Roadkill episode

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  1. muscl car

    muscl car Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    anyone watch this last night ???

     
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    I tried to watch this show a couple of times, just can’t do it. It’s awful IMO
     
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    I love the premise of roadkill, but sometimes it isn't relevant to my interests, and they do lots of talking. Some of the episodes are gold though. I haven't watched this one yet, but i will. Looks like the "draguar", I've seen it in some episodes before. I thought they sold it, or left it in a parking lot somewhere.
     
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    muscl car Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Summit racing probably doesn't like Roadkill destroying their parking lot at their Reno Nv warehouse
     
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    The show is just a couple guys burning time on the weekend...wrenching on junk as a challenge.
     
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    Yep. I was into it at first but, everything they build is kind of a POS. It would be cooler if they did stuff right (or at least better) before expecting it to work reasonably well.
    They are really cool guys though.
     
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    that's hot rod garage then that you want to watch
     
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    they are just a lil bit too red-neck methodology for me to watch an entire show. Not using red-neck in a derogatory term just typically referred to as half-assed. (using what you got and NOTHING MORE) Great if you NEED to make something work to get from point A-B (so you can actually FIX it) Like using motor oil in the tranny cause its leaking ...slipping and you still have 50 miles to ANYWHERE....but you got a qt of 20-50.....yup...it will work...RIGHT ====HELL NO....work ==YES
     
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    I love the show, they just show that you can't take cars too seriously. They use stuff they have laying around. I get tired of all those other shows that fix up a car by having a insane full blown shop, a credit card with a unlimited balance.
    When I drag home a el camino or some other rolling carcass, I go into my stash of used carbs, engines, headers. Bolt in that mystery Th350 or muncie and hope it works. I dont spend a grand on rebuilding a trans when it probably doesn't need it. jim
     
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    Yes! Tony and Lucky are good, and they build nice stuff.
     
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