Episode 21 – Auto Tech, Dummy Lights and El Caminos
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Episode 21 – Auto Tech, Dummy Lights and El Caminos

Welcome to Throwin’ Wrenches, the automotive podcast that gets the best guests! Okay, so we’re trying that catchphrase on for size. Don’t worry, we’ll probably change it in the next episode. Meanwhile, we’ve got a terrific episode for you this…

Episode 20 – Who Forgot to Plug in the Car?
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Episode 20 – Who Forgot to Plug in the Car?

Welcome to another edition of the Throwin’ Wrenches Podcast, otherwise known as the auto podcast that is not talking about 1994 Nissan Maximas on permanent replay on NPR. God Bless Click and Clack the Tappet Brothers, but maybe it’s time…

Episode 15 – Freebies
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Episode 15 – Freebies

After a week’s worth of rain, a few crummy days, and a pair of frozen pizzas, we’re back at it this week. Eric and Daryl bring you another roundup of automotive news and views from flyover country. Here’s a few…

Episode – Dean Plumadore

Episode – Dean Plumadore

A fast car with a sticky set of tires doesn’t make someone a better driver. Spend a few minutes searching YouTube and you’ll find proof in the form of BMWs that drive off a twisty California mountain road, or Ford…

Episode – Corn Dogs and Quad 4’s
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Episode – Corn Dogs and Quad 4’s

Eric and Daryl class up the place by inviting our friend Regan on the show for some insight into the automotive industry. We also talk about the Springfield origins of fried meat on a stick along Route 66, dream of…

Episode – Freddie, Film, and Five Hundred Million Dollars

Episode – Freddie, Film, and Five Hundred Million Dollars

Since Studio A is getting a set of whitewalls and fuzzy dice, the dynamic duo returns to Studio B  for a show about the usual automotive topics. We’ve got a projects update, customer tales, Daryl whines about his injured back…

Episode – Hot Springs & Fluid Film

Episode – Hot Springs & Fluid Film

The boys are back in town after a few weeks away, just in time for Thanksgiving. So before we take another holiday we gathered a few weeks worth of automotive goodness and packaged it up like the Hickory Farms gift…