Episode 71 – Calling Escort Nation – Tim Oyer Interview
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On this episode of Throwin’ Wrenches…
- We have a guest and it’s not Gabe Casey or Regan!
- Jay Leno has a fire, and Daryl has the details
- Teslas are burning after Hurricaine Ian
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Tim Oyer Interview
We talk to Tim at length about the 2022 SCCA Nationals and how he faired with his Ford Escort ZX2. We talk about the season leading up to the event, along with the logistics it takes to get signed up and ready to race.
All in all, win or lose, SCCA nationals sounds like a great time for newbies to experienced drivers.
We also manage to discuss why he continues to campaign a rather unique autocross car, a late 90’s Ford Escort ZX2.
We’ll learn about the hidden beauty behind this chassis, Tim’s fabrication skills, and how his passion for the sport has grown over the years thanks to these little cars.
We talk about gas vapors and how dangerous old car fuel systems can be. We are so glad that Jay Leno is OK and hope he keeps getting his hands dirty working on his old cars!
200 HP Prius? Yeah, Eric complains about it! But he would drive it.
Teslas have a “Burning down the house” problem after the South Florida Hurricane that destroyed Fort Myers Beach. Salt Water and EV batteries do not mix!?!?! Who woulda thunk that?
Cars of the Weak
Time to buy British!
1967 Ford Corsair 1500 Saloon
£4,000.00 or $4755.40 (SOLD!)
Source: Car Cave (Scotland)
Ford Corsair 1500. RHD Import from South Africa which is fully UK registered. Very very solid car which is a bit scruffy and could do with a tidy up. All tax and duty paid. I have UK V5 in my name
1968 Toyota Crown – $11,995
Cadillac, MI · 333 mi away
1968 Toyota Crown Wagon. This car still runs great and looks great. Fun to drive, all original inside and out. It will need paint, but not too much more. -Vehicle is on consignment and at our client’s home
Some kind of crazy oddball turbocharged, AWD, Mazda 323 GTX thing that exudes ooohs and ahhhhs. Because… Tim.
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