way to modal was the Patriot against. NAP At one green light rain, Palette? Mate? Thank. A Dustin thanks for calling in sharing your story I really dig the Hemi cars with all wheel drive. The Cherokee RTA tes the all wheel drive chargers. You know I'm curious how many all wheel drive charges with him he's were made because they are awesome cars and for me being in Washington state with all sorts of crazy weather on all-wheel-drive Hemi charger would be very, very cool daily driver I. Think it's great that you have a modern Mo- par that is low production and that you went and found yourself a cool sixty eight dark for project. Car, you know me buddy I'm a huge advocate for old mo- parts of modern Hemingway's the old engines are awesome too. But I you know it's always fun to say that you have Hemi. Even if the modern Gen three hemmings don't actually have traditional hemispheric combustion chambers who cares keep us posted on the projects Dustin and if you do end up going with the Gen three, Hemi be sure to check out DIY DOT COM and soak up some knowledge and maybe even get some of the parts you need. Don't forget to tell them that I sent you. I'm really excited to see other MO- parentheses becoming more open, minded swapping in these newer hemmings. I think it's only gonNA. Help convince the aftermarket that there is a huge huge surge in popularity for the swap and when that happens parts are going to be more available, and hopefully we'll be able to benefit from cheaper prices down the road. anyways. Thanks again. For sharing your story with US Dustin love hearing stories like that. The next voice mail was sent in by our friend Hemi bill in response to win Johnny moped was on the show sharing some knowledge about the super bird with us. Hemi Bill had some knowledge of his own to drop that I found very interesting. So let's hear what Hemi Bill has to say. Hey. Tammy I just listened to your latest podcasts talking Johnny Art and I just remember learn eastern supervisor. Trivia. Wonder if review to heard of this.

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"johnny moped" Discussed on Talking Mopars

Talking Mopars

01:35 min | 3 months ago

"johnny moped" Discussed on Talking Mopars

"I got this charger to needs all this work but. I never worried about that man I always I always figured. I could always sell it. You know and I did I mean most of the time when I sold them? It was By another car by different cars so Yemen, that's just the way it is but I think that's a Mo- par thing I think. Is just. Because there's so many cool. MOPE bars. You kind of want one of everything that you're interested in and for me it's every. So that's yeah that's going to be a problem for me financially. No. Problem for me to. You don't know how much shit I get from my friends. Don't you sell all of them and build one nice one. Shut up. All right johnny once again Johnny moped. We'll talk again soon. All right buddy. Sounds Good Chris, you take their. Later, no Mo par left behind folks sir. Boom thanks to my friend Johnny Mo part for joining me on these last two episodes I always enjoy talking about parts with my friends. But before we put the pedal to the metal here, I want to remind you to go check out build par dot com as of right now, the moped theseus votes have been tallied for the last two rounds. Of the build moped project and we the people have chosen a nineteen, sixty eight.

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"johnny moped" Discussed on Talking Mopars

Talking Mopars

04:59 min | 4 months ago

"johnny moped" Discussed on Talking Mopars

"On planet earth and I'm your host Chris Albrecht. Better known as the moped hunter and this is talking Mo- pars direct connections. You're listening to talking. With the MO car hunter your direct mention. All things. Ladies and gentlemen once again back on talking Mo- pars, my friend, and yours johnny moped Johnny. Welcome back to talking about Bart's buddy. Thanks for joining me. Thanks for having me Chris it was last time. Look forward to doing it again. Absolutely any time. It's always a good time when we get myself johnny moped on and. This was a last minute. You know Johnny reached out to me and said, Hey, what are you doing? I said I'm trying to figure out what this week's podcast is going to be about and he saved the day. So we're going to talk more bars and have a good time. So Johnny from what I understand, you have some trivia for me. I do kick it off in talks privy there. All right. We'll drop some knowledge on these folks. So my Buddy John Jones right the guy that I got. A general mayhem from. the guy that's painted my coronet. He's gotTa pay my seventy two charger that I didn't want Anyway good buddy. He's a he's a body and paint guy awesome. fabricator he's had the. Privilege of working on super birds and Daytonas. Before the fact, John's one of those kind of guys that can just build shit on his own right he doesn't need to buy the parts and he won't. He won't spend the money. He'll build his own nose weighing and everything. ANYWAYS buddy. His had a super that he restored. He painted and he took like like, I guess, like a Stencil of all of the panels so that he can remake them. You know. So like blade paper over the nose, let's say stenciled it. So he has the right dimension so he could cut his own sheet metal and make his own nosecone, make his own weighing all the brackets and stuff like that. He's got all that stuff. But anyway, one of the cool things he told me that I never knew. Case. So you know a seventy super bird. The nose on that car, the fenders on that.

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Talking Mopars

02:39 min | 6 months ago

"johnny moped" Discussed on Talking Mopars

"You kind of understand these guys because a lot of them. You know there's. The types of Mo- par guys that are really open and really want to show you everything they have because it's so cool. There's the guy have been insulted so many times by the people low balling them off. What are you GonNa do with that? I'll give you three hundred bucks for that super. Bird, you know after a while that's gotta get annoying. I know my hat. Sitting on one side of the fence, I could go okay. Maybe I'm the guy who has a nineteen seventy super burden I've had it since new or close to new and. It is the. Best thing I have in my life, you know the one thing that I know has extreme amount of value and I love it. And I could never rebuild it, but I could never let it go because I know that that is the treasure of my life, and everybody's always offering you. You know a couple of hundred bucks. I don't blame them. Of course sitting on the outside. I'm like get the car fixed. You know what I mean, but I think to myself if I had that car and I didn't have the means to have it fixed, but I knew that I had it. I. I can relate to those types of people, but on the other hand I'm a you know. No are left behind. Guy Saved the car. Let somebody save it. Maybe they'll let you drive it when they're done. You know so I kind of Jump on both sides of the fence, but I do like knowing that they're still out there. I love those kinds of stories in yeah, you know I wish I could get those types of people on the podcast to talk to him to get inside their head. The you know, see what their thought processes, and I know one of these days. I'M GONNA. Get somebody like that on the show, and it's going to be really interesting, but I love stories like that and like you're saying. You know you go to these guys for to buy parts and some of them. You know it's one way or the other. They either open their entire. Mope our worldview and you're just astonished at what they have or they're. You Know Barn door that far open in their. Reasons. That's. You know I'm not surprised by either one of those stories I'm sure every Mo- par guy who on done that kind of stuff. Has Stories just like that. You know what I mean like Johnny moped, telling me about guys got card buried in pods in his yard. I'm like what kind of? Okay. Nothing's. rolled. You're like me though you and just enjoy seeing it, you know it's. I have so much respect for any shape and condition. Just for someone to allow me to take a look at their their collection, their their their treasures..

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"johnny moped" Discussed on Talking Mopars

Talking Mopars

10:46 min | 6 months ago

"johnny moped" Discussed on Talking Mopars

"But this is in an inverted picture of the car. So you see that fender that is it is that is a sixty nine fender. That is it. Looks like it's. I don't know if this video adverts or not because I've seen that but this is actually. The picture is on the driver's side but the driver's side is sixty eight. That's what I put on the car. A red sixty eight sixty nine on the other side so funny. Well there you go folks something you don't know and hopefully we can get this video online. But so you guys can actually see what Johnny's Talia but now you have to make a video of it to trinity the research because I gotta be honest. I haven't looked into. I know that the audio records but I'm not sure how to get the video out. Okay I think it automatically records but I'm not sure so hopefully hopefully we don't lose the video. Hopefully we got this video but All right so that's general mayhem. That's a I've been wanting to get that story out there for a while because I know you've told him before online but about getting a story out where you actually can hear someone tell it. It's always better than just reading facebook post so on all people. Now people know the origins of general mayhem and that card just magically appear Freiburg's place. Okay with Johnny moped. I before that it was in a pod On guy's property. I mean you have to go. I'M GONNA listen to this podcast again. It just think about that because that it just that just seems like something. A moped guy would do. Yes yes endorsement. We'd better bury these things. That's awesome all. We've talked about that all the time you know. I've told John is like yeah. What you really need is. Because he's talked about burying cars like burying underground code enforcement. Would know it's like well. You need a hill. If you had a hill then you could carve out a cave and put all your car's in the air and the brush over it or whatever you know. I never really thought about that. I'll contact the cities and get a hold of some of those guys because I'm sure they see some cars. I never really thought about that. Might be a good way to find cars as code enforcement. I I have a story. Hey we got time. What Story Johnny? All right well. It's not my story to buddy of mine story but Somewhere out here. This guy had like one hundred cars or something like that and code enforcement nailed him and it was going to abate all his or he had abated it. They call it abated vehicles. That's the crime. It's abated vehicles. Basically a bunch of nine running cars in your property. I think he had a hundred. And so my buddy my buddy Eric. He lived next door to this guy that was a tow truck driver for triple A. And or maybe contracts with AAA. I don't know how that works. But anyways he tells them as like I do. Disguise got one hundred cars. We're all going in there. Like a bunch of tow trucks and tow all of these cars out and they're all going to the crusher going to the junkyard in he says one of them is a sixty-nine. Polara police car A real police car like black and white was a California Highway Patrol car. And he says it's got a big block in it you know or he. He didn't know but my buddy was like it's probably big block. He's like yeah. I want the motor out of that thing. tree at fallen on the car so the roof was crushed on it. I guess so He's like well. How much and he's like. I think you pay two or three hundred bucks for the car. So the David Truck driver goes to the property. You know there's a bunch of these tow trucks in there all grabbing cars and they're leaving instead of taking the Polara to the bone yard or the crusher. Whatever he takes to my buddy's house gets the two hundred bucks and then it goes back to hauling other cars out of there. I don't know what else was in the yard. Par but my buddy pulls the four forty out of the car and then he's got this sixty nine. Pereira Black and white cop car with the roof crush on it and he's in a housing tract living at his grandma's grandma and GRANDPA's place and no room. No backyard no side access. It's like get rid this thing. So what does he do? He pushes it down the street and around the corner and just abandons the car until you know a cop by or something sees abandoned car and then they told the car off and of course it gets crushed so later on. He ended up putting that for forty in his sixty nine roadrunner. But you know he'll tell you now he's like yeah what was. I think you. Why do I keep that car? That was that a real California Highway Patrol car. You know so very cool. The that's a Gosh I sometimes. I wonder like I've been to an auction. That was pretty cool A guy locally named pence bar and he's a local legend is far as Mo Parts. Go and the auction was crazy. I've never seen him. Oh Park collection as big as his. And I don't know if I'll ever see one that big again. I have all sorts of pictures from that thing but I couldn't help but wonder while I was at that auction. I wonder how many collections like this exists that nobody knows about publicly. You know what I mean that I mean Ben was mean he sold parts in. You know he was everybody in the. Mo- par in the local Parson to me in the northwest knew who he was. I'm wondering how many of those guys exists. You know. Stay reclusive that just go to the swap meets in one on by these parts. And just don't tell anybody in what's happened to these collections. You know so. I've been saying for a while. I just need to save up. You know a lot of money. So that auctions come up because I've seen a couple where I wish I could have attended just to get one. I got one thing from that auction. I told myself I was like all right. I've got a little bit. Got a little bit of money but I don't have enough to buy a car but I'm GonNa pick something in this. Collect if you look at the pictures that I have. I have him on the moped hunter page. He had so much stuff like ten. Lifetime's worth of probably what I'll ever have that. He had a couple Air Cleaner leads the coyote duster air cleaner Apparently of Hemi cars and I was was burnt up in the other. One was a little Patina and a little ratty and I was like I want that one. It was lot number one. I think it was one of the first lots that actually got auctioned off and I was like all right you know. This is probably the only time I've ever going to attend a moped auction like this. I'm Ryan I'm leaving here with a souvenir and I want that so I told myself I've got. I've got a lot of money and I'm willing to burn it just to have that. And I got into a bidding. War was guy who had a lot more money than me. I actually I. I mentioned something about that online. He was like oh I was the guy who was bidding against the other one because I was getting greedy. I was like I'm buying this one and the next one. You didn't buy the other one. I spend a little too much by the first. The man I understand. Why the cars at Barrett Jackson mecum why they go for so much sometimes because even with little things you know when you're only spending a few hundred bucks you know they get into that bidding and you're winning the bid and then also on some guy raises his hand. You're like oh you're trying to take something out from and then it becomes a bidding war and it's like A. It's a high that I can't explain Kat. It's getting rich because I probably would've said how much for everything right right but yeah those I wonder how many collections like that exists. Many more options. We're going to see in the future. Well and a lot of that stuff doesn't go to auctions you know There was well that GTS that. I bought from my coffee few years ago. I think he said that the guy had passed away and his so the wife was getting rid of all this stuff and I don't know was buddies of Mike ahead found this lady and he was buying some other kind of car an oldsmobile. Or whatever something else and it's like. Hey you know you knows Mike's into or so he's got a couple of Mo- pars over here and so Was there and he had some O- pars you know you'll have to get the story from Mike but but basically this guy passed on and he had a handful of cars and it wasn't a huge collection but I think it was five or six cars or something like that and one of them was this weekend. Gts that just you know. I think it's been sitting there from the eighties. The three forty got plucked out of the Trans was gone. But the car just sat there and cooked you know paint saw pretty much cooked on it but had nice Patina to it. You know And then I have some Danish friends that They bought a firebird From somebody and so long story short because they're in Denmark. This guy brought the fiber to my house to park here and then it's going to go over to Denmark right when the guy comes to bring the car he's like. Oh yeah this guy. This guy passed away. He had whole collection of cars and he starts showing me on his cell phone. He's like yeah. Check out. You know these cars one of them's a seventy charger. R T I think it was a four forty four speed plum crazy purple like restored but it was just kicked dust like the car had been sitting for five or ten years and this fiber was the same way in he. Had you know he wasn't like into any particular brand he had a bunch of cars but Yeah passed away. The wife's like just get rid of you know it never went to auction. This guy somehow got hooked up with her and was like. I'll help you sell these cars. And so they started selling these cars off and I'm not even sure where where they posted him. But my Danish friends bought the firebird. I think there's a lot of them out there. It goes a lot of guys out there like that. There definitely is.

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"johnny moped" Discussed on Talking Mopars

Talking Mopars

12:18 min | 6 months ago

"johnny moped" Discussed on Talking Mopars

"My guest for today. Johnny moped Johnny. How's IT GOING BUDDY? Good man how're you doing Chris? Good Buddy thanks for joining me on talking Mo- pars. You are a frequent story contributor and I appreciate that a lot and I kind of wanted to get a little bit deeper into your history with moe par. You know I'm always curious to hear people's stories but one aspect of the stories that I really enjoy hearing is how people got started with Moat Parts. So why don't you take us back to the beginning and tell us how you're Mo- par journey started? Well Man I would have to say it was just sort of around me. You know. I didn't really seek it out. It was sort of their my mom's cars her that I grew up in a seventy two charger which I still have to this day. I'm working on trying to get back together for her Back in eighty two my dad well back way up My Dad had a sixty nine or sixty eight dodge charger. Forty four spe- Dana bitching car back. When I was a kid He blew up the motor. It sat when we moved to southern California from northern California. He sold the car off and then we lived with my grandfather for about a year while they saved money to buy their own house and then he went out searching for another charger so he found a sixty eight dodge charger. Which is the Blue Half Today? So in eighty two so as a kid. I grew up on the dukes of Hazzard so That was a huge contributor to. I would say chargers. At least you know Back then it wasn't really like Mo par just I love chargers chargers were my thing and I I got bit by that bug and then I'd say in high school I just happen to have a really close buddy. I mean a friend that I made that was also into Mo- PARSE. His Dad had runners and so he kinda grew up as a plymouth guy and I kind of grew up as a dodge guy. And then that kind of just solidified. The whole Mo- part thing I think from that point on it Kinda spread into other Mo- party now where it was just a Mo part thing but very so your fam- your family were more people or is that just kind of happenstance. I think it was happenstance. I think you know my grandfather had an old dodge pickup Swept LINE LIKE A. I think it was a sixty two three or four something like that. He had a seventy two dodge and it was just. He wasn't necessarily like a hardcore dodge guy or anything just had it. You know My Dad was kind in everything. And even today. He's kind of an everything guy. He's he's more of The old school hot water like loves old Ford Body styles with you know Chevy. V8's 'em but when he got that charger the first one it was He was working at a mechanic shop. He's he was a mechanic by trade and a customer came out from Texas and I guess he blew He. He blew the transmission or blue. The motor or something. Something went wrong with the car. Car was a couple years old or so is financed and the guy just abandoned. The car and my dad worked on fixing it at this shop and the bank. He talked to the bank about buying the car so he ended up buying the car From the bank while this other guy just like abandoned it basically so and I think that sort of solidified for him as far as that's a bad ass car and then why he went out to go buy another one to replace it years later Mary cool so it sounds to me like you've actually kept some of these heirloom cars in the family. Was that like. I'm never getting rid of these cars. These cars are staying around or is it just that it you know. Maybe they're in the project or what Well like my dad's car is definitely needing some love I'm probably not gonNA restored anytime soon. It's not bad enough to restore it. It's definitely rough but I kinda WANNA leave at a ratty muscle car and get it together. My Mom's car had painted and you know putting it together Nice. It's not going to be like some. You know show cards just going to be a nice driver basically But Yeah I'll never sell those. You know a lot of my friends my close friends know I have this I call it the the ring system so I might go through this eventually. Or there's probably guys that have gone through this. You go through these stages where you have so much stuff and you start to think to yourself I need. I have too much. I gotta let go. I'll never finish these. I don't have time for him. Or whatever right and if you're like me and you know you got a lot of cars I know there's a lot of Mo- par guys that have tons of them maybe ten or maybe it's a hundred right so you decide. I gotta get rid of some. What do you do? It's kind of overwhelming. So my ring system. Is You have the cars at the core in the that. You will never get rid of like you. Just put those cars into that area and you don't wrap your head around those because it'll just never happen you know and then you start plotting the cars out to the outer rings till you get to the point where your least loved cars on the most outer ring and you just wrap your head around that one car. Can I get this cargo? Do I WANNA get rid of? It doesn't make sense and then you know. Let the cargo or you decide you. Don't WanNa let it go in he. If you can't let that cargo you know every other car on the inside of that ring is not going to get gone either. You know so. Yeah those cars are at my core. Have my high school car. My Dad's charger. My Mom's charger at sixty coronet. Just been around too long to you. Know it's been through too much with me that I'll probably never get rid of that. One either saw. Gosh okay so we already can tell that you have a lot of parts but before we get into how many you have. Can you tell us about you? Why don't you tell us about the way that rings system I've never actually heard of it? Conceptualize like that but I know that there are a lot of guys that think like that. So it's interesting. How you put it into a thought form as far as you know how you think about it. Because I don't think a lot of people actually thought of it like that but now that I think about like my to mow parts are the two. I are the first to classic mopeds that I've ever bought because I've always wanted classic parts never been in a position never had the money and then finally had enough change scraped up that I could do it and now that have every time I think about getting rid of 'em Always look into the future and I go. You know what I'm going to regret getting rid of the first cars that got my hands on. Yeah and I. I'm not willing to make that sacrifice not yet anyway. It would have to be for something that I want even more but so far. That hasn't come up yet but so I liked. I liked the ring concept. I'M GONNA. I'm GONNA remembered that I wrote it down. Good share it. I'm sure there's people that can use it. 'cause I came up with because I had to I. I kinda got to a point. We were living here. we've got about an Acre so had the space had the room and we were looking at buying a house. This was a couple years back. Actually I've been through this a couple of times so a couple of years ago. We're looking at buying another house smaller property I would have had to downsize. You know and it's like I mean if your car guy like me you know this. It's it's hard if you've got ten cars and you're like what do I do? Which one do I get rid of? You know it's really hard to wrap your head around at all. It's overwhelming in most people. I know that have to go through this. They just sort of shut down mentally shut down. I can't let none of them go. Screw it that's it while doing it. This way was sort of like I can. I can not focus on the inner cars and just worry about the outer cars. Get rid of you know. Wrap your head around the one car and then once you can let go of that car then you go to the next one at some point. Eventually you're going to get close enough to the inner rings where you're like. There's just no way I can never let go of this car in. You know everything inside of that is just not going to happen. You know I'm Outta rings. 'cause I'm only like oh no. I can't do that off. Hey every car I've had I've had a dream around. I've had an idea of how concept of my in my head. You know so. It's sort of like getting rid of your children when you have to get rid of them you know but I did it the time before that in this is around the same. Time that General mayhem like my yard but We were in a position where well you know. We're two thousand and eight was We were kind of on that downward swing. We ended up losing our house We left there around two thousand twelve so it was like a forest downsizing you know so but you still. You still have that core that I still drug over like ten or something now. I know our listeners are probably going did he. Just say general mayhem relaxed. We're GONNA get to that folks. You GotTa wait on that story so before we get into all that. What was your first Mo- par Johnny? It was actually a seventy Chrysler and I believe it was a newport. I I'm not one hundred percent sure if it was a Newport Yorker or A three hundred but. I'm pretty sure it was in Newport It was a four door. I didn't I wasn't trying to buy this car. Wasn't seeking it out you know and we're talk in like this. This was way back. This would've been like around eighty six nine hundred eighty six or so just a kid. We moved from Los Angeles County to Riverside County Riverside's more rural. La's more you know. Obviously city coming out here. I was I befriended a kid up the street. We would ride their bikes around the neighborhood and stuff and he knew this. We went to this place these people he knew you know long story short this Chrysler sitting in the yard. And there's a station wagon sitting in the yard and I already had the mot part bug so it was like I didn't really know what the car was other than. It was like odds of Kool Moe par and I think my friends said something like oh he probably sell them to you and I said really and so we started just bullshit freaking kid at this point. You know it's like I don't have no money I don't have. I don't have a driver's license but We get to talk in and ask. What would you sell those cars? And he goes. Yeah so it was the seventy Chrysler. And it was a seventy two plymouth fury station wagon it the front bumper. Kinda looks like a seventy super be. I mean but thing is up huge boat. He goes yeah so like how much he said. Twenty five bucks each. I'm like WHOA. I can own my own car. So so whole ass we haul ass back to the house and tell. My Dad was like you know whatever like no big deal. It's like it's twenty five bucks you know all right. We'll buy them so we go over there and we drug him home I probably should have tried to get the car. I didn't know anything I know. No mechanics no education. No I knew nothing never turned to wrench other than building model cars and stuff like that and I think my dad might talk me into because he was a mechanic. Like oh you should take the engine apart and rebuild it and Blah Blah Blah which. I should never listened. I should've through gas in it and a battery and then it probably would have fired up and ran you know but I pull the eighty three. I pulled it out and just took it. Apart is just like you know there's still cover any rockers. You know just took it apart and kind of got to see how an engine was put together so that was my very first garden in fact.

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"johnny moped" Discussed on Talking Mopars

Talking Mopars

05:36 min | 8 months ago

"johnny moped" Discussed on Talking Mopars

"There's a lot of little things that I like about each one. So for me. I'd be happy with just a roadrunner period. You know what I mean. I wouldn't you know I'm a beggar. I can't be choosy. You know what I'm saying. So it's cool that your family is so enthusiastic about Mo- parts that you guys are willing to go all in on a project together. I think that's cool in. That sounds like a lot of fun to me. I just wonder whose names can be on that title. You know what I mean when you get all that money invested in that car. I guess you guys could split it. Three ways You know you take it Saturday. Sunday dad takes it Monday. Tuesday brother takes it Wednesday Thursday and then Friday. You gotTA figure out you know you can alternate Friday nights but very cool grant. I'm glad that you're listening. I'm glad that you like this show. And Hey you're a farmer so first and foremost. I should've said this at the beginning. Thank you for what you do man. I don't think farmers get enough credit. So thanks for that and you know. I hope you get your projects going to help you find that road runner. You're looking for and I'm glad you like project car of the week you know. I had a review a couple of weeks ago where the guy really hates project are the week. I guess you know. That's the vibe. I got from him. I love project the week because that's what I do. That's how I started this. That's the moped. Hunter got the ball rolling on all of this so if it had never been for me looking and being obsessed with project cars and looking at cars online you know starting way back. In the day on the old America Online days I was looking at cars for sale online and even before that auto traders old car traders and deals on wheels and the little nickel one ads all those types of classified ads obsessed over and that's what led to the mobile hunter. And that's what led to this. So you know I was a little bit nice to that guy but now that I've had a couple of weeks to think about it you know. Screw that guy you know. We're doing project car the week for the rest of the lifespan of the show. So if you don't like it stop listening but if you do like it good news. We're GONNA keep going with project car. The week I think project cars and ratty moped ours. I think they're great. I also think that fully restored. Mo- pars are great. You know what I like all Mo- pars and I don't complain. I'm just I'm happy with the people that are happy with the show. Because I I really just WanNa provide something fun for mopnths you know and if you find little things to nitpick about this show that I don't really think you're a real mo part easiest because hey go find another mope our podcast good luck and then we'll see when you get back and I'll be here with open arms to go. Hey See I told you. Come on come on. It's okay it's okay. Show me where the podcast touch you okay. We're just having fun here. That's what this shows about. It's about having fun with Moe Pars and talk and Mo- Parse so that's what we're doing here. Thanks grand for sending in your story and keep me posted if you get a roadrunner Leno. I'd love to see it. I love to talk to you about it. And that's grants message. So Hey Grant. Thanks for listening buddy. Our final listener message for this week comes to us from an old friend. Johnny moped is back with another fun. Story I'm sure this one is going to make us justice jealous as the last one. So here's Johnny with another fund Story for us. Hey Chris Johnny moped again giving you my story on my Seventy Dodge charger anyway. This goes back quite a few years ago. one day. I'm hanging out with somebody's and we're playing cards. It's the same old guys and out of the blue one of the guy says you know I think my father-in-law's got one of those old Mo- pars are dodge or something and I go. What kind he's like. I don't know I go to look like the General Lee. And he's like yeah. I think it looks like I'm like all right. Well I gotta go see this thing. He's kind of wishy washy so I wasn't even sure what this thing could be. You know value and a duster charger. Who knows but of course I had to go check it out so I go over there. sure enough. We'll get into the yard and sixty eight dodge charger. It's got a three three Heikal in it. Non ACM car automatic is pretty rusty but I asked the guy said well. How much do you want for it? And he goes I'll take three hundred bucks for it and I said all right sounds like a good price. I'll buy it and he goes. Well if you want another one I go. You got another one does. Yeah and he points over the yard and I can tell to seventy two charger and I'm like Now I don't need another car and so he's like okay and I'm like well. How much do you want for it thinking? If he sold me sixty eight for three hundred bucks maybe one hundred bucks all by any says all you can just have it. I just wanted out of the yard and I'm like Oh cool all right cool I'll take it That car was missing. Its drivetrain was originally a four hundred card with an automatic so they drag both cars home. The sixty eight Is Pretty Rusty? You know back in those days. Most people didn't Lisa China with a rusty car so I didn't even bother took the grill out of it took the hood. I took a few parts off the car the seats and stuff and then I sold the rest.

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"johnny moped" Discussed on Talking Mopars

Talking Mopars

09:11 min | 10 months ago

"johnny moped" Discussed on Talking Mopars

"Welcome to episode number fourteen and the second edition of high performance heritage these are special episodes where we take a closer look at a car truck or person that embodies the high performance heritage komo par on this installment pop the hood on what was considered in the late seventies the last american hot rod the nineteen seventy eight dodge little red express we also have our normal weekly segments too so get in sit down shut up and hold on you're tuned into the best mo- part theseus driven podcast on planet earth and i'm your host chris albrecht better known as the mo opa hunter and this is talking mo- pars and you're listening to talking mobile ars with the hunter your direct mention to all things mope aw we are back with installment number two of high performance heritage which we will get to once we cover our weekly segments of projects arve the week high performance parts and listener stories but before we get into all that i wanna talk about a very cool car that i saw on social media this past week i was browsing through my feed when i saw that my buddy johnny moped shared a picture of a ratty sixty nine roadrunner setup for drag racing posted by true street productions if you've listened to most of if not all of these shows than by now you know me and you know that i love me some ratty mo- parse there was something about this roadrunner that really piqued my interest and i had to do some digging i found out that the car has its own facebook page which you can find if you look up project tetanus sixty nine roadrunner turns out this road runner is owned by a guy named ralph and this bird does most of its dirty work on the streets the car is a wild animal period that's all there is to it i also learned that this thing has a hemi now i really wanted to know the story on this car so i reached out to ralph and spoke with him on the phone about coming on the podcast and telling the story about the car which he was open to so i'm happy to announce him as future guest on on this show and like all the guests i'm lining up i am very excited to talk mo parts with him and speaking of which to everyone out there listening that i've reached out to about about being a guest on the show the time has come and i will be in touch with you to get you scheduled to be featured on the special editions of the show that i called direct connections i i wanna be clear when i say that talking mo- pars is for all mope aren't suzy's as such i want to make sure that you understand that i wanna be different from other shows by being inclusive lucid to you the listener so i say again if you have a mo- par story that you wanna share with me that i will share on this podcast email them to me at chris at talking mobiles .com the same goes for you if you want to be a guest on the show email me and let me know why you think you'd make a good guest because direct connections are coming soon and most of the people that are going to be coming on the show i've actually reached out to myself but i'm also open to suggestion so if there's someone out there that you think i should talk to on the podcast maybe you want to hear more of their story or more about their business or what have you email me and i'll reach out to them and see if coming on the show something they'd be interested didn't so that's that and back to project tetanus this car is awesome like i said it's set of drag racing it's caged up it's got racing seats no from bumper no hood hemion nitrous this car is a straight up savage and guess what you can see it in action there is a slew of street racing videos on youtube you buy a production company called sixty street that's the number six and then sixty street spelled out you can see project tetanus doing work on the video title no trailer number five so if you go to youtube and look up sixty sixty six sixty street say that ten times fast and then you look look up no trailer number five you'll find the videos now you will see one that shows project tetanus the sixty nine road runner on the cover photo although with a mustang so check out that video check it out see see the work it does it's a really cool car i really like it i love ratty mo- parks because you i can see that this car you know it's derelict condition i don't know the whole story on it but you know when i see car like that i imagined that it was sitting somewhere and you know ralph saw bought it and brought it back to life in a different way than your average restoration he took this car and made it a monster her which i respect and i can't wait to get the full story on this show because i really don't know the story of the car i kinda ralph and i had a brief conversation and and i realized that he was full of stories so i'm really excited to get him on the show and i'm really excited to hear about this roadrunner because like i said it piqued my interest and i needed to learn more and the more i learned the cooler it gets so hopefully we can get him on the show really soon i'm not sure when but really soon i'll be reaching back out to him but while i'm talking about this if i ever mention a business person or anything released pacific i try to remember to put links in the show notes or show description so that you can check it out for yourself so if for some reason you hear something that i talk about on the show and you don't see links in the show description contact me and i'll be sure to direct you to the right place or give you the links myself and i will add them to the notes section because sometimes i forget i try to give credit to where credit is due but sometimes i miss it and i'll be going back to some of my previous episodes because i'm sure that i've missed some stuff there and i just wanna make sure that everything is linked in the show notes anyways always i'm a fan of the street racing scene around the country and i'll admit that i got sucked into the rabbit hole youtube street racing videos on more than one occasion and doing research coach on project tetanus was no different i had to see the car doing work on the street and i spent quite a bit of time watching the videos you watch these street racing videos as long enough and you're gonna end up finding yourself in the garage tearing up that piece of cardboard with all your plans for your car on it i'm telling you you're gonna be you know you're like you know what screw screw screw it were tub in this thing you know we're back having it you know what i mean when i see these street racing videos i'm like man i need to do that you know as i'm watching these cars pulling wheelies losing it halfway down the track i'm like oh yeah maybe i should try that you know but street racing really talent a lot of people think they can go out there and do it and you get that some of these high powered cars and you can see how much skill it takes to keep these things on the road and my hat is off to any of those guys who really have beast cars and and have a hard time keeping them on the road i would like to get into racing i have this dark and although i wanted to be a streetcar i'm leaning towards it's making a you know a fun track car i don't really know of any street race is going on around here the cops are pretty strict but i'm sure some of you guys up in washington you know you you have your finger on the underground pulse so if you do let me know i'd like to go check him out sometime but project tennis is a really neat car and i'm looking forward to speaking into the owner ralph so all right now that we're all warmed up let's get this show on the road before we get into project car of the week i want to be sure that you guys know where you can see the cars that i pick on the segment i choose who's project car of the week based off of cars that i post on the mot part hundred facebook page the week prior to the episode being released so if you ever want to see the car chosen just go to the mope one hundred page on facebook and you should be able to find the link to the car on there i'll try to remember to let you know moving forward what day and what time the car was posted so that it's easier to find so now that that's out of the way let's get into this week's project car of the week with over fifty thousand people reached and over over eleven thousand engagements on facebook this week's project car of the week was pretty easy to choose and it is the nineteen seventy plymouth khuda in mana hawk in new jersey jersey that was posted at nine AM on friday the seventh of february this is one of those cars that is a high price at fifty five thousand dollars but is a rare car that i believed to be worth the money if you bought it for a long term investment so let's let's get into it let's read the ad nineteen seventy v recode shaker for forty six pack four speeds sublime saddle leather fifty five thousand dollars mannequin my nineteen seventy vico numbers matching in khuda this is a very rare car most people i've spoke with told me it's most likely the only one made numbers matching four forty four speed factories six packs shaker limelight green saddle leather interior car is a project as you can see motor is dated eight fifteen sixty nine both top pad and vin pat have the butterfly marks from the factory bill date on car is eleven fifteen sixty nine i do have the gill rocker molding and the shaker only part i am missing is the six pack set up and and the manifold i have.