I get a kick out of his recruiting outside slave labor under the guise of
being on a cable TV show.
Then they hype the value by quoting list price for everything (that was
donated under the same schtic)
Then they totally underblow the hours of labor it took to to the job....
And then the cars don't sell at the 'B' tour auctions....
I thought the 'in house' Camaro job was more representative of their
He sells a retro-efi kit in the magazines (hat turns out to be built by
Lot of complaints about it on other forums.
My beef about almost all of these shows?
There's no love for what's being done to that vehicle.
Jst get it done, and get it out.
Even Overhauling is like that.
Lie, steal, and cheat....buit the end result will make you fake your
As far as the choice of what car to do on TV?
How can you do all the work in the timeframe of a shooting schedule if you
have to do hard stuff?
They said they did the whole Torino in 200 hours.
Shoot, it takes Nate that long to choose an oil filter <lol>.....
Jeff (I'll pimp my own ride...) Rice
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