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"mo project" Discussed on Past Gas
"Developing our dream game when motor toon was released in december of nineteen ninety-four two weeks after the launch of the ps one. It was well received by the japanese audience. Although it would never be released in the west unfortunately kazunori had learned a valuable lesson. Though video games were business and business. People are inherently conservative. They wanna make sure that their investments are solid before they back them with motor tune. He was in his words quote able to secure the trust of the executives to create games on my own. And that's when i presented grand juries mo- project to them and development officially started as far as they knew because remember. I had been developing grand. Therese's move this whole time under the guise of creating moto. gp that was all artistic license. That was not part of the quote that was a recording of the guy himself. Now we'll return a grand jury smoke. But meanwhile on the opposite side of the world in a snowy country not known for video games electronic arts. Canada would release a game that would change the landscape of driving games during the years. Grant was still in development. This was road and track presents. The need for speed a game that let you choose between eight real life. Sports cars one for every word in the game title. The game was initially released on the short lived three d. o. Console the brainchild of electronic arts founder trip hawkins which is a sick name. Sounds like a fake pilot's name like bullying an eighty s movie. There seven hundred reasons why you may never have heard of the three. Do one for every dollar in. Its eye popping price tag. That's right it costs seven hundred dollars when it was launched in nineteen ninety-three that would be twelve hundred and sixty dollars today to three. Do is still the most expensive console ever sold adjusted for inflation and because of its price. It failed to build a following. Why you get the the. Ps five is out at the time of this airing. The top one is four ninety nine. You can get one for three ninety nine. Yeah you could probably buy every system. You could get an xbox. Ps five and a switch late light for that price. That's pretty amazing. Yeah when i was a kid like it was kind of like a legend. Like no anything that. Yeah but they were like you know the three. Do like yeah. Of course three d. r. i. Nobody can afford it. Parents aren't gonna buy us a three d. o. Guys if we all chip in maybe we can buy three. Do together maybe. When we're forty later years a need for speed would be released on. Pc and play station unlike grand. Juries mo- which would focus on achieving realism from the design of ground up physics engine road and track presents the need for speed focused on winning over driving enthusiasts by touting a collaboration with a venerable automotive magazine yes at trend that survives to this day among road and tracks contributions to the game was consultation on each car's handling and driving sounds along with spoken commentary in short video clips set to rock and museau by today's standards but back then it was cutting edge. I mean this is like not unlike nolan. And i being in dirt five which is available now for download or smart delivery that's true. These features are vintage nineties. With plenty of shaky cam digital blur typewriter fonts. The commentary is also something to behold over rocking wailing riffs. A boom in male announcer describes the specs of each car as if he's announcing a ufc title bout to give you a taste from the description of the mazda rx7. We'll hop off the line. Hinders drag strip starts but once underway. The rx7 is explosively fast. The transition from primary to secondary turbo operation is hardly noticeable handling is extremely responsive and with point nine four g of lateral grit and only slight body rowley. Rx seven his second only to the viper in its race car like feel actually kinda liked that. They really leaned into the magazine. Kind of vibe for the game. My obviously you're not. Yeah when you're playing the game. You aren't going to notice that transition from primary secondary turbo outraged you because it's probably not programmed into the game right. The mind is a very powerful thing and suggestion. The power of suggestion is real. Yeah could see being like a six year old being like. Oh i felt that second term. Not as good as he thought. There's my wheel hop off the line. They said that they said that would happen in a dead. Now you're actually. You're actually really on point with that. James when we were talking to you the dirt five developers for The like the video game wheelhouse that we put out a lot of racing games will have visual damage and players. I mean there's cosmetic versus like mechanical damage in some games but a lot of games say they have damage. It's really visual and players. Think the cars drive differently. But there's actually it's not possible for them to drive differently because that's not programmed in so it's all about that that getting that mindset correct. Yeah there's even a history section for each vehicle which was essentially a mid nineties prototype of pass gas quote the origin of the supra dates back to nineteen seventy one when toyota introduced the celica as an economical four-cylinder sports car Perhaps the best track flavor however is the maximum hype descriptions of the tracks from the tranquility of suburbia to the pandemonium of the urban jungle. This route opens up with gentle freeway and winds its way into the bowels of the city's underground road snaking everywhere underpasses overpasses concrete barriers. Long winding tunnels. It's all here for you day in. You're sitting on your couch. Like what exploring the games features gives insight into what would specifically appeal to a driving enthusiast. In the mid nineties with the internet and youtube a list of stats and videos of cars are literally in our pockets a couple of taps and swipes way at all times but back in nineteen ninety four to page through glossy images click on videos and listen to an announcer read. You must have felt downright futuristic like when neo loads kung-fu into his brain in the matrix. Yeah freed from the arcade video game. Companies were starting to think of their products. That's multimedia experiences and in this case a game that felt like driving into the pages of a car magazine. I think that's really cool. Yeah as for the game played need for speed shared the limitations of previous games. You had a limited selection of eight cars six tracks. These cars included the previously mentioned. Rx7 as well as the acura ns x. The chevy lake corvette z are one ferrari five twelve tr and porsche. Nine eleven career to name a few which is interesting because porsche didn't let.
"mo project" Discussed on Talking Mopars
"My choices would really be. If I could get him. Oh, par transmission in it I'd love that but I think the turbo four hundred is GonNa Win I think a ladder borrow four link. you know I think that's going to be the choice that will need to make. I think a smaller tire because we're were running A. Smaller wheel tub. Would make the expenses a lot less but if somebody wants to see a big fat tire under the scar. And that's what the populace wants. And you know. I think the wheel choices will be interesting too but I mean I've got my I've got my favorites but to be honest. I love all race cars. And I'm just excited to see it coming out of there and I'm excited to start you know. providing. WHEREAB- -als T shirts, stickers, lot of other things that I think we can do to raise money and and support the program. Awesome yeah. I'm really excited I'm sure everybody's just dying to know what I think the car should be I you know I'm special needs. I think it needs to be leaf springs small tire. I said that when I When I fantasized about a superstar with modern power plant that I would literally take a superstock Dart and throw a modern Hammy and and just see what kind of chaos could erupt from that combination. So that's what I'm riding with and. For everybody listening you just really have to if you don't know about the park project build Mo- project excuse me go to build Mo- par Dot Com and just read up about it about how far it's come so far it's just It's so cool. It's the only project like it out there. You know where you can take part in helping Hemi pages and ready chassis build this car along with some of the best engine builders in the game you know who knows who's going to get chosen I. Hope that I'm GonNa release this podcast early earlier than managed to get it out before the vote ends So hopefully, we can get some more numbers there I would like to know how so. Modern Street Hemi shootout. That's where this car is basically gonNA make its maiden voyage as far as competition. How far into the future? Do you see yourselves competing with Dr? Pack Well. That'll be interesting. It'll be interesting because you know will I wonder how competitive it be you know it'll be the carbon it'll also be us. If it's a real winner I think we'll have to make the decision on. Do, we want to sell it and give somebody else the joy of owning it and build another Maybe based on a different chassis like a duster. Or do we continue to campaign it? For our own purposes and build another. But. Of course, that would be pretty expensive to continue to maintain. Three cars so I think it'll be it'll be more of a decision as to what the? Public. You know. Thanks. I actually had a crazy idea of starting an s corporation..
"mo project" Discussed on Talking Mopars
"And ready chassis dot shop guys. Welcome back to this show. How are you guys doing good very good. Thanks for having a crisp known well. Yeah Oh definitely, you guys are making some power moves in the world of Mo- par, and I'm really excited about your current project, which is the build Mo- projects. I've been talking about it as much as I can because I'm so excited about it but for those that aren't familiar with the build moped project, tell us what that's about. Sure. So earlier, this year especially with all the. Political he will and everybody being locked in their house and most experts being close. We felt like we really wanted to do something different for the drag racing ammo, par audience but for the most part people that liked to build and nearly race Mo- Parson. So we came up with what we call the V. Eight vote or the Cooperative Carville? Which which we originally named democracy on selects but elite stuck with the bill par. But the concept being that consumers enthusiasts could vote on Roughly. Ten to eleven eleven different stages of the build of a car that we would campaign in twenty twenty one. So the only thing we really had going into it was nominations by the vendors of what they thought. You know the four cars should be and what the racing sanctioned bodies should be that we participated in and from there it's been enthusiast votes, many times in the hundreds, and we're through think six votes now. So it's a it's getting interesting. We're we're now getting into the Technical Aspects of Picking drive lines and setting the car up for. Things that are really going to define how it runs and. Fuel that it uses in that. So really interesting. So the way that it's worked is about every two or three weeks we release a new vote and we do various marketing events to get the campaign out there make the poll available and then the people vote. For example right now, we're at the the engine build. Vote they're picking the enthusiasts are picking the shop they wanNA see building engine. Previous to that was the super chart, the the power.
Interview with Chuck and Matt McMurray
"Guys. Welcome back to this show. How are you guys doing good very good. Thanks for having a crisp known well. Yeah Oh definitely, you guys are making some power moves in the world of Mo- par, and I'm really excited about your current project, which is the build Mo- projects. I've been talking about it as much as I can because I'm so excited about it but for those that aren't familiar with the build moped project, tell us what that's about. Sure. So earlier, this year especially with all the. Political he will and everybody being locked in their house and most experts being close. We felt like we really wanted to do something different for the drag racing ammo, par audience but for the most part people that liked to build and nearly race Mo- Parson. So we came up with what we call the V. Eight vote or the Cooperative Carville? Which which we originally named democracy on selects but elite stuck with the bill par. But the concept being that consumers enthusiasts could vote on Roughly. Ten to eleven eleven different stages of the build of a car that we would campaign in twenty twenty one. So the only thing we really had going into it was nominations by the vendors of what they thought. You know the four cars should be and what the racing sanctioned bodies should be that we participated in and from there it's been enthusiast votes, many times in the hundreds, and we're through think six votes now. So it's a it's getting interesting. We're we're now getting into the Technical Aspects of Picking drive lines and setting the car up for. Things that are really going to define how it runs and. Fuel that it uses in that. So really interesting. So the way that it's worked is about every two or three weeks we release a new vote and we do various marketing events to get the campaign out there make the poll available and then the people vote. For example right now, we're at the the engine build. Vote they're picking the enthusiasts are picking the shop they wanNA see building engine. Previous to that was the super chart, the the power and that the win went to the whipple super charger. So we're starting to define some of the more mechanical things but. It's been a really fun project. We're getting a lot of feedback. We actually get a lot of questions email to us, and it's just been fun to be able to interact with the audience and there are some prizes in there too that that I never expected. So that's been been a lot of fun to see what people really think and what they vote on for each phase of the car. Awesome what kind of questions are you getting about the car? So. Know even though we published that we're going to be running it in modern street hemi shootout people have asked us what class. That that, we're planning a running in you know what kind of fuel were planning on running? How big the tires will be. You know before it's funny. A lot of the things that they drill into are the questions that are going to get answered when the next votes come up. So they were asking us what engine shop. You be running a a moped transmission or not will we be running Dana or an eight and three quarter or not? You know what's the size of the root tires? and. Then, of course we get. Free unsolicited advice. Which I knew we would get with You know what we think we what what folks think we should be doing. And things like that. So it's been good. It's it's educating given that we've got a company that's going to be continuing to build cars are after this campaign is over. So this is actually serving as kind of a prototype for one of the bodies will be offering. As as a graduates to the. Final stages? Right on. So this is going to be a package that. Ready Chassis will be able to provide to people that you WANNA go fast correct. Yeah. We'll have it in. We'll have it in three different formats really well, actually four I should say is will will be publishing a book a manual on how to how to build the exact same car using the same package and some of the things that we faced in the process. You'll be able to build a a or by a rolling chassis that is painted and essentially built without drive line. And then you'll be able to get a relatively finished car with Dr Line and. Maybe leaving us some of the details out like safety Belsen parachutes and things like that or the completely assembled. Her and and tested. ready to rock version of. Of. The same car so An will probably offer popular colors as well as the factories watches that are available.
"mo project" Discussed on Talking Mopars
"This week's project. . Car of the week is actually a van and I'm starting to think I should just call this segment. Mo- . par project of the week just because. . You know I picked more than just cars for the segment. . So be ready for that change. . I'm trying to be a little bit more diverse with the Mo parts that I choose for this segment because I do like mo parts from all areas and all types of Mo- parts and I think that good moped projects aren't just cars sometimes their trucks, , and since I'm on a van kick this week was a van and Let, , me say that I actually set out to find van for this week's project. . There was just one issue there aren't very many out there. . So let's read the ad and then we'll talk some more about vans and why they can make cool projects. . The van featured on this edition of Mo- Project of the week was posted on the Mo- part hundred facebook page on Sunday September sixth at nine. . AM HERE IS THE AD. . Van Three Thousand Nine, , hundred, , ninety, , five, , dollars, , nineteen seventy five, , dodge tradesman shorty three Eighteen v eight auto runs drives and stops pretty well for a forty five year old van. . If you've been looking for one of these, , this is one to consider not showroom ready. . But great start to a street machine serious inquiries only please three, , thousand, , nine, , hundred, , ninety, , five dollars, , or best offer title status is clean. . So. . This ban is a short wheelbase van, , which for these is one hundred, , nine inches compared to the longer versions that one, , hundred, , twenty, , seven inches the van that I wanna buy from Stacey is a hundred, , twenty, , seven inches for wheelbase. . So it's longer than my dad's was since my dad's was a like this van the one in this ad is to tone it has a light blue base with a thick. . Dark blue striped mid body in a dark blue roof. . It has a windshield visor which is very buggy vanish and it has my favorite bubble windows of all time. . The PENTASTAR portholes they are super rare and I'd love to hunt down a set for my future van project. . But if stacy's van ends up being mind, , then I'll just settle for the round portholes unless I can find. . Those awesome. . Pentastar. . Wants this van. . Also has a grant wood grain steering wheel, , which adds to that nostalgic feeling along with that pop up Sunroof, , and it looks like at one point back was done up like seventies custom but right now it's pretty bare, , which is great. . Because most of the time when you find these vans, , the cargo area usually needs to be redone. These . old buggy vans had all shag carpet and cabinets put in Old Saints and. Things . like that. . So chances are if you find one of these, , it'll probably need new carpet and things like that. . This one actually has a plywood floor and looking around it actually looks like the van was originally read. . The good news is that it will be easy to strip the cargo area and get creative to create your own space. . I. . Like the idea of a modern version of a classic book Van Something. . Creative enough that you can go to shows and show it off. . But you can also go camping, , and if you're the nomad life, , you can hit the road and live that van life but it would also be cool to get this thing capable of hauling a race car that way you have a place to store your tools, , parts, , extra tires, , and have a place to stay at the track instead of. . A ten I really liked that idea for me I like all those possibilities but the possibility of having a mobile podcast studio when I go to events would be really cool and if I bring merch with me, , it would make a great display for the Merch to this thing has a three eighteen. . It's running and driving and hey, , it stops too. . So that's always nice <hes> I like projects that you can. . Drive home and this thing is you know that type of a project, , it even has some pin striping on the hood, , which is cool because it's kind of like a throwback. . It does need some new wheels and tires and some fifteen by ten on fats in the back and some fifteen by eight in the front would give this thing that groovy raked stance that was so popular with these vans back. . In the day I, , think that this van is also in desperate need of a front lip spoiler and the fender flares, , which you can surprisingly still find if you look hard enough online but all in all, , I'd say if you were interested in getting a Boogie van for a project for less than four grant, , I think this one is a great candidate I actually did reach out to the seller just to. . Feel the water and see what the temperature was like and it sounds like he's pretty firm with not much wiggle room. . But he said that thirty five, , hundred to the right person would take it home. . WanNa know what I offered him. . But that's a whole nother story since these vans are hard to find think he's in the ballpark the side doors do have a little damage and there's definitely some work probably needs to be done but overall, it , appears to be pretty solid. . So if you're looking to get back into fanning and relive your youth or even if you're a rookie banner, , this would make a fun project keep on Truckin my friends that was Mo- part project of the week Nomo par left behind. . Since we're on the topic of vans. . This week's high-performance part belongs to a custom Shorty Dodge van and the two thousand, , fifteen movie American ultra and because I suck at explaining movies, , I finally come to the realization that from now on I think I'm just GonNa read the Synopsis Straight from Rotten Tomatoes. . So here is the synopsis for American Ultra. . Tomatoes. . American ultra is a fast paced action comedy about Mike Played by Jesse Eisenberg, , a seemingly hapless and unmotivated donor who's small town life with his live in girlfriend phoebe played by Kristen Stewart is suddenly turned upside down unbeknownst to him. . Mike is actually a highly trained lethal sleeper agent in the blink of an eye as a secret past comes back to haunt him. . Mike is Thrust into the middle of deadly government operation and is forced to summon his. . Interaction hero in order to survive. . Now, , where does this sweet Boogie van come in well about seventeen minutes and thirty seconds into the movie Eisenberg's character Mike Meets up with his drug dealer rose played by John Leguizamo to buy illegal fireworks. . The show he wants to put on for when he proposes to phoebe Rachel Rolls Up to the meeting spot in one thousand, , nine, , hundred, , ninety, , four to nineteen, , seventy, six, , , dodge short van with a wild paint scheme which. . To me looks like a vinyl rap, , but
The Adult Toys From Dodge
"This week's project. Car of the week is actually a van and I'm starting to think I should just call this segment. Mo- par project of the week just because. You know I picked more than just cars for the segment. So be ready for that change. I'm trying to be a little bit more diverse with the Mo parts that I choose for this segment because I do like mo parts from all areas and all types of Mo- parts and I think that good moped projects aren't just cars sometimes their trucks, and since I'm on a van kick this week was a van and Let, me say that I actually set out to find van for this week's project. There was just one issue there aren't very many out there. So let's read the ad and then we'll talk some more about vans and why they can make cool projects. The van featured on this edition of Mo- Project of the week was posted on the Mo- part hundred facebook page on Sunday September sixth at nine. AM HERE IS THE AD. Van Three Thousand Nine, hundred, ninety, five, dollars, nineteen seventy five, dodge tradesman shorty three Eighteen v eight auto runs drives and stops pretty well for a forty five year old van. If you've been looking for one of these, this is one to consider not showroom ready. But great start to a street machine serious inquiries only please three, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, five dollars, or best offer title status is clean. So. This ban is a short wheelbase van, which for these is one hundred, nine inches compared to the longer versions that one, hundred, twenty, seven inches the van that I wanna buy from Stacey is a hundred, twenty, seven inches for wheelbase. So it's longer than my dad's was since my dad's was a like this van the one in this ad is to tone it has a light blue base with a thick. Dark blue striped mid body in a dark blue roof. It has a windshield visor which is very buggy vanish and it has my favorite bubble windows of all time. The PENTASTAR portholes they are super rare and I'd love to hunt down a set for my future van project. But if stacy's van ends up being mind, then I'll just settle for the round portholes unless I can find. Those awesome. Pentastar. Wants this van. Also has a grant wood grain steering wheel, which adds to that nostalgic feeling along with that pop up Sunroof, and it looks like at one point back was done up like seventies custom but right now it's pretty bare, which is great. Because most of the time when you find these vans, the cargo area usually needs to be redone. These old buggy vans had all shag carpet and cabinets put in Old Saints and. Things like that. So chances are if you find one of these, it'll probably need new carpet and things like that. This one actually has a plywood floor and looking around it actually looks like the van was originally read. The good news is that it will be easy to strip the cargo area and get creative to create your own space. I. Like the idea of a modern version of a classic book Van Something. Creative enough that you can go to shows and show it off. But you can also go camping, and if you're the nomad life, you can hit the road and live that van life but it would also be cool to get this thing capable of hauling a race car that way you have a place to store your tools, parts, extra tires, and have a place to stay at the track instead of. A ten I really liked that idea for me I like all those possibilities but the possibility of having a mobile podcast studio when I go to events would be really cool and if I bring merch with me, it would make a great display for the Merch to this thing has a three eighteen. It's running and driving and hey, it stops too. So that's always nice I like projects that you can. Drive home and this thing is you know that type of a project, it even has some pin striping on the hood, which is cool because it's kind of like a throwback. It does need some new wheels and tires and some fifteen by ten on fats in the back and some fifteen by eight in the front would give this thing that groovy raked stance that was so popular with these vans back. In the day I, think that this van is also in desperate need of a front lip spoiler and the fender flares, which you can surprisingly still find if you look hard enough online but all in all, I'd say if you were interested in getting a Boogie van for a project for less than four grant, I think this one is a great candidate I actually did reach out to the seller just to. Feel the water and see what the temperature was like and it sounds like he's pretty firm with not much wiggle room. But he said that thirty five, hundred to the right person would take it home. WanNa know what I offered him. But that's a whole nother story since these vans are hard to find think he's in the ballpark the side doors do have a little damage and there's definitely some work probably needs to be done but overall, it appears to be pretty solid. So if you're looking to get back into fanning and relive your youth or even if you're a rookie banner, this would make a fun project keep on Truckin my friends that was Mo- part project of the week Nomo par left behind. Since we're on the topic of vans. This week's high-performance part belongs to a custom Shorty Dodge van and the two thousand, fifteen movie American ultra and because I suck at explaining movies, I finally come to the realization that from now on I think I'm just GonNa read the Synopsis Straight from Rotten Tomatoes. So here is the synopsis for American Ultra. Tomatoes. American ultra is a fast paced action comedy about Mike Played by Jesse Eisenberg, a seemingly hapless and unmotivated donor who's small town life with his live in girlfriend phoebe played by Kristen Stewart is suddenly turned upside down unbeknownst to him. Mike is actually a highly trained lethal sleeper agent in the blink of an eye as a secret past comes back to haunt him. Mike is Thrust into the middle of deadly government operation and is forced to summon his. Interaction hero in order to survive. Now, where does this sweet Boogie van come in well about seventeen minutes and thirty seconds into the movie Eisenberg's character Mike Meets up with his drug dealer rose played by John Leguizamo to buy illegal fireworks. The show he wants to put on for when he proposes to phoebe Rachel Rolls Up to the meeting spot in one thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, four to nineteen, seventy, six, dodge short van with a wild paint scheme which. To me looks like a vinyl rap, but
"mo project" Discussed on Talking Mopars
"There you have. It folks another episode of talking Mo- Parks is in the books for more information about this podcast or to listen and subscribe to the please visit talking mopus dot com, and don't forget that you can send me your stories, questions, comments, complaints, suggestions, and everything else on your mopey depicted mind to Chris Talking Mo- parts dot com or leave me a voice message on my voice box at two zero nine twenty Mo- par to hear yourself on the show folks we also now have merged in the talking Mo- Pars Merck shop you can purchase cool things like. Stickers mugs and more. So if you want to help support the show and get some cool stuff at the same time jump over to talking Mo- Pars Dot com big. Thanks to rob. Kibi. Once again for having me on the muscle car place, be sure to go find that podcast listen answers scribe. Shout out to Hemi pages. Dot Com be sure to take part in the build Mo- project. If you have no idea what I'm talking about go to HEMI PAGES DOT COM and learn more the build moped project is going to be awesome and so far it is awesome. I'll give you a quick rundown right now it's a community build where we've chosen the car we chosen the color and right now we are in the middle of choosing the power. adder the car is going to be a sixty eight dodge DART superstock tribute car with a modern mopeds Hemi in it, and now we're going to decide if it's going to be an all motor Hemi or if it's going to be turbocharged, pro charged were getting crazy with this thing..
"mo project" Discussed on I Burn Everything
"How you doing I am good. The air quality is sincerely so horrific I looked. I couldn't breathe outside and I was like what is happening and I looked it up, and the weather says hazardous air quality, so this will air in you know on Wednesday, but it's Sunday now and it is the worst air quality I've ever felt in La. It's it's it's really. It's not good and I mean. People have been laid off fireworks in our area in our city for days, but last night they really they really stepped it up and went above and beyond, and now the air is just just a massive sulphur and. A gun powder, and and whatever the US to make different colors. I don't know I'm not a I'm not a not a gun, powder, scientist, but. But you know what I am I am a a donor. I'm GONNA I'm. GonNa Donate. To A or a difficult okra project and I would love if you would match me. Let me tell you a little bit about the Oakland Project. Before we begin our episode. Steve I would love to hear about it, and then I can tell you at the end of us if Matthew. Okay Great No, you know don't say anything because I could. I could be really be making up a a charity I could be. You don't even know what I'm about to say, so this is I mean well I should. I should not have asked you so soon. Yeah, this is like asking me for a second date before you ask for I see. Would you like to donate to the charity? Known as the Dave? Van Mo- Project and let me tell you how it works. Project to its dollars in the pockets of Dave's now not just all. Dave's specifically me Dave Horwitz. Okay now. Why? Why do I need money? I need money because my current job is ending on Friday kind. If you give me money than I, won't need another job. Wow, okay. I, I, actually think I would like the option to. Actually like the option to give it to. Other Dave's too so I think if you opened up the charity I'd be open to that, but in all seriousness Dave. I'll give you a give you money. If you want money but I'd rather give it to someone like say. Maybe you did some research on a charity I would love to hear about that, and then maybe give to that instead, but up to you okay well. Let me tell you about this other charity I heard of. That sounds really great, and if you, if you still the end of this pitch would rather give me money. I'm totally down for that. Kapiti. So today we're GONNA. Talk about the ochre project and combine attention, because it just seems not just seems you know vital and important, but it also seems kind of wholesome, and it's definitely food related, so it feels like it has a real home in our podcast, and the way that donations to them works is very simple This is straight from their website based on individual donations. The ochre project pays black trench chefs to go into the homes of black. Trans people to cook them. A healthy at home cooked meal at absolutely no cost to our black transgender non-conforming siblings for those Black Trans folks currently experiencing homeless. Or whose homes cannot support one chefs cooking the project? His partner with institutions like Osborne Association and other communities spaces to deliver foods, so no matter what your donation is going toward providing food for those who don't have food whether it's an in home meal cooked or food delivery so since it's just the two of us To wear. Money could come from, but if you had a group eighteen people who donate five dollars.
"mo project" Discussed on Talking Mopars
"This one just happens to be a lighter color like a white or cream now. That is pretty rare I. don't see that very often and I see. Every single one of these trucks that comes on craigslist I see, check out you know unless it gets sold before I get to it but. You, know it's not too often. Run across the seat, and this one has the white, so it's a yellow truck with the white interior and you know it needs a little cleaning up the door. Panels are white and it's just. It's just a cool color combination, and it's a utilizing so that makes it cool in my book. It is a V8 four speed truck. So that's awesome in a runs drives you know. What more could you want? It would make a great starter Mo- project especially if you're a guy or girl, if you like trucks, this might be something you'd like to get into and the ten grill community is growing. It's getting bigger and people are really starting to. To take notice of these trucks, so get one now before they get to unattainable. Now there are some companies that make sheet metal replacement parts, so rust damage isn't too big a factor, but these trucks did have rest problems, and they did have some minor electrical problems, but nothing that can't be fixed, so you know. Maybe you're looking at muscle cars and you're just like I'll never have a mo- part because I can't afford them well. Here's a fifty five hundred dollars par that is not only cool, but I will guarantee you. This thing will raise in value so long as it doesn't get into any worse shape than an ordinance I think. These trucks make great projects and. I'm predicting that they're just going to get more popular. As time goes on, so we'll see how that goes, but you know. I decided that it was time to get another d one hundred or another ten grill on project car of the week so Dow's project car the week. Someone needs to get this truck and save it. No par left behind..
"mo project" Discussed on Talking Mopars
"Today's project car. The day was posted on the MOPE. One hundred facebook page. Tuesday may twenty sixth at Twelve PM. Here is the Ad Nineteen seventy-two Dodge Dart Swinger. Two thousand nine hundred dollars. Price is firm on this forty eight year old car that runs and drives. The engine starts run smooth. I am not one hundred percent share on the history of the engine. Original rebuilds internal components three eighteen five point two liter engine with Ethelbert performer intake. Manifold Holly six hundred see. Fm Forty one sixty carburetor with manual. Choke viscous fan dual exhaust with some mufflers. The transmission leaks if not driven regularly three speed automatic transmission with no issue shifting. I do have a TRANSCO. T.f To shift kit that I never installed rear shocks are air but have a slow leak. Radio was removed and replaced with a tape player before I owned it. Neither are connected. Cd Player added under Dash and is connected to to sun damage. Six by nine speakers in the rear front speakers under dash weren't hooked up the dashes cracked and most likely wouldn't permit reinstallation when she started leaking within the past year or so and ruined the front carpet. I tore out the front section of carpet so that I could keep the floor as dry as possible when shield has one repair the size of a coin glasses intact very recently. The rear window started leaking into truck. Driver side. Rear Window doesn't roll down. Some trim is not installed on hood and right rear. I have those pieces in the trunk. Heat and fan works no air conditioning. The car shows impact damage that can be seen on the passenger side fender. It was repaired before I purchased it. I've had the car for almost twenty years and use it as a daily driver off and on it drives comfortably with a few rattles that could probably easily tightened up. I have the bill cheat on file. Cash only test drives with cash in hand. Mo- par condition and title status are both listed as salvage all right folks so what we have here is a ratty Mo- part that runs and drives one of my favorite things on this earth. So Eh needs a little bit of work. It's got some surface rust on the floor. Pans Dash Pat is cracked. The seats a little tore up. But you know what you expect from a car. That's forty eight years old. The paint is oxidized. Got a little bit of cancer. Starting to bubble up in the quarters but overall this car is pretty solid for what it is and for twenty nine hundred bucks. It's really hard to find something that runs drives that you can tinker with for a couple of grant. That's not really that bad of a price but the one thing the elephant in the room and we're not talking about a Hemi is that it is a salvage title. Now here's my position on this. You take a look at the car. If it's something that you're interested in you know getting underneath it take a good look. Make sure it's not too twisted. Apparently there's still some evidence of the accident inside the engine bay which I would look at that inner fender that he's talking about and just get a better idea of maybe how hard the impact was and the best thing to do is just get underneath the car and take a look at everything underneath there. Make sure nothing looks to tweaked but you know if this is just a ratty beater who really cares you know as long as it drives straight and you know isn't too crazy as far as while you're driving it doesn't pull violently to the right or anything like that. Nothing that would cause too much of a concern. I think this isn't a bad deal for a starter motor par. It would be a great little project. It's already got a V eight in it. You know so three eighteen but you can still have fun with three eighteen A really good start to Running and driving Mo- project so if it was me I would pick it up. Have a little fun with it. Tweak it a little bit and fix it as I go. This car isn't the type of car that you would want to invest. You know tens of thousands of dollars into to get perfect. This is the time of Car. That you adjust. Sometimes you just need a beater to beat on and this would be perfect for that. It'll be great you know it's got a little three eighteen in it. You can have some fun with the three eighteen. Who Said you can't? I'm trying to have some fun with three eighteen. Dr So I guess we'll see how that goes but he doesn't know the exact history on the engine. That's okay three eight or a dime a dozen so if anything goes crazy you can buy another one for a couple of hundred bucks or maybe you score free when like I did but I think this car is a good starter project for somebody that maybe wants to dip their toe into the MO- par world. Sometimes people will ask me. What's good starter? Mo- part and I always point in the direction of a body for obvious reasons. There were so many of them made parts are pretty readily available. They're not as hard to find as e bodies or be bodies and the parts seem to be a little bit more reasonable price wise. And you know this car is a bare bones dart. You know it's dark green it's got green interior it isn't GonNa win any beauty. Contests let me just say that but it has that ratty look that. I like and I am an advocate for cars that run and drive that are in project states so in my opinion this would be a great car for somebody to start with. You're not gonNA make a killing on it. This isn't a bare Jackson car. This isn't one of those flipper cars. But you know if you dipped your tone win and you don't like the way that water feels sell the car but I think this is a great project and I wouldn't be too worried about the whole salvage title thing If the CAR CHECKOUT OUT STRAIGHT. Hey it's it's nearly fifty years old. Take a good look at it. Make sure no serious damage. You know you can tell a lot by getting underneath a car and just taking a look around just by taking a look at the structure of the car you can tell if the structural integrity has been compromised just by getting underneath the thing and looking around. So that's what I would suggest twenty nine hundred bucks. What I pay twenty nine hundred it depends on the situation but yes usually if I feature a car and talking more powers for project car of the week or in this case project car of the day. It's probably something that I would buy. I want to go ahead and stand behind this car as a decent by you know. Is it a crazy deal? Is it a good deal? Sure I mean it runs drives if you're just looking for a beater ratty Mo- part drive around for cheap there. Renzo drives this is it. You know a car like this would be perfect so doesn't need some love. Yes a lot is going to be one of those investment cars. I talk about a lot when he spent a lot of money. On a MO- Power. But you look twenty years ahead and you go okay. I'll probably make some money on the if I had to flip it. No this car is not that but it's a good place to start and hey when it comes to cars. You're not going anywhere the thing don't start so this is a good one to go with. I would say you know. Try to get it for two grant. He wants twenty nine hundred needs firm on the price but try to get it for two grant. I think if you get this thing for twenty five hundred and now look. I'm kind of comparing this to how much I spent on my dart. I spent fifteen hundred bucks for a rolling. Shell basically so this one at least runs drives. So you're ahead of the game if I could go back and let's just say that when I found my it was a running and driving dart for not fifteen hundred. I bought it for but let's say it was three grand. Would that be a good deal in my eyes? What I bought that car for three thousand dollars per ran and drove absolutely hands down absolutely. So that's why I say this isn't a bad deal. Okay I have well over three thousand dollars into my dark and the thing isn't even driving yet. It's not even complete. So that's my opinion and I'm sticking to it. Somebody needs to pick up this dart and maybe not save it but enjoy it have some fun. I say. Go for it. No Mo par left behind.
"mo project" Discussed on Talking Mopars
"Show quality examples and they're priced accordingly this one for five grand the shape that this truck is in is to put it lightly. It's in dire need of restoration. Okay the paint is faded. The logos on the doors are completely gone. The stacks are actually in the bed of the truck. So the stacks aren't intact. The interior needs work this thing. It's about as rough as a little red express can get. I've seen some that. Were in a field for what looked like fifteen or twenty years. That looked better than this thing. But that's okay you know for five thousand dollars. You're getting a Little Red Express. That's you know the seller says it's about ninety five percent complete. I'm wondering what he means by that. But let's assume that you have most of the parts to put this truck together and you can get it running. That would be a really cool. Ratty MO- project truck. That's what I think. There's just something about it. That's cool you know. It's got bumps bruises dings DANCE. You know the passenger fenders kind of messed in the front. It's a I'm sure it's got plenty of rust. These ten grilled dodge trucks. Now if you're not familiar with the term ten Grill Dodge Truck Tin Grill. Was the nickname given seventy to eighty dodge plymouth and Fargo trucks that was coined by my friend Paul from the tin girl. Dodge trucks facebook. Page now back to this truck. It needs some work you know. It's the underside appears to be okay. You know doesn't appear to be a complete rob box but the trump needs some love but it is not so far gone that it wouldn't make it worthwhile now at five thousand dollars. I think that's a pretty good bye. I see a lot of complete rob boxes for around. You know two to three grand so for another couple grand you get a little red express. I think that's a good deal and I'm such a fan of ratty Mo- parts that I would just get to running you know you're GonNa hear that a lot on this show because I firmly believe that the best thing you can do for these old mopeds is just get them back on the road. They don't have to be fully restored even ratty condition a little rust. Never heard anybody a little faded paint. Never hurt anybody you know. Have some fun. These trucks are cool and actually did a high-performance heritage episode of this podcast about these trucks. And you know I'm a fan. I'm a fan of the Little Red Express. I'm a fan of ten girl. Dodge trucks period. But there's something about the Little Red Express that's cool and it's always been that way you know the last American hot Rod You know and like I said five thousand. That's really not that much money. When you consider all the other vehicles out there for five thousand dollars I've seen rotted complete wrought boxes you know. Be BODIES AND E bodies for. Triple the price okay. So if you're complaining about a five thousand dollar beater truck that has cool factor like the Little Red Express. Get Out of here. You're out of your mind but this thing school and I think it's worth I grant you know the seller says the original. V eight engine and transmission. So that's good. You may be able to get this thing running really quick I would personally. These trucks had really big problems with the bulkhead connectors. It's not too uncommon. Define the bulkheads melted on these things so go through the wiring? You know if you buy a ten girl dodge truck. The first thing I would do is look at that bulkhead connector and address any issues. There start in the front and work your way through the truck Because the wiring is biggest problem with these things the engines. You can get these things running really easily for those of you. That don't have seventy six Dodge D. One hundred had ran in three years. Got It running. Really Quick Drove Home. And you know the biggest problem. I've had with that. Trump has been electrical because the bulkhead connector was completely melted and the previous owner had bypass the meter and caused all sorts of problems. So now I'm going through an rewiring the whole thing and I suck at wiring so it's been kind of a project but if you buy this little red express here's what I would do. I would get running first and then once you know that the engine runs. Obviously you wanted to your fluids and all that stuff but the first thing after you get a running should be to look at that wiring because these trucks are notorious for melting down at the bulkhead connector on the firewall. If you have that issue then you're going to have to either go wire by wire. Find a wiring harness or. I know there's a couple of guys out there that recreate these wiring harnesses for these trucks. Or you can just rewire the whole truck. I chose to rewire my truck. You definitely want to address the wiring in these things and if it's if it's good if it looks good sweet but I would bypass the meter or at least you know go through the connections and make sure that everything is up to par and then of course you get into your safety stuff your brakes and all that fun stuff get the truck to a point where you can just drive it and enjoy it and maybe fix it up along the way. I think there's a lot of people that are scared to drive in something that other people would think is ratty or a hoop dee or whatever derogatory car term. You can use against him. But that's just because they don't know what they are. If you really appreciated the history of Mo- pars then when you see a ratty little red express you'd go. Oh that's really cool. I like that a lot. You know what I mean Some people don't like the utilize I like swept lines myself but the utilize are cooling their own way and I would love to have one especially a little red express if I could get my hands on this truck. I'd be happy man Kazan. I'd have my swept line my utilizing and there's just something about the Little Red Express. I don't know if it's the stacks or the history but it's just a cool truck and for five grand. I think this was great by this. Is High performance parts the segment of the show? Where we take a couple minutes to highlight a moped from TV or movie history. And this week's high-performance part belongs to the Viper from the TV series Viper. Now I was thinking about what mopeds wanted to use for this week segment of high performance parts and I thought about it and I thought about it and there's so many of them and a lot of them have already been covered by other shows. So what I wanted to do on this episode was trying to find something so obscure that I and I'm sure this has been talked about. I just couldn't find the podcast that it was talked about if it was ever talked about in the first place but if not then I guess it was talked about here I folks and that is the Viper from the TV series Viper. It was such a corny show when it first came out but I was a kid you know came out. And what like ninety four so that would have put me a wet nine so of course? I loved it because when I first saw the viper. That's the vipers are cars that I call poster cars. It's a car. I had a poster of on the wall in my room as a kid so I will always have a special place in my heart for a vibrant and I would love to own one someday but this show was basically about about the viper. It was a law enforcement Special Operations Division that took Viper and basically turned it into a transformer so this regular rt ten would morph into a crime fighting. Just a superhero car. That's what it seemed like to me as a kid because you hit this button and then the Red Dodge Viper would turn silver and you know it would basically all the panels would shift and now you have this silver looking concept car looking viper but I thought it was really cool as a kid and doing some research on it. I remember now that the car eventually became a cobalt Blue Viper. Gts COOP so later on in the series towards the end actually. It wasn't a red RT ten anymore it was. Actually Viper. Gt Coupe. And I think the show ended in ninety nine and I just think it's funny that had a TV show called Viper about a viper. The transformed crazy is that you know. That's so nineties with some of the other cars that I've talked about on high performance parts. I've seen those movies recently and I'm trying to remember this show from when I was nine not probably not gonNA happen and I have no interest in watching a TV series from that period of time. But since it's got a viper in I'll probably go check out a couple episodes and see I know that Doing some research actually looked on youtube to see if I can find any cool clips and there was actually a clip of like the bad guy in a. I think it was sixty seven. Gt Coupe the Was supposedly a Hemi. It had guns. That were in place of the inner headlights. It was a fun little video clip on Youtube. So you could probably look it up if you just look viper. Tv Show or Viper series. You'll probably see the video but yeah Chrysler had involvement in a TV series called Viper. How crazy is that? That's not looking at the design of the they called the Viper. After it transformed they called the car the Viper defender. I think it was cool. It was cool for what it was in the nineties in the nineties. It was really cool. You know that's high-performance parts for this week the Viper from the TV series Viper..
"mo project" Discussed on Talking Mopars
"So with the prices of MOPE. Our project cars getting crazy out there. One has to ask the question of what is the best budget. Mo- Project Car to buy right now in today's market but let me clarify something before we get into this topic. This opinion is is based on Mozart's for fun not mow Parse for flipping even though the platform we are about to talk about has good investment potential. So if you're looking for information on buying MO- parts to flip this is not the episode for you but there will definitely be an episode on flipping Mo- parts for profit in the future. So what is the best budget Mo- platform to build old. I believe it to be the nineteen sixty seven to seventy six eight bodies. A lot of us don't have deep enough pockets to afford the more sought after Mo- pars out there in the market. But you know what we lack in funds we make up for in enthusiasm. The beauty of this hobbies that you can be strategic in your I mo project car purchase and still have a bunch of a fun without dipping into your Mo- par one K.. Yes that was a cheesy play on. 401K and no. I don't regret it. We're leaving it in. Because that's what we do. Here on talking knocking mope ours. We let our freak flag fly and ours is red white and blue. The pentastar word mope are on it so back to business. Contrary to popular belief Mo- parts can still behalf for reasonable prices. Now I know that reasonable is a subjective term but I think that the next few years is the time to strike on a bodies before they suffer the same mm financial fate as they're more sought after relatives and prices start to soar now. There are die hard e body. Folks that don't care for a bodies which is fine you know not. Everyone owns boardwalk park place but some of us. Just don't pass go collect two hundred dollars. Luckily for us we still have the body specifically the nineteen sixty seven nineteen seventy six model years. These vehicles include the Plymouth Valiant. The Plymouth duster the nineteen sixty seven to sixty thirty nine Plymouth. Barracuda the Barracuda. Actually for those of you. That don't know left. The A body lineup underwent a complete redesign and became an e body alongside the original Dodge Challenger in one thousand nine hundred seventy but going back to the specific models of the bodies from sixty seven. Seventy six you also have the Plymouth scam the Dodge Watch dart the original dodge demon In one thousand nine hundred eighty one seventy two and the DART sport which replaced the demon name since it had caused problems with religious groups. The Dart Sport came out in seventy three I would mention the Australian bodies because there are a bodies that were in Australia. They were a little bit different Actually they were a lot different different but I can't speak on their pricing. So I really. I really don't know much about the Australian market so you know the prices down under. I'm not quite sure and I really. We don't know that much about those cars so I need to do some more research before I can speak on those so this topic pertains to American sixty seven to seventy six eight bodies they can still be had for relatively cheap. It's not uncommon to find running and driving examples for well under ten thousand and very nice examples of these bodies in the high teens. Means to mid twenties with the rarer versions of the cars. You know your. GTS is and your formula s Barracuda's especially the big block. Cars cars There the rarer versions and they can get up into the high twenties and even more. I've seen you know fifty sixty even seventy thousand dollar resto MoD bodies and when you talk about the sixty eight superstock cars the barracudas in the darts. You're talking hundreds of thousands of dollars but the ones generally in the twenties thirties and forties and in some even fifties. They're all in show where the condition some have been restored from the ground up. You get what you pay for if you spent five thousand dollars. Chances Are you're you may get a running and driving arriving body but I've seen some complete basket cases going for five thousand two and I think that's just a case of people trying to capitalize on the classic car market. They probably you won't get that much you know. I've talked about my dark before I paid fifteen hundred dollars for it and it was a rolling shell basically. So there's more room to work with the bodies than any other platform platform of mopeds. So keep that in mind. Another good thing to keep in mind is that parts are really easy to come by with a body since there were so many produced and many of the parts are interchangeable. So that's very nice Another nice thing about eight bodies is that they are lighter than their heavyweight relatives and we all know that power to weight ratios matter her when it comes to performance. You know the lighter with more power the faster you go if you want to get into the moped game but you WanNa do it on a budget with no sacrifice of the Fund Fund Mo par ownership brings. You look no further than the body platform. My other honorable mentions for budget. mope ours are Mo- par trucks spanning several decades from in the sixties. All the way to the modern era. You know you my favorites. Are The ten girls the seventy two eighties but even the you know mid nineties early two thousand Dodge Raj rams make good project trucks you can find nice two wheel drive standard cabs with magnum. V8's in a relatively cheap and they're they're good to build you know. I've seen some really nice builds with those platforms. Early swept lines. Those are really cool. And they're really they're coming around and you're seeing a lot more of them get built Going all the way back back to my first episode I talked about the ten movement and how it annoys me that more people. Don't build dodges but I'm seeing more dodges come out in that's cool. The only problem with more dodgers coming out and people getting exposed to them as the prices of them are going to go up so if you're in the market for a Mohawk project and you like the trucks get one now while they're still reasonable title another platform that I think makes great project MOPE. Ours are the C- bodies so nineteen sixty five to seventy eight What I call? The Big Body mope bars and both both of those groups are still very reasonably priced and my only concern with those are parts. Availability can be a little bit of a challenge with some of the Mo par trucks and the C. bodies because they're just not not as popular as the Beebees E- bodies and bodies so you may have a little bit of problems finding parts but luckily for us they're still mo- par are salvage yards out there that carry a lot of these cars and since they're not that sought after you know in comparison to the other platforms. There's still plenty of parts out there. You just have to find the good. Everyone's I'll actually have other episodes of this show on why those Mo- pars make great budget mopeds too and so we're GonNa talk more about the trucks and the C. Bodies. I know there's some people out there her quite a bit. Actually that have see bodies and they've requested that I talk about see bodies. Look I love see bodies. I think they're awesome. So sit tight folks. We're GONNA get to those. Give me some time all right in closing. The body platform is one that should not be ignored. If you are in the market for more budget friendly Mo par I also believe that it. They have excellent investment potential because the prices are only going to continue to rise over time. That's something to consider as well to sum it all up do not sleep on Komo parse..
"mo project" Discussed on Talking Mopars
"Had the blackout hood the black treatment on the hood with the three forty wedge decal on it and I thought Oh my God. That's cool so I ran over there to look at it and it was the only Brown car that I've ever seen and at very first side I was like all all that is perfect for that car. That color is perfect and I went over there and it had one of those Hang Tags in the In the windshield hanging off the rear view mirror and it said three thousand dollars and I looked at the car and you know thinking back if I remember right it was pretty clean for what it was and for three grand back then I remember my dad kind of thinking that that was a little bit too high of a price and maybe it was but the car Dr. If I remember this right has split bench a column shift automatic and like I said the blackout hood with the three forty wedge. DECAL on it even in its dark brown color. I thought this car was bad ass. I thought about how different my early years of driving would have been had. My Dad bought me that car sometimes terms and you know how fun it would have been spent a couple years working on that car with him before I was old enough to drive. But that's not how the cards played laid out and I never got that car and I actually just recently a dealership in Texas had the exact car maybe not the exact car but the car that they had was splitting image of the one that I saw in Seattle that day and if I could have afforded that car I would have bought it just just because I missed out on that opportunity as a kid and I hate missed opportunities to other cars that would have changed my history. You were a complete project. Nineteen sixty eight Barracuda and a running driving Formula S.. Three Forty Barracuda. That if I remember right was also a sixty eight neither of those panned out for me either so I would have to wait over a decade to realize my childhood dreams but I like to think that everything happens for a reason even if it sucks. I ended up waiting quite a long time to get my classic Mo- parts but I have them now. Oh and I am happy. Let's go back to my younger years for a minute like most car enthusiasts. I learned all of my favorite words watching and quote unquote quote helping. My Dad worked on his vehicles. When I was young I learned every four letter word in the Book and watching my dad work on cars and quote unquote Helping him was a very fond childhood. Memory right up there with going to look at cars with my dad. My Dad and I have the strongest bond in the fact that we both love cars every time we get together the subject always turns to cars and I don't think that has ever changed changed. My Dad was never obsessed with Moe Pars like I ended up becoming. He was just a car guy who just so happened to own a few Mo- parts along the away. He loves MOPEDS. Don't get me wrong but with me. The exception is that I tend to fixate in obsess over things and the first MO- apar- muscle car that I saw that really changed. My world was at that. Same dealership the seventy duster was at now. I don't remember how long long before I saw that. I saw this car but this dealership was one that my dad and I would frequent all the time just to see what they had on the lot. We would go there and just walk around and look at the cars but one time we were there. I remember it was a little bit dark outside. And all the streetlights were shining down on the front line and the car was a nineteen seventy plymouth. KHUDA painted F J Five Limelight Green. And I I don't know if it was a real a are or clone but I'll never forget it. The lights were shining down on it and the green just stuck out like a sore thumb mm-hmm and I was immediately. You know like like a duck to water. I was over there looking at the car and it was the first time mm that I ever stuck my head inside an old Mo par muscle car and took a whiff and that changed my sense of smell forever. Because I'm a freak in the fact that I absolutely love the smell of old mo par muscle car. It seems like they all have the same smell. Maybe it's just me okay but I absolutely love it and I wish that you could buy little tree airfresheners that the Senate was old mo par. I'd buy them by the box ox. That's what a freak I am but I'll never forget that car I remember. The price was like ten nine five or something like that and I remember. We're just looking at my dad going. This is it. That was another one of the cars where I was like. This is it dad. Let's get this one and again leaving. I'm disappointed so for some reason. My Dad I wish we would a test drove it. I don't know what my dad was thinking I would have said. Hey let's get the keys this thing and tell you I spent you know but never got to that point and that car is the one that made me understand. Because it was the coolest looking Mo- apart I had ever seen in person it just I don't know if it was the color or the car but there's something about a Green Barracuda that still to to this day. Every time I see F J five Barracuda. I remember that car and I remember the Dow was the car that sparked my i. I absolutely love. Promo- PARM also cards. Because up until that point I was only exposed to you know my dad's van and the Daytona and the Lebaron and the Sundance. I had never been that close to a high impact colored mope our muscle car and it was so cool but like I said I opened the door stuck my head in there and for some reason I just took. Oh big whiff and my senses came alive and I'll never forget that car and I will never forget that smell. Mike Dart has that smell. It's crazy Every once in awhile I will go over to my daughter and I will take a big whiff of it. I'm just kidding. I don't do that but it does have the same smell and I think that's funny but like like I said I tend to fixate on things and that Khuda definitely cemented my love for mopeds muscle cars. It changed the way that I look at cars. And as time went on the MO- pars climbed in price they got less obtainable. And you now. I knew that it would be a long time Right there for a while went. Once I saw the prices of muscle cars and anymo- par that was classic for that matter. I saw the prices just climbing and they were just getting further and further out of reach for me and then you know life happened. I went out and I met my wife life or my future wife and we are living in an apartment and I just had no place to work on a moped muscle car so my dreams were halted for just a little bit and fast forward to four years ago in Twenty fifteen. I had always wanted to mow par but I was just never in a position to get one and I finally got one in. That was The story of my Dart if you haven't heard that story yet go back to episode number four. And that's the story of how how I obtained my first classic Mo Par Two Thousand Fifteen was. When I decided to let my freak flag fly and profess my love of Mo- parts is to the world by starting a facebook page called the mot part hunter it was largely sparked by a somewhat famous nineteen sixty-nine Charger Daytona? That sat parked worked in a driveway. By the Alderwood Mall I was familiar with the car for many years as a kid at least my entire high school career and probably a little bit longer and I would go. I would check up on that car every once in a while and you know a few times a year and I decided to start taking pictures and sharing airing all the cool stuff that I would run across just because I you know I saw facebook pages and I gotta be honest. Not Very many of my friends you guys. I have a lot of mope our friends now because of the moped hunter page but before the Mo par hunter a a lot of my friends. Are Ford guys. A couple of Chevy guys Summer import guys and nobody was as enthusiastic easy. Ask about Mo- pars as myself. I have shown them how obsessed I am and now anytime they come across a Mo- par on the street or somebody's yard or something like they always. I'm the first person that they get to. And they are excited to tell me about him so I think that's really cool that I built this brand that I'm the Mo par guy I out of all my friends out of all the friends from my childhood that I'm the Mo par guy so I think that's funny and you know it's not a bad thing I don't mind it even people at work or starting to go cut he's nuts in he's the Mo par guy you know so that's cool. I don't mind that at all. I am the MO par guy. I am the MO par. We're hunting okay. Let's not forget that I started the Mo par hundred page with the motor stuff. I came across online or in real life and I would use is it is a way to document my I mo project and things got out of hand in a couple of thousand post later here we are talking on a podcast. How crazy is that? I finally have a couple of classic Mo- Pars and my love and enthusiasm for them is stronger than ever. This is why I love listener stories and why I chose to create this podcast because everyone has a different story to tell and they are all cool in their own right. If any of you who have sent in stories are like me. You probably really struggled a little bit with not writing an entire book about it. I could go on and on about why love Mo par so much and keep telling stories but my story is just one of many that shapes the culture as moped enthusiasts we all share the common bond. Kind of our love of Mo- pars and I can't wait to hear your story so as long as you keep sending them in. I'll keep sharing them. That's my story folks and.
"mo project" Discussed on Talking Politics
"The Germans are still running up to the late nineteen ninety s. Well, they've pulled back to they badly burned by the sense that purchases of middle STAN engineering companies are actually threat to German autonomy. So they've moved into a position which is more like that macro this this rumblings about industrial policy, but I was going to go back to the woman wrote. I mean, my sense of the way in which the sort of won't talk about that is moved as recently as the last couple of weeks is that we're back in kind of more -firmative mode in the sense that there was this huge push onto read one belt wall mode is essentially debt imperialism the provision of loans the states, which couldn't carry them. Sri Lanka became the test case for this. And there's been a recent study out the last couple of weeks, which has actually looked in detail at the Chinese handling of a much broader segment of of loans and has shown that the Chinese like other lenders regularly forced to make painful concessions to the people who buy from them. They've had to write down tens of billions of dollars of loans, and he doesn't viewed in those. Terms, look, like, the massive program concerted subordination of border states, which was the name that really has dominated the headlines about for the last eighteen months possible when the New Zealand government says we've looked at this the last few months, and actually it's a better deal than we thought that. Yes, exactly. And they have not found behind the scenes, you know, this sort of almoner threat of Chinese imperialism that so many people thought they could detect there. I think no that doesn't really cut it in Washington because their view is that that this is something that has gone the potential to change the balance of power in Eurasia to the United States detriment, and is also one of the reasons why there is concerned as they are about Iran, look at a map and find out where the the belt bit of it has got to go through. And if it ran falls into a position where it is under Chinese Russia influence under the Belton mo- project and the general lantern Westwood. Of China is a very big problem. As far as Washington's concern is quite striking the this week. It was this week that the US secretary of state basically cancelled planned meeting in Germany to go off to Iraq to give assurances about what he considered the new pressures that Iran is placing on Iraq, the Americans this administration. But I don't think it would actually change that much and the most democratic presidents is absolutely obsessed with Iran question. And I think the reason why they're obsessed with the around question is that it relates to China's Eurasian strategy cooking politics is brought to you in partnership with the London review of books. Another way that this then cuts across Washington, politics and domestic Posey's United States is we're starting to see the beginnings of China featuring in the democratic presidential nomination race because the person who in the last two weeks emerged as of very strong favorite. Adding many people surprise Joe Biden has been much much more robust candidate than seen when he was being accused of inappropriate behavior. And so on a few weeks before that he may be an outlet on this question, and the Trump administration of noticed this, and they were really starting to indicate that they're going to run a kind of playbook back on Biden that they felt was run on Trump and his family over Russia, which is that Biden under his son hunter Biden in deep with the Chinese, and this could be a huge issue in the presidential election. Because Biden is not like the other candidates, and he said Biden this week when he was asked about China's said, China's our friend China's not now most. Are not saying that northern oh and Schumer, the New York Senator has persistently encouraging Trump in this confrontation, and basically tweeted this week telling Trump not back down and stand firm now, I think it's not clear how many of the let's call them the more left younger..
"mo project" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"Might be friends with matt damon you might i'm i've never met the man yeah super fan of his work love is work right i've seen him do things as safe things that were a little insensitive like there was a whole thing with the project greenlight thing and whether or not they were hiring working with people of color or i don't remember the details from that but i i remember reading and be like you need some education on that aero shower so with me to comment yeah wow technically what he's saying is correct the way he said it and his position of privilege in that situation is what made it incorrect because he started with if i remember correctly he probably could look it up yeah we started with i haven't been paying attention to what's been said you can't start like that okay you can't come into it say i haven't really been paid touch on this here's my view okay right and so as opinion was what you just said which on his on the surface i agree with but if you're matt damon matt damon who worked closely with harvey weinstein or many mo projects yeah the carvey wants to have been very involved in your career you've broken a lot of bread him and made a lot of money with him yeah you probably should just shut the fuck up on that subject man i don't think matt damon's leaving his house in hosting a press conference he's out promoting something completely unrelated as bayer only asking him that because he does know weinstein so now his options are to say completely silence which you could say that you're supporting through silence or he's got to wade out into the waters and say something so he's he's in an lose lose situation right at the gates because he didn't come to this pros calm you know each morning get whatever i think he him outfit which was so that's another point okay now while i watched that movie what is the movie i forget the name of i watched that movie and as much as i enjoyed the action scenes as a big of a fan i am of matt damon what do we need to see another fucking white guy in asia like what what is this why is he just killing everything and it's like you're you're doing this and then you're like hey you know but.
"mo project" Discussed on Off Camera with Sam Jones
"Well i mean trip i mean think about it they're only a few archetypes that women are allowed to play and then when you look at my physicality there to really that people want to see me play constantly and that's the nurture or this as a black woman so i am naik i don't want to be either one of those in my in the in the tv job that i am doing fulltime i don't want to be either one of those i don't wanna be anybody's nurture and i definitely no one be sassi so that you know because it it bit those are those you know it's it's and everybody wants you to either nurture kids are nurture society or am i am no wisdom i only i'm not wise and not allies but it's amazing to see that like to have your big break happen at the same time that up and right yeah like like well you told the your face like this is what you're good at this is what you should go for now but you know what i have is i have an a really aggressive team and they know the type of stuff that i want to do so we have been very meticulous um in our choosing an and uh if it weren't this gear mo project i can guarantee i probably would never play another cleaninglady but i wanted this part with this director because he's iconic and a and the horror genre and i knew that he was returning to his his element his wheelhouse in the shape of water but we've been very good about not repeating um uh characters and character types and that's our our because they're the nurses cow came before you know before we hit that moment of uh taking us in the next level at least you can probably do cpr at this point i could take all your vitals i mean i i go maybe after the show will do that.
"mo project" Discussed on CarStuff
"The our stuff world because this is this is i don't i think it was newman your correct to this is the same delorean who started the goal faded delorean motor cup later reckless scandal but but now right now right now he's still the good guy he's still the eighty he still began the white horse at this as right so gio he was he was as he was the general manager of pontiac division from nineteen sixty five until nineteen sixty nine but he did the start there he started it packer motor company he that eventually went to pontiac to become the division head in nineteen sixty five and then in nineteen sixty nine he moved on to chevrolet and then by nineteen seventy three he went to what the worry muller karri went to start torrey motor car company which again only less until the nineteen eighty two before they went becker but he is the genesis of the trans am project really when he was division head of pontiac it between nineteen sixty five nineteen sixty nine great around you said earlier nineteen sixty seven ben that is when he said that he was going to create this group this this new effort i guessed race no series well competitively and created something called the pontiac firebirds sprint careers mo project and it started to you know be is call p offense tina started the kind of get mentioned i guess more often of people knew about it as early as nineteen sixty seven mid nineteen sixties on so what within the next year so they decided that so you know the the six power was something i was going to have to go this and there's no way that you know this carson to be competitive in the series of the six power so didn't quite know exactly what they were going to do with the yet but he said you know it's going to have to have the eight paid via tension.
"mo project" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
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"mo project" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Prostitute tony with double gonna do out a lot and then my body and then i knew has agreed to be roadies and from detroit all that badly given them out with two load ladies bed the police tenure kobe didn't give up proper accommodations we call the mark savage at the two ward on him scott last word but it's a trade makeup but that you would go out you get like all of late i liners a lift then smith and mike let sticks and jeff six and she was might go off it too and finally kyle you're on the two out a lot of good guile when i was a senior in high school my desharnais mom worked at a fast food restaurant and i used to go bang or free such as adding on the job and she look at a wendy's right down the street he was a frostee too the win two and you know sell really the job now's go five hundred amaro because that leave mickey chased down interview with their which is awesome the new york couple acquired tibet large enough so that they can sleep with the rescue pops they might have begun welp why would you need a bigger bets against lead with one or two rescue clubs well this is nowhere near a couple you see murray said chris use of left apart new york ron aydan rescue organization and that opposes that online for craftsman doubled the my super sized sleeper that could fit their family of ted that's i'm able gravel in me paul dawson money this they get sam and quinn ten in bed he was humans eight it made for three years when they matt she had two dogs and he had six they now runner rescue for senior dollars call the mr mo project named after the late dog moses who died from cancer two years ago and i think that's one of tennis that's a beautiful story me the your dogs given that with you yeah charlie giggles going to bet with you.