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"kelley blue" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
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"kelley blue" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
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"kelley blue" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Just need your advice. I have Ah, hybrid 2009 about approaching to our 1000 miles. It burns a little bit oil. I probably put in a court. Once in between these oil change, and I've heard a hybrid batteries could be pretty expensive. So I'm just trying to get your advice. Should I sell it? Or should I just keep on driving to see what you think? Or you know if you've had 10 years That's a key period of time for you. Teo own a vehicle and protect your wallet. So you've driven 200,000 Miles 20,000 miles per year. That's significantly more than the average driver. And if this vehicle is when you've lost confidence in And you're worried about it, then it's fine for you to bay along and get something else. Now. The standard formula. Consumer reports has Is that when the cost of a repair seeds the remaining value of the vehicle That's when you dump it. So you could continue to drive it. What's the value of the vehicle? This point best guess. Around 5000 come like that. I would think still that much That's like Kelley Blue book saying, Wow. You rise, That's fantastic. You have driven something 200,000 Miles 11 years old and have it still be worth five grand. I think there was a time No one to hold him and window followed him. I think you've reached a point that maybe you do bail on that. Simply because you're seeing trouble signs there will be other people who might react negatively to what I've said and say, Why would I say that? But I really do use 10 years as the green light point If you're ready to move on You should feel comfortable moving on. Are you in a position to be able to afford newer wheels? Yeah, I can. I just wasn't sure how much hybrid battery costs and all the things the hybrid batteries. That's a great question, and I didn't answer it. The hybrid batteries were when you got the vehicle. When this vehicle was made in 2009 hybrid batteries were a fortune. But there've been so many improvements with hybrid technology that the cost of replacing a battery Is much cheaper than it used to be. So that should not be solely a factor and deciding you want to dump it in the way you could confirm this is called an independent shop for your brand. And ask them what they charged to replace the battery in your model year. Okay. And that would that would really give you a sense if you're facing financial Armageddon if the batteries go dead. Okay, So does that help? Yeah, that's a big help. What do you think that if you do bail on this, what do you think you'll get next? I was thinking, probably another Toyota something maybe a newer camera. Something like that is a camera a hybrid. I was thinking, maybe just a regular one for my next one. But I'm not. The one you have is a hybrid to camera hybrid. Those who are right now in that those have proven to be extremely reliable..
"kelley blue" Discussed on KOMO
"News and once that was moved inside in Pasco Governor Inslee continued his press conference, saying Hospitalizations are on the rise in the tri cities, and he's concerned. Not enough people are taking Corona virus. Seriously. Look, this is a pandemic. It is killing people, and we have a community response on Ly a community response could be successful. Instantly since he's given thought to a request by leaders in the tri cities to make businesses refuse service to people who are not wearing masks Initiative. King Tim Simon's latest $30 car tab measure goes before the state Supreme Court. Como's Ryan Harris has thea arguments from both sides. The lawyers fighting against I. 9 76 made several arguments that if the court rules in their favor would require the justices to strike down the whole measure, including that the bill violates the single subject rule and by requiring vehicle evaluations from Kelley Blue Book that it creates a law that favors a corporation. David Hackett is an attorney for King County. As one journalist put it. This initiative is a dumpster fire from the standpoint of the law. It violates so many provisions of our Constitution that it cannot be upheld by the score. Allen cops see, a lawyer with the state attorney general's office says all the pieces of 976 are part of a single subject. He also argues there's no requirement for the state to then contract with Kelley Blue Book, The court will issue a ruling at a future date. Ryan Harris Camo news, the state attorney general recommending a new policy, making it mandatory for law enforcement to report incidents. Anytime use of deadly force is involved more from Cuomo soon, Romero's attorney general, Bob Ferguson, gave a report to lawmakers asking them to consider two things in the next legislative session. Mandatory now. To report that there's been the use of deadly course and number to the state would make it transparent to the public to the community and the law enforcement, Ferguson says the F B I created a national use of force reporting program last year, but it's voluntary and only 10% of police agencies in Washington currently use it. It's the program Ferguson believes should be made mandatory. See Romero Comeau News, 5 34 Here's Marina Rock. Inger with our Co Moh traffic.
"kelley blue" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1
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"kelley blue" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"So I went up at injuries myself when we were just chatting about cars and shit. And this do this dude who I knew he's not in the business, but sort of peripheral -i in the business walked past me, while I'm talking him. And he grabbed my ass. Yeah. Fucking happen. Still, it's still up. I can't believe I really cannot. I. Two months front, but CJ saw it. And he was like dude, that guy really just grab your, but, like did that just happen? And I was like, and you're sort of stunned. I mean 'cause you don't I think when you're not in the moment, like it's easy to be like, oh if someone did that to me. I'd kick their ass, and I'd like totally go up and kick him in the balls or whatever you would do, but you don't do that when you're in that moment, and you're surrounded by people and you're supposed to be professional because you're at a work function, but that happens to you, and you're just like. What, what filling a few elected to not be professional after that most people would come to your side in two thousand nineteen, but I don't know. I'm not sure I'm not like I'm not saying should I mean, how how old was the gentleman that did this older than me? I asked because I was I remember I was at Long Beach grand prix shooting off the grid, and that happened to someone we were around and it was like it was a guy that was talking to her. He was like a volunteer, not corner worker, but like wearing a headset thing, volunteer person, and then she walked over and we're headed somewhere else, and she's like that just happened. It was like, what I know I didn't know it. And she's like each like yeah. It happens all the time of these track things, and the guy was like seventy five so I am hoping it's a shit bag. Generational thing. Like it's super creepy. And I'm hoping that, that's what it is in Salt Lake some twenty eight year old. I hope so too. It was not a young person. I think young people are more savvy at this point to realize, like, no, you're really just not allowed to do that. But it still exists. And that kind of thing is really. I think it's a it's a it is a stumbling block. I try and be really careful about how I present myself like I don't I want this to be about my opinion about things my intelligence my smarts? How fun like if I'm funny, if my videos are educational and entertaining. I don't want it to be about, like, hey, look at her in a bikini thing, so and there's a low, and there is still a lot of that. And there's nothing necessarily wrong with that if that's something that, that that woman chooses to do, but I, I believe that as, as human beings, that is not our only currency, I would hope that, that we can sort of put put more value on the things that are kind of more lasting. It's like the whole thing with like umbrella girls. Like I do we really need to have that, like, in a thing, it's like maybe some people say, well, if we have them Birla guys, like maybe that's the same. You know, we could just level the playing field. But I'm like, why do we have to do that? Like having umbrellas nice. Yeah. Yeah. Great on anti umbrella. She's a Tansu are. So I you know, I go back and forth and it's a load. It's definitely a loaded question. You know, I have I've had two brothers. I've been around dudes, most of my life like I can handle most of that stuff. And usually, I'm like, okay, like I know you're joking and it's fine because it's not personal. It's not directed at you, but one it becomes directed at you. And I'm fortunately have not had a lot of experience with that. So no pervy Deums you guys like you, you don't need to send those like I don't look at them anyway. Any time I ever look at like a, a girl like shows me her fucking like dating profile, and like the messages and shit. It's like whoa. This is another fucking world..
"kelley blue" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"I got one question someone on read it earlier was talking about women in automotive journalism, and or the lack thereof. And I think there's more than people think see them on press launches, but it's, it's definitely more men than women obviously. So what is your take on the derisive say the direction that it is headed if not the current state of women in automotive journalism? I definitely see I definitely see it opening up. I definitely see outlets trying to make an effort to bring women on. I know that when I was interviewing for my job at Kelley blue book. They were adamant that it was a woman. It wasn't a well we'll just see who we get. It was. No, we're bringing a woman in. And so, I think that's I think. That's really good. I think that's an improvement. This is a really tough business for a woman to be in. I've been in mostly male dominated businesses most of my career and this one's particularly tough. I mean, you really have to have a pretty thick skin. There's there's, there's a lot of there's kind of a lot of doublespeak like people will say to your face. Like, oh, yeah, let's, you know, yes, we're pro women and then like you kind of hear them saying things like you know off off the cuff that you're like, wait a second. Like that's just sort of like flies in the face of, of everything that, that, that you just said. But, you know, it's something really crazy happened to me at the where you at the Porsche experience center. No. Sorry it was it the Peterson but it was the opening of the Porsche effect. Sold the, the gold thing for like three million dollars or whatever that was the, the opening of that exhibit. And it was a great event that, that exhibit was gorgeous. It was amazing. And I was sitting there to do you know CJ Wilson? So I was talking to CJ Wilson and he's great guy. I'm huge baseball fan and had followed his career and now that he's in racing. And I just thought, oh, this is really cool..
"kelley blue" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"Okay, let's ready to start this day, I had to take the biggest dump of like the whole treadle. And so I dug a hole hole in that sand Dumont dunes. And I took a very satisfying poop for you. I just covered it up. And I'm like, I hope somebody just drives right through them. So proud of both. Your story and how I felt about that whole place. I'm like, I'm just wanna take shit on you and leave. I like that. We were like how was the DB eleven in your? They worked on it. They were working on this mission. It wasn't perfect yet. And then, like, how's this rally this bit? I was gonna cut her, but I had to shit anyway. The. On on board. Listen to this. Hopefully she doesn't make the retention the photos of this article which we will put. Yeah. It's on the drive. It's really good. And I did a video on it, too. And I was just me with a gopro and I didn't know what the hell I was doing. And I was it was sort of like like guerilla style shooting with, like Blair witch project production values, but it was, but it was very until the plot of Blair, witch project, actually, honestly, like it was a really, really difficult ten days but, but finished it and I'm super proud of the fact that I finished it, and it was great because I got a an amazing story out of it. I think it has helped future contestants like competitors. They've literally come up to me at the end of other of rallies. And we're like I watched your video before I did this, and it gave me like a it helped prepare me for what I was in for, because I had no idea, and it's, it's really hard. It's not just like oh, like you know, flowery yoga retreat for ladies romping around, this is the middle of no. Yeah. And you have what map and a compass. I mean I never took orienteering like that's it. Never took that those lessons. I know that there are classes taught which means it's hard that lasts soda shot. That's up on the top left. That was our last day in Glamis that the sort of it all ends in Glamis. You're finally your full Mad Max. Yeah. Yeah. You look like a Java person aja, right? And there were fifty mile an hour gusts in Glamis. I mean it was white out and you're just like, oh my God like drive through this. That's very beautiful. Who's the paint was, it was Dumont dunes. That was it was it was a very cathartic experience. It was it, it taught you a lot about yourself and not just as a driver. But just like like how you react to things that kind of knee jerk reaction it if you, if you took the time to really pay attention, it really kind of it, really educated you on like you. So it was really. It was a really cool event event. Yeah. It's really awesome. An EMMY hall. You guys know EMMY hall, right? Bonneville during the two hundred mile an hour Jetta sell. Awesome. So EMMY and her navigator Rebecca Donigi, they won, they face sort of they tied for first last year. And so this year, they get to come back. They've, they've competed in all three years is their fourth year. They're coming back. And I think I think it's official, but they're doing it in. That's awesome. That's fucking great. Wow. I hope I'm not just modifying it now they might be putting skids on it. Maybe tires probably this gives in tires. But yeah, I think it's going to be kick ass. Like I hope I didn't just blow the thing anyway. This is the show cool don't say anyone. That happens in at the end of the news. Oh, I don't know. Well, I mean I, I knew about it. But so yeah, I don't know if that's proud of it. Cool. That's, that's just gave up the ending of game of her own, don't blow it up. If you're listening to this show. Listen there. Hopefully, I don't get in trouble before we get out of here, because we don't have any audience questions. I got one question someone on read it earlier was talking about women in automotive journalism, and or the lack thereof. And.
"kelley blue" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"And I was like, oh my gosh, I'm like this is so stressful. Like this is terrible and I had driven dunes like for an hour and a half. And I was like, I was not like not basically, let's say not confident in the dunes. So we I get to drive off a cliff pretty you could, you know, who wants to Endo into, you know, which is I like that sounds horrible. So we get to do monsoon. It's like a cat litter box from fucking Hal. It's horrible. So we so we get there. And of course like within like a minute, I get stuck and her first, the first thing out of her mouth is, oh, you got stuck. And I'm like, oh, that's such a shitty team thing to say. Like you don't say that to someone I'd never said, you've got us loss. Like so that was the beginning. That was the beginning of something of, of a really terrible evening. The son was super low, like then all of a sudden, the dunes just flatten like you can't see anything and dunes are d- scare. You don't know what's over them. You don't. And if I hadn't aired down properly, like I was just so flustered from this whole day of like trying to play catch up. And so finally, we found ourselves in this kind of bowl of, like surrounded by mountains, and I'm like, we're not in the right place. It is now getting dark. We do not have light like a light bar like, we are, we are bone stock. Like I am not driving. She's like, haven't you ever driven on a country road and the dark? And I'm like, oh, your bitch, like this is so thing like you're crazy. And so we just there was yelling and screaming and I'm not a yeller like I was just like, oh my God. I can't believe this. And now we're stuck here in the dark, and she went wandered wandered off. And like her headlamp was just like all I saw was out, and I was like, okay I've got to used. The Satphone I've got like call and just let them know that we're not dead. So I called and like they came out and everybody I mean, we'd been crying for like a half an hour because there was so much yelling and like ruined the whole thing for her and I was like, oh my God, I feel terrible and I'm a horrible person. And, and she was like, I've, you just let me drive like I could get us out of this. And, and so finally, there's the head judge Chrissy Beavis, who's like X games stuff co-driver for strana done. I mean, this woman is just so like hardcore awesome. She basically asked the question. She's like, okay, which way north and she is my navigators. It was like, oh, it's that way. And Chris, he's like, no, it's not honest. It was the best thing 'cause level the playing field for me. And I was like see you don't know what you're doing. And it's okay like this should have hard and no one expects you to be perfect. And so they gave us two options. They said, well, we can pull you out of here, but you're done. Competition. You're done three of seven or you can spend the night out here by yourselves because everybody else was at levels at camp and then just start in the morning and try again in the morning and I was like the last thing I want to do is spend the night out here, although myself in the fucking dark in sand dunes with this lady, like, oh my God. Okay. So we did it. We actually buried the hatchet, and we kind of made up and, and everything, everything ended up being okay. But man like we ended up sleeping. I slept in the back seat of a Jeep, like I felt like I had passed out frat frat guy like, oh it was awful. This is. I be saying slept in the. Beck's. Naci. By looking at you. And I said, you weren't you absolutely were accurate. But. Yeah. I'm not proud of it. But yeah, I was so I will say this is a very unladylike thing to say, but you know what? I don't care that, so that morning we got up, and we were like, okay, let's ready to start this day, I had to take the biggest dump of like the whole treadle. And so I dug a hole hole in that sand Dumont dunes. And I took a very satisfying poop for you. I just covered it up. And I'm like, I hope somebody just drives right through them. So proud of both. Your.
"kelley blue" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"Got the grabby est breaks ever. And then really aggressive idle creep like a health that g you're puffing traffic. Let's because that's because it has so much power. Matthew is just trying to go. Yes. Over in Japan breath, so fucking. It's freezing bread also. Yeah. Joe is the the fried the best thing I hadn't Tuscany all the shit, we had, and it was everything was amazing. The best thing was basic pizza dough. Yeah. Caught into little strips, like about the size of this fried in a very hot sunflower oil. And then tossed in the really good olive oil and salt when they Friday puff up like kind of like pillows. Ooh. And then you just grab a nice piece of pursuit, and just shove it in the pillow in poverty, their mouth, and it was gonna sounds good. But if you come over and bake bread for me, and I'll bet you that. Yeah. But what is the rebel rally? Okay. So the rebel rally is it's a ten day event. Seven of those days are competition, one of those ten days is sort of days zero, so it's sort of like a trial day, but it's not that's not scored for points. It's an off road rally that you are not allowed to use GPS force. So it is a map, and compass, navigation rally local version of the gazelle rally that happens like it's an hour. If my understanding of I've never done the Zales, but I think the bills is a little bit different. This one is really about going and collecting checkpoints. And you, you use a map and a compass to navigate they take your cell phone away for like seven days. Beacon have. Yeah. You have a stat phone, which I definitely used because. Well, it's a big story, but I can tell you the story. So, so. Yeah, so it say it's all off road. It starts up in like Tahoe and sort of cuts down the sort of the side of, of Nevada, and then cuts in through California, and you're basically just going the backside like so passes through like to Walney, and then you go through like the gold, like old gold mine areas and through Dumont dunes and. Yes, I have a really shitty story about Dumont dunes. So I'll say this. I didn't I didn't know like my guy asked me to do this for the drive and he didn't really know what it was. And I'm like, dude, you know, it's like ten fucking days like you'd better pay me a lot of money to do this. And I started talking to Emily Miller, who is the woman who runs it, Emily. Miller's this world like world famous like offroad racing who used to who used to drive for rod hall, and like I mean, she's really I mean amazing in her own right. And she really wanted there to be a rally in the, you know, in the US, and it just happens to be that this rally is off is for women, and so she really, I met her, and she and I connected and she's like a really want you to do this, and, you know, Mike was sort of, was vacillating, and, like, well, gosh ten days, like I don't know if it's a long time, and I was like, look, I'm willing to do this, because I think it'd be a great experience. But you need a teammate. He needs someone to, to, to navigate with you. And, and so there was this other woman who lost her driving partner. And so she put us together, and I remember FaceTime, timing her, and I was like, okay, well, my first question for was like, are you super competitive? Live choose like I don't really think so. And I, I should have read into it, then but, you know, she has four young kids below the age of, like, you know, ten so, she's definitely like the type A personality. And I knew that she would be the Boston. I'm sorry. I don't know. I can't read. Yeah. Well, when you have kids when you're like you're basically, like Boston people around your whole life, and they're just like small people. I figured okay? She'll be the mom in the car. Sit down sit down sit down. No turn here, turning north more throw more throttle, basically did I say, and honestly, like the first couple of days. We're good. And then the third day like the wheels is fucking came off, like we got lost. And we went off in one direction. We lost a couple of hours and she was a skilled driver. But not.
"kelley blue" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"Those assholes from, like four six. I just wanna make sure I'm only using fucking. Yeah. David tell you about the tires. So he told me the story about how like Lamborghini, does a limited run on these tires every once in a while. It's not It's true. not true. It's it, I'm sorry. That's it was it has parolee now. Yes, that's great. Because he told me he's like when these, when the run comes out like they just, they're hoarded by people, and you have to get them really soon. Otherwise you're screwed. And you have to wait until the next issue that was true for probably twelve to fifteen years now parolee just makes them they're not particularly expensive and. Yeah, three forty five thirty five fifteen's. Furthermore, brake pads brake calipers break rotors and shocks are all the same as my nineteen eighty-seven nine eleven get out of hand both the cars in my garage, the same shit. That's awesome. So very easy. Yes, it's good car works, the super affordable, Lamborghini, Kuntar's. Right. I looked knock knock wood for me so far. Not so bad. If something goes wrong Vinnie could pull apart off the portion talion mechanic living in home right now. Right. That's outstanding. Yeah. So that's cool. What else what else have you driven on since in your in your career that really stood out is, is exceptional the db s super lisera? New one. The new one I thought was absolutely did you drive the Devi eleven v twelve before it fee, twelve then v eight, which, you know, the thing that I'm really liking about what, what Aston Martin is doing right now is every, every car that they're putting out every product that comes next is, is an improvement on what happened before the v twelve the db eleven twelve was good. The V eight was very generous. But then but then the eight was was so much better. And got a new chassis guy. Llanos and he wouldn't fix it. He's awesome. Twelve was no brainer. But Gary in high speed corners. It was not. Sta. Over eighty your break, I was doing like ninety five in a very gentle left hand sweeper. Close course Nevada and the back the front and back we're just like like waving gyrating circle what the fuck is happening. This is like a key cards. So I drove that I drove the v twelve down to I was I was doing some some, some practice some testing for the rebel rally that I did two thousand seventeen and we were doing some some navigation training down in Glamis. And so I was like I need to get down there. So I, I had the db eleven was my press car at the time. So I drove this droid. Drove this thing to Glamis, and there's this one stretch, that's just past, that's just past the Sultan. See. And it's just there's no one there. And it's just that straight road that just goes for for days. And so, I was like, all right. I'm really going to open this thing up and just see, like how fast I can go, and I think I got up to like one forty five and I was like, I'm super. Scared right now. And I. Pretty idealized way to experience a db eleven like here's six hours of debt straight road ends at a desert. You know what I mean? It's about as good as it's gonna get for that car. And it it was you could like I could definitely tell there were things that were on unsorted on it. Let's call it that very good. That's, that's right. But she works for a real company with forever. It's true. That's That's fair. right. I'm accountable. But yeah, every everything that they've done since then I think, has they've learned from their they've learned from their mistakes. They've, they've improved things and the DBS is the DBS is really nice. Completed from car. Yeah, it does. I mean, the, the rear suspension is, is better. It's like. I don't wanna be to know. I mean it's, it's, honestly, it's like clo- it's I think it's as close as that is that setup is going to become the, the new because I drove an advantage after the great advantages is great. Very good advantages. It's really good at high speed, except it's really bad. At low speed. It's got the grabby est breaks ever. And then really aggressive idle creep like a health that g you're puffing traffic. Let's because that's because it has so much power. Matthew is just trying to go. Yes. Over in Japan breath, so fucking. It's freezing bread also. Yeah. Joe is.
"kelley blue" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"Idaho. Coon Tosh lady for the same the same theory you drove my car before we did drive our dude. I imagine you've been wanting to tell that is David let you take it to your high school reunion, so cool theory. The so the, the pitch was I had my thirty year high school reunion back in two thousand seventeen. I'm not doing that math. But that mass has your fucking fine for forty nine my friend, Look look good. good as hell. So, so. Yes. So, so thirty year high school reunion, and I was not a popular kid in high school. I was just sort of like weird loser girl. And I thought, oh well we're Stacey Leah, but she was not popular. Like like, you know, whatever. So I thought, all right. Well, the first thing I tried was I wanted to get a seventy seven to be to ten like the notchback, I wanted to drive that to the reunion, because my car, and I thought, oh, that'd be funny. Actually, that would be good. And then funny couldn't find one anywhere. I mean every it's probably they're all like smashed and scrapped. So, so the next best thing was to drive the car that everybody wanted to drive, which was Coon Tosh so get. That's right. So I was like I need one that's from that year. I sort of cheated a little because there's an eighty eight but I thought, well, it would have been on sale. So why not? So I, I you know, Lieberman was like okay, I know this guy like just reach out to him as, as retired. Just drove this thing to something blah, blah. And I was like, okay great. So I reached out to David, and he was like, okay sounds good. He's like put you're probably gonna want to trailer it from my house to the wherever because it the clutch like going out. And I'm like. Oh, okay. But he ended up driving it to my high school. And actually, if you pull up if you pull up the story that's on automobile like you can see actually it's the picture that I posted of on the, on the Graham. That's right outside Pritchard's, right outside of my old high school, not, it's not the Chint was the, the auditorium. And we went out and shot in front of Tommy's where we all used to go, like eat gross chili fries back in the day and. World famous world famous original international listeners know they're like. You know, it though is if you saw grandma's boy, I've seen that, like six times they that's where they go. And grandma's boy. Really? Yes. I did not pay attention to that scene. Car within so much worse shape, though before you got it. So as you know, the clutch was out. So it was like three hundred pound clutch already this like really, really hard to operate. And it was really it was just super heavy. And it just didn't really just didn't wanna go anywhere the doors. I don't know if you've fixed this. But if you parked on even the slightest incline, the doors, wouldn't stay open, strokes, put. Yeah. So those those were falling down the of course, air conditioning, wasn't working. And it was it was the summer. And so. David showed me how to put my hand out of the window. You could get some get some air your armpit. But and that was that was that the Bill, the Bill golf course where the where the reunion was, and I parked it right out front. And I'm like this is going to be bad ass. And everyone's going to be like, whoa, look at Lynn and the thing like three people walked by not even fucking saw the car. They didn't care. They didn't know what it was.
"kelley blue" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"Mechanical horrid mechanical problems ago, but this one I thought, oh, you know what that's sort of that's very within reach, and it was literally, I mean I'd walk around my neighborhood, and there was one parked in old, derelict house, driveway and I kept walking by it, and it was navy. And I was like, oh, that's perfect car for me. Like I want that so bad. And then in January, a, a for sale sign went up in it, and I was like I just bought this Dotson like I can't afford. I can't afford another car and like two months later. The thing was still there, the for sale find was sagging and I'm like, you know what? The time. Tarot is more similar to a g wagon than it is different. Anyway. -actly. Exactly. And I was like, okay, this will fulfil all of the off road fantasy is that I have, and it will be really great. And I. It's, it's really good. It has. So it has a two point six liter four cylinder in it. It's a goat. I mean it's a mountain goat. It's awesome. It has an automatic transmission. But the manuals in those were worth, so it's more it's more. It's a more reliable transmission. And man, it's just it's awesome. I love it. Montero underneath you saw one. Yeah. From Sean, dude. Yeah. For Hannah space ban the space. He's driving. She's going to. Yeah. For the summer, that's what it has twenty twenty one thousand miles on it. What? Oh my God. Ninety one. Oh my God. A diesel. That's awesome. Yeah, very exciting. So excited for her when we're done with it. If you want, you can buy it, it's, it's fucking super sweet this woman car, and you and fifty fifteen fifty two is going to send me some turmoil. Mac wheels for it, which can be RAD clarion is gonna hook up the stereo so we have the system and I need to figure out the stereo in the Montero. I need to figure out a way to keep the original and then, like do like XM radio behind the scenes. Why what do you need the regional looks like fucking buck Rogers like what we thought the future was going to be like in the seventies like or in the eighties. It's so good books. Yeah. Yeah. You can do hidden in glovebox bluetooth kind of stuff. Yeah, it's pretty easy to get like if you literally just disconnected the stock radio. Sitting there, there's a just a bluetooth, amp that just powers on. Yeah. Yeah. They have those. Yeah, that's basic cell. Mitsubishi clubs I love him. Yeah. Mitsubishi there's like there's this little sort of community in southern California. That's pretty ravenous. I I mean mean it's. it's either he's like these are and then someone else about. Yeah. Mitsubishi. He's like the deal, you know, great offroad, or reliable all that stuff cheap. It's all that shit. They are. But they're they work really well and they're very capable and the and the aftermarket communities big, and they don't cost anything because everyone's paying attention to defend else, and it's not hard to find parts, and there's a great. There's an awesome community that, you know, they'll find a guy there's like these awesome Facebook groups, and there's guys who are like, hey, I just got a ninety one gen want them. You know, I'm pulling it apart for parts Woody needs the, the delicate and the Montero share a lot of shit. Yeah. Like there's a website called delicate USA dot com. Yeah. The just shows all the US part numbers. That's awesome. So you can get it's all it's all mostly Monteiro stuff, which is which I'm very excited. So maybe we'll do some wheeling. Clearly, I would love that wheel that van. That'd be I'll throw some skids on it or something. I don't wanna look and kill it. Afford to buy it, but I can't afford to kill it. Yeah, there's probably a good idea. Richard porter was on Harrison's podcast like last week and they did a really good show..
"kelley blue" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"I was broke couldn't get unemployment anymore. I had definitely like tapped out my very generous parents, with, like, hey, can you help me? Can you help me? Can you help me? I was on food stamps, like I was on Medicaid. I was I was. I mean I was on welfare. I had no money no. But it was close. I thought, okay, well, I can always sell my car if I need, but I'm living in LA, like how the hell do you do that? Like that was just. It's a prospects were bleak and I had about one hundred bucks left in my left in my, my Bank account. And I just reached out to an old friend, and she was like, dude. She's like go just do some project management stuff like it's quick work. You can make like four or five hundred bucks a day. Like just go do it. It's he'll hate it. It's like we'll, we'll skew where your soul product project management didn't matter. So I went and got a job at Dana working at Deutsche. And I worked for five days on the Taco Bell account because they like someone was on vacation. I just kept things moving and so the second the second job that I got was this place called the enthusiasts network. And I'm like, what the fuck shoot. I had no idea what it was. I had to look it up. I looked at their website. I'm like, I still don't know what they do this, this was twenty fifteen. This is like now, we're, we're at now we're now almost. So this was the beginning of two thousand fifteen and I was like, oh, well, it looks like they have something to do with cars and surfing. So okay, whatever so I went in, and I'm like, I'm going to add. Person. Like I was I was production, like making ads and I'm like, I don't know what you guys want me to do, but I don't think I've done anything that, but, but they didn't care. They hired me and they actually hired me to work on the Infinity activation at this thing called the concord elegance, and I was like, what is the I don't know what that is? I looked it up. And I'm like, oh, that looks pretty so sure, I'll sure that sounds great pebble on someone else's Doug. One is pebble on someone else's diamond. It was, you know, I worked for even like like cars when you were a kid or anything. Yes, I loved cars when I was a kid. My dad had to Porsche speedsters when I was growing up. He had a square back. He had a vintage Mercedes for fifty s l he had a lot of really beautiful cars. I was not allowed to touch any of them. I will say though he might. So my, my older brother was tasked with driving me, and my date to my ninth grade dance the sort of in the in the Mercedes, except he just had his permit, he didn't have his dry. Evers license. He was fifteen. I was fought fourteen. He ran a red light. He ran up. He ran a stop. Sign in Burbank. Burbank. Cops you don't do that with Burbank. Cops so they pulled him over wouldn't let him drive us. And I went to my ninth grade dance in a cop car, and they asked me, they're like you want lights and sirens. And I was like, no, like, are you kidding me? I wish I had. Mistakes. But yes. Yes, irons. And can you kind of skit it in there, but. Hampering..
"kelley blue" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"That's pretty funny. God, did you watch when they see us at the central park, five thing? Oh, okay. Yeah. All the documentaries have been there so good. But they're really like you just need to you need to go outside, and like birds chirping after you listen after you watch them because they're so depressing. San francisco. Yeah, tising. See patchy purchase. I actually traveled quite a bit when I was in that job. It was an awesome job, I worked so that was the sort of the salad days of the internet. When everything was just like look at this. There's just money everywhere. We have no idea where it's coming from, and nobody knows how to make money on the internet stuff. Definitely much money. And at the time I worked on Nike, which was awesome. Because we got to do all this cool stuff, and I remember one one project. I worked on the AC g which is sort of outdoor products over the geez. I was worked to footlocker. Yeah. So I was so tuned, air Jenn air, max ninety five's and all that jazz. It was this one Jordan split off zone brand. Yes. Peak time to be right. So it was late nineties, it was awesome. And they, they came to us, and I was in account in Anamika account executive, I wasn't a writer at that time and they came to be in there. Like, okay, so we have this new shoe, a hiking shoe, and it's called the XM, and it's named after these guys who are the climb in the Tetons and they're called the XM guides, and we want you to get to do a print ad like e c x u m I have those you did great. Do some Nike exodus. So we had to do a print ad. I mean, this is like, basically like a picture of this thing, and yeah, they were awesome. It was a issue. Shoot. It was a great show. It was super Griffey on the bottom. So they told us they said, we want you guys to really get into the mindset of these of this, what goes behind the shoe. So we're gonna send you and your creative team up to Jackson Hole. And you guys are gonna go climbing like hiking with the XM guides, and I was like cool. Okay. Yeah. That sounds register. Why not may my boss are to creative dudes. We all like trek up to Jackson hall, and two dangling off L cats. Seriously, they're putting their like put this hard even though I feared for my life. I never I never feared for my comfort of my feet seriously. I was like, wait, why swing hiking? Like, why am I putting this and harness on like this is crazy? And then all of a sudden, they're like, okay, we're going to go up this face. And this was not like oh, it's a gentle thing, we're going to teach, you know, it was like a five two or five three like this was serious. Stop by the time we got up to the I just started sobbing uncontrollably. Because. Over leave that I wasn't dead terrifying. But man, those shoes were grippier cows, you where the shoe how we all shoes. Yeah. That's the Peterman catalog right there. Right. You poop your pants, but your shoes are awesome. It was like, that's like an ad from the movie. Crazy. People remember that's one of my favorite movies of all time. And then we ended up doing like an illustration of them like we didn't even take pictures. So. There like this five days in Jackson Hole boondoggle. And then we're like, yeah, we think like an illustration would be really RAD. They were like we love it. It was a part of me that is heavily not going into advertising because I work on the production side of karston a lot. She like the money and comfort from the industry people, and I'm just like, especially in cars, a whole moly, especially in cars. I remember I was working on the international Pepsi business. And the way that Pepsi works kind of the way the Budweiser at least used to work, they wouldn't they would they would do. Have you present a bunch of concepts? And then instead of them just picking run they'd be like, okay, go out and produce it and like make this make this commercial, and then we'll pick it from the finished product..
"kelley blue" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"All day before. I buy one of those like Steinhardt or harnessed, you know, those bands, the, there's a couple of companies called once called Steinhardt, once called parnis, man. Yeah. And my grandmother harness one they do. You have to take several drunk and see what they do is they get fucking like this close to trademark infringement on Rolex and Paneriai, and they just flagrant copy, maybe twenty percent of the quality she movement. And then they just take off the Rolex logo. And they put parnis or Steinhardt but for more than five feet away like it. It's a role like it's not real lax. No. That was like the China township back in the day, bakes are dope now. So I used to go to New York when I was the, you know, in my early late twenties early thirties, I grew up in, in LA, but I was born in New York City. So every time we would go back to New York, there are two places that I would go Keells was always the first one that original store on, on third had to go to that one had you on that one. It was the only one that was it. And then we would always go like behind, like behind Macy's or behind sacks to find all those like Chinese knockoffs of air. Maze bags go to canal street for that. That's all in the garment district. That's what you'd find the bags big bags. I would go to canal street, Chinatown. We just where you'd get dim some fireworks, which are illegal in New York, and definitely stolen stereo equipment. Bard high school is full of out to Mt. Thunder one thousand series who had that MTA X out there. Like somebody everybody had some fucking twelve's in the back, and there's no brand on the box who knows. But that should fell off a truck ended up in Chinatown. That's awesome. So you grew up in LA in LA. Yeah. We moved here in the early. Seventies, I was a young person. And it was great. I loved I, I was valley where the smog. Oh my gosh. Yeah, I never saw the small valley kid for, you know, for obviously number of years and crew up in, in mostly in the San Fernando Valley in Burbank. And yeah, the smog was horrible. I mean, there'd be days you couldn't they wouldn't let go outside. So wait. If you grew up in the valley basically, fast times at ridgemont high was your actual life. That's correct. Yeah. They because that movie is that place in that time. That's correct. Who were you in fast? Only Stacey probably that, like, kind of, like I don't I'm kind of a loser, like quiet. And I don't really know what the hell or no God now diving board. Now she had way more confidence than I even have now as a grown woman. I bet you if judge Reinhold just kept that car from Dan, until now like that show would be worth Bank. That thing why does nobody like the fast times movie cars. They're pretty cool fast times is don't movie cars because didn't didn't damone have Pinto. Was it a Pinto or gremlin? What was green gremlin where they were they wrote prick on the side of it? Yes. Yard. That's the place to me. Okay. All right now to for the earth. Brother. Command guy owns a copy shop in fill in the valley to moan own copy shop, in, like in north Hollywood did soap Makoko years ago that had him calling in to radio shows, and he called into my boy, opioids radio show. Just listening to his voice say fucking, anything he thought he was a schoolteacher or something. Also, he did something that was also kind of pedestrian. And I mean he was coffee shop. Whatever well, he owns listen to his voice say fuck. I want him to read my ways directions. Live on San Fernando weady. Unless unless a bigger cartels you too. And then go the other way it's fine..
"kelley blue" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"This is one of my new favorite people, I met her. I think I her for the first time the first Redwood, but she has been on the car scene hard for the last couple of years. She's, she's freelanced for all the, the major magazines, from automobile to road and track as she's written for Jellab Nick. She is. Now the automotive video correspondent for Kelley blue book, and she is a RAD chick. I'm happy to have her in studio Lynn Woodward on the smoke entire podcast. I already I don't know about you. But I wake up with the sun now old now. So Mr. host, like fucking son, and my wife hates it. So. But like it was accentuate getting up like four AM for like a week. They got a lot done. Yeah. I fucking banged out all almost six thousand words this week dude almost ninety percent of it before nine AM That's AGA. crazy. What up, it's the smoking dire podcast on a Tuesday with our great apologies to are normally loyal live audience fucking YouTube is fucked today. So we can't do it live. And we apologize for that. But we hear with Lynn Woodward in studio. Zach plumper shot give the woman, some respect that. She is Highland. Hi, welcome. Thank you, are you. I'm great. It's nice to have you here. Thank you. It's awesome to be here. Thanks for inviting yourself. I myself I know it is it's been too long. I'm super happy. Yeah. You've been fucking around for a long time. I have been your proper automotive journalist, I guess, like, say that, watch did you wear to see me? I love this watch this. It's a time ex so it's not super fancy looks the business. But, you know, I, I saw this watch at deus ex Makia and I was like how you pronounce it. Whatever deuce day s use who takes Latin anymore. Did you? I had to for like six months, but it's an England who and they kind of made you ever but I saw this wash there, and I was like, oh, I kind of like that. And then I just couldn't get out of my head. So I bought it will watch because it was day is seven times, the price. But, but what I bought it from time MAC, I didn't go, so you went and shopped in person, and the next right to Amazon. That's was proper Timex price. Yeah. No, that's, that's a that watch is a very reasonably priced and cool. Looking watch that I actually recommend to a lot of people. It looks basically like a Rolex mariner from more than a few feet away, which is the point steak xactly the point like the definition of champagne taste, but beer budget. No, that's like. With the NATO strap and shit. Highlife. I'll take Timex.
Elon Musk says he wants to take Tesla private at over $70 billion
"Tesla CEO Elon Musk's at the internet and stock market players of flurry. Yesterday after he took to Twitter to say, he might turn tesla from publicly traded company into a private one Tesla's stock soared because to do this tesla would have to make an offer. Shareholders could not refuse. The stock ended up eleven percent. Is this vaporware or is this a real plan? If it happened, tesla would be the largest company ever to go from public to private musk claims. He's lined up the huge amount of money. This would take marketplace's jed Kim has more Elon Musk can't seem to stop making headlines these days. David Wisden follows tesla for MorningStar. He's tired of getting called almost all my interactions with hustler actually not with clients. There was members of the media. Yeah, still, he says, tesla going private would be a big deal for the company and for investors who would have a choice. To make you would have the opportunity to not sell, or you could sell a four hundred twenty dollars a share. If they stay shareholders would become external investors with the option to sell twice a year. It's a structure that exists at another musk company SpaceX. What does he Lon musk stand to gain by going private. Carl brower is with Kelley blue book in his mind. He would have full control and he could think long-term, no, more quarterly earnings reports, no more shortsellers. Let's focus on immediate profits. Nobody would be able to really say anything about it. If you're a private company must holds a twenty percent stake in the company. So he'd still have a lot of private investors to answer to, but it'd be, you know, private
Trump demands NATO allies boost defense spending
"America's first news good wednesday morning america's first news continues on this independence day it's the fourth of july of course the markets are closed today but world shares were mostly lower as european shares tracked losses in asia and on wall street that's where tech shares were hit by worries over trade tensions between beijing and washington a speaking of which it's friday that's the day the us is set to impose that twenty five percent tariff on thirty four billion worth of chinese imports china's expected to hit back hit back with a similar amount on us exports the big question is how far the two countries will go in their dispute over trade as i mentioned stocks closed lower tuesday following a swift selloff in the final minutes of a shortened trading session ahead of independence day the loss of snapped a three day winning streak for the market wiping out modest gains from date earlier tech companies and banks led the slide outweighing gains healthcare and energy president trump says the administration's in talks with motorcycle companies that want to move to the us this after a harley davidson said it will move some assembly overseas harley davidson drew trump's wrath after it announced the move and blamed it on tariffs imposed by the european union to retaliate for tariffs imposed by trump meanwhile german chancellor angela merkel says the european union will make every effort to avoid a trade war with the us but washington needs to join in that effort of president trump's as administration imposing those tariffs on eu steel and aluminum he's also mulling on whether to add tariffs on cars trucks autoparts markle told the german parliament wednesday quote it's worth every effort to try to defuse this conflict so it doesn't turn into a real war but of course there are two sides to that she added that the good functioning of the world economy depends on countries working together as partners now the us is also pressing germany over what it considers insufficient defense spending merckel said that germany quote is reliable partner in nato more on that in just a bit of the state department this week spelled out its campaign of maximum pressure drive iran toward the negotiating table the announcement came of course after president trump said the us would withdraw from the iran nuclear deal the secretary outlined a clear and compelling vision for a better future for the iranian people this future can only be realized though if iran meets twelve demands to become a normal country normal countries don't terrorize other nations proliferate mitchell missiles and impoverish their own people a key part of our strategy is a campaign of maximum economic and diplomatic pressure the first part of our sanctions will snap back on august fourth these sanctions will include targeting iran's automotive sector trade in gold and other key medals or remaining sanctions will snap back on number six these sanctions will include targeting iran's energy sector and petroleum related transactions and transactions with the central bank of iran many bound the world share our interests in countering terrorism faulting the flip and promoting peace and stability in the middle east we want to work with these countries to build a strong global effort more than fifty international firms have already announced their intent to leave the iranian market particularly in the energy and financial sectors we have been clear with countries in companies around the world that we are bringing severe economic pressure on iran until the regime changes it's to stabilizing policy the us began to dismantle sanctions relief for iran after pulling out of that landmark nuclear accord in may but it's faced pushback from key european allies over the us planned imposition of secondary sanctions that target countries who continue to do business with iran's speaking of iran rans issued a new warning over mideast oil supplies meanwhile the united arab emirates said tuesday that it could increase its own production now these are the latest remarks to follow president trump's demand for lower global energy prices from opec us benchmark crude trading around seventy five bucks a barrel neither higher gas prices are rising interest rates at put a damper on us auto sales during the first half of the year sales rose one point eight percent while june sales up about five percent compared to a year ago that according to edmunds analysts said the boost was fueled by strong consumer confidence and low unemployment but analysts at cox automotive which includes kelley blue book said that much of the increase was actually due to low profit sales to fleet buyers such as rental car companies and rental sales to.
Arnold Schwarzenegger is recovering from heart surgery, according to his rep (updated)
"Kabc news is live and local at two thirty i'm jeff whittle former california governor arnold schwarzenegger's hospitalized in stable condition after undergoing open heart surgery yesterday at cedars sinai medical center the seventy year old schwarzenegger went in for a previously planned procedure to replace a pull monica vowed that was originally replaced in nineteen ninetyseven dr sam kelly g a cardiologists tells nbc four news replacement valve wasn't meant to be permanent those vows last anywhere from fifteen twenty thirty years it was likely at this time that he needed a valve replacement because the life of that bioprosthetic or pig valve had passed california may have another fight on its hands is the environmental protection agency looks to possibly rollback obama era fuel efficiency standards even if the epa loosens fuel economy standards this weekend california could still pursue the goal set by the obama administration because of the clean air act rebecca lynn land with kelley blue book expects california to stale push back but that may not be best for other states i think what's best for california is become closer to what the rest of the country and what consumers want to buy the obama era standards call for.