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"plymouth belvedere" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Your host Dave serio well good morning everyone once again and welcome to the show second hour of you oughta know is starting with the callers waiting so let us get to them I'm Dave serial let's go to talk to Johnny in Lansdowne good morning to you Johnny hi good morning K. as long last year well thank you Sir appreciate that very much I called you awhile back about my Chevy Malibu but this is a different thing and tell the doc okay or in the driver's seat all were you you know racist senior all our power seat mmhm yes Sir it's the only target your work now if I push the seat all the way back okay that's good if you're six foot four but if you're not that's not that's not fun right I'm not quite there and you don't think there's any chance you're gonna get there I don't think Roger but what I push it all the way back and I use the pardon every right works fine okay yeah what a **** back all follower or right now the U. does nothing it won't do that well the same thing now can you tell me what's going on when there could be debris in the track is a possibility of that but generally speaking it it probably is the switch the motor is working because the motor doesn't know anything about operation meaning it's going to go from point a to point B. all the time the switch is what controls that so I believe you may have a worn switch or the switch itself is failing and I would I would say would have to be that switch assembly that is on the side of the seat but it's a little expensive to replace they're not cheap they're probably gonna run somewhere between three hundred and four hundred dollars to repair that replace that yeah so it all depends on how often you want to you know full well that the good thing is unless you're going back and forth between different drivers all the time you don't have to do that the power seat that much that's a good thing I'm leaving it like it is yes exactly you know I thought it might be like a switcher saltwater needs to see which I can get my hands on now you're the only switch the only switch is the one that you're actually pushing okay that is the switch assembly okay that you're you're moving back and forth the motor is under the seat but again the motor's not going to know the difference between positioning cell this is probably a switch problem all right David listen I've been a long time minister well over twenty years you see when you came on two o'clock in the afternoon one to three absolutely good effort many talk many years yeah thank you I just love your show I like this maybe miss maiden you a few years ago down there at the mall with the old cars the security square mall security square mall all I think it was the doubt yeah I think it was around that area right now all our had a fifty seven Chevrolet and I wanted to meet you you know I would love to meet you I'm sorry we didn't get a chance to get up down up down up there that often but every once in a while I let people know when I'm coming up all right David and all thank you and happy father's day to you and your listeners and all you have a good one thank you John appreciate that all right bye bye bye now Richard is in Westminster hello there Richard Hey good morning Dave good morning Hey I have a quick question and a comment yeah okay the question is those parking regularly on an incline do any damage to the park here or the transmission itself no I mean I recommend an emergency brake okay to assist but no it doesn't do any damage I mean they're designed to hold the car doing that but I definitely recommend the emergency brake and you know a lot of people with automatic transmissions forget they even have an emergency brake but I do recommend it so my car my daily driver as an automatic emergency brake when I put it in park the emergency brake engages so that that that that's probably only within I would remember doing it but wife uses the emergency brake I'm left here before I'm you know I try to get her to park on a different spot no I'll be fine Israel is taken but one of the world's great helps no doubt but when you go to put it down in the drive your call well you have to have your foot firmly on the break okay that's for sure a lot of times people don't have it firmly on the break and you get a little bit of a role you don't want that okay but if you if you put your foot firmly on the break and then take it from the park to driver parts reversed you usually don't get that clock okay all right all the companies we share the same sense of humor I have the red ring bobble head all right here each student's fans offerings automobiles funniest movie ever made absolutely I saw this there is this the other day I can't remember the name of it but it reminded me of my clambered and shine shop if you can find the collapse and play it before you're bringing more in yeah it's where they were commissioned as salesman in the selling a product called fly you go I've got it got it there were other policymakers while working on his car was undertaken listeners cool off of it I just couldn't stop laughing I thought well this is here's Mike Lambert right I'm I'm bringing him up next and we'll get that on for you right back okay thank you so much Richard Richard call buddy in order for a day thank you bye bye you know Mike Lambert and we just were Michael Lambert from the shine shop is on the line Michael good morning good morning and I don't know if that's a compliment I don't know either you know you're talking to a guy who seriously thought for a moment of trying to name my auto repair shop three Stooges repair there you go that that gives you an idea of how the mental I am I mean who are you with me who would actually deal with me they never fixed anything right in their whole career okay very similar to the coyote and the acme products why would you buy acme products over and over again if they never work exactly and and I I also love the three Stooges but I don't know if I want to be affiliated with their employer products it's great no no bridal it's fantastic you'll love it a lot I think it should be a recommended product yes so anyway as you may have noticed were up against the clock for a break and we're we're gonna try well of course we are we're gonna try that Trish Lester song one more time I don't know what they did in the studio I know it came out perfect here I listen to it it's both channels I have no idea but whatever has happened I think you straight now because now all the music is doing fine so I'm gonna give it one more shot good that's a cute song you'll like it so hopefully you'll get to hear both channels and get to hear the vocals and when we come back what are we gonna talk about Mr we're gonna talk about the difference between a graphene coating of ceramic coating because okay it comes in tons of tons of phone calls about that well sure graphene is new and people want to know that are absolutely but great dear and and the the very special and rare car that we have in the shop work okay that sounds good don't I don't know you haven't told me so I like to tease I like to tease all right Mike will be back in just a few moments folks happy father's day to all the dads out there and of course we would that apply of course and we look forward to talking to you just a few moments taking a break I'm Dave serial one more time we'll try to Trish Lester song Plymouth Belvedere and hopefully you'll be able to hear Trish saying for exclusive motor cars in Randallstown last.
"plymouth belvedere" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Of it as a threat means is an artifact from the cheap craft display I was wonder if you could help me clean it you know I world grins of my work boots and so I thought that the confines not just materials in your kitchen to save a few Bucks she just died of old age how did you wear the pants off you work with finally decided to go back and asking for so I had to pick up a tunnel lumber and shingles and stuff so I just see I don't my brakes fixed on that yeah no no that's all over the place I think she's pretty good right there yeah just give me the off line I don't know I need this here's how the red green show I'm Dave serio Saturday mornings eight to ten right here on C. B. M. we have a clarification on the car show it Shrewsbury right at the Amish market that is going to be on Friday and so the twenty six is correct six days from now so if you like to make your way up there Carl is going to be there Carlos a big car show advocate knee ups out there so they'll be some good beautiful automobiles up there let's hope the weather's great and make your way up there of course that again is this Friday at the Amish market the car show on the twenty six all righty let's see who we have we have Sam in Severn good morning to you Sam yes good morning how are you thank you for yourself my pleasure it was my cell phone but no song Plymouth Belvedere yes I'm here in the world the phone also always hearing with music and all that well but I I was hearing the words over here I have to find out again I can't tell what's going over the year I'm hoping I'm always hoping I'm going over there you know it's one of those deals but how to check and everything but I wouldn't hear any words but okay anyway I have an oral question because I'm out of my mind about the oil because then you're just said there's different advice about world sure will you guys were talking about transmissions over that long conversation yes I'll get more info on logging seven more bombarding all rob Howard hello to the side went into industrial park I was only get moving up to second tier one on the side of the road to us and he was having you on the preferred people transferred me to be in the and I got up there and they thought I guess from his driving is that I would need a new transmission it's a two thousand three Durango which I'd love to chat with us so much rubbish and at Logan terminal almost six one what's that sound sounds like it was simply went into limp mode three thousand miles on it so as not to get a job but he called me as well for Christmas and they said what we want to close with your free will drop opinion writer was a plate and three bowls and dropped out in your hand and we replace the plate with a stronger place and better both and you're good to go for two hundred fifty dollars fantastic well you know that is the that is the goal to always deal with people who are honest S. N. T. is an honest shot Haynes was I will try to explain S. N. T. is an auto shop I know them very well and I've known him for years but and they were smart enough to recognize a problem that they don't usually work on and they recommended you to somebody else that's honest and that's that's the business of it in a nutshell and that's what that's what I do here on the show the people I recommend you know I I make sure that I know that they're good honest people will treat people right and that bleeds over to the people that they recommend so you know we all know it in our business in the auto repair business we all know people in the business that do not treat people honestly we know we know they exist we can't believe they still exist even though the the standard rule is it's a whole lot easier to make money being dishonest that it is honest and that is a prime answer right there they could have gotten you for thousands of dollars on a rebuild and done that repairing you would be no better the wiser okay yeah but they were honest with you and told you what happened and took care of it that's great that's a that's a story I love hearing about and then you're in for them to everyone that you can't and I told Zack exactly Jim Jennings transmissions the people that we recommend in Essex exactly the same way well isn't that countless people talked with other people told them that they need transmission repair and or replacement and the countless times you know if you didn't need to be done they told him it did need to be done well I even mentioned Jim Jennings before I even was working in Russia right how to contour about fifty of them for transmission and they say Clinton was a wonderful experience with until a contour and a Durango please when it comes to automatic transmissions police Sam Omara help me outside call me before you buy your next vehicle well the minute just union he doesn't have a hardware involved involved and I'm out of my mind about this oil thing so I started using ten W. thirty mobile or you get it because they want to use the mobile oil filter change then I was told and I used to think it was kind of sluggish especially in the winter time that I was that I was told oh no don't use ten W..
"plymouth belvedere" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
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"plymouth belvedere" Discussed on Talking Mopars
"We are still cooking with gas on this podcast and I have good news. We have more episodes of direct connections coming. I've been making a lot of good connections with people and I've been talking to a lot of folks about getting them on the show so we're going to keep that going but for now. I got a high performance heritage episode for you so stick around and let's get this show on the road this week. Project of the week was sixty nine. Dart. Gts three eighty three car. Posted on Wednesday may six at nine. Am Let's check out the at one thousand nine hundred sixty nine dodge dart. Gts Three Eighty three twenty five thousand South County nineteen sixty nine dodge dart. Gts This is one of the only four hundred eighty eight nine thousand nine hundred sixty nine gts three three seven twenty seven cars made. It has no rust and has never been rusty very well cared for and a rare big block version. This car was a show Carson's nineteen eighties and as such. The underside is remarkably clean. It is road ready and any modifications are minimal. The addition of gauges tack etc to make more driver friendly titles status is listed as clean. Okay so this isn't the normal restoration project that I usually share for project of the week. This car is actually a really good driver. Quality car and the seller claims that the car has been a show Carson the nineteen eighties and judging by the pictures. I believe him. The trunk floor is remarkably clean. I would like to see this person to see if it's ever been repainted because the paint shows very well at least in pictures and we all know that pictures on the internet or kind of like a but from what I see it is in really stellar condition. Especially if it's been around the block of time you know the seller claims. That doesn't have any rust and it looks amazing as far as any. Mo- from nineteen sixty nine. Chances are if you look at a original car. The trump is going to be pretty toast on most cars. You know when you talk about survivors. It's tough because you know. How do you define a survivor? I define a survivor as a car. That's never been touched. And if it has minimal modifications can be made to bring it back to one hundred percent original this just really clean and I think for twenty five thousand. I think he's right in the ballpark there because like he says in the ad any modifications that he's made can easily be reversed and the car can be reverted back to completely one hundred percent original condition and original parts. Which would you know? Increase the value and at twenty five grand. I would imagine that this car if it was one hundred percent original survivor. I think it would be fair to say that. This car is hovering around thirty thousand dollars now. I know a lot of people go thirty thousand for an a body. I see guys complain about a bodies for fifteen twenty grand. You know that are nice and I've seen cars that are equivalent to this one. Maybe a little bit better north of thirty thousand dollars. I think this car would be a great car for somebody who doesn't want a complete project. Car has a little bit of cash that can make something happen in the twenty twenty five thousand dollar range and want something fun to drive. That will actually accumulate in value. This is an investment car. You know how much you will gain in that investment. I don't know if I were to buy this car now. Don't take this wrong way seller. If you managed to listen to this I would return it all the way back to stock. I would take all the modifications that have been done to it. I'd Tuck them away but I would definitely return this car to as stock as possible. Because that's what good a shape this car is in and I think it deserves to be returned back to its original condition. Now that being said the modifications that have been done to. This car were tasteful. It doesn't have twenty inch ghetto wheels on it. It doesn't have a big giant wing on the back of it doesn't have anything that I would deem incorrect like if this car had the fiberglass six pack hood that my car has I'd be like all right that's got to go. You know we gotta get the Power Bulge Hood on this thing and go that direction. It's a great car for a great price and I think it has a ton of potential especially for somebody who like I said doesn't want complete project wants something that they can enjoy and if they choose to do so bring back to factory original so twenty five thousand dollars will get you in nineteen sixty nine dodge dart. Gts three eighty three car. Now it does not say whether or not this car is numbers matching but let's go ahead and assume that the cars numbers matching and if that is the case then twenty five thousand dollars in my opinion is a good deal if you can get this car for twenty thousand then. You're getting a really good deal. I wouldn't have been surprised if this car was posted for. Twenty nine thousand to be honest with you and I want to see that price all. That's crazy because I don't think like that. I like to think in the future. You know if I buy this car for twenty nine thousand now. Is it going to be worth twenty nine thousand in five years if the answer is yes? Cool than I haven't lost or gained if it's worth thirty three thousand then I've gained if it's worth twenty five thousand in five or ten years then I've lost if I bought it for twenty nine thousand. You see how my mind works so this car I think is great and anybody. That's looking for less of a project more of a driver. Something that they can show and have a good time with on a Sunday. This car has drive me written all over it enjoy me. It's a big block a body that has great investment potential. And for that reason I chose it for project of the week so that was project car of the Week. Remember no mo par left behind. It's time once again for listeners. Stories and this week we have two stories one sent in by email and the other was a voice mail that was sent to me that I thought was pretty funny. Let's start this off with the email that I got from Joel. Laughlin here is Joel Story. Hello Chris I really enjoyed the latest podcast. Kudos to the two young men that went Mo- part despite their father's objections I believe that real people are more passionate about their brand than Ford or GM people. That's why we object to a chevy engine in a car on the other hand. We are a tighter community willing to help a fellow part personnel. I grew up in Orlando Florida. My mother's family was all GM. My Dad's family was mostly Mo- part but my dad was the only Mo- par no car person. His uncle had a fifty six chrysler. New Yorker Saint Regis with three fifty four. Hemi in May nineteen sixty eight. My Dad traded his fifty eight Plymouth Belvedere for a new charter. The next year my uncle bought a beef five roadrunner around that same time. My Dad needed to go to the dodge dealer for something. My younger brother and I went with them. We walked into the showroom floor. Were mesmerized by the coolest car we had ever seen. It looked like my dad's charger. But it had soobee knows in a big spoiler on the back. It was red with a big black stripe on the back with the word. Daytona stenciled in the stripe weekends. We're usually spent in my uncle's house watching dolphins football or Richard Petty digging it out on a NASCAR track. When I started junior high. My Dad would drop me off at school on his way to work. I had an hour before school started so I hung out on the library. They had hot rod car craft magazine's I would read them from cover to cover in. Read them again as well as any book the head to cars motorcycles or planes in nineteen seventy seven. I was fifteen years old. I got a fulltime summer job at the place where my dad worked. My uncle had pain body shops with several different partners over the years. One of his former partners had a used car lot on that law. He had a sixty.
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"What Mope aren't suzy. We are back again for another fun filled episode of talking Mo- Pars and I've got some good news my project. Art is finally getting an engine. Unfortunately it's not the fifty one that I had hoped for because that engine is still at the machine shop dead in the water for monetary reasons. But I'm so anxious to get behind the wheel of this dart that I've actually decided to hold off on the big box walk for now. I have most of the small block parts. Still with the exception of the engine and transmission. So I actually had a buddy reach out to me about the seventy one charger. I was looking at saying that he had a three eighteen and nine hundred four that he was just looking to give away so he generously donated that engine and transmission to the new cars. And the new. 'cause IS TO DART on the road before I go out acquiring any other projects I gotta get the ones. I have on the road with that being said. I've got a project right now with this little three eighteen and I'm just trying to dress it up a little bit and give it a little bit more go crazy. I just want to make it a little bit fun okay. The engine project that I have now is called project free eighteen because it is a three eighteen and free. So that's what I'm up to. I'm just gathering parts trying to find good deals and it's funny because I posted this cheesy ad was a wanted poster. Ernest said basically wanted small block. Par- parts you know. Cheap is good and free great and there was one guy who's like. Oh better. Get a small block Chevy. Nothing in the Mo- par world is cheap. But here's the thing he's wrong because I've gotten plenty of cool stuff for free or next to free or really cheap. Just based on the fact that I'm a nice guy and I guess I've been fortunate that I've ran into such cool people in the mobile world and unfortunately for that guy. Apparently he's run into a bunch of jerks that are just out for money which you know there are a lot of people like that and the Mo- park immunity unfortunately but you know thankfully I haven't run into any of them. I've ran into some really cool people and they've given me some really good deals so I'm not complaining on that front and I'm still getting the deals I just acquired an intake and a carb and I've got some really cool vintage valve covers and I'm just having fun with this car now. I've got everything I need to throw together and have a ratty little small blocked art and that's all I want. The shiniest parts on the start are going to be the wheels and tires because I have brand new bef. Gta's and Krieger SS for it. So you know it is what it is. I'm GonNa have fun with it and hopefully you guys will be along for the ride. I'm going to try to get some of that content up on Youtube here sooner rather than later so you guys can follow along on a little bit more of a visual level. So that's what I'm up to now. Let's get this show on the road. Like I said in the introduction folks we've got to listeners stories and I'm GonNa Sandwich our segment called high performance parts in between both stories justice which things so our first listener story comes from Shane. Taylor here. Is Shane Story? Hey Chris my dad has always had cool cars and trucks for much of my life. He's made a living off of hunting down deals and then flipping them. I'm now in my late twenties own a house and financially stable as a congratulations or as my dad says early inheritance. He said I could have any one of my choosing. I had the choice between fully restored. Nineteen seventy-nine Camaro RS s with a pretty radical three eighty three stroke or a fully restored Purple Nineteen fifty-six Plymouth Savoie or a dusty old red and black nineteen fifty five Plymouth Belvedere that didn't run and was missing the rear window which is apparently traded for a brick that sat in the backseat. I took the fifty six savoie because it was in the best condition and would need the least amount of work. It was perfect. Because I don't know a ton about working on cars but I love detailing although this is probably the most valuable car. It had a few drawbacks. The car was restored in the nineties and was overdue for another restoration in the near future. The interior was badly stain and fading. The paint was getting rest bubbles and there was a lot of custom work done that was very obviously trendy a couple decades ago but not anymore the worst part though it had a three fifty small block. Chevy. Don't get me wrong. My family was GM all the way. Unless there was a MO- part deal to be found. My Dad even warned me that when I took it I couldn't hang out with the Mo guys or else I'd be chastised. He said apart by the fifties chevrolets at shows and don't talk about the car more than need be after all. The car had no signs of make other than the aluminum. Plymouth play under the door when open so most people thought it was a chop fifty seven Chevy. Once I got it I started doing research on the forward. Look Mo- parts and I fell in love the more I looked at him. The more disappointed became with fifty six mash up with Chevy engine. Ford Rerun Nineteen Ninety. Eight Ford Escort Royal Plum. Paint which looked great. But I just can't stand forwards and Tacky customisations. I found myself eyeing the faded beaten up Belvedere that my dad had sitting in a shop. It had one around the title and had gone to his surviving kin. It was easily ninety percent original so I started drooling after I to educate myself on these classics after a week of having the Purple Plymouth. I called Dad and told him I made a mistake. I detailed the Savoie and send it back to him. Any happily gave me the bus at fifty five after all he had been offered up to ten thousand four and only paid fourteen hundred for the non running Belvedere. Although it wasn't a smart financial decision was the right thing to do and I couldn't be happier. We really to a local shop that specializes in classic. Mo- parts have the clutch rebuilt as well as some brake work done. Once I got a new six volt battery hooked up. It started and ran great. Save for some smoke. Every light on the car worked perfectly and the more I looked around through the scattered parts in the interior and trump the more original parts. I found for it now. There runs in drives learning and working on finding parts for these is a very expensive scavenger hunt. But it's fun to work on such a neat piece of history even though I live two hours from my dad. It's brought us closer together because I'm always sending in pictures of things. I've probably messed up and calling him for help. I look forward to restoring beauty overtime. The Right Way and going to car shows with him even if we can't park next to each other Shane. Thanks for sending in your story I've been wanting to do some forward look content and your story kind of inspired me to get Looking into what I want to cover an hi Wanna go about doing it. I actually have a guest lined up. That is pretty deep in the forward look community. But I haven't really scheduled him in yet so I gotta get a hold of him and figure out when we can get him on the show. Because like I said and like I've been saying this show is for all aren't disease that includes a forward look the modern era everything in between and I'm GONNA stick to my word. We will cover the antique stuff like the really really old stuff. We're going to cover the forward. Look we're going to cover it all or at least we're gonNA give it our best shot so look forward to that very cool story. I'm glad that you chose at least a MO- par over the Chevy. That makes you a lot cooler in my book and let me just say this. A car enthusiasts first and foremost but I am a Mo- par guy so I respect all cool cars but there's just something about Mo- parts that gets me going so when I take shots at Ford and Chevy guys you know nothing personal. It's all in good fun. Okay now back to Shane Story. It's good to hear that you're getting into Mo- pars and cars in general it's something fun to learn and you sound like you're really motivated to gear project on so that's really cool in. Hey a fifty. Five Belvedere is pretty cool in my book. So keep me posted on your project. Buddy thanks for sending in your story I really WanNa see pictures of this car and see how far you belong. Maybe you can call in and give me some tips to pass along the people because I get people asking me about forward look cars and where to find parts and all this and a lot of stuff you know. I try my best but I don't own a forward look cars. I'm not too deep in that world and I know there's people out there that own those cars and start finding really good resources and stuff so anybody out there actually not just. Shane knows any good places to go forward. Look stuff let me know if you know someone. That's really deep in the forward. Look each that's one aspect of mope our history that I admittedly don't know very much about but I love those cars. I think are really cool and I'll take. I'll take anything in the forward look era over fifty seven Chevy any day but that's me and that's not to say the fifty seven chevies aren't cool but hey forward look parts or cooler. Proven wrong Shane once again. Thank you for sending in your
"plymouth belvedere" Discussed on Talking Mopars
"I knew that we didn't have what he was looking for but realized that we adjust removed a brass drift from our military tool sets on my base job. We had about fifteen tool sets in my shop. I told a retired sergeant major that I would see if there is still in the scrap metal. Been if they were I would grab him a few. The next day I brought in about six to my second job the sergeant major came in. I was happy to see him told him. I have them in my car. I said I can't get them during working hours will meet in the parking lot at eight. Pm. He said he couldn't wait that long but only lived two blocks away at a trailer park. I told him I will drop them by new of the trailer park lived in well was still early evening sunset. We'll drive through the trailer park and I recall many speed bumps well about four trailers before the sergeant majors unit was a small trailer with a bunch of kids toys. Bicycles in the yard. But I- spot what I thought was a roadrunner under a son. Toast Tarp in yard tools. I dropped the brass off with the sergeant major and ask if he knew that neighbor he didn't he tried to pay me. I told him no way sergeant major. Well I said what can I lose? Let's knock on that door of the trailer with the car. I did the owner step down. We pulled the cover and tools off and it was actually a two-door hardtop green on green nineteen. Sixty-nine Plymouth Belvedere nothing special slant six auto will ask how much he said. Bring air a battery and fuel and five hundred bucks will. I came back with a buddy of mine in his truck with a tow cable. Stuffy mentioned we spend a few hours to get her running. Well after we knew we were good to drive it. I went to the sliding glass door of the trailer knocked on the door. The guy came in. I said let's get the deal done. I handed him five hundred bucks and at that point has wife grabbed the money from him and said you are not selling this car for five hundred bucks to her husband. I was like man. I just got suckered I was nineteen years old and that five hundred bucks was a stretch. Well she gave me back two hundred bucks instead. Thank you for hauling it off inside the title. Whoa couldn't believe it. Will I change it out? All the liquids literally popped all the dents out of it and put new tires on and drove the car for three years around southern California until I left for the Gulf War. And so the to a guy in the barracks for eight hundred dollars that car was truly a bulletproof slant six of course. I wish I would have kept it. Northwest Chuck. Hey Chuck thanks for sending in your story. What a good one I love hearing stories about cars found and purchase for really cheap. It sounds like it was a really cool car Slant six you know. Obviously a bulletproof engine probably one of the Best Engines. Chrysler ever came out with That's debatable but I stand firm in my belief that the slant six is probably right up there with a four twenty six emmy before I continue. Let me just say. Thank you for your service chuck and to anyone else who has served in the? Us military that has sent in stories. Thank you for your service without you. I wouldn't be able to do this and you probably won't be listening to the show so thank you for your service and back to the chuck story very cool that the car was green on Green. If anyone is listening to this show for long enough you know that. I'm a fan of green on Green. Which is very uncommon. I don't know very many people that are so hey if you're a fan of green on green then welcome to the club but sounds like a really cool car. What a cool move by the wife chopping the price for you. That's awesome. I love hearing stories like that. And you know it's really cool that you were able to get that car. Save it from doom under the Tarp and yard tools but very cool story. I'm glad that you save that car. It is a bummer. That you sold it but hey you sold it for more than you bought a four. So that's a win right. I'm glad he sent in your story. Chuck and I'm glad you were able to tell it because as you know anytime you go over to war some of our people. Don't make it back while I'm glad you made it back chuck and were able to share your story and it was a good one. A lot of people don't know about Chuck's little project car. But I do and I can't wait to hear the story about that so chuck when you get your project done. Send me the story on that one. Because I'm excited to hear about it. All right buddy. That does it for listener stories this week. If you are interested in hearing your story on this show all you have to do is send me your story. I accept almo par stories and if you send them in I will tell them on the show so if you have a story. Send it to me Chris at talking. Mo- PARS DOT COM and. I've said this before. Please read back your story to yourself and see if there's anything that you can fix to tighten it up for me a little bit because I'm not the best reader so you know me reading your stories especially since I didn't write them is kind of a challenge. I try to do my best and sometimes I think things get lost in translation but just know that I'm doing my best and you can always help me out a little bit by just proof reading your story and just tightening it up for me. Okay thank you very much and I just want to hear your stories. I don't care if they're about classic Mo- Pars Modern Mope ours a mobile that you saw and slip through your fingers. I I just want to hear more stories and so do all the other listeners. So sentiment okay. That does it for Listener. Stories this week and will catch up with listener stories next week. I told you guys at this episode was the ramblings of a Mo- par addict and that I didn't really have the main topic so let me just ramble about a few things. Last week I released an episode. And here's the story of what happened. I'm sure some of you heard the errors in the first release because what had happened. What had happened was I had finished the final mix down and I was exporting. The file and my stupid computer crashed and what ended up happening was when I went back I had to restart my computer. I went back into the program. I used to record the podcast and I opened up the file and a lot of my post production work had been wiped out so all I had was my voice recording. And if you listen to the show you know that I have an intro altro and then musical breaks in between the segments all of that was gone so and there was a couple so as I record the podcast I have certain save points so something catastrophic happens I can go back to the last save and hopefully not lose too much work. Well unfortunately it had been a while since I went back and saved so when I went back there was a lot of stuff that was gone so I had to scramble to get the episode put up and it was super late and once I got all the post production done I and keep in mind. I sped through it. Which was my bad. I shouldn't have done that. I should've just taken the time because I was so adamant about getting the episode released on time that I didn't do the final. Listen through and that's usually what I do with the podcast is. I'll listen to it one more time before I actually publish it. And then the next morning on the way to work I will listen to it again and this time. I didn't do that final. Listen because I was pretty sure that I had everything lined up correctly. That was the biggest mistake I have made on this podcast so far. And if you listen to some of the past episodes when I was first starting I I'd say the first ten episodes you can hear a little errors here and there. I'm not a professional audio engineer. So I've made some mistakes and they've slipped through the cracks but this one was major who's really bad You could hear in the beginning of podcast. After the intro ends and I start talking the altro plays and that's my own fault. I completely dropped the ball on that and I'm sorry if you heard that mess. I'm sorry but what I did was try to because I was on my way to work so I hear this and I'm like Oh God and then I look. I look at the current download numbers and I was like. Oh my God. One hundred people already downloaded that piece of junk. Oh Man I was embarrassed but you know I let it go and I said you know what everybody makes mistakes. I'm GonNa fix it when I get home but half way to work. I was like forget that I'm leaving the episode right now so I deleted the episode and when I got home later that evening I went through and I correct all the mistakes so if you heard the errors in the first release you know. Sorry I'm not perfect but the numbers skyrocketed for the second release so I don't know if people went back and listen to the second release or what but whatever the case we're moving on we're moving forward and I hope that never happens again but you know this is all computers so crash things happen and hopefully knock on wood. This doesn't happen that bad again. Moving on from that there is one more thing. I want to say about the last episode episode number. Seventeen that I released which was part three of the three part series on the history of the Hemi. A few people mentioned that I didn't mention the four twenty six elephant. Now if you've paid close attention to what I was talking about on the history of the Hemi. I mentioned that they were basically production engines. That I was talking about. And that's why I didn't mention the crate engine. Because the whole event if you look at the history of the Hemi the hell event is without a doubt. Probably the most bad ass one that has ever come out. You know as far as hemmings go the Helen. Probably a thousand horsepower. You know every other can bow down to that because no other has come close to that now. It does have a super charger so it does. It does have a little a little help but if we wanted to ask the question what is the ultimate. Hemi of all time you know. I'm sure there is a giant group of people that would say the four twenty six having the second generation and I'm sure there's a group of people a giant group that would say the health enhanced down you know. Where do I sit on that? It's tough because I am a fan of the original elephant. The four.
"plymouth belvedere" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Many that come to mind lately well the front seat of the Pontiac GTO in backseat of a suburban in backseat of my Plymouth Belvedere front seat of the me has a long list could our cars were the main yeah yes they front were are used to aha the most mortifying I remember it might the goalie and I were up on skyline Boulevard making out I think in the Volkswagen knock knock knock it was a cop we were just making out like crazy move along your Reno with this way yeah this is in a spot to get naked again while we were I was and this was when I was you know just making out yeah I was still I was only a junior in high school and I was good girl you know yeah any other questions in there you there's a spot to put photos it was just so funny we laughed so hard and then Lori didn't know the prayer stick story Donny yeah that was classic it was some story that was as a promo emitted from what I understand these people well they're never coming over to your sister's now are they going to be friends after that no because it's kind of interesting they haven't played gone out of their way to say thank you for the invite for thanksgiving when they came over and and had as to everything they do at their traditions and their family it's he rain their food to cook and then making a goal all the rigmarole seven yard in everything was so funny really was a classic I got to give a big shout out because you know the holiday season there's a lot of parties there's going to galas and you need something fancy I was in the lead repeat today in Saint Paul and rand off and Hamlin Avenue they have so many beautiful dresses for the holidays or for anything race really fancy dresses with so affordable they've got two racks of designer clothes nineties they've got so much good stuff there and I just thought if you were looking so I saw this one Ben Dowell who's that designer Lori you would know that one something that a man dell yeah something like that I felt like really beautiful designer dress for sixty box I mean all my gosh so that place we really have nice staff yeah so I had been going through my closet since I read did it right hand painted and dumb they said when Marie Kondo he at last fall they were inundated with with us because it's native terms of worry yeah I turned away few my things you know because they weren't up to par there really picky rate so you're it's a wonderful place to go and consign and by I mean I'm telling you the dresses there's so many I've noticed that before it a consignment shops and specifically a leap repeat that that is a great place to do holiday shopping for a dress if you don't want to you know buy something exactly you know like I don't want to spend under class yeah really class yeah you to fall and everything's already been cleaned and dry clean and it's ready to go sars is kinda I am my holiday outfit rose Marie yesterday may ask my neighbor has this boutique this style knee should bow tiki just a couple doors before fleeing goals why didn't you tell me that well I just popped in there and I just got something you know about a gold sequin skirt a then try on in a fluffy cream angora sweater and I thought well we'll see if that works and I'll break my tradition of now of always wearing black to the holiday party so you're going to be we're gonna be able to find you better that alright I am in gold sequins and that IT work a lot and I I am going to beat this we're going to be why would you start well because it's a new tradition for New Jersey last year we missed the hardy party because why we had any of those fad things going on we both we don't yeah we both had something and so this year we have is gambling this yes yes did you RSVP by the way I did okay got yeah yeah there's gambling and you know the whole Shindig yeah I get exited we haven't done a couple years that's right yeah thank goodness they don't make us to remember two years in a row we did the the giveaways how do you know they won't make us to those somebody else's been asked we would have been approached by now no are you with me like all the editorializing I think that we did when we were M. scene eight went on a little long yeah we had a lot of praise I just love the name already we had a lot of fun yeah we did a lot it we were color commentary name dries don't give job to radio people if you don't want him to die alright listen we can back it's our story we can't get enough.
"plymouth belvedere" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"So you couldn't it couldn't believe the locals there was just minor and everyone kind of liked it it was that the Dennis distorted sort of of the song I don't think by intention right but it kind of ended up being a thing that I will try to emulate yeah product lead thanks for sharing Donnelly played at a certain movie that Julia had a date with that was very comfortable and allows it'll handle explain animal how would you like to be an eighth grade during that latter scene and then the bar scene yeah in eighth grade home every on a date at the scary movie theater downtown Saint Paul did the boys have his armor on the show I don't know I could anything up bringing it down wearing a brown yeah I was so jealous because I you know banking firm I was so I wanted to show a bra then the cucumber scene and like is he going to touch me one and that was a one and done that dean yeah I know the song is there is about a guy who sailed the ocean for three days to visit his girlfriend in Jamaica Louie Louie that's what it's actually about news Louie Louie the ship it by our baby it with his girlfriend's nickname look Ohio road we Louise was a pain in the sixty fours in nineteen low we definitely dine the whole staff was the name of my L. T. D. Louise Stephanie tam a member when we used to name our cars yeah L. T. D. and make my friend and drive it because it was so beat up and I was so embarrassed you derive this no I I don't know a name to my Plymouth Belvedere I think mine because it was LTV Louise Tiffany diamond because it was when Lucy in the sky with diamonds was that time frame you know nineteen thirty one best to gate that's on for Lucy in the sky with diamonds that was you know was Alice deep water right now was about Ellis it wasn't it was a picture of that John Lennon's son Julian had drawn and it looks like Lucy it looks like that's what he was interpreting his dad was interpreting the song all of the picture that his youngest son had drawn don't have anything to do with LSD tell me when you're going to do a trivia shall I make music trivia shall he had one remember what happened yeah Holly I ran out of ideas did you I can't believe I know it's harder to do than you think I know what is now a lot of stuff do you like to see the expression holy cow do you say that a lot thank you for a holy cow no to be back in the day I feel like a campfire girl a girl scout brownie brownie thing was you would cut out this weird phone and then you take alphabet letter noodles and we would do it on and it's like holy cow are you here again is magnets give modest presence did anyone do that I really have had an interesting childhood that so that I miss eating it with yeah holy cow are you here again yeah right at the back end of a cow when it was a free trader make that we make them with glue Saturday from the windmills of my mind I know that my my the only reason the holy cow was the how did how did someone how did that start in there's this magazine called the week in its like I come in the end of of like all these newspapers and magazines from around the world yeah we agree it's is kind of a good little nugget of a yes it is seen in so they have a thing just can you believe this is true in this wasn't what it was okay Minnesota baseball commentator held the hall you guys know how Z. hall twins Swiss early now I feel like there's all of these that I see here is the first to save holy cow that's a home run during the baseball broadcast and then that freeze because it could have been a moose holy Donald that's right even said but he said holy cow and it was true what year is that I don't know way back early sixties farmhouse was around well that's a good little trivia fact okay I'll give you one more please give me one once is a good trivia question Dan maybe for a boring cocktail party here looking for.
"plymouth belvedere" Discussed on NASCAR America
"You sixty seven come workaday saw station up there Virginia and not boss to Clare at Ville speedway and my memorable moments with our pits and Mitchell was having chicken, and I was about fifteen and he called me over we ate chicken on pinball. And then he'd let me sit in his car, then he gave how about fifteen sixteen you Richard petty gave you chicken analytics centers racecar UC. Did he gave me the gear shift? Knob off the goal. Twenty one. Do that Plymouth Belvedere? He didn't let me do that till I was twenty one. So you're very portrait man thin and you want, but that's, but I go back, and I'm going to say something, that's one reason that Richard petty connected with fans one reason Dale Earnhardt senior connected with fans is because he was that guy. And those guys they had that personality that you thought man got come to my house for dinner. And we'd have a good time. We'd have good conversation. We'd watch some baseball or basketball or watch race. We'd just hunt together whatever it may be. That's what we're lacking right now. Nobody out there right now makes that connection to any part of our demographic right now that says, yeah, that's my gut Glen ate chicken claiming that was awesome. Yeah. Ed abreast called Egger Brits. Let me know what color. This is calling. I think. Saint Louis you're being track is a new name. We're gonna talk about that. When motormouth?.
"plymouth belvedere" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"And that one there I'll tell you how to sell them all on his website, plastic car dot com. This is what it's all about though, coming to Sima, you know, you get to see good buddies and make new friends and be interviewed by the best interviewer in the in the world. So I mean, this is this is wonderful stuff. You know what? So does anybody have a question that they would love to ask any of these guys because I got a microphone if you have a question step up to the stage and raise your hand. And I'll bring the mic over there. Meanwhile, asked a question, but you know, what's funny is people are afraid to ask W afraid. You can also said if you like. They're standing there. But ask Mike how lady was out last night? Yes. I was out last night. We went to a dinner, ma'am, Wayne last night's and we're on somebody else's budget. So once on somebody else, he's brought you a free meal. One one glass of wine, in fact, one Butler y. Several bottles of wine later, go with them. So thank goodness. I went I went to bed. I found the world of free cocktails, and yes, I remember rarely happens. Goes in Vegas stays in Vegas. So make sure you keep that same. That's not how it goes. It's what happened. What happened? Yes. It does. Drunk couples. So Roger what advice do you have about selling a classic car? You have fifty thousand classic cars for sale at classic cars dot com. So one of the biggest problems of courses that everybody thinks car is worth more than it actually is. And the nice thing about having so many cars on the site is that you can do some comparison shopping yourself. So that's what we advise everybody to do go out there and see what the prices are in real in real time, basically. So that's probably one of my biggest things that we can do Wayne. How would you add to that? Do you agree with that to go comparison shopping or looking I mean? People always ask me what their cars worth right? You know? What's my what's my sixty six Plymouth Belvedere were, you know, and I don't appraise cars for a living. So I always say go on websites, like classic cars dot com. See what's out there and see what they're selling for? And that's going to give you a good good range. Of course,.
"plymouth belvedere" Discussed on World Cafe
"That was about not being able to play certain things on the radio yeah i think the one i just sang funnier but that that's one of them yeah wouldn't broadcasting over the radio there are certain words we must omit and then there's just noiseless like and and by gosh we can't even say a creep that was the one that how was is it it down to the sound effects that was thank you so much john for that's that's beautiful that's beautiful thing listless into the original inspiration for the song and some other voice versus i guess that exists break off with michael friend antics off we're all at mit you each time i say i love you she tells me that i shea green bay nice and clean shave every day all ways look came that's shaving cream of benny bell my guess are doctor demento and john caffeine aero we cannot talk about doctor demento without talking about weird al who career ye who who's vertu exactly wait a minute well i got a greek cassette tape for you and my baggage you've never heard of him that i loved to hand you know you you gave weird al his his break so kid would you would you delight us with the story of of how weird al came to you that i've been doing the show for a while people started sending me tapes of they'd hear me play all these old funny songs and they thought funny song so they'd send it to me and by that time young elford yankovic could started listening to the show he was probably thirteen he made up a song himself about driving around his hometown in the family's plymouth belvedere it was called belvedere cruising and he said it to me with his own accordion the company l works hard on everything he does so you're here this tape and you can tell that this kid's worked hard but don't you think he was going to be something like did you listen to it and say like wow this guy's going to be something big or we like.
"plymouth belvedere" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Thought a stay put where i again because right now it's a bone chilling seventy eight degrees god bless you go anywhere yet i won't keep you by if i if i could get off the year you know give you my give the uh producer my phone number would give me a call sure sure sure absolutely free hey that very much because i'm just have any one years on a on him i'm a little only once in a while and i don't i don't see very well known up all night and i don't i don't get out much anymore so he less us as you with the radio in the music and stuff like that all right well uh i will for a fact of things if you if you hang on the uh than the then amdro andrew will take your number thank you jack and i wish you and all your family or a a holy blessed uh a christmas ennis same too to bruce thanks very much thank you guide them bank lies dear from your old on and rule larger terror uh former all right a plymouth belvedere nope lemouth vat plymouth apple on the satellite point of satellite plymouth sadly greta and had a uh a 350 engine and uh and a in an accelerator cable that would stick usually while going down galvin boulevard and like bikes growing hundred miles an hour a car full of teenagers nice yeah now that's good yep yep you you you that was a great car as look at your face while he was targetting and it was like uh but you got on after a couple of people yep yep yet is good and thinking is this person i psychic but no no ironhull dow oil yet six one seven two five four ten thirty six one seven to five four.
"plymouth belvedere" Discussed on WJR 760
"To be the front runner to be named the next us attorney for detroit here's wjr's are medal andrew him matthew schneider who is schutte's chief deputy is a former federal prosecutor in detroit who also worked in the white house under former president george w bush according to sources snyder has support in both the michigan republican party and the us attorney's office as mcquaid's replacement of though no final selection has been made by president donald trump mcquaid was appointed to the top federal prosecutors position under the obama administr jason she stepped down in march when control of the white house flipped from one political party to another our mental andhra wjr news today march one of the worst disasters in aviation history as we here in this report from wjr's gene fogel uterus northwest airlines flight 255 taking off from detroit's metropolitan airport in route to phoenix at eight forty six on sunday night back in 1987 it never made it more than 50 feet off the ground before crash at i90 foreign middlebelt one hundred fifty six people were killed there was one survivor a fouryearold girl she is remain mostly out of the spotlight over the years but she did say in one interview that she never goes a day without thinking of the people on flight to fifth five the victims included her parents and a brother gene fogel wjr news shows cramped shack has abruptly closed all of michigan restaurants all three in auburn hills sterling heights in ann arbor the closure comes more than two months after the restaurant owner ignite restaurant group announced plans to sell the brandy kelly companies the company also said they would filed for chapter eleven bankruptcy is part of the deal the cruises saturday but classic car lovers are already cruising up enough woodward avenue others are watching from the comfort of their lawn chairs now mike hancock showed off his nineteen sixty nine plymouth belvedere that is almost identical to the la pd squad car seen on.