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Discussion in 'The BS Topic' started by muscl car, Aug 19, 2020.
anyone watch this last night ???
I tried to watch this show a couple of times, just can’t do it. It’s awful IMO
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.
Summit racing probably doesn't like Roadkill destroying their parking lot at their Reno Nv warehouse
The show is just a couple guys burning time on the weekend...wrenching on junk as a challenge.
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.
that's hot rod garage then that you want to watch
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
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
Yes! Tony and Lucky are good, and they build nice stuff.