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"wayne carini" Discussed on Cars That Matter
"As it sounds great at handles fantastic. It's got plenty of power is not overpower. You're breaking my heart I recently sold my I would have to agree with you one of the quintessential sports cars ever made so funny for years everybody started improve the whole deal out. It's just a Mustang. You know what everybody getting excited about wouldn't you rather have a tweet? Nine Cobra Four, twenty, seven, right? Yeah those are Nice. To me that Mustang bag as they're selling it a really good rate of money these days and it's good to see all that from my favorite card. The moment though is I just thought at twenty twenty or bet took delivery that March and I have a dodge demon everything is for different reason. No Dean it's only one hundred, seventy miles the only thing. I really looked away with that is taken people out and seeing their reaction, their head gets and against the headrest by Grindstone Los to drive him after we only go short drives and then for comfort in for just driving and having a great time a corvette, it's unbelievable what they've done with that car nose to nose with anything from Italy or out of McLaren. Crowd of the company at well-groomed was such a driving force flip getting that car to be manufactured and pushing for that for years and Ed such a great guys great friend of Mine and then mark groceries good friend of mine's president accompany it. All falls together with great car guys making these things happen. I'm very proud Chevrolet for what they thought. It was a dinner table from Ed before the car came out few years ago. It was a Cadillac dinner actually, and naturally we started talking about mid engine corvettes and it was clear that that was definitely top of mind that car was going to be a reality. What's The cars that I collect everyone is different. Sometimes people collect something to the same mark they'll have all porsches. Ferraris and that's good. But to me that's gets a little boring I just bought a nineteen o nine Baker Electric. Moyo always wanted an electric car ever seen car look mobile eighteen hundreds local mobile. So you WANNA get those sensations in those different driving experiences, and there's nothing like having something different to take out. It's really true. It would be as if someone had an aquarium with all the same species of fish inside what thrill is that you would actually see some variety and you wanna be able to enjoy all the different shapes and sizes and colors and the different sensation as my collection. I really love all my original cars fanatic about originality eaten. Great Fifty, four, studebaker star liner cu it's seven thousand miles on it could have got a value that is the most original one out of twenty five may still has original tires on originality means a lot to and saving that Mike Dad Restore Cars. I remember people drive in a minute I said Dad why we're GONNA paint that car it looks good as it is I don't know we're in the business restoring cars just saying where today you look at these cars could sit will when are you gonna pain? It will never Carpet talk about its life, and of course, the oil saying they're only original once that's very true. But then thankfully, there guys like you who do bring the dead back to life when there's no way that original is gonNA fly. We enjoy doing a sometimes in. It's like our TV show. You'll see it's not all about the nuts and bolts for the car about stories of the people about the families, and I think that that's why our show spent so. We're not telling about how many horsepower with compression ratio is, which is good. This other shows to do that and they're fine. We pull on your heartstrings and we invite you to come along with us on that journey and I think that that's what's made us. So popular, you're absolutely right. These cars do pull at our heartstrings and like some people in our lives, some of them pull in the right direction. Some pull in the wrong direction they seem like a good idea. Go it in but man after a while you wish you'd never turned that keep is there one car that somebody come in and say I really love this car Wayne you say run don't walk away from that car. Well, there's quite a few of those cars and won't get any one type of car enthusiasts upset with me or the other. Whether our cars sometimes you go just no way it all depends on automobile story everything about some cars route out. So badly, you know it's going to be just a can of worms. Once you start what we do in restoration business again or so successful is we just don't restore a car guy because he's got some money and he wants to spend it. We really try to lead them down a path doing the right thing. So they'll bring it in and they'll say you know just start on the project is okay. You do realize is going to be three, hundred, thousand dollars when we're done and the. Cars only be worth forty five to fifty thousand dollars to to wanted to sell it unless somebody's buying the quality of the restoration. Just recently a giving example, there is a Rolls Royce cloud three this soul, the regular standard saloon is sold for three hundred, seventy five thousand dollars is a forty five to fifty thousand dollar car. I was GONNA say that's a staggering amount of money for one of those even though there were remarkable artifact from the period nothing more regal and opulent, but there was two guys in an auction and then we're buying the quality of the restaurant they just checked going at one hundred as. What has gone on and what over two, hundred over three hundred, what they were buying the quality restoration and they were buying the restoration. That's what's great about an auction is that when you wanNA car and you see in front of you and it's that dream you've had or that card is always lusted after you're willing to pay more money because you're also gaining a couple years of your life that you're going to be blue joy that car or is this on the restoration it's going to be two years before you get it back. That's A. Very good point. You know better than anybody sometimes, these cars celebrate quite a few birthdays in the restoration shop and there's other customers they love the process It doesn't matter how much it's worth when it's done, it's the process of going through it and being part of it. I restored cars for people they've never driven with they love going through the process of it and talking with me once a week and seen pictures, technicolor our and make it at out. We just restored a car for David Robinson the drummer of the cars yet a detail Mosimane. I had one of those that I always wanted to restore it. I sold it right before they actually got to valuable what a car great car sorted. Look light to me the main Gustav. Fantastic from the front door back at look like two different designers somebody designed the front end and then differ designer designed back the back end is what? Was Rear ended a car I've ever seen his need something anyways. David went through the process of doing to your restoration and he doesn't know how to drive a stick shift been with me for seven months. Now, after the restoration completed, he just loved the process this probably like asking Howard Hughes how much money in the bank but company cars do you think you've owned wing? Probably close to three hundred over the years I started trading cars I was actually thirteen years all. By installing and I think probably one of the biggest thrills in buying selling was an mgb an woman wanted to trade for a sixty six corvette coupe from mgb straight off I asked my father's is this your car do anything you want to unfortunately, you won't be able to drive. I. Said Why is normal? Will ensure a sixteen year old with a corvette. Canes go to college I said. So Dad, how are we going to pay for college? You pay for college during cell, Corvette, you pay for your own. taught me a lesson to the cars are the most important things in your life you gotta sometimes give a car up for something that's very important boy. That's a good moral to the story I'm to actually engrave that one and put it on the wall but speaking of all those cars, what's your three hundred I going to be any idea? You got your eyes set on anything something you'd love to have. In the garage, the one car in love to have courses short wheelbase for I. Just think this fabulous looking than handling and driving car. But he says, you want a GTO I take a short wheelbase over GTO any day. Now it's not worth probably one tenth of water GTO be worth, but it's not value. It's the way to the car drives and a beautiful car to beautiful shape pininfarina out of the best. That's right just simple i..
"wayne carini" Discussed on Cars That Matter
"What a story we'll you've gotta tell me what kind of Lamborghini was it was Amira Unfortunately, the Mailman Foundation investor to invest it with them and they bought it together and cut out of the deal. The heavens. Funny. He says, you know there's only one person that's going to buy this. Carson Bayonets Jay Leno, and I said, well, I don't think Jay's going to be interested in northern ought really. So I said, well, let's call and see if he's interested I said I know Jay's got a couple of these cards. He doesn't really need another one and so going Jan and phone, and he says Sir I really don't want to buy your car that Guy Wayne. It'd be a great candidate for your car and he gets off the phone answered the phone back visas that really wasn't. was. Co Yes, it was. Oh Man. Well, that may be one of those cases where no good deed goes unpunished but I know you've done good deeds because you probably found people some treasures and a lot of ways you're kind of like the antiques roadshow you're able to help people with their discoveries and saying what they've got sometimes that's right. One buying a car always tell people I said gotta be fair for me. It's gotTa be fair for you. That's how I've always dealt with Mike complete business attitude and it's always paid off. We WanNA be a meet up with people five years later and they're so happy about the deal. Exactly and of course, you know what really goes into it because buying the car is just the first step in a long series of financial decisions. You gotTa make before that car actually goes to a new owner. We'll talk about that a minute because man it can get complicated and sometimes they can go real sideways right and everyone is not a winner. I can tell you that and we show that on TV show where all take car would auction and it won't get what I'm expecting and people say, how can you show that you lost money on cars because it's reality? Sorry don't win every. That's right go to LAS VEGAS FRIENDS are a gamble sometimes, I've been very lucky in my life, but the meaning of lock is Lynn oppurtunity preparations when you're prepared in somebody gives you an opportunity but mind meaning of luck and I was given an opportunity to do this show. So we all know Donald Osborne I'm sure sure Donald's a great guy would have class act ESA dowd night been friends for about forty five years. He wrote an article about the Hudson Italian that I ought you're an Italian guy that's right. That's right. So I want to such an Italian in the town that I live in night chased and since I was sixteen years old when I bought it. To kept after that car and finding out able to buy Don wrote that story it was called. I. Love. It appeared in the New York Times and Jim the founder of wine production company. Read that article on Sunday called me on Monday morning and said I'd like to TV show about you can make them up and talk to and he came to my office and our later we talked for fifteen minutes and he says also you to follow you around the camp and I said know that's how much is it pay? Nieces doesn't pay anything but you never know what can I do shows for Discovery Channel and I'm GonNa film you and hopefully we can make a TV show. From that day, it's been almost seventeen years that he got the camera that car we're now in fifty two countries around the world and we've done over two hundred episodes. It's an amazing thing. I was given this opportunity and I'm very lucky to have that just WanNa make sure that people knew how it happened. I was just lucky. Well, that's a remarkable story and it all started with the Hudson Italia have now people always say to me honey know so much about cars and the analogy is that while you go to the train station picture mother in five hundred pupil get off the train I didn't know which one. You just know in. So over the years, you absorb this stuff from my cousin Nolan Harrah's Gandhi Pool Sportscar shot my dad, all friends, and so any sort of suck it all in. You can't explain how you know. You just know it's been a good life and I've been very fortunate enjoyed watching you on TV if had to have some really surprising and rewarding discoveries Kenya, let us in on a couple that were just absolutely mind blowing out of the park discoveries the best one. Was the STUTZ. BEARCAT and Statesboro Georgia nine hundred twenty one start spirit. That's important. Car For our audience to understand that's a really important collector car was parked in the garage in one, thousand, nine, hundred, thirty one and the head taken off and it never moved until I purchased it now is about eight or nine years ago was a serviceman that was out hunting on this gentleman's three hundred acre plantation and he stopped at the House eight if he could go up hung Turkey and He said by the way, do you have any old cars in eastern value? I got this old car. Let me show you what is it onto stuff so he went in the garage she saw the car said is this a Stutz bearcat Jones? Yeah. I'd like to sell it if you know anybody that's interested. Well, I got a phone call that evening from gentleman you're always skeptical when somebody said figures gotta be Volkswagen or something like that. Right? Exactly. A fiberglass body on each. Sent pictures. Finally, it was a real Stutz bearcat I asked one I could see it could have come tomorrow warning. So he set it up two days. Later we were there and I knew I was going to purchase the car. It was just a matter of how much I had to pay for. We came to an agreement and I had called a friend of mine from Savannah and I said I'm going to meet with this guy at nine I'm going to own the car tat. Them. The money and by eleven o'clock I want you there with your trailer. So when we all done with the deal and money was in his bank account, they said now can I take the car? He's just absolutely issue. I have a friend in Savannah I'M GONNA call you'll be here in a little while while I call them, he pulled down the driveway five minutes later because he was sitting at the end of the driveway waiting for that phone call from me because I wanted to get it out of every four change. Man That's like trying to rescue hostages because yes sometimes, there is a little bit of sellers remorse involved. That's exactly right. So Isa's UH fastest trip from Savannah I've ever seen in my life will ensure paid off at what great discovery you mentioned. The head had been taken off ten years after the car was parked and those are sometimes the serendipitous favors that well intentioned owners do for their cars and it's the only thing that saves. Just, bought two weeks ago nineteen thirty two Ford roadster with twenty seven, thousand miles on completely original paint stripes salon at everything the interior and gentleman parked in one, thousand,.
"wayne carini" Discussed on Cars That Matter
"This is Robert Ross with another episode of cars that matter and today my guest is Wayne Carini who everybody knows Wayne Wayne's the host of chasing classic cars and incredibly Popular Program about finding gyms in the rough Wayne's also owner of f Forty Motor Sports Portland Connecticut I'm going to call that as day job and what a job it is Wayne Welcome to the program during us to be with. . Obviously we're talking coast to coast I'm here in Los Angeles, , and you're on the eastern side of the US and were doing this by way of Zoom. . So it's not in the studio, , but it allows some long distance conversation really in much the same way that you probably deal with. . So many of the collectors nowadays things have certainly changed for all of us in the way that we communicate and weighed. . The options are being held virtual car shows everything's changed slightly only. . It's just for short periods. . We'll talk about some of those things both the short-term effects maybe some of the long term positive benefits that come from this, it's , hard to imagine there are any, , but they're actually might be but instead of going forward in time, , let's go back in time for a second. . Let me just ask you the obvious. . Question a lifetime love affair with cars, , full classics, , postwar sports, , and racing cars, , and probably even some modern collectibles. . How did this car fixation begin when I was born into it? ? My father was founder the model a restorers club America back in nineteen fifty one year I was born cars were basically in our family from the beginning and then my dad restored cars for a living whether it was Duesenberg? ? Packard? ? As or buicks whatever they were my cousin built hot rods in a lean to next to my father's shop, , and then a mile up the road was candy pools sports car shop where they had about every type sports car in the World Men Candy Pool is very famous race car drivers. . So there was race cars, , Ferraris Maserati. . Oscars every type of car. . That was rare stuff back then and I think that's how I got my ashes for everything to do with automobiles was brought up on every type of automobile. . That's quite a broad swath. . You Talk About Your Dad restoring everything from model as to Duisenburg's there couldn't be a wider gulf between those two and it's interesting. . You mentioned that let's drill down into. That . for just a second Wayne I often wonder the model a was such a ubiquitous machine, , obviously the model t and then the model put Henry Ford on the map with a little company we call the Blue Oval but all the guys that actually treasure those cars and restore them and kept him alive for so many decades when they were well past. Their . prime. . It's very rare to see those cars any longer they sorta seems almost evaporated off the surface the earth they've become pretty popular again though in that era forcible way to get into the hobby and you could basically model for today from a catalog. . So because of the ease of getting a apart the east of the restoration and the fun factor. . With the driving aspect of it, I , mean, , these cars are a Lotta Fun to drive. . Easy on reasonably priced. . So we see model as actually their value and increasing summer bar. . That's a great harbinger of things to come then because they really were sort of the cornerstone of the collector hobby back before guys can afford their full classics and all the fancy stuff from Europe. . I starting going to Hershey with my dad and nine hundred, , fifty, seven , was six years old I think her she started either in fifty five, , hundred, , fifty, , six does either liver fear second year, , and then probably the third year I was there it became part. . Of Our family, , my dad created the model, a , restorers club. . He just come out of service in flight forty, , eight and gentleman brought him a model a Ford to do some paint work on any restored to perfection for the gentleman brought it to local car show nine, , hundred fifty and they wouldn't let him show it because they said that's just some old used car as nothing special and he got upset about that and went home and created the model, , every stores America which thousands of people all over the world still supporting that club.
Wayne Carini from 'Chasing Classic Cars' and F40 Motorsports
"This is Robert Ross with another episode of cars that matter and today my guest is Wayne Carini who everybody knows Wayne Wayne's the host of chasing classic cars and incredibly Popular Program about finding gyms in the rough Wayne's also owner of f Forty Motor Sports Portland Connecticut I'm going to call that as day job and what a job it is Wayne Welcome to the program during us to be with. Obviously we're talking coast to coast I'm here in Los Angeles, and you're on the eastern side of the US and were doing this by way of Zoom. So it's not in the studio, but it allows some long distance conversation really in much the same way that you probably deal with. So many of the collectors nowadays things have certainly changed for all of us in the way that we communicate and weighed. The options are being held virtual car shows everything's changed slightly only. It's just for short periods. We'll talk about some of those things both the short-term effects maybe some of the long term positive benefits that come from this, it's hard to imagine there are any, but they're actually might be but instead of going forward in time, let's go back in time for a second. Let me just ask you the obvious. Question a lifetime love affair with cars, full classics, postwar sports, and racing cars, and probably even some modern collectibles. How did this car fixation begin when I was born into it? My father was founder the model a restorers club America back in nineteen fifty one year I was born cars were basically in our family from the beginning and then my dad restored cars for a living whether it was Duesenberg? Packard? As or buicks whatever they were my cousin built hot rods in a lean to next to my father's shop, and then a mile up the road was candy pools sports car shop where they had about every type sports car in the World Men Candy Pool is very famous race car drivers. So there was race cars, Ferraris Maserati. Oscars every type of car. That was rare stuff back then and I think that's how I got my ashes for everything to do with automobiles was brought up on every type of automobile. That's quite a broad swath. You Talk About Your Dad restoring everything from model as to Duisenburg's there couldn't be a wider gulf between those two and it's interesting. You mentioned that let's drill down into. That for just a second Wayne I often wonder the model a was such a ubiquitous machine, obviously the model t and then the model put Henry Ford on the map with a little company we call the Blue Oval but all the guys that actually treasure those cars and restore them and kept him alive for so many decades when they were well past. Their prime. It's very rare to see those cars any longer they sorta seems almost evaporated off the surface the earth they've become pretty popular again though in that era forcible way to get into the hobby and you could basically model for today from a catalog. So because of the ease of getting a apart the east of the restoration and the fun factor. With the driving aspect of it, I mean, these cars are a Lotta Fun to drive. Easy on reasonably priced. So we see model as actually their value and increasing summer bar. That's a great harbinger of things to come then because they really were sort of the cornerstone of the collector hobby back before guys can afford their full classics and all the fancy stuff from Europe. I starting going to Hershey with my dad and nine hundred, fifty, seven was six years old I think her she started either in fifty five, hundred, fifty, six does either liver fear second year, and then probably the third year I was there it became part. Of Our family, my dad created the model, a restorers club. He just come out of service in flight forty, eight and gentleman brought him a model a Ford to do some paint work on any restored to perfection for the gentleman brought it to local car show nine, hundred fifty and they wouldn't let him show it because they said that's just some old used car as nothing special and he got upset about that and went home and created the model, every stores America which thousands of people all over the world still supporting that club.
"wayne carini" Discussed on CarCast
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"wayne carini" Discussed on CarCast
"It's a first time going Bill. I know you've done the event in the past. So it was bigger. It was better. It was it was down at Orange County. And they had a a bunch of Japanese cars, and we you know, we saw all the usual suspects. Dave Kim dig and Wayne Carini and a car that we loved was from Andy Leach, he's impel was fantastic. And then. Just small world. We ran into Mark warm in chatted with him over lunch. And then you were chatting with him as well recently. So what we might try to do here is we'll give him a call a little bit later into the show. But. But man, let's start it off. How was your trip to Arizona? It was awesome. And you know, Ben ponder on experience. No matter whether you're taking the road course, or whether you're going down that drag strip. I mean, it's just it's a hoot. No matter what you doing. So. Even though they didn't they weren't working on the high octane PCM's in the demons eight oh eight was enough. But you know, it was it was fun, man. It was a little smaller class. So we could get a couple of extra passes in and, you know, launch controls pretty cool. I didn't I didn't spend a lot of time with the trans break because it didn't. I didn't wanna waste. The the limited runs that I had you know, trying to figure everything out. So I just did it in pieces and the next time. I go out I'll I'll try to master that trans break. But it's one thing that I can tell you that I've never really experienced firsthand before is. A properly prepped track is unbelievable. It's just it's unbelievable. I mean for my first run to my last round, though, comparatively, you know, the the last run compared to the street, there's still no difference. But I mean, there's still a huge difference. But in the beginning, the the grip that you got on that properly prep track bass tracks, and I think of the guys that take care of it. And I think they're the guys that are going to be out of spring fest. Man. It was unbelievable. I I didn't get out of the throttle at all. Good. It's fun to tiny bit. But I mean, it was it was a hell of an experience. Yeah. It's it's going to be interesting to to get out there this weekend. We'll give you guys the details on that as well. But kind of break it down for us. Is it a one day course to do two days out there? And and Where'd you start off in the classroom on the track? Like kind of walk us through it a little bit. What's the Bhandara drag racing experience? Like I've done I've done like the three day a road race school. The driving course of the skid pad and all that. And it's it's great. I would recommend it for anybody by anybody's getting a licensed, by the way, you've got a fifteen sixteen year olds getting a license mom dad's like go do a bond and experience with your kid make them better drivers. And what a great thing to do with with with your kid. Right. So nothing else the skid pad for an hour would work wonders. Yeah. Really will. It's really about knowledge like knowing what the car is. Doing and and a little bit on how to react. But even if even if your reaction, isn't that good going experiencing, and knowing what the car is doing put your mind at ease. You know, it's sliding, you know, it's getting loose on something. Let's say an ice or snow or water or whatever. Like, it's it's it's. It's interesting to do. I would recommend it to anybody. But I've never done the drag racing program over there. I think it's pretty new for them. Now that they got the dodge partnership so kind of walk us through where where do you start rates can do drag racing was different not a three days one day, eight o'clock classroom. You know, two three thirty you're on the track. It's it's. Orientation in the beginning like it should be..
"wayne carini" Discussed on CarCast
"Anyway. I will tell the audience that the car hammered for ten million, which means, and I don't know the vague on every action. But it means somebody would have paid presumably eleven million or more. But say ten percent. Yeah. So somebody was willing to pay eleven million four that car the person that was selling it thought it was worth more. I feel like you're both right one is luck. We got the information out, far and wide. Everyone knows it's for sale and eleven million is what is as of today. Now, there's no doubt that you sell that car for ten million or eleven million. And there's no doubt that nine years from now it sells again for seventeen point seven like and you go shit. But that's the business. You say that about houses or land real estate and land in Nevada like it's all starts off like this. And then it gets to that dean Jeffries bought the car for four thousand dollars staring. So what do you want to? What what are we to do? All right. Give me your prices. Yeah. All right. Knowing the ten million if it completed Lamont, no podium thirteen million third-place sixteen million. Second place nineteen first place or let's call it a class win twenty five million. Yeah. I'm gonna say higher than twenty five because the first llama. I think I believe believe I was watching. Wayne Carini show, and he was at the. He was a Pebble Beach. And they're doing the thing where they do the run from Pebble Beach to the track. And so he's funny like they cover the track. They get the guy in the Duesenberg his buddy Burt like the scarf on driving around the track at twenty seven miles an hour, go here, we go. Like, I always watch it. And I go fast if your wheels or would that's fine guy had almost had to take his hat off. It was so fast. But it's like put out a cigarette almost this close to setting down tab. But there's also a race takes place that we could explore that a little bit. But what a check that. We could just get in Chitty Chitty, bang, bang, and you go through the corkscrew at four miles an hour. Whoa. Yeah. Like a magic driving race cars. Like, yeah. Let's do that. It's going to happen happen time five hundred fifty cars show that a little bit go prone fucking hood of one of them feed. It back to us now. Just imagine this match. And so on that max Pata hard to find stuff sometimes. But on that episode. They had the guy who owned the black. And I guess there's another question. He had the black cheat t forty that. Mclaren. I guess one LeMond when when I think it was like the first the first. The first Ford to win Lama would have been a GT forty that black T four think. Mclaren drove I think Chris look it up and he had that car and now member he was supposed to come in second or third or something. And then feel I mean fail. Hell what's his name got got screwed out of the win? And I think that car ended up in winning. But who's it guy? I'm trying to think of who got. Yeah. I just saw because I just saw the picture Christian bale in the movie, right? So we'll get to we'll get to that in the second. But that guy said something like. This car was valued at twenty million bucks. And I was like four years ago or something like, yeah. If you were the first Ford to win Lamar and your GT forty and you're roadster. I think that thing would be worth forty to fifty million bucks to way, Lama stuff is going to keep in mind. The Aston Martin that never one month can mile sorry that acid Martin at one never one LeMond Ryan will mob. I was very exact just so for twenty two. Yeah. That didn't come into top ten. I don't think that car finish lot. Or whatever. What would what did the third place GT forty four? The gold one we saw that one for ten right at ten nine eight seven six now..
"wayne carini" Discussed on CarCast
"Wings airs AM's in splitters and break docs. It's it is weird that when you see those cars and race Jim virtually look like someone just trove them over there. Just put a number on the side of right? Yeah. It's got to be one of the least change cars. Yeah. Okay. But I, but it it also makes you question like what is the race trim s-l value versus the regular s-l value. I am now realizing that all things are about I saying Dr drew for a long time all roads lead to narcissism. And it's not always a bad thing. But they all lead to narcissism. So when you're standing around as we've discussed for your car's a coffee. Yeah. And you brought your goal wing which is very rare exotic expensive and beautiful car, and you say to the group of car guys there. Hey, look at my goal wing inevitably three guys. They're going to go to go away. And yeah Gov. gov. I sold it in the nine or I had one or I have one at home or I may get I'm looking at one I'll bring it tomorrow. I'll bring it next Sunday. So in terms of your all roads lead to narcissism. That's basically like going. Hey, buddy. I'm showing up the the Christmas party with my new girlfriend Tammy and then a bunch of dudes come around going fucked. Yeah. Yeah. Tammy. That's right. Yeah. I used to fuck I'm thinking about fucking again. Maybe next week to your point. We don't hate the going. We liked to go on a lap. Go away. Talking about. No, I'm not I would like to have a going wrong. Yeah. But. Since all roads lead to narcissism and somebody could easily say used to have a go wing are have one at home in that group, right? If you were bragging to Wayne Carini about your goal wing he'd go. Oh, man. I must have bought and sold. Fifteen these over the years. Yeah. Now, the sudden your stories not so fucking fantastic. If you're standing in front of the nine thirty five to go Paul Newman. Drove this at Lamont, no one else goes. Oh, yeah. I got the same portion at all right used to have one to you don't have that story. Right. So if all roads lead to narcissism in everyone wants to stand in front of their car and tell the story. Well, if the story is ice to have one arm getting one or I got a friend that has two of them kinda shits on your story a little bit. Yeah. They rivington Lamont sorta helps your story. Well, then if it's all about the story, which is all about the narcissistic. Impulses. We all have will. Then you gotta turn toward race cars because there are thousands not tens of thousands. But you know, four thousand maybe two thousand goal wings out there. How many with real race history? Yeah, eleven. Yeah. Nineteen and four you know what I'm saying? All right. Tell us about you gotta tell us about move on to your point. Like if the funds were available, you can still go and get going go to any auction and just get one and somebody else can get one. You know, let me tell you about gyco. Everybody's.
"wayne carini" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"And now a television show called the drive. I think there's another guy here that has a television show. His name is Wayne Carini. Are you doing I'm doing? Well, good. Do what does that Motor Trend? I see on your badge there. What the heck is going on? Well, you know, we have this Motor Trend thing and other velocity. And they got together and it's working out. Really? Well, I know it's it's interesting because I spent a lot of years as Debbie Jay at Motor Trend, and so it's kind of fun. Well, I'm Alan Taylor. This is Wayne Carini on the pioneering performance stage here at shell. And Wayne first of all love, you love your show love what you do. I'm dying to know what happened at Pebble Beach. That was the last time. I saw you you're with a fifty four Studebaker. Yeah. Fifty four student was original paint job. It had. Had seven thousand four hundred miles or you got a good memory. And I remember thinking word is you find these things it's Berg in Pittsburgh. And he goes I found it Herger is which was great the lady was there. You were getting judged when I was talking to you and film, and then I had to get out of the way. So where did you end up with that? We took second place. Second second not bad on that. Especially for Studebaker, right? Oppose war Studebaker. A Pebble Beach was something. So yeah. Yeah. So tell the world about you your show just give us like the elevator pitch on Wayne Carini. What do you tell people when they say, what do you do I restore cars, and I get the TV cameras follow me around then? And we share our experiences with people all over the world. You know, we're in. I don't know forty two countries something like that. Wow. I mean, it's just amazing. Isn't that crazy? And and it all happened because of an article in the New York Times about me and my production guy, Jimmy Strauss ski read doubt. And he'd called me up the next day instead of like do a TV show about you. And that was twelve years ago and one hundred ninety two episodes later here, we are hundred ninety two episodes, and he has told so many people it's none of your business. I always love that somebody says, what would you pay how much you make none of your business? The my business should be. So what are you doing here at Sima what's going on? Well, we're here with philosophy. And we're gonna be doing a great stage presentation on channel presentation. Well, I think Chris Jacobs is going to get up on stage. It's going to be sort of like the tonight show where we go up, and we. Couch. You know, we talk about all of our all of our things we're gonna do. So I'm going to be appearing. I think with Mike and from Wheeler dealers. They're going to be here any second. They are here. That's too funny. Oh my gosh. We're gonna appear together, and then, you know, making other appearances for different different companies, and you and I will be together on Thursday. The craftsman rasmin stayed. Yeah. Yeah. So. Wordstar role. Busy my cousin bills around here somewhere. Worst Bill Bill worse and Bill anyways missile one one time a year that we connect together. And we're able to hang out for few days together. It's really great. You know? And that's the thing about, you know, of course, this stage in particular, you get to see these folks and see them every year, they're here, they're doing their thing. But really we get to see each other. Well, and the same thing out here, you know, all the people that are here. They see people that they only see it Seema, and they rekindle those those friendships, and it's it's a really nice experience. Car guys are really good people car and gals to and and to be here and to be amongst your friends and enjoy what we enjoy so much as automobiles means so much to us. So any projects you've got in the shop that are kind of special up and coming. I want the world to know about. We're doing a showman, man. At the present time that belongs to David Robinson was the drummer of the cars. No nice. David. We're doing a project for him. We're doing some cool stuff allergy to ex. Yeah. Jag S one hundred very good. Very good. All right. I wanna bring another person up here just for fun because the cool thing about what we do here. This is Roger Roger Mita when we know Roger Roger owns classic. Dot com, and Wayne is a guy who's constantly kind of you know, looking for classic cars. So I mean, it's so interesting, right. He's got cars for sale. Fifty thousand classic cars. Do you ever look on places like classic cars dot com to find cars to buy. We look everywhere. I mean, you know, Craigslist classic cars areas. Ebay, you know, bring a trailer. We look everywhere. What do you look for because I think for these folks out here when you're looking for a car, what do you look for? I mean, the something just spark your attention. He looking for a certain year making model now really, you know, I just gotta look and say, wow, that's a cool car next thing. You know, I click on it. And I find out more about it. I'm not necessarily looking for anything. But you never know. I mean, it just sparks an interest. Right. She's I'd like to own that car next thing. You know, you're bidding on it. You go to an auction or you go online, and you try to buy it. And it's a whole experience it is. And you you don't know. It's like, wow, I never thought about one of those. But I kind of liked the look of that exactly. I mean, I bought my my one of my kids. Call me a good dad. There's a little triumph Spitfire. And I go Spitfire picture of it. So he sends me the picture of it in the background was an old Jaguar. I called the guy, and I go you sell the Jaguar too. And he goes, yeah. And I go what am I made you deal to buy both of them? And I bought both of them. You never know. That's what's good about your site to know. All right. I'm Alan Taylor..
"wayne carini" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"So I don't know what to tell you. I I don't know where that goes. But I I went into mechanical engineering because I wanted to work in the automotive industry. And I thought that was a good path in and then I realized that I was going to be someone else's number monkey. Yeah. And I didn't want to be that like I didn't want to be the on the mat together for someone else because I wasn't good enough of an engineer to be at the top. Yeah. So I wanted to be the best that what I did. So did something else. I wanted to design cars, and and people will Well, you you have. have to be mechanical engineers, like no I wanted to be fucking chip foos. But no-one said go to arts center and learned to draw dude. I just did a panel. Chip foos. He's great. He's great sweetest man came and Wayne Carini, right? There was so you. Yeah. Right. So so just real quickly. It was at the scene center stage. I do panels like every year because I just like you. I enjoy talking voice, which is great with these headphones. But. No. But I really I enjoy talking about what we do is a culture, and what we do because like beneath all this and behind everything from again, like I one of my main goals is like keeping car culture alive. Right. Like, that's just huge thing for me. And so Haggerty. Did this like thing on like why we drive and I did talk with them. I did that last year was that they did that was they have you talked to the Peterson. And then like, hey, would you mind sitting on a panel Sima? Sure, no problem. And like, I look at my my haven't assistant. I know that sounds pretentious. But I'm a busy guy. So my systems like, hey, you have a thing at three o'clock, and you need to show up like twenty minutes before and blah, blah, blah. So like, okay, cool. I don't look at any of it. I just know that I'm talking last year. I talked in like, you know, like behind the cafeteria in a room for like twelve people. Right. So this year, I show up get there. And I'm like, and I just see chip foods and Wayne in like mceal from Haggerty Mikhael Haggerty, and and Wade Kawasaki from Sima, and I'm like. Am I at the right thing. Like, why am I here talking to you guys? And then he says, Mr. Delgado. Yeah. And then the stool has my name on it. And they introduce everyone, and they're like this is blah, blah, blah. This is what he's done. This is what he's done, and I'm like sitting at the end feeling like I've shown up to the wrong party under dressed, and then they'll like and a man who needs no introduction. They're not talking about me. You must have missed the car. Clearly. And block. I'm the guy behind the guy. Sorry. But it was it was cool. A good group chips. Great I met chip years ago during like the chip boom with rides when he was doing overhaul. Yeah. He's and he remembered me which I thought was well, he's like a true. He's like a real by really respect. When you meet people, and they remember you when they're like way way outside of the like atmosphere. Yeah. And it's always cool. When you're like, he's like, hey, how you been? I haven't seen since the magazine days. And I was like, oh, yeah. It's weird. I had a very fun night with with all of those guys at Sima last year at at a dinner where a lot of wine was served, and there was some fun stories throat around. It was good good grew gals them. But yeah, there's there's a tips for his engineering. What's I say, we we still people before just find a shop that or place doing things you were interested in and just trying to get an internship trying to get an entry level job. Like, you know, you may be overqualified for something. But that's what you'll learn to build and do the cool shit that you want to do internships in the most important thing you'll ever do because you'll either learn that you don't actually want to do what you thought you wanted to do which is what happened to me in engineering, I did an internship. And I was like, oh, really this isn't what the pamphlet looked like I was going to be driving like race cars like this is not what it is..
"wayne carini" Discussed on CarCast
"Like like off of a trailer or something looks like you haul trailer. I it's always so weird. I know you guys have heard this. But when people do full ground up restorations on those cars, I'm always just get rid of that thing. And they're like, well, that's how it came. It's like, well, that's not how it came. It's how it came to this country. But it's not how they drew it up in Italy. Right. Yeah. So just put it back to that. By the way, the parts been if somebody gets angry and doesn't like it. Then we'll get out some blue tape, and my jigsaw, and I'll put my carbon blade on there. And we'll just fuck and cut a hole, right? And we'll put it on. How about that found I met they're going to like it without? Yeah. So one of these Z cars was done up in the theme of my camel pace car, but it had the big fucking chunkier marks on there. Yeah. We've got kind of the camel theme. Right. Yeah. This one here. We're looking at a picture of it. Yeah. Again, I I don't know who built it. I think it was the guys from. But you're right. Look it has that graphic like the Campbell GT car. This. You know, multicolored lines and in the front right behind the headlight right in the middle. Just a huge side marker it just breaks up the whole line. Yeah. I think I think the guys that. Oh god. What's it called RMC or whatever? What's the what's the Japanese tuner guys? Yeah. I forgot their TV shows on velocity the. Yeah. I forgot the name of the thing. They built one our cars figured out. I talked to this guy's. Yeah. Could be them. I think one of these is one of those guys. Hey, Chris thirty nine Idaho. Our goes good. How's it going? Good good. I'm just wondering over the summer. You know chasing classic cars Tarini, the first three or four episodes. He kind of made mention a Paul Newman, collectibles and vehicle. They'll just wondering if you've ever had them out to the shop or the guest to talk about Newman racing. I have not I've run into him. A couple of times. I think I ran into him at Amelia Island ran into maybe at Laguna Seca alike. Wayne, I like his show. It's one of the it. It's this. If Wayne's listening, please take this in the spirit, which it's intended. Wayne Corini's, very nice guy. He is. And he's very knowledgeable guy. He's not he's not dynamic. He's not funny. He's not anything. He's just very good at what he does. But this speaks to the current state of automotive shows on TV that Wayne Carini is my favorite show. Yeah. Because all that guy does is putter around and go as a Stutz bearcat front nineteen thirty one it was originally canary yellow, but it's black, but we're gonna put it back to yellow and time for Amelia Island, and I go similar lighting I'm in. And the reason I'm in is because every once in a blue moon, he stumbles onto Mira or Lambeau four hundred two plus two or at least or some variety in his cars, and it's not just guys with tattoos on top of their hands. Arguing with each. Other about chevelle. Yeah. This is the fucking state of car shows. Now, of course, if anyone did a car show about going to Goodwood or racing rent sport. Then Wayne Carini would be knocked off the leaderboard in terms of my favorite shows to watch because there'd be other shows that didn't involve assholes arguing over Merican junk. But that's all we have. And then there's Wayne Carini who again, not funny not charismatic not dynamic, but he walked around and looked at some interesting car. And that's that's that's good enough. You know, I've had him on shift in steer. He's he's been at the Sema show. And he's been on the show not this year. But he's and the past and I did talk to them and said, we've got the new car, and I try to get him to sell you the Volvo of Newman Volvo, and and he was great. He was great on the show. But you know, part of it is like he, you know, he's in Connecticut or wherever he is..
"wayne carini" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Dan, Dan, Dan do quarter to them all three three quarter cut three and a quarter. Now third-highest four hundred four four to quarter four and a half percent of the cellphone. They're four and a quarter four and a half. That's. What is your name Representative long from Missouri. It had a cartoon kid getting a haircut. Fun. The best part about going any high-dollar car auction. Oh, we ever find Wayne Carini. What's his name now? All right. The part. There's always a funny part when they're trying to auction off a for our for like twenty two million dollars. And at some point they stall out at you know twenty one point. Five and auction here just goes, look for lousy. You know. Hundred l. take one hundred thousand one hundred who just one hundred thousand dollars. You can own this car. You gotta let one hundred. No, I'm factoring the twenty twenty minutes. Before that the last this part's not gonna break me the twenty two million with the ten percent than premium tacked onto that. That might that might a little bit worst auction ear of all time. And I'll tell you the story tomorrow, but Mike August, he does not have a fantasy football team, but the auction or auction draft and his style is the worst. What the fuck is going on. He's what everybody says about seventeen times over the course of the three hours of the draft because of Mike August, does he invited back for entertainment purposes now shows up? What do you mean? Does he do it. An invite his is his home. I had a great. I had a great Mike August, you know, this kind of conversations can only really have with Mike all guests and maybe Nate Adams and sometimes Dawson. But mainly Mike August, just Mike office. He said he sent me some website like this is your sell your own home website. They got your calculator, how much money you can save. If you sell your house yourself and the beginning one had the cowgill later at at two point five. If your house is a million dollars, you'll save thirty thousand dollars. And I said, all right, a wrote him back said there. Two point five. Now the norm is five percent sometimes six percent. That's what the realtor. I said, they're using this savings calculator. They're basing it on you get it for two point five, what are they comparing it to five or six? I I wanna know, and he writes back two point five and I'm like, yeah, no, I can see they're going off of the two. They're saying I can get it for you for two point five. But in terms of calculating how much you're saving, are they going off a five percent or are they going off of six percent? He then writes back again, two point five. I made myself clear, right. And then I said to Mike, we need stab wish number like a base number, and then we'll know how much we're saying. I want to know what their base number is. He then tells me two point five. I five, which I'm looking at and you could go to sleep secure in the fact that you had a normal conversation with Mike. I said to him, that draft is as a rolling three hour roast in which you fake by pro football players for your fake football team. And I said that you have the quality I most admire envy is it is impossible to offend you. He he's in offense, right? That's right. You can say anything to him and he just throws his head back and laughs. I wish I was out of that same stuff doesn't get us. Feelings. Dad was a football coach, and they travel. That's all they need. That's all you need to know. You can't offend him. I love that about him. All right. What are we got quibbling over prime apple on a pizza. That is so yesterday we don't do that anymore because there's a new controversial, pizza ingredient that taught about topping ingredients. You gotta find fine my emails to Mike from. Let's see, probably over the weekend Saturday or Sunday or something like that. All right. So this is actually I call it more of an ingredient because it is replacing the sauce, traditional marinara song. Would you like to guess? Well. Not even. I'm not even a fan of the pesto in this particular case egg for pesto pesto, but I like pizza absol as traditional, I can find it. Comparing to this you would you would eat is. Today? The interest of health?.
"wayne carini" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Ride you shoulders play a little chicken and the pool or give you an physique that never ended and that you could make hundreds of millions of tens of millions of dollars on. You know what I mean? I'm old man, miss a couple of open houses for my fucking Twenty-one into python gift. The ultimate gift. Now we get to Luigi Canetti junior. Gina, you know who louisi- Luigi. But kept there. I don't. I don't know, senior, Luigi, Kennedy, Luigi, Canetti after World War Two. He's the first man to drive the first Ferrari in nineteen. I dunno forty nine to win Lama the biggest race in the world interrupted by World War Two and sin. Francis you could imagine. And now they come back with the first for Ari and Luigi Canetti drives it to victory. Thus he's a international celebrity and Ferrari. So grateful that Luigi Canetti that he says, the Luigi Canetti, hey, I build these race cars. That's all I'm interested in building, but I'll build a handful at streetcars because I gotta get some money for racing. Sell some streetcars and I'll have my all have. I'll have some my race cars over here, and I'll tell you what you want to go to the United States, and you wanna be the guy who imports my Ferrari city United States. I'll let you be that guy. You can be Luigi Canetti. You can have a Ferrari dealership and I'll also ply with Carson. You sell them in North America, fine. That's what Luigi, Connecticut, Luigi Canetti junior who's now seventy three year old guy or whatever is. Had a car that dad had since nineteen sixty eight like a gift from Ferrari Pena Farina whatever the guy used to build the bodies or whatever made a one off special Ferrari with the middle seed and different bodywork. And it's a one of one kind of thing and his dad got it in the sixties for you know, six grand or free or whatever it is and just in the family. And at some point a few years ago, I think it went to our am at Pebble Beach. You can look for it as about probably two thousand fifteen or something like that. He takes this one off Ferrari Luigi junior who really was probably fourteen when they had cut the car and just, you know, like if your dad got a car and you just never is kept in eventually your dad died and who gets the pickup truck. We'll give it to catch fire. He's still he'll take it. Takes the car to auction now. You know all those years later, it's kind of hard to figure out what the car's worth because it's not a race car. It's a Ferrari. It's kind of one off bodied car. I can't think of the name. It had a weird name it. You'll find it max Pat. It's white. If you want to kind of it looks a little like a Dino anyway, takes dice as seventy four, whatever time to sell the car. We don't really use it anymore and takes it to auction. And again, if you're cars GTO and it has the Lewa experience or history, whatever we can kind of figure out some calms, but no comps for this cars, we're not sure what it's going to be and then they're sitting there and he sitting in the audience. I was watching on Wayne Carini show and he's sitting there in the audience. He's a does a classic, our show. He's there Pebble Beach and he's sitting there and the bids stop at twenty two point five million dollars. And at some point doctrinaire goes anymore bids. Twenty two point. Five twenty two point. Five, nothing anymore. Any. Slams the gavel down any else that's a no sale. It did not meet reserve shit, and then they cut to Wayne Carini and Luigi Canetti junior in in the audience. And junior, who's disgusted, lean Shoda Wayne and goes up, can you? Can you believe it like he gave the reaction that you would give when the garbage man didn't pick up your can because it wasn't facing the right direction. You enough Jesus This again, Christ now and a half. And a half million dollars. All gravy to him..
"wayne carini" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"Right my brother my friend of. Mine goes. Is, motor ZEE TV, motor z and I know you Motors. Why is it so hard anyway never mind Christie So Chris and I everybody we're together in Baltimore for the amazing relaunch. Of the craftsman brand, launch I know well it was called Launched but at, the end of the day the company's ninety plus years, old it was purchased last may by Stanley black and decker which is a hundred and seventy five year old company they own. They own Stanley and black and decker and MAC and, proto and dewalt in all these amazing tool. Companies and they own them all into. This one big umbrella Stanley black and decker SPD, Chris and I were asked to. Be? The MC's. Dueling emcees for this launch Ashman you didn't win I, want. A totally wiped sat on, the big thrown didn't you see? Me on, the. Chrome thrown I sat on the throne guided too I just posted one picture yesterday to my Instagram. But I'm. Having, taken down immediately Because I only had to do. It for you know what a couple of hours, you were there all day so Micah Yeah but you got the fun. Part you get out there with those race car drivers who were those. Guys, anyway Joe Gibbs racing was Ryan priests and Eric. Jones those are NASCAR guys from Joe Gibbs racing Richie Crampton was also there even HRA NHRA. Guy that's pretty clear by the, way if you didn't figure it out there all sponsored by craftsman. Now so watch for. That You guys were doing. Lawnmower, races which I, envy you for that and then go kart races which was fun right. Yeah yeah yeah we can totally get into that the the lawnmower challenge it wasn't really racing because they couldn't have, to, in their battling each other. Just you know for legal safety reasons I guess but they set up a. Closed course with bales of, hay and put on the ground these I. Don't know maybe a foot in diameter circles and they all had numbers on them. So the idea was, to drive the lawnmower the the ride on mower around. This closed course around? The bills of hey. To, get the most points and the. Ones with the most points were in really hard to get area so you, had to like go in and and stop in. And backup like there is no way to just drive in there casually to pick them up. So it was very very interesting, how they pulled that off by the way how did you do. I heard you crashed It was fun it so we we did a live stream which was involved with. The inserted into your, livestream what was that how come you got inserted into. My life my life's? Dream I'm the king You were, there for like an hour hour and fifteen minutes to be exact point, oh one percent, of your precious life you know, what that was all about right and, by the way if you're just joining us we're talking about craftsman launching now under the Stanley black and decker ownership. You might say twelve. Hundred new, tools and products all kinds of fun and crazy stuff but the whole idea. Of your three? Or four? Minute insertion into the livestream was. So I can. Have a break How old I gotta go pee anyway the point is that they've got? All these new products and we should talk about them and Chris constantly giving these. Things, away which is pretty darn cool. What are you? Doing on Instagram is. That. What it is yeah, just on my Instagram Chris, Duke TV you'll find it there every Friday it it's not just Friday, to enter you, actually have a whole week to, enter which is just commenting and liking, the post in doing some other stuff I change it up every now and that's what would you give it away This week it's a fifty one piece mechanic's. Tool set the gun middle chrome very nice I think it's like seventy bucks and so it's a mechanical said. That's what it's been since I started it a few months back? And hopefully things. Now that they? Have, twelve hundred new tools can start giving. Away. Some other things because while an MTS mechanic's tool said is great you get all the sockets ratchets and and some other fun, stuff it's a great kid. But from my perspective it's all? About me right out it? Gets, it gets kinda hard, to, talk about, the same thing number giving away every. Week so hopefully we'll be able. To mix it up fairly soon and give, away some other fun stuff on Instagram so did you actually get a. Chance to raise those NASCAR boys I did twice and what happened well Allen I'm waiting for Chris I didn't think that I would win and at one, point in the second race I was winning, so here's the story the first the first race so it was it was. Those three guys and then. Also Wayne Carini was in the mix. From chase. Glass guard yeah Yep he was. There and so that was fun, so Wayne and I started in the back and which you know unfortunate I don't think it really mattered because actually in the next in the second race we were in the front so again it didn't matter but. The it's like the third turn I spun out hit the wall. And the guy that. Was it's probably been, five years since I've raised cards. Right and I know there's a way to put it in reverse and and the carts differ. But the guy that was setting us up and making sure we're all strapped in before we went to race. Didn't tell me about the reverse toggle switch which is conveniently located? Out of sight. Right behind the? Steering, wheel I'm sitting behind, this yeah so I'm sitting. There I hit the wall I've stopped or spun out in an I spend it all right and so I'm trying. To, get. Into reverse I. Can't figure it out so. It kind of bumped it a little bit and finally got my, way, but I had lost at that point and so yeah I think I came in last place so the second. Race so, the second group. Of influencers and such we did the. Celebrity races they called it again while they are eating lunch and so it was getting entertainment and Wayne and. I. Are out in front and I finished second to last in the he finished after me. But so but for a good while there I was in first place but then the NASCAR guys and maybe, Ritchie to I don't know somebody just came, up and just bought me and you know it was all over In their out so, but it was so much fun and you know, what people don't, realize it takes a lot of energy like, it's it's a full body workout legs I, was shaking Listen the last time I drove. A gold card I think I was probably one hundred seventy. Five pounds lighter Long time ago What you talking about shaking my fat would. Have been. Shaky you're right it. Is a workout I'll take. A little.
"wayne carini" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Catlin's volunteer hours and donations. To restore this you know we just put this up on our social media thousands and thousands, upon reactions. People are so excited to say I've never seen it. I'm going to get it I mean I know we. Have special packages for some of our fans that come down VIP allows you to get into. The future ladder take pictures I mean these cars are the features are really what tragedy Clermont Larry Klayman he's our grand marshal that, was important for us to have a real enthusiast builders who's got a very good collection he's bringing. His golden Sahara is the first time and another one I can't wait to. See yeah Hasn't. Been debut to the public the first time it's going to be JD to the public was. Acquired And you know it's it's, kind of a, quality of carbon gives me cited he's. Organizing it and when when we have fans, committed check it. Out I mean, their, their faces light, up there's something for everyone we. Had the future which is great we have Clermont Larry as I, said it's gonna be our grand marshal he's bringing six of, his collection twenty twenty-six Rickenbach eight SuperSport Kentucky twelve convertible coupe, he's got his Rolls Royce Rolls Royce phantom a couple of those Auburn don't tell speech search of replica even the talent. Celebrities bring their, cars to Kim pick coming down with three cars, from his, from, bitch and righteousness series Wayne Carini Braves, thirty four coupe is thirty five letter off shoe specialty race car how local law voodoo Larry local guy bringing his is called doodoo Sahara which is. Really it's a one of a kind of version of the golden era There are so many cars I could talk about this for days fans are going to come down and really, feel, it and, she'd excitement like you know you're doing something right when you are. Excited about it as well you probably can't wait for it to start and get. Out there and enjoy, it and you're excited right too because you know what it means to so many of those fans. And motor sports and car they're going to be so excited to get out there and see it as the September eighth and ninth at the Dalai Stephen Senator. The the classic auto show so, my give the information out I know a little bit later, on as we get closer we're going to have a few pairs of tickets to. Give away for the. Listeners people get in there get those VIP package is, learn about, what's going on get? Tickets where can they go They want to go get tickets we encourage you buy. Tickets online because it is a bit less expensive as buying them at the show. They go to WWW, dot dot classic auto show dot com twenty dollars a ticket I know you do it on line. Kids ages five to twelve six dollars and anyone under his free we do have different types of ticket packages from VIP's where they can meet and greet and. And do some cool bench our, talent as well as some of the experiences on the show, the future ladder that's just a couple of merchandise for everyone to buy it's a. Great event I look. Forward and really want the community to give us a, reason to, be back in Chicago I think they will As you can see very excited to to be able to. Be putting this on I can't. Wait for the show I can't wait to. Meet, everyone down. There yeah you're excited I know Chicago is going to be excited to see it all experience it. In September as well and so thanks Mike. For what you're doing we're going to have it up at WGN radio dot com will be given a couple of tickets away a little bit later on as we get closer. To it as well and thanks for jumping. On on WGN today. I really appreciate it I take you for the opportunity and I really want to wish everyone and welcome everyone that comes to the. Show a good experience so come on down. And check us out I know I know that. You'll love the next.
"wayne carini" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Chicago classic auto show coming up the September eighth and ninth in Rosemont the guy with his hand on. The pulse of it all and being, a, big part. Of bringing. This amazing event to Chicago's Mike. Carlucci is the senior. Vice president. Mike welcome. WGN thank, you thank you for, having me, Dana I appreciate being here let's see here's this I. Mean and you know this that America all around America has unique love affair with the automobile wherever, you do this show you were going to have fans at appreciate. What it is you do but I gotta tell you that Chicago has a as a unique I think position as maybe one of the biggest areas as far, as demographics for car fans and from All areas. As well, and you are bringing, something people, are going to be excited about here in September you're. A hundred percent right we know that we know how loyal the enthusiasm Chicago are passionate they are, about cars were so happy to be coming to Chicago to to. Roll this event out and I can't wait I'm excited you're gonna hear my voice a little bit but Yeah Well here's the. Thing so you're going to be bringing you don't need much almost need to put up a tent of big. Tantrums even a great facility like the Stephen Senator in Rosemont and kind of put out that, bats. Right the Mike Carlucci bat signal and people are gonna show. Up you're going to have not only we're going to get into some of the great car n. personalities that are going to be, assembled but you're bringing in and leaving the door open for some of our great car clubs from the area to participate as. Well You know the car clubs are the lifeblood of the show We, the concept they rolled it, out in LA two years now. You know the car club really the, car clubs are engaged they're bringing, we have. Over fifty, clubs represented everything from team classic style Japanese classics Jags Citron's cargo when did you see corvettes and Tara. Volunteer I mean, there are, so many clauses so many cars president he's guys are, really the lifeblood of what we're doing. And that's why we really we have that facility allowed them to really, tell the story our thing is you know every every cars gotta story come, here at our show and that's really what we put out so you're, gonna have and you're going to have this venue for two and you mentioned a lot, of those, different, makes? It's a classic car. Show and certainly the muscle cars have a lot of, fans here as well but you've got an opportunity for. Those enthusiasts with some of those a little more, obscure? Just Justice passionate right you've got Corvair. Fans you've got, all of those different kind of car clubs. But, they're all going to have, a place right here that's the. Point is. We want to be diverse right we know that it's a, big market Had a lot of muscle at the show but you know. One of the, things that, we do we pride ourselves able to bring that diversity, so that there's a car there for. Everyone is a car that's gonna fill everyone's passion or several of them, which is great that's what we're known for so that's what we're gonna do, what Chicago so and here's the other side of it too it's one, thing just to have things assembled and we have great cruise nights and car shows around, Chicago people, get, out? There they have those. Conversations they look at the cars but you've got a, lot of interactive stuff going on you've got some demos. Happening you've got a lot of vendors you're going, to? Be doing conversations all over the place Yeah Things that we wanna. Do Cheater for us we want we do want those that are really curious about cars and those that are learning to have an opportunity to interact with some of the challenge stars, and some of, the demos, an auto. Detailing studio restoration very, big and then we have I know we'll get into the stars but. Bogeys, RMC all, girls garage, well he later you know we really want the, fans to, see what's new, what's hot how they're working really answer the questions and. Drive and fueled their passion so we have a little bit of everything, which is really our our our motto is really being able to deliver something that everyone. Can really see and. Enjoy you got Dave, Kennedy I. Wake Carini, Lyn St. James. You've got you've mentioned bogey there's. A lot of people? Here how does that happen does it is it you that has your hand on the, pulse, of things you're seeing, like here's some great personalities kind of a diverse viewpoint as, far as the viewing audiences and they've got a great voice within the, industry or, Arabic fan saying, you, know they. Say like hey Mike can is there any way you can get this person to show up That's a, great play, a ball every, time, I deliver show I always want to hear what the fans want that's horrible That's who we're building the show. Four so And I ask established create, relationships some, of, those. Guys like, Dave candidate Wayne Carini Stacey David I mean. We have real Chicago born Chris Jacobs. Coming Lynch you named a few of them, there are, some, local. Guys well, coming down shows Oper we'll, be down there Too much to list David but yeah you know we wanted to say we want. To know what the saints wall we this event in in LA. Third year now we outgrew sold out of LA so we are playing was. Always to bring to the mid west Chicago is the perfect. Opportunity and the fan shape. A lot of. That strategy and we want wanna see, who they want to interact with. We do meet and greet. She, do autographing we have. A huge celebrity stage Here at it's it's. There's an MC. It's almost that studio type component It's a, lot of fun and you get to meet all your your your stars those that you really like an aspire to or really want to ask some questions. C. which a very interactive group Relationship with these guys over the last several years, so we're? Happy to bring to Chicago and they're happy to be there yeah the. The classic auto show that Chicago classic auto show coming up September eighth? And ninth at the Donald e Stevens center are you you mentioned you starting. At in l. a. and then. It outgrew. LA is this the kind. Of thing you knew you had something that was I think it touched, on for, a lot of people that they would enjoy are you surprised at the receptionist got that it has been that popular You know it's really where we strive to be but I. Am I am a bit surprised I mean LA we rolled it out in LA two years ago it's doubled in size we've outgrown the center so now. We're actually losing to show to the Orange County fairgrounds out in LA. But, it's you know the community came together and that's really what it is we have a good pulse on the community we, work with? A lot of the car called presidents and members that talent the sponsors. I was surprised but I have to tell you that passion that huge industry is something that really makes us proud we can bring disadvantage Chicago and. Do it there to love to. Be in. Chicago for years to come You said. It before there's a lot of fans in Chicago a lot of enthusiasts we know, that we, wanted to, live our great event for them yeah and you've got. The next generation in mind too and of. Course you want to be able to have the parents coming out something for the kids do not every, one of them is is as much of a gearhead has maybe their parents are you built like. A kid let the listeners don't want they bring their family then what are the kids going to do Yeah you know that's the one thing about us we, are a family event right, so you know you'll, see grandparent's the grandchildren parents bring up there Sons and daughters. You know we wanted we wanna be community event really for the communities in. China weekend, obviously we want to? Have something to do for? Everyone you we work very hard and Haggerty Haggerty is really invested in the next generation you know what. Are, we doing, educating us how we doing we're. Gonna have.
"wayne carini" Discussed on CarCast
"Yeah i guess newman did three of them i think he did like one firm self and maybe wayne carini has and there's another one and then no no mike brockman i'm not sure and then he gave the other one to letterman and so he said he wanted to sell it and give the money to the newman foundation so i said i'll tell them in and that was last we heard of you can hit hit them up no actually i think i'm not sure if it's maybe i shouldn't say i'm not sure to comment you might might be available sooner than you think all right oh really come up clip all of this out of the show come bringing it to auction perhaps wraps so we'll look forward to to that the i don't have any home if you want to avoid auction fees i'm just another no he wants to go right the right home it doesn't want some salt in brunei getting it card around horrors that's what we use it for he wants to live with paul's memories yeah paul's other race cars by crack 'em the nine thirty five which i have when of course bobby drove back in the day in the apple livery in ambience he drove for about two season in that car one day tone with brian redman in it he sits great old character tell us what you know or memories or memories of daytona or anything you know because we're learning about the car on basis i mean i think the course i just come back from europe racing nineteen seventy nine and i went down to daytona to the last race to watch the race get to meet people and you know got got the ride that would start it i think we started riverside nine or siebrand nineteen eighty apple computer was a sponsor of the car i think is still the most popular of all the porsche nine thirty five miles the apple cars in the most popular one and.
"wayne carini" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"Hill you know what i'm trying to do less builds and the bills that we are doing i'm trying to concentrate on the bigger builds you know what i mean yeah and do the suspension so it's suspensions always been kind of my passion yeah and i think the product that we're putting out it's really nice people are blown away they're asking me if all the welter computerized in it's all hand welded know who's what you have a welder you welding at her i ha it's a team there's four of us you know we all four of us do well the inches pinzon where you're out what we're doing and twos what's the name of that show you did with the the the rock star oh brought michael was oh man bringing back memories smith oh my god peter senior on fire we all have worked with rbi the recreation vehicle industry associates guys start that show have you seen the rv out ear no all my god they took like a sixty nine chevy sea10 drafted underground and it's got this class i did see that we're so that are other right you know they should have got rid of bret michaels inches had media the hill that i i know you don't want to use a cool guy i still talk to him out of any but everybody on the show he and only one i talk to their funny right right so anyway bodies drought everybody bs industries now bsi they do suspension chassis builds alatas celebr cars tim allen this is the guy who builds is cars so our best of luck to you and may lose trout his daughter and upandcoming beautiful vocalist singer and songwriter unbelievable god bless you man i do glad to see india in a couple of minutes wayne carini will be here from chasing.