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In Wheel Time Car Talk is a 30-minute version of the In Wheel Time live automotive talk show simulcasting every Saturday from 8a-11aCT. The LIVE broadcast covers a wide variety of content that automotive enthusiast find interesting - including new car reviews and maintenance tips that can be found here. Join Don Armstrong, Michael Marrs, and Konrad DeLong LIVE every Saturday from 8a-11aCT. Want more In Wheel Time in real time? Follow us for the latest updates! Twitter: https://twitter.com/In ...
 
50,000 watts of gearhead terror. We’re the talk radio blowtorch you want, chock-full of cars, trucks, beers and guns since 2009. We'll be your go-to for gearhead get-some, full of the sliciest canyon carving, dirtiest off-roading, biggest calibers, hairiest sasquatches, loudest explosions, plus the best epic fails, smoking rubble and blue-collar awesomesauce since Top Gear full of beer.
 
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The Motor Affair

Jason Connor & Patrick Stevenson

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The Motor Affair, is about of the love affair we have for cars. A place we share our passion behind the wheel, behind the lens, or on the microphone with like minded car enthusiasts. The Motor Affair team is Jason Connor and Patrick Stevenson. Jason's passion of cars started from a very young age and his films and writings can been seen on Hooniverse.com, the Hooniverse YouTube channel as well as various Internet Brands sites. Patrick Stevenson, an automotive journalist and artist, who can b ...
 
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This month we are live at the Lupe Tortilla location on SW Freeway at Kirby for the September edition of Tailpipes & Tacos! Join us as we talk to participants about their cars, along with our regular features - New Car Reviews, the Pre-owned Car Review, we have This Week In Auto History, and the Events Calendar. In our feature segment this episode,…
 
This month we are live at the Lupe Tortilla location on SW Freeway at Kirby for the September edition of Tailpipes & Tacos! Join us as we talk to participants about their cars, along with our regular features - New Car Reviews, the Pre-owned Car Review, we have This Week In Auto History, and the Events Calendar. In our feature segment this episode,…
 
This month we are live at the Lupe Tortilla location on SW Freeway at Kirby for the September edition of Tailpipes & Tacos! Join us as we talk to participants about their cars, along with our regular features - New Car Reviews, the Pre-owned Car Review, we have This Week In Auto History, and the Events Calendar. In our feature segment this episode,…
 
English, schminglish... Sorry, but there's a lot going on in Garage World right now - running out of hours. We did manage to kidnap Trinity's saucemaster for an hour - Jon Taylor, Regular Bill and Hostus Maximus Justin Fort did an in-house session on yummy beveraging (Simcoe Smash, peanut-butter stout, Idaho 7, dandelions for beer and health, and r…
 
English, schminglish... Sorry, but there's a lot going on in Garage World right now - running out of hours. We did manage to kidnap Trinity's saucemaster for an hour - Jon Taylor, Regular Bill and Hostus Maximus Justin Fort did an in-house session on yummy beveraging (Simcoe Smash, peanut-butter stout, Idaho 7, dandelions for beer and health, and r…
 
When it comes to bright lights, particularly colorful neon bright lights, hard to beat the collection of automotive related neon that can be found at the Hemi Hideout in Brookshire, Texas. John Hovas is a collector - muscle cars, that is Mopar Muscle Cars, along with several aspects of Americana. A few tractors, some Triumph motorcycles, gas pumps,…
 
we continue our talk with some of the visitors at the Hemi Hideout, Brookshire, Texas. Joining us is Freddy Riggs with the Houston Miata Club, as we learn more about the club, the car, and look around the HEMI Hideout a bit ---- Be sure to subscribe on your favorite podcast provider for the next episode of In Wheel Time Car Talk six days a week, an…
 
We contine with our broadcast from the HEMI Hideout in Brookshire, Texas, with special guest Bill Sietz. Bill is a long time friend of the show, and was instrumental in some of the art work that went into the construction of the Hemi Hideout. In addition, Bill's renderings have been on display at some of the In Wheel Time remote broadcasts where we…
 
In Wheel Time is BACK at the famous HEMI Hideout, Brookshire, Texas! It has been a long time since we have been about to do a live broadcast from one of our favorite locations - muscle cars, vintage signs from the road, a few motorcycles, tractors and plenty of neon! What is not to like!?! Our host is the owner, John Hovis who leads a group of volu…
 
It's a fine selection of the random gearheadiness that makes the Garage Hour an international sensation (seriously, what's wrong with you people?) - semis and wide loads and how to own the lane, a review of some logic powering automotive bushings (and rubber versus polyurethane), and we found some Found On Road Awesomeness - Snap-On, baby! Because …
 
It's a fine selection of the random gearheadiness that makes the Garage Hour an international sensation (seriously, what's wrong with you people?) - semis and wide loads and how to own the lane, a review of some logic powering automotive bushings (and rubber versus polyurethane), and we found some Found On Road Awesomeness - Snap-On, baby! Because …
 
Over the past few months, we have been talking with new car dealers about how the market for new automobiles is doing. With the pandemic causing a slow down in production, and then when trying to get back up to speed, the chip shortage slams production again, creating a wierd market place for consumers. From the new car market, we shifted to the pr…
 
When it comes to tire 'shopping' it is not always the decision making process that takes so long, but getting the actual tires installed. We go to the box store, stand in line, then patiently wait our turn as the new tires are mounted, balanced and then installed. A lot of us have learned to just drop the vehicle off and go on about our business, b…
 
He has become a great friend of the show, willing to help us understand the growing world of the EV - electric vehicle - and what it is like to live in that world. It is also great that he has a sense of humor and doesn't mind sharing it! As an EVangelist, Buzz likes to talk EV, and his reputation is growing. In the very near future he will be in H…
 
While oval dirt tracks have been a staple of racing across the southern part of the United States, it is the oval asphalt racing that really caught on and developed into what we now know as NASCAR. But not everyone is ready to run the high-banked ovals so the short asphalt tracks have developed a big following. Helping to fuel that following, is th…
 
Coming up on September 25, 2021, is one of our favorite car shows - it will be the 3rd Annual Woody's Waterfront Car Show. In Wheel Time will be live! Hosted by the Top Water Grille in San Leon, Texas, the show is on the Galveston Bay side of the property, creating a great backdrop for a day spent around classic cars, muscle cars and some 'ol fashi…
 
The historic Bonneville Salt Flats has been the home of land speed records for longer than most of us can remember. The idea of going 200, 300, 400+ mph in some symblence of a car can qucikly become a boyhood dream. For an 8-yr old Andy Loyd, it may have taken a little longer than he liked, but with an second record setting run under his belt, he m…
 
Designing automobiles for over 100 years, someone is bound to occasionally come us with some losers to go along with all the winners. Sajeev Mahta, with Hagerty Media got the idea to look at some of GM's vehicles that needed saving but the fixes came a little late to really save the vehicle. It is an interesting idea that makes for a great story, b…
 
Everyone is concerned with safety and each year, the auto manufactures improve a lot of the systems that help drivers avoid accidents. Most are currently directed to helping the driver drive safer but there are also systems coming along that don't need manual intervention. As a starter, look at the interactive lane assist or even the new cruise con…
 
The SCCA - Sports Car Club of America - is the largest car club in the country. Our local Houston representative, Richard Tomlin, is very active with the group in having a lot of events going on around the area. Richard is also the owner of Apex Auto Works, and has supported several race teams down in Mexico and even at the Pikes' Peak Hill Climb e…
 
For most people, the tires on their vehicle are not something they 'think' of on a regular basis, particularly with technology taking over part of the check list. Newer vehicles will let you know if you have a low tire and that is an opportunity to look the tires over. Something that needs to be done on a regular basis. Then it becomes time to repl…
 
Join us on this episode, it is Larry Way, Mr. Houston Autorama! With everything going on, it is has been a while since the Houston Autorama was held, but Larry is sharing that it is back for 2021 at the George R. Brown Center - and In Wheel Time will be there. Join us for some of the details on this years show - Special guest this year will be 'Chi…
 
What do you do after a 31-year driving career in almost every category - endurance races, Formula 1, Indy Cars, IMSA, Trans-AM, Can Am and even NASCAR? You take all that knowledge and become a television commentator for another 40 years. And then, and then you write it all down in a book for generations to enjoy. It is English born David Hobbs, and…
 
Balls that bounce are great, but GM recalling 50-70,000 Bolts aint. Also, when you have lemons, don't make terrorists lemonade. ...Unless you're a fool, in which case you gift-wrap that lemonade in $85billion of the finest military hardware on Earth. Geeks like military hardware, so we'll talk about it. There's other bouncing madness: even though f…
 
Balls that bounce are great, but GM recalling 50-70,000 Bolts aint. Also, when you have lemons, don't make terrorists lemonade. ...Unless you're a fool, in which case you gift-wrap that lemonade in $85billion of the finest military hardware on Earth. Geeks like military hardware, so we'll talk about it. There's other bouncing madness: even though f…
 
Ok, it is not a muscle car nor what might be considered to be a 'hot rod'. However, in automotive history it is hard to ignore the contribution of English automobile development. The MG series of vehicles are minimal sports cars that sure are fun to drive, even if they can be frustrating to keep running. For Curtis Grider, the answer was to swap in…
 
While the Mustang may have started the Pony Wars, the Chevrolet Camaro sure tried to make up for lost time when it came to market. Rolling out in 1967, the Camaro when face2face with the Mustang and the great Chevrolet vs Ford debate shifted to a higher gear. For Ken Van-Keuren, the 1967 Camaro us the only way to go. Of course it is a driver, but w…
 
When the Ford Mustang came to market in 1964, it did not take long to bring the 'Pony' segment to life! For Jaime Giraldo, his 1965 white with red interior and matching stipes convertible is now what the factory would have built - if the technology were available. Other than the wheels and tire combo, the exterior looks factory stock until you look…
 
It is another edition of Tailpipes & Tacos - the monthly cruise-in hosted by Stan Holt at the Lupe' Tortilla restaurant in Katy, Texas. The third Saturday of each month, this location is opened early for the Saturday morning auto crowd. Along with coffee, there are other adult choices of breakfast beverages that include soft drinks to go along with…
 
We continue with our guests from the August Edition of Tailpipes & Tacos in Katy, Texas. It is the monthly Saturday morning cruise-in that also serves as a fund raiser for 'Shirley's Kids' - the foundation created by the First Lady of Drag Racing, Shirley Muldowney. Shirley actually attending one of the events back in 2019 and hopefully she will fi…
 
Time once again for another edition of Tailpipes & Tacos - the monthly cruise-in hosted by Stan Holt at the Lupe' Tortilla restaurant in Katy, Texas. The third Saturday of each month, this location is opened early for the Saturday morning auto crowd. Along with coffee, there are other adult choice like a Mimosa, or maybe a Bloody Mary and soft drin…
 
The next time you wander into the kitchen in your torn boxers, are the 'fridge and toaster watching you? ...And who's watching them? How about when you pair your car's "infotainment" system with your phone? "Smart" homes and cars appeal to a lot of stupid people because you can be really bright but still dumb enough not to realize that if you're no…
 
The next time you wander into the kitchen in your torn boxers, are the 'fridge and toaster watching you? ...And who's watching them? How about when you pair your car's "infotainment" system with your phone? "Smart" homes and cars appeal to a lot of stupid people because you can be really bright but still dumb enough not to realize that if you're no…
 
For Sportsman Racers, it is seldom a full time gig to go racing. These are the weekend warriors that tow their rig to the track and hope to make some of the bigger events. Some stick with it long enough to start making national events and maybe even win a few. Joining us today is business man and Sportsman Racer Dale Hulquest, owner of Elite Glass …
 
The man cave is even better when it is an automotive man cave! Joining us today is Craig Harris with the Garages of Texas in Katy, Texas - one of our newest segment sponsors. Currently there are several of their facilities in the Dallas area, so Katy and the Woodlands are the first around the Houston area. You probably haven't seen them or maybe yo…
 
The Lone Star Street Rod Association is the premier state wide organization in Texas for street rodders. So much so that there are members from other states that have joined. With us today is the editor of the monthly newsletter 'Street Light', Gary Henry. Along with learning a bit about the organization, we also get to hear about his own 1929 Seda…
 
Joining us on this episode is long time friend of the show Ron Stien. Ron is a car collector who happened to be around the start of the NHRA and several of the people that were instrumental in starting the organized hot rod movement. In our feature segment, Michael Marrs found the new 2021 Chevrolet Silverado and he is sharing his impressions of th…
 
In this episode, friend of the show Rodney Rodriguez, from the Revved Up Sports Show pays a visit to the show with updates from the world of asphalt oval racing. As one of the track announcers, Rodney gets a great view of the races, as well as the racers. Rodney also had the chance to work on a special project that many of us are waiting to see tha…
 
The chip shortage is still affecting us in more ways than just the automotive manufacturing. Joining us from Spain on this episode is Mr. Lewis Black, CEO Almonty Industries - a raw material provider for the manufacture of 'chips'. Seems there is more to producing the material for the chips than we know and then there is where the material is proce…
 
...Because driving ain't about being able to afford a car, and being skilled ain't because you showed up - motoring fails are not what you think, but you should have thought of that. The Garage Hour goon squad - with Mr. Intolerant and Hostus Maximus Justin Fort - does a little dance with why car accidents are up, and the whys aren't what they were…
 
...Because driving ain't about being able to afford the car, and being skilled ain't because you showed up - motoring fails are not what you think, but you should have thought of that. The Garage Hour goon squad - with Mr. Intolerant and Hostus Maximus Justin Fort - does a dance with why car accidents are up, and the whys aren't what they were (hin…
 
On this episode of In Wheel Time Car Talk, we continue our look into the changing 'car market' that consumers are now faced with. We have heard from some OEM reps, as well as New Car Dealers, and today we are talking pre-owned vehicles. Joining us is Gary Emmons from Emmons Autoplex over in Webster, Texas. Gary and his brothers manage this family o…
 
The family that works together stays together and the family that LOVES what they do are even more blessed. Bumbera Performance is a name known around the Houston area for some great restoration work on classic hot rods and muscle cars. Through in a little racing here and there on some asphalt ovals and a few 1/4 mile tracks is how the performance …
 
There have been a lot of stories out about EVs and more are coming regarding EV trucks as an alternative to an ICE (Internal Combustion Engine) work vehicle. Most of the EV trucks are based on full size vehicles, however, that means that there is an underserved segment of truck users. Rod Keller, CEO AYRO joins the IWT crew for a very informative t…
 
Whether it is tool boxes, or cargo boxes, storage boxes or even trailers, seems we are always looking for a better way to lock thing up or down or in. As a result, there was a time when a key ring hanging on a belt loop was considered cool - like someone important that needs a lot of keys. No more! Joining us is Jason Buckles from BOLT locking syst…
 
For several years now, we have talked about the shortage of skilled workers in the automotive industry at the dealership level. Yep, there is a shortage of certified mechanics at the dealerships, with many willing to pay signing bonuses. This is where the local community college, one like Houston Community College can really step to their name. HCC…
 
HPD, that is Houston Performance Driving that not to be confused with HPD the Houston Police Department, is a literally a group of automotive enthusiast that like driving. And driving they do with a lot of different engaging events for members and the general public that simply wants to check it out. Troy Dixon, founder of HPD joins the IWT crew to…
 
Want to do your thing, and geek out on fast cars, fine beer, crawly trucks and bangy guns? Like doing stuff that's not "approved" by the woketards? If you don't stand up for your right to do your thing, "your thing" could go from "out there" to "illegal" under cover of the Trojan corpse in the White House and his band of unmoored zealots. To borrow…
 
Want to do your thing, and geek out on fast cars, fine beer, crawly trucks and bangy guns? Like doing stuff that's not "approved" by the woketards? If you don't stand up for your right to do your thing, "your thing" could go from "out there" to "illegal" under cover of the Trojan corpse in the White House and his band of unmoored zealots. To borrow…
 
Each week, we reach out to various Car Clubs that we find interesting and think our audience will also find of interest. We like to share the details of the club - who they are, what they do, and when they do it. This week, Brandon Emmons from the C10 Soul Texas Truck Club joins with more info about the club. Brandon is also sharing some images of …
 
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