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Loren Healy

Sep 19, 2017 - 00:25:31

Loren Healy is an incredibly accomplished rock crawler and off-road racer who competes in the mind-bending Ultra4 racing series. A frequent sight at events like King of the Hammers, Loren has built a loyal following and recently left his day job to race full-time. He and his wife were in town for Nitto's Auto Enthusiast Day and we somehow managed to convince them to drive to the Petersen from Orange County to sit and talk to James and Kyle. 

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Simon Kidston

Sep 12, 2017 - 00:47:11

Simon Kidston is one of the most interesting people you've probably never met. He is the owner of Kidston, a classic automobile consultancy unlike any other. He comes from a family of racing enthusiasts and pioneers and he has built a career and a life around his love of automobiles. Kyle and James were lucky enough to convince him to take a few hours out of his Los Angeles vacation to visit the Petersen and tell his story, and let's face it, when someone parks their Mercedes 300SL Gullwing in the parking structure after having shipped it from Europe, it's going to be a story worth listening to. Simon has an almost encyclopedic knowledge as as a well-developed set of opinions and tastes where sports cars are concerned and he's not afraid to voice them. This is one of Kyle and James' favorite interviews, please enjoy!

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Gard Hollinger from Arch Motorcycle

Sep 5, 2017 - 00:48:55

Gard Hollinger is the engineering and design genius behind Arch Motorcycle. He's been neck-deep in motorcycles since he was a kid and has gone on to found several businesses including the incredible ChopRod custom shop. Eventually, he hooked up with Keanu Reeves and built a bike out of Mr. Reeves' Harley Dyna and the rest, as they say, is history. Now Arch is a thriving "production custom" motorcycle company that designs, builds, and assembles its bikes here in Southern California. Gard and their new Sales Manager, CarStories alumnus Heath Cofran rode up from the South Bay to sit down with James and Kyle to talk about bikes, design, modern architecture, growing up in the NW, and much more. This one is super fun. Enjoy!

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Shane Tecklenburg aka Tuned By Shane T

Aug 29, 2017 - 00:56:37

Shane Tecklenburg is a master of MoTeC tuning and over the years he has built himself a reputation as being the guy to go to if you have a fuel-injected race car and you need to extract maximum power from your current set up. Shane is a mostly self-taught tuner, getting his start with a Briggs & Stratton engine for which he cobbled together a fuel injection setup out of junk he found in his dad's shop. Now he spends his days tuning land speed racing motorcycles, 2000hp drag Supras, and much more. In this episode, Shane sits down with Kyle to geek out on fuel injection tech and talk about how he became the wizard he is today.

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Taro Koki from GTChannel

Aug 21, 2017 - 00:36:32

Taro Koki is the guy behind GTChannel, one of the most popular network of automotive channels on YouTube as well as the guy who convinced the producers of Japanese motoring video magazine, Best Motoring to let him do dubs and subtitles in English and bring the joy of their Tsukuba Battles to the world. Taro is an interesting guy with a lifelong love of automobiles and a willingness to jump headfirst into new technology before anyone else. James and Kyle were thrilled to sit down with Taro to talk about the genesis of GTChannel and much more.

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Ari Henning and Zack Courts from Motorcyclist Magazine

Aug 15, 2017 - 00:49:39

Ari and Zack are lifelong friends who somehow, through the machinations of fate and the weirdness of the world, managed to end up as co-editors of the redesigned and rethought Motorcyclist Magazine. We were super excited to have them in the CarStories studio before they left for a trip up the coast on two tiny adventure motorcycles. In their conversation with James and Kyle, they talked about growing up with bikes and racing. They also went into what it's like to helm a modern, industry-leading publication and how they balance that with the increasing demand for video content. They also scheme ways to get James on a motorcycle in a way that wouldn't get him divorced. Gear up, this is a fun episode!

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Auto Club of Southern California

Aug 8, 2017 - 00:42:20

The Auto Club of Southern California is one of the oldest automotive groups in the world, with its inception dating back to the turn of the 20th century. The Auto Club has been instrumental in shaping the highways, byways and surface streets of Southern California through legislative efforts and even signing of roads! Morgan Yates and John McQueen stopped by the podcast to talk about the history of the Auto Club and its long-standing involvement with the Petersen. We hope to have these guys on again to help us dive a little deeper into the strange and wonderful automotive history of Los Angeles!

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Dan Greenawalt, Creative Director for Forza Motorsport

Aug 1, 2017 - 00:46:40

Forza Motorsport has been one of the world's best-loved and most popular racing simulator games since its introduction in 2005. Now, with the release of the 7th game in the franchise looming, Kyle and James managed to corner Dan Greenawalt, creative director of Turn 10 Studios while he was in town for E3 to talk about what makes Forza different and so special amongst racing games. They do a nerdy deep dive on some of the nuts and bolts of the games including tire physics, modeling, and more. This episode is a serious nerd's paradise and if you're even a little into racing sims, this is well worth a listen.

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Bisi Ezerioha of Bisimoto

Jul 25, 2017 - 00:34:10

Bisi Ezerioha is best known as being a turbo obsessed horsepower freak who gets his kicks turning out 1000hp minivans and 850hp water-cooled turbocharged classic Porsches. A lot of people might not know that he is also a trained scientist and engineer and that he has more degrees than Phoenix in summer. Bisi got his start modifying cars soon after he got to the US to attend college. His first US car happened to be a Civic CRX and thus his love affair with Hondas was born. This led him down the slippery slope of modifying import cars through the SoCal import boom of the early-to-mid 2000's.Bisi is an incredibly friendly and intelligent guy and we were thrilled to sit down with him and pick his brain to find out what makes him so unique in the automotive landscape. Strap in, this one is good.

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Evan Klein

Feb 10, 2015 - 00:35:10

Automotive Photographer Evan Klein has shot just about every car made for every car magazine.  His photos have landed on the cover of Motor Trend, CAR and DRIVER, Road and Track and a whole lot more.  Evan shares his story with A.J. on the CarStories.com podcast where he talks about shooting a $35,000,000 Ferrari and how he still takes the time to teach others how to photograph their cars.

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Larry Chen

Jul 11, 2017 - 00:46:31

Larry Chen is a man that seems to be everywhere at once. Luckily for us, he tapped the power of his omnipresence to appear at the Petersen in order to sit down and talk to Kyle. Larry is best known as being one of the busiest automotive photographers working today. He is an editor at Speedhunters, a contributor to Hot Rod Magazine, the premier photog for the Formula Drift series and the designated heavy hitter behind the camera for events such as the Gumball 3000 and Pikes Peak International Hill Climb.Larry is also a man with an insane work ethic and during his conversation with Kyle, he outlines his rise from being a nerdy California kid with a camera tothe giant he his today.Larry and Kyle also get into Larry's fleet of project cars including his super internet-famous Datsun 240z, "Ole Orange Bang," and his daily driver manual-equipped FJ Cruiser. They also touch the nature of print magazines in the US vs Japan and the weird microcosm that is Japanese car culture.This is a rare look at the mind of someone who has made it his life to seek out car culture wherever it lives, whether that's Barbados or Gatebil or Laguna Seca. He's one of our favorite photographers working today and it was an honor to sit down and pick his brain for 45 minutes. This is a fun one!

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Rick Mitchell of the Pyrate Ryderz MC

Jul 4, 2017 - 00:38:30

Today is Independence Day and what could better symbolize freedom than a motorcycle? That's definitely what Kyle and James thought so this week we're pleased to present our interview with Rick Mitchell. Rick is a fascinating guy, a lifelong Californian and Chapter President of the Pyrate Ryderz Motorcycle Club here in Los Angeles. He sat down with the boys and talked about his love of bikes and how his club got their start. He also goes into great detail about an incredible bike-themed trip to Cuba. This is a great episode, and Rick is one of our favorite kind of guys: totally unique and passionate about his interests. Enjoy!

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Formula Drift with Jim Liaw and Ryan Sage

Jun 27, 2017 - 00:35:47

This week, Kyle and James sit down with Jim Liaw and Ryan Sage, the two men behind the incredible motorsport series known as Formula Drift. They get into what makes Formula D so appealing to a younger generation of car enthusiasts and why it's one of the last financially accessible high-level forms of racing plus a whole lot more. Jim and Ryan are great guys with a lot of unique insights into the sport that they helped popularize in America. This is a good one, strap in!

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Toyota Special with Karen Ideno and Susan Sanborn

Jun 20, 2017 - 00:45:32

James and Kyle were invited to come down to Toyota HQ in Torrance, CA to judge the Toyota Dream Cars art contest along with several Toyota North America executives, Cheech Marin, Dave Kunz and more. They figured that since they were there, they'd sit down with a few Toyota folks and get a bit of a peek behind the curtain.Karen Ideno works in corporate social responsiblity, helping to administer programs like the Dream Cars contest. Susan Sanborn runs the incredible Toyota Museum and has a fantastic story of working her way up through the company to her current position. Both of these ladies were wonderful to talk to and Kyle and James hope they get invited back next year!

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Cheech Marin

Jun 13, 2017 - 00:19:48

We were lucky enough to be invited to judge the Toyota Dream Car kid's art contest with Cheech Marin a few months ago and Mr. Marin was nice enough to sit down with us to record a short (yet sweet) podcast where he talks about his involvement with the Cars franchise, his love of Chicano art, lowriders, and more. This is a fun one and making it was an amazing experience for both Kyle and James.Keep an eye out for the rest of the CarStories Toyota special coming up soon!

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Greg Hancock

Jun 6, 2017 - 00:38:24

Greg Hancock is one of America's greatest racers on two wheels. He is a four-time World Speedway champion, with his most recent championship coming in his mid-forties, almost unheard of in what is normally thought of as a young man's sport. Greg is also a fantastic human being with a ton of passion for racing and his family. James sat down with him at the museum to see what makes him tick.

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Melanie Hellwig White and Mike Hallmark from Hellwig Products

May 30, 2017 - 00:41:11

We had Melanie Hellwig White on the podcast as part of our 2016 SEMA special and we had so much fun that we invited her back! Melanie is one of the titular Hellwig's of Hellwig Products fame and Hellwig has been making super high-quality suspension products for over 70 years in their factory in California. During her last conversation with Kyle and James, Melanie promised to deliver an epic off-roading shovel to Kyle to fuel his nascent dreams of overlanding and she definitely came through strong. This is a fun one, enjoy!

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Nadia Fugazza from Petrolicious

May 23, 2017 - 00:31:19

Nadia Fugazza is the editor and producer for Petrolicous. She is an extremely talented lady and she's behind many of your favorite Petrolicious films including the wonderful Derek Bell film that was shot in Sicily with the new 718 Boxster. Nadia grew up in Italy with an Alfa-obsessed father and eventually came to the US to study film at USC here in Los Angeles. She's a wonderful conversationalist and Kyle had a blast chatting with her.

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Ralph Hudson

May 16, 2017 - 00:55:00

Ralph Hudson is a racer and a builder. He is a member of the 200mph Club at Bonneville and wears his red hat proudly. He's the fastest man on two wheels at El Mirage dry lake. He is also an accomplished road racer and generally an incredible guy to sit and listen to. He's got more racing stories than we have time for in one episode so we hope he'll come back sometime soon. Ralph is also something of a mentor to Stacie B. London, so she came in to help Ralph tell his story. This is a great episode, we hope you like it!

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Max Hazan

May 9, 2017 - 00:31:01

Max Hazan is a LA-based builder of exquisite one-off motorcycles that continue to set the custom motorcycle community ablaze. His recent builds have included a turbocharged Ducati and a gorgeous Art Deco-inspired BSA 500. Max is a unique guy in that he avoids looking at other people's bikes and custom builds all of his fixtures and tooling for each project. Kyle and James were thrilled when he accepted their invitation to come check out the museum and talk about his work.

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Alex Ross and Magnus Walker

May 2, 2017 - 01:05:42

Alex Ross is the founder of Sharkwerks, a company that is arguably the best tuner of GT-series Porsches in America right now. He is dedicated to taking Porsche's good work and cranking it past 11 without regard for cost or common sense. In that vein, Alex brought the exquisite Sharkwerks Cayman GT4 by the museum for Kyle and James to drool over.Magnus Walker is best known as the Urban Outlaw, a bearded and be-dreadlocked builder of air-cooled hot rod 911s. He has become an ambassador for the brand over the past few years and he's a regular feature at all the best Porsche events all over the world. He brought down his newest ride, a super customized Porsche 964 with all kinds of Magnus' personal styling touches.Together they sat down with Kyle and James to talk about the North/South divide in England, the air and water cooled divide in the Porsche community, and why Sharkwerks doesn't really have a business model. This was a super fun conversation, and we know you guys will love it.

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Julia LaPalme of Motorcyclist Magazine

Apr 25, 2017 - 00:46:01

Julia LaPalme got her start in the automotive industry as a photographer for Road & Track magazine where she stayed for almost 10 years. She shot cars all over the world and took part in some fairly insane adventures including driving a Suzuki Kizashi the long way from Japan to LA. She is currently the photo editor for the newly redesigned Motorcyclist magazine where she also does bike reviews. She's a super talented lady and a fantastic person to chat with, we had a ton of fun with her. Enjoy!

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Jenny Smith from Rider Magazine

Apr 18, 2017 - 00:36:44

Jenny Smith is the real deal. Not only did she ride a ridiculously powerful motorcycle in the rain from her home to the Petersen to record this episode, she rode it in the rain to her office Ventura County after we were done. She pretty much taught herself how to ride bikes and has since forged her way through the industry to get to where she is now, Managing Editor at Rider Magazine. She's a fantastic storyteller and we were thrilled to have her on the podcast.

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Jacob Agajanian and James Kirkham of Donut Media

Apr 11, 2017 - 00:50:22

Donut Media is one of the hottest new content companies in the automotive space right now. They've built a reputation for creating outrageous and dynamic content for a variety of brands including Nissan, Gumout, Red Bull driver Daniel Ricciardo and more. Two of the principals behind Donut are Jacob Agajanian and James Kirkham, long time friends with tons of industry experience who wanted to do things differently. James and Jacob stopped by the podcast to talk about the history behind Donut Media as well as some of their favorite pieces of content that they've created and lots more.

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David Steele

Apr 4, 2017 - 00:50:29

David Steele is the director of the American Hot Rod Foundation, an organization dedicated to preserving the history of early hot rodding through interviewing the hot rodders themselves as well as restoring and archiving all of their ephemera. David is also a professional musician who has toured with artists such as Steve Earle, Lucinda Williams and Gillian Welch. It was during his time touring with acts like these that he began his quest to document the stories of unsung local hot rodders all over America and it was this quest that would eventually lead him to the AHRF. David sat down with Kyle recently to talk about the organization as well as some of the unifying threads that bring together car enthusiasts of all kinds.

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Stacie B. London

Mar 28, 2017 - 00:33:53

Stacie B London is best known as one of the founders of the amazing East Side Moto Babes motorcycle club in LA. She's an avid road racer on her incredible "Triple Nickel 555" Honda race bike and she's getting into land speed racing. All this and she's only been riding for 8 years. She sat down with Kyle to talk about being a woman who not only rides motorcycles in LA but someone who is making huge strides towards increasing female ridership in general. She's an incredible lady and we're psyched she stopped by the podcast to talk

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Rick Love of Vintage Air

Mar 21, 2017 - 00:33:04

Rick Love is the executive vice president of Vintage Air whom you may recognize as being the premier supplier of air conditioning systems for hot rods, street rods, classics and customs. Rick is a huge hot rod fan and a generally affable guy so it was Kyle and James' good fortune to run into him while he was in town for the Grand National Roadster Show. This was a fun interview and we think you guys will enjoy it.

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Aaron Severson of AteUpWithMotor.com

Mar 14, 2017 - 00:50:03

Aaron Severson is the mind behind one of the most interesting and in-depth collections of automotive history available online, the exceptional AteUpWithMotor.com. His ability to research and describe the often esoteric and arcane technical knowledge as well as the convoluted histories behind the world's great cars is second to none. Kyle and James have been fans of his work for a long time and they were thrilled that he agreed to do the show.

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Bryan Thompson

Mar 7, 2017 - 00:32:57

Bryan Thompson is a talented designer and long time veteran of the automotive industry. He got his start with Nissan working on vehicles like the NV-series of vans. He has also worked with non-automotive clients such as Airstream and Katy Perry. He's got his hands in just about every kind of design imaginable and as such has more than a few interesting stories to tell. He was a pleasure to talk to, and we hope you enjoy his conversation with Kyle and James.

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John Roderick

Feb 28, 2017 - 01:13:03

John Roderick is a podcaster, a musician, a world traveler, raconteur, futurist, ethnobotanist, autodidact, almost civil servant, motorcyclist, ice racer and comic book character. Also, more of those are true than you'd believe. Anyway, John is an incredible guy and a big car lover but hasn't really had the opportunity to talk about this passion in his other podcasts before, so we're thrilled that he sat down in the basement at the Petersen to get really weird and granular with Kyle.

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Dana Williamson, Collections Manager for the Petersen Museum

Feb 21, 2017 - 00:29:01

Dana Williamson is one of those guys that kind of does - or has done - everything. He designed boat hulls at MIT, restored British cars and then Corvettes for a living, daily drives a vintage Land Rover. He's a bit of a renaissance man and he's one of the most interesting people at the Petersen. Kyle finally cornered him and bribed him with African currency featuring an engraving of a Land Rover and he agreed to sit down and tell us his story. Enjoy!

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Richard Varner

Feb 14, 2017 - 00:58:08

Richard Varner is fanatic about motorcycles. He's the proud benefactor of the motorcycle gallery on the second floor of the Petersen as well as a member of the Petersen's board. He's one of the principles behind MotoAmerica, an organization which has brought about the rebirth of American motorcycle road racing. He's a die-hard gearhead and likes to say that he'd buy a ticket to two moving parts. James and Kyle traveled to his offices in Orange County, CA which were positively littered with amazing motorcycles. Richard was a blast to talk to, and we hope you enjoy the conversation!

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Sam Yang

Feb 7, 2017 - 00:26:38

Sam Yang is a lucky guy. He's the proud owner of BTWNWVS, one of the hottest Rauh-Welt Begriff cars yet, based on a Porsche 964 C4 cabriolet and enhanced with a seriously built motor. He's also the guy behind Vast. Vast makes some seriously awesome surf-inspired lifestyle clothing and is based on Sam's love of the water. He is a seriously interesting guy and Kyle and James really enjoyed sitting down with him at the museum to talk.

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John Pangilinan

Jan 31, 2017 - 00:30:36

John Pangilinan is a busy guy. He's built a career out of doing PR for Formula Drift and before that he was involved deeply in the import car scene here in Southern California. He's a photographer as well as a builder of amazing project cars and now he's a father. Kyle and James were super excited to sit down with John and talk about his path through the automotive industry as well as what he has coming up next. Enjoy!

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Carby Tuckwell of Deus Ex Machina

Jan 24, 2017 - 00:28:26

Carby Tuckwell is the creative mind behind the visual aesthetic of Deus Ex Machina. Deus is a bit of an anomaly when it comes to brands as they seem to have their hands in everything including motorcycles, surfing, cycling, snowboarding, clothing, and coffee. They have been broadcasting their message of cool from their headquarters in Camperdown, Sydney, Australia and have set up satellite locations in Venice, CA as well as Milan, Bali, Japan and coming soon Bangkok. Kyle and James talked about the origins of Deus, Carby's interest in Porsche and Mercedes and more. Enjoy!

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Mazda Special Episode ft Jacques Flynn and Jay Chen

Jan 19, 2017 - 01:23:57

Mazda has always done things a little differently than its competition, whether that be rotary engines, bold design, or a focus on driving pleasure that extends even to their most humble vehicles. Kyle and James decided to leverage their podcasting power to infiltrate the US headquarters of Mazda and learn what makes it tick by speaking to one of their leading designers, Jacques Flynn and one of their powertrain engineers, Jay Chen. This is a great peek behind the curtain of a major auto manufacturer and we hope you enjoy it!

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Heath Cofran from Alpinestars

Jan 17, 2017 - 00:44:18

Heath Cofran is a pretty interesting dude. He is a racer, a cameraman, a marketing guy, and most of all a motorcycle enthusiast. Kyle sat down with Heath recently and discussed his somewhat unique path through the motorcycle industry as well as his transition from backroad burner to racing enthusiast by way of the Foo Fighters. They also talked quite a bit about Heath's day job at Alpinestars and the current state of motorcycle safety gear including Alpinestars' new TechAir personal airbag systems.

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Camilo Pardo

Jan 10, 2017 - 00:50:32

Camilo Pardo is famous for having been the lead designer of the 2005-2006 Ford GT supercar but as it turns out, he's one of the most dynamic and fun and eccentric car designers we've talked to and we had an incredible time conversing with him. He is a bit of a renaissance man, with interest and skill in not only car design but also painting, furniture design, fashion design and more. He's an awesome guy and we're thrilled we got hang out with him.

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Henrik Fisker

Jan 3, 2017 - 00:49:50

Henrik Fisker is one of the most famous and best regarded automotive designers in history. His work with vehicles such as the BMW Z8, the Aston Martin DB9 and V8 Vantage and the Fisker Karma is both well documented and widely admired as being some of the most beautiful modern automobiles. Henrik is a fantastic guy with an incredible eye for design and we were honored to have him stop by the Petersen Museum to talk cars. You're going to love this one!

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Chris Cantle

Dec 27, 2016 - 01:02:45

Chris Cantle is one of those rare journalists who not only does everything but is good at everything. His career, first with Cycle World then Road & Track and now The Drive, has been filled with incredible adventures and we, as readers, have been lucky enough to vicariously take part with him. He took us along when he raced a 300+ horsepower jet-ski from Long Beach to Catalina and when he attempted to scientifically determine whether wearing one's facial hair in the style of Graham Hill would make one faster around a race track. This was Chris' first visit to CarStories but we had a blast and we can't wait to have him back!

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Abhi Eswarappa from Bike-Urious.com

Dec 20, 2016 - 00:50:11

We met Abhi at one of our Breakfast Club Cruise-In events after having seen him several times on Jay Leno's Garage. Abhi is a genuine, dyed-in-the-wool motorcycle enthusiast and his website, Bike-Urious is like catnip for anyone with an interest in two-wheeled transportation. We had an amazing conversation with him and we can't wait to have him back!

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Mike Baum

Dec 13, 2016 - 00:31:55

Michael Baum is a collector of Italian, French and German cars as well as a Checkered Flag 200 member. We met Mike when his gorgeous little Lancia Appia won Best In Show at our November Breakfast Club Cruise-In event. He turned out to be a fascinating guy and great to chat with. We know you'll like this episode.

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Ornamental Conifer

Dec 6, 2016 - 00:35:38

Nicolai Sclater aka Ornamental Conifer has built a career as an artist and sign painter, working with brands like Edwin, Lucky Brand Jeans, Deus Ex Machina and Alpinestars. His incredible work seeks to poke fun at many of the masculine stereotypes associated with motorcycling and with car culture through the use of bright colors and tongue in cheek humor. James and Kyle are huge fans and they were thrilled to have him on for his first ever podcast appearance to talk about art, slammed Citroen 2CVs, and making a living as an artist in LA. Enjoy!

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2016 LA Auto Show Special

Dec 1, 2016 - 00:50:52

James and Kyle decided to get up early a few weeks ago and attend the 2016 LA Auto Show press days. They were able to snag a few great interviews in between stops at the many coffee stands in various manufacturers booths. In this episode you'll hear interviews with:Brad Cracciola, Assistant Director of BMW DesignWorksTodd Hill, Subaru NAIan Callum, Jaguar/Land RoverRoss Miller and Shaun Westbrook, AcuraEnjoy!

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Jack Riddell

Nov 29, 2016 - 00:32:57

Jack Riddell is the proud owner of the world's highest mileage Lamborghini. His 1967 400GT 2+2 has traveled nearly 275,000 miles in its 49 years on the planet and Jack has been its caretaker since the early 1970s. Jack has literally written the book on rebuilding the famous Bizzarrini V12 and traveled to Monterey's car week an incredible 35 times. He's an incredible guy and he didn't hesitate one bit to hop in the Lambo and drive to Los Angeles from his home in San Diego. This is a good one!

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Bruce Meyer

Nov 22, 2016 - 00:58:30

Bruce Meyer has had more to do with the success of the Petersen than almost anyone else. He served as the first Chairman of the museum's board of directors and founded the famous Checkered Flag 200 club. He's also widely regarded as one of the world's foremost car enthusiasts while also having one of the most historically significant collections anywhere in the world. We were thrilled to finally have him on the podcast to talk about the history of the Petersen and his passion for cars.

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2016 SEMA Special Part 2: Son of SEMA Special

Nov 17, 2016 - 01:53:37

Here it is, the second and final piece of our SEMA special. This one is a little shorter than last week but it's no less radical. This time James and Kyle sit down with:Dave Schardt of Forgeline WheelsSteve Strope of Pure Vision DesignCorky Coker of Coker TireJessi CombsSEMA is always a marathon but this year was fantastic, we had a bunch of fun and we hope you enjoy listening to these interviews as much as we enjoyed making them.

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Marc Norris of Bavarian Workshop

Nov 15, 2016 - 00:36:19

We at the Petersen are huge fans of BMW. They have been building exciting cars that make us what to get out and drive for a hundred years now. It's pretty rare to meet someone who's even more excited about Bimmers than we are but that was definitely the case with Marc Norris from Bavarian Workshop. Marc is arguably one of the best BMW mechanics in America and has some awards to back that up. He runs the Bavarian Workshop making people's cars run right but he also builds some pretty epic custom projects. We had him on the podcast to find out what fuels his obsession with the roundel!

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2016 SEMA Special Part 1

Nov 10, 2016 - 02:46:29

We sent our podcast hosts, James and Kyle, to Las Vegas for SEMA and they managed to line up some interviews with some truly awesome automotive personalities. Rather than trickle these interviews out, we're going to give them to you in two big chunks. This first chunk features interviews with:Lance Stander of SuperformanceMelanie Hellwig White of Hellwig ProductsJack Chisenhall of Vintage AirJason Engel of Classic RecreationsDave Kindig of Velocity's Bitchin' Rides and Kindig-It DesignMike and Jim Ring, aka RingbrothersJames and Kyle recorded all of these interviews from the Ringbrothers' 1000hp Happy Camper Winnebago Brave in the Prestone booth. We hope you enjoy.

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Jamie Robinson

Nov 8, 2016 - 00:45:55

Jamie Robinson has been many things in his career but the one constant has always been motorcycles. He started out riding bikes on his family's farm in England and graduated into professional road racing in Europe as well as a trip to the Isle of Man TT. Eventually, he moved to America and embarked on a career in motorcycle journalism through MotoGeo, though leaving it at that is an understatement. Jamie is a hardcore moto-evangelist and we were thrilled to have him on the podcast!

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Ken Lingenfelter

Dec 15, 2015 - 00:24:58

Ken Lingenfelter chats with A.J. on the CarStories.com podcast, about how he’s managed to channel his automotive passion into a strong brand, business exquisite car collection.

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Peter Mullin

Oct 25, 2016 - 00:36:25

Peter Mullin is the current chairman of the Petersen's board of directors as well as the founder of the Mullin Automotive Museum in Oxnard, California. He has an incredible passion for and a nearly encyclopedic knowledge of pre-war French automobiles. He is the man behind the Art of Bugatti exhibition which was called the best ever celebration of the Bugatti family history and achievements. We were thrilled to have Mr. Mullin as a guest during the media preview of Art of Bugatti, we hope you enjoy the interview.

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John Bothwell

Oct 18, 2016 - 00:38:44

John Bothwell is a cool guy with a really interesting job. John is the commercial director for Pur Sang US. If Pur Sang sounds familiar, you're either a fan of pre-war grand prix cars or you've seen one of Jay Leno's videos on the brand. If it doesn't sound familiar then Pur Sang is a company in Argentina that hand builds exact replicas of French, Italian and German grand prix cars. John came by the podcast to talk about Pur Sang and also his family's incredible history with cars. John is a great guy and we were super glad to have him on CarStories!

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Joe Scarbo

Oct 13, 2016 - 00:46:52

Joe Scarbo is a hugely talented engineer with a passion for racing of all kinds and, as it turns out, that includes radio controlled racing. He also managed to build easily one of the coolest cars of the last ten years with his Scarbo Performance SVF1, a tribute to the 1967 Ferrari 312 F1 racer. While the looks are almost spot on, there are a few mechanical details that make us want Joe's car even more than we'd want the original!

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Alex Earle

Oct 11, 2016 - 00:51:16

Alex Earle is an automotive and motorcycle designer who is perhaps best known for his work with Earle Motors making custom flat-track inspired Ducati Monsters. He's also been involved with Porsche, Volkswagen and most recently Ducati. He's a really interesting fellow and we were psyched to have him on the podcast.

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Richard Pollock of Mule Motorcycles

Oct 6, 2016 - 00:47:55

We recently had Richard Pollock from Mule Motorcycles stop by the museum to have a chat with James and Kyle. Richard has built a reputation for building beautifully crafted flat track inspired motorcycles in his garage near San Diego, and he is still at it turning out awesome motorcycles.

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A Very Special CarStories with James McKeone and Kyle Hyatt

Oct 4, 2016 - 00:20:33

This episode of CarStories is a little different than usual. We thought we'd take the chance to let our two new hosts introduce themselves to you more fully and in their own words. You can expect a regular episode on Thursday!Enjoy!

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Alan Peltier/Doug Herbert

Sep 29, 2016 - 00:58:26

This episode is a double-header of interviews conducted by the always erudite James McKeone. James sat down first with the president of HRE Performance Wheels to talk about spinners and his Honda Fit and lots of other awesome wheel-related subjects. James also had the chance to speak to legendary drag racer Doug Herbert who now spends his time running his charity B.R.A.K.E.S. which has racers teach kids car control and shows them the dangers of distracted driving.

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Tony Angelo

Sep 27, 2016 - 00:40:07

Tony Angelo is the current host of Motor Trend's Hot Rod Garage and a former Formula D competitor and judge. He came by the museum to tell us about his journey through the world of racing and being the host of one of the coolest shows on the internet.

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Jim Busby

Sep 22, 2016 - 00:57:44

We’ve been away for a minute and we hope you missed us as much as we missed you, but the good news is that Car Stories is back! We have a new format, some new hosts but we promise to continue to bring you the kinds of incredible stories and interviews that got you hooked on us in the first place. This week we relaunch our podcast with an interview with Jim Busby. Jim is a legendarily talented driver and team owner as well as a very, very nice guy. He sat down with our host Kyle to rehash stories from Le Mans and Daytona and many more. Kick back, crank up your headphones and enjoy!

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Nate Jones

Jul 12, 2016 - 00:50:55

Nate Jones is the founder of the Long Beach Grand Prix

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Betim Berisha

Jul 5, 2016 - 00:40:01

BBi Autosport's Betim Berisha joins A.J. on the CarStories Podcast to talk about how Bill Gates got him into Porsches, dropping out of high school and pursuing his dreams.

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Radu Muntean

Jun 28, 2016 - 00:38:49

Automotive designer Radu Muntean joins A.J. on the CarStories Podcast to talk about growing up a car fan in communist Romania, studying automotive design and buying his dream cars.

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Dan Greenawalt

Jun 21, 2016 - 00:31:52

Turn 10 Creative Director Dan Greenawalt joins the CarStories Podcast to talk about the new innovations in Forza Horizon 3, the Forza franchise and the future of e-sports.EndFragment

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Grant Delgatty and Sven Etzelsberger

Jun 14, 2016 - 00:30:56

Cars were supposed to simplify our lives. They were intended to make Earth smaller, and travel more brief and efficient. And they did, for a time. Now, most cities have some level of gridlock, its corresponding pollution and frustration, and driving has devolved into commuting. Yet many people are still reticent to embrace public transit in all but a few North American cities.EndFragment

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Ernie Salazar

Jun 7, 2016 - 00:19:36

It’s always a question of perspective. Ernie Salazar was always a car guy, and always favored muscle. As young teenager, he lusted after a ’72 Ford Mustang Mach 1 that a mechanic down the street owned. When he turned 16, he struck a deal with the mechanic who owned it. He worked, running parts and changing oil at the mechanic’s shop, in exchange for the Mach 1.

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BEST OF: Magnus Walker

May 31, 2016 - 01:05:05

We travel to the Arts District of Downtown Los Angeles to sit down one-on-one with Porsche enthusiast Magnus Walker.  After touring his entire shop, we speak we Magnus about his love for cars, becoming a brand ambassador for Porsche, current projects and the impact his vehicles are having in the car culture.

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Jesse Alexander

May 24, 2016 - 00:25:56

In two brief years, automotive photographer Jesse Alexander went from shooting La Carrera Panamericana to Monaco’s glamorous Formula One race. And in that time, his stature in the racing world grew immensely too.

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Rod Emory

May 17, 2016 - 00:32:00

He was born into a family that comes as close to Los Angeles automotive royalty as possible. And while that’s fortunate, Rod has made his own mark by building subtle, gorgeous Outlaw Porsche 356s.

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Peter Yorke

May 10, 2016 - 00:26:40

Peter Yorke is the CEO and co-founder of Voyomotive, which has developed a plug and play device to give any vehicle 1996 and newer a complete suite of connected car apps and functionality, while also providing streaming data for business applications.EndFragment

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Jonathan Ward

May 3, 2016 - 00:34:50

Jonathan Ward joins the CarStories Podcast to explain how just two days before ICON’s “Petersen Special” was to be delivered, Ward rolled it.EndFragmentEndFragment

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Ken Ligenfelter

Apr 26, 2016 - 00:26:48

Last week, Carstories friend and third-time guest Ken Lingenfelter stopped by. You probably remember that he’s not only a collector, but also relishes driving his cars.

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Matt Crooke

Apr 18, 2016 - 00:29:55

Co-founder of fifteen52 wheels, Matt Crooke, joins A.J. on the weekly CarStories Podcast to talk about growing up in a car family, quitting school to work in a German tuning shop and fifteen52's evolution of the last two-decades.

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Touge California

Apr 12, 2016 - 00:38:52

Japanese Nostalgic Car’s Touge was born when JNC’s co-founder and editor-in-chief Ben Hsu was drinking some beers with rally-master Patrick Strong. They wondered why, with all the classic car rallys, there wasn’t one dedicated to classic Japanese steel.EndFragment

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Howie Idelson

Apr 5, 2016 - 00:29:53

Howie Idelson joins A.J. on the CarStories Podcast to chat about how he created Luftgekühlt, the ultime air-cooled Porsche celebration, with friend and preofessional racing driver Patrick Long.

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Sean Morris

Mar 29, 2016 - 00:40:05

Sean Morris of International Vehicle Importers joins A.J. on the weekly CarStories Podcast to clear up any and all questions you might have regarding the 25 year import rule on all JDM and foreign automobiles.

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Rutledge Wood

Mar 22, 2016 - 00:35:07

Rutledge Wood joins A.J. on The CarStories Podcast to talk about how become a host of Top Gear, his love for "underdog" cars and not being very good a sports when he was a kid.

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Dan Neil

Mar 15, 2016 - 01:06:09

While he foggily recalls the red and white Corvair his dad owned, Dan Neil has no trouble remembering stealing his mother’s car at age eight, for the first time, and driving it until the fuel tank was dry.

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JR Hildebrand

Mar 8, 2016 - 00:43:50

As opposed to the thousands of kids who fantasize about being racecar drivers, John Randal “J.R.” Hildebrand had no illusions about becoming a professional racer.

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Randy Nonnenberg

Mar 1, 2016 - 00:41:02

Randy Nonnenberg founded Bring A Trailer in January 2007 as a sort of “what if?” with his college friend, Gentry Underwood, who used to ask him for help finding cars.  Randy joins A.J. on the CarStories weekly podcast to talk about his viral aoutmotive site.

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Jeff Zwart

Feb 23, 2016 - 00:31:41

Jeff Zwart is a director, filmmaker, photographer, Porsche enthusiast, and racer. If you’re an auto enthusiast and haven’t heard of him, well, you’ve probably seen a few commercials he’s worked on.

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Savant Young

Feb 16, 2016 - 00:37:38

Savant Young joins A.J. on the weekly CarStories Podcast to talk about car culture growing up in South L.A., how cars kept him out of trouble and his now famous home-grown RX-7-engined Mazda, which took years to get looking and running just right.EndFragment

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Alexander Bermudez

Feb 9, 2016 - 00:27:17

Alexander Bermudez, who’s 964-based “hot rod,” The Growler has become an automotive viral sensation.  Alexander joins A.J. on the CarStories Podcast to talk about the difference between building a track Porsche and driving his “unapologetically raw” canyon carver.EndFragment

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Frank Honsowetz

Feb 2, 2016 - 00:37:41

Frank Honsowetz, GM at Ed Pink Racing Engines, joins A.J. on the CarStories Podcast to talk about his 30-year career with Nissan, racing with Paul Newman and what goes into building an Ed Pink race engine.

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Mr. Cobra

Jan 26, 2016 - 00:27:12

Lynn Park, or “Mr. Cobra” as his friends know him joins A.J. on the CarStories Podcast to talk about why he fell in love with the Shelby Cobra, restoring his first car and putting together one of the best Cobra collections in the world.EndFragment

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Leslie Kendall

Jan 19, 2016 - 00:30:20

The Petersen Automotive Museum’s Chief Curator Leslie Kendall joins A.J. on the CarStories Podcast to talk about where he gets his passion for cars, learning their history and spending the last two decades at the Petersen.EndFragment

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Havana Motor Club

Jan 12, 2016 - 00:23:08

Havana Motor Clubdirector BJ Perlmutt was on location in Cuba working on another film but discovered that some local racers were celebrating the Castro regime’s kidnapping of Juan Manuel Fangio.

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Faraday Future / Richard Kim

Jan 5, 2016 - 00:30:08

When most car design grads start out they dream about going to work at a famed Italian design house, or favorite brand. For Richard Kim, who heads automotive start-up Faraday Future’s design, it wasn’t just about the brand or the heritage.

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Carl Reese & Deena Mastracci

Dec 29, 2015 - 00:29:57

The motivation behind peoples’ actions usually stem from their childhood and upbringing. For Carl Reese, who along with Deena Mastracci, set six transcontinental records in six months.

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Dennis McCarthy

Dec 22, 2015 - 00:20:25

How do you top building the hero cars forThe Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift? Follow up by building the hero cars for all the subsequentFFfranchise movies. That’s just what Dennis McCarthy did and continues to do at his Sun Valley, CA shop Vehicle Effects.EndFragment

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Ken Lingenfelter

Dec 15, 2015 - 00:24:58

Ken Lingenfelter chats with A.J. on the CarStories.com podcast, about how he’s managed to channel his automotive passion into a strong brand, business exquisite car collection.

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How to Design Cars

Dec 8, 2015 - 00:50:34

CarStories.com’s A.J. Gordon caught up with designers Ian Cartabiano and Bryan Benedict at the Toyota USA Automobile Museum to discuss the return of the Dream Car Art Contest.

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Gordon McCall

Dec 1, 2015 - 00:20:50

Gordon McCall is the founder of Monterey Car Week’s two biggest events.  He joins A.J. on the CarStories.com podcast to talk about growing up in Monterey, starting his own company at 18 and creating events such at The Quail, A Motorsports Gathering & Gordon McCall's Motorworks Revival.

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LA Auto Show 2015

Nov 24, 2015 - 00:32:31

A.J. takes the CarStories.com Podcast to the Los Angeles Auto Show, where he talks with today’s manufacturers, journalists and automotive enthusiasts about what’s in store for 2015.EndFragment

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The Ringbrothers

Nov 17, 2015 - 00:28:30

The Ringbrothers join A.J. inside the 3M booth at SEMA to talk about how they evolved their business partnership from a collision shop, to what it’s become today.

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SEMA 2015

Nov 10, 2015 - 00:45:04

The CarStories Podcast travels to Las Vegas for the annual SEMA Show.  A.J. catches up with the builders, designers, engineers and manufactures that all are showing their latest and greatest new products.EndFragment

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Chris Jacobs

Nov 3, 2015 - 00:29:54

Overhaulin’ host Chris Jacobs joins A.J. on the CarStories Podcast to talk about the show’s final episodes, how he got his start in television and where he formed his love for Mopar.EndFragment

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Terry Karges

Oct 27, 2015 - 00:30:33

Terry Karges is always seeking to entertain and help others, while Challengin himself.  The Executive Director of the Petersen Automotive Museum join A.J. on the CarStories.com Podcast to talk about his love of motosports, changing his career path and extent of the museum's $125 million capital campaign.EndFragment

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Parnelli Jones

Oct 20, 2015 - 00:30:38

Racing legend Parnelli Jones joins A.J. on the CarStories.com podcast to talk about his incredible career in motorsports and his new documentary, Godspeed: The Story of Page Jones, which is about his son’s 20 year battle with a brain injury.EndFragment

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Tom Madigan

Oct 13, 2015 - 00:29:29

Tom Madigan is an American automotive author.  He joins A.J. on the CarStories.com Podcast to talk about his life in automotive journalism and writing books like, “Edelbrock: Made in U.S.A.”EndFragment

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Doug Breuninger

Oct 6, 2015 - 00:26:13

Doug Breuninger is a concept artist and automotive designer for Galpin Auto Sports in Van Nuys.  He sits down to speak with A.J. on the CarStories.com Podcast, to talk about his life in design and the 3-by-3-inch Post-it paintings he’s become famous for.

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Forrest Lucas

Sep 29, 2015 - 00:30:22

Lucas Oil Founder and CEO Forrest Lucas joins A.J. on the CarStories.com Podcast to talk about how a small town boy from Indiana grew up to run an automotive empire.EndFragment

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SPECIAL: Dodge Viper ACR

Sep 28, 2015 - 00:06:15

In this special shortened episode, A.J. visits Willow Springs International Raceway, where he gets the ride of a lifetime in the 2016 Dodge Viper ACR.

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Japanese Classic Car Show

Sep 22, 2015 - 00:25:05

The CarStories.com Podcast traveled to Long Beach, CA for the 11th Annual Japanese Classic Car Show.  A.J. spoke with auto-enthusiasts about why they have a love for nostalgic Japanese cars, auto manufactures about their heritage and car fans who showed up just to look at some cool stuff.

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Paul Elio

Sep 14, 2015 - 00:27:20

A.J. chats with Elio Motors founder and CEO Paul Elio about how he’s building a $6,800 eco-friendly form of transportation, which will achieve astonishing MPG and could revolutionize our daily commutes.EndFragment

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Cars and Coffee

Sep 8, 2015 - 00:25:06

Cars and Coffee has officially returned home to Southern California.  The CarStories.com Podcast travels to the OC Fair Grounds to speak with Doug Cavanaugh, the man responsible for bringing it back, along with Car Crazy’s Barry Meguiar and more.EndFragment

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Gale Banks

Sep 1, 2015 - 00:46:16

Gale Banks is known far and wide as the premier designer and manufacturer of power-enhancing products for diesel- and gas-powered light trucks, motorhomes, and sport-utility vehicles.  He joins A.J. on the CarStories.com Podcast to talk about how since the 1960s, Gale's futuristic high-performance engines have broken new ground while shattering world records.

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Collector Car Trends

Aug 25, 2015 - 00:56:19

This week’sCarStories Podcastis moderated by Wade Kawasaki, COO and President ofCoker Tireand features panel consisting of Barry Mequiar, Glen Jennings, Jonathan Klinger, and Wayne Carini live from theRusso and Steele Collector Automobile Auctionin Monterey California. Each member of the expert panel travels to different parts of the world-see how they view the passion for collector cars and its worldwide reach.EndFragment

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Monterey Car Week

Aug 18, 2015 - 00:41:00

CarStories.com takes a road trip up the coast for Monterey Car Week.  A.J. interviewed Jay Leno, Wayne Carini, Keanu Reeves, Bobby Rahal, Henry Ford III and many more at events like the Carmel Mission Classic, Gordon McCall's Motorworks Revival, Concours d’LeMons, Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion and the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance.EndFragment

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Uncle Joe Benson

Aug 11, 2015 - 00:27:00

Uncle Joe Benson has been a radio icon in Los Angeles for the last three decades.  He joins A.J. on the CarStories.com Podcast to talk about why a Renault Dauphine made a great first car, getting into auto racing and becoming how is voice has made its way into motorpsorts.

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Auto Enthusiast Day

Aug 4, 2015 - 00:19:04

The CarStories.com Podcast traveled to Angel’s Stadium for Nitto Tire’s 3rd annual Auto Enthusiast Day.  Over 1000 show cars and 5000 fans showed up to watch Formula Drift champions, Ulta4 drivers and stunt bike riders kill as many tires as humanly possible.  We caught up with Vaughn Gittin Jr., Tanner Foust and many more auto enthusiasts to talk about the their love of cars and the culture that surrounds it.

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Dan Edmunds

Jul 28, 2015 - 00:31:34

Dan Edmunds is Director of Vehicle Testing and has been with Edmunds.com.  He joins A.J. on the CarStories.com Podcast to talk about how he turned his engineering background reviewing cars for a living.EndFragment

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Nick Baggarly

Jul 21, 2015 - 00:40:01

Nick Baggarly is known for his ability to organize ambitious team efforts to achieve meaningful objectives. A successful Silicon Valley software engineer, Nick took a sabbatical from McAfee Associates in 1997 to lead an expedition on an 8,000-mile drive through Mexico, Belize, and Guatemala.  Now, Nick is prepping two EV Hummers to drive to the South Pole

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Jeff Glucker

Jul 14, 2015 - 01:00:01

Hooniverse Co-Founder Jeff Glucker, joins A.J. on the CarStories.com Podcast to talk about his late found love of cars, what goes into reviewing a new car and his own personal car projects.

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Alex Roy

Jul 7, 2015 - 01:00:01

Alexander Roy would have piloted his BMW M5 coast-to-coast in a Guinness World Record time of 31 hours, 4 minutes…if Guinness World Book officials recognized such a dangerous record attempt.  Roy joined A.J. on the CarStories.com Podcast to talk about the years or preparation he and co-driver Dave Maher put into breaking the “unofficial” 1983 US Express record and the controversy it sparked.EndFragment

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Bobby Green & Meldon Stultz

Jun 30, 2015 - 00:37:29

Bobby Green & Meldon Stultz join A.J. on the CarStories.com Podcast to talk about how they got into hot rodding and going on to start The Race of Gentlemen.EndFragment

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Dan Greenawalt & Forza 6

Jun 23, 2015 - 00:44:54

Dan Greenawalt is the Creative Director at Turn 10.  They’re the people responsible for the entire Forza Motorsports series on XBOX.  Dan sat down one-on-one with A.J. on the CarStories.com Podcast to talk about how a car guy turned video game designer created one of the greatest racing simulators ever.EndFragment

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Mike Regalia

Jun 16, 2015 - 00:40:57

Mike Regalia of Regalia Concours Restorations sits down one on one with A.J. of the CarStories.com Podcast.  They talk about his long career restoring numerous Pebble Beach Best-In-Show winner, selling Steve McQueen’s Ferrari 250 Lusso and now selling McQueen’s 1976 Porsche 930 at the upcoming Mecum Auctions in Monterey.

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Patrick George

Jun 8, 2015 - 00:44:19

Patrick George is the Associate Editor of Jalopnik.com.  Patrick stopped by to chat with A.J. on the CarStories.com Podcast about embarrassing things we’ve put on our cars as kids, what a day at Jalopnik is like, the best car he’s driven this year and what happened to the Camaro he crashed.

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RJ de Vera

Jun 2, 2015 - 00:44:19

RJ de Vera has been a pioneer in the SoCal car scene since he was 14.  He chats with A.J. on the CarStories.com Podcast about his love of import cars, how he's been able to turn his passion in a career and his involvement with The Fast and The Furious.

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Myron Vernis

May 26, 2015 - 00:25:45

Myron Vernis or "Junkman" as he's known on Jalopnik, sat down with A.J. on the CarStories.com podcast to discuss this eclectic love of cars.  He talks about how his taste in automobiles has evolved over the years and how he is now into collecting Japanese cars.  Myron also brought Mike from Right Drive.  Mike explains the process of importing cars from Japan and how he came across Myron’s Mazda Luce.

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Amber Blonigan

May 19, 2015 - 00:29:30

Amber Blonigan is the founder of Los Angeles based repair shop, Gi Motorsports.  After being dissatisfied with the lack of honest mechanics, Amber quit her high-paying job, to start her own business.  11 years later, Amber has turned Gi Motorsports into a high-end exotic service, repair and performance shop.  She talks with A.J. on the CarStories.com podcast about how her company has evolved over the last decade.EndFragment

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KROQ's Lightning

May 12, 2015 - 00:36:00

"Lightning" of 106.7 KROQ in Los Angeles talks with A.J. on the CarStories.com podcast about how he developed his love of customizing cars and just how difficult it is for one guy to build a SEMA truck.EndFragment

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John Clinard

Apr 28, 2015 - 00:23:48

John Clinard of Ford and Irvine Cars & Coffee sits down with A.J. on the CarStories.com podcast to talk about how him and a group of friends created one of the most legendary weekly car shows in the world.  John also talks about how and why that famous weekly car show suddenly came to an end.

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Scott Painter

Apr 21, 2015 - 00:52:54

Scott Painter is the founder and CEO of TrueCar.  Scott joined A.J. on the CarStories.com podcast for a one-on-one interview about how he took his entrepreneurial spirit, combined it with his hobby of helping others buy new cars and was able to turn that into the automotive-tech giant its known as today.EndFragment

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Nate Adams & Matt D'Andria

Apr 14, 2015 - 00:33:42

Filmmakers Nate Adams and Matt D'Andria sit down with A.J. on the CarStories Podcast to discuss the two year project of creating the documentary, WINNING: The Racing Life of Paul Newman.

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John Hotchkis Sr. & Jr.

Apr 7, 2015 - 00:40:57

John Hotchkis Jr.'s name is synonymous with sport suspension, but his father John Sr. has had an incredible career campaigning Porsches around the world.  Both John Sr. & Jr. sit down with A.J. on the CarStories.com Podcast to talk about racing in IMSA, at Le Mans, Daytona and Sebring.

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Afshin Behnia

Mar 31, 2015 - 00:27:30

Petrolicious founder Afshin Behnia sits down with A.J. on the CarStories.com podcast to talk about the creative force behind his website, Petrolicious.  They discuss how the online world has become the perfect marketplace for automotive content, the struggles that come with launching your own company and what is in Afshin’s personal car collection.EndFragment

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Richard Rawlings

Mar 24, 2015 - 00:16:18

Richard Rawlings of Gas Monkey Garage and the Discovery Channel show Fast & Loud joins A.J. on the CarStories.com podcast to talk about the cars he's bought, built and flipped over the years.  They discuss the current trends in automotive customization, his personal collection and his mist recent acquisitions from the Barrett-Jackson auctions.

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GiGi Carlton

Mar 17, 2015 - 00:38:53

GiGi Carlton was Robert E. Petersen's right hand woman.  She joins A.J. on the CarStories.com podcast to talk about her life by Mr. and Mrs. Petersen's side, growing up around cars in Hollywood and how her involved with the 1984 Summer Olympics is one of her greatest accomplishments.

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Ken Lingenfelter

Dec 15, 2015 - 00:24:58

Ken Lingenfelter chats with A.J. on the CarStories.com podcast, about how he’s managed to channel his automotive passion into a strong brand, business exquisite car collection.

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Danny Sullivan

Mar 3, 2015 - 00:38:35

Indy 500 winner and racing legend Danny Sullivan joins A.J. trackside from The Thermal Club for the CarStories.com podcast.  They discuss his astonishing career in racing, his fames "spin and win" move and being the guest of honor at the 1st annual Petersen Invitational.

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Patrick Long

Feb 24, 2015 - 00:38:26

Porsche factory racing driver Patrick Long sits down with A.J. on the CarStories.com podcast to talk about his life in racing, his love of driving and his upcoming event you can't pronounce called, "luftgekuhlt."

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David S.K. Lee

Feb 17, 2015 - 00:32:21

Automotive collector David S.K. Lee sits down with A.J. on the CarStories.com podcast to talk about what car collecting means to him and how he's managed to accumulate one of the finest Ferrari collections in

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Evan Klein

Feb 10, 2015 - 00:35:10

Automotive Photographer Evan Klein has shot just about every car made for every car magazine.  His photos have landed on the cover of Motor Trend, CAR and DRIVER, Road and Track and a whole lot more.  Evan shares his story with A.J. on the CarStories.com podcast where he talks about shooting a $35,000,000 Ferrari and how he still takes the time to teach others how to photograph their cars.

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JG Francis

Feb 3, 2015 - 00:32:06

Founder of Mercedes Motoring, JG Francis has spent the last decade buying, restoring and selling 1968 - 1985 Mercedes-Benz.  He joins A.J. on the CarStories.com podcast to talk about starting his company, restoring cars and traveling all over in search of the world's finest Mercedes.

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Matt Stone

Jan 27, 2015 - 00:35:38

Automotive Journalist Matt Stones stis down with A.J. on the CarStories.com Podcast to talk about his new book "James Garner's Motoring Life: Grand Prix the movie, Baja, The Rockford Files, and More."  Matt explains how James Garner is one of three actors he believes makes up the "holy trinity" of automotive actors.

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Robert Angelo

Jan 20, 2015 - 00:40:14

Robert Angelo is an Emmy Award winner and founder of Jay Leno's Garage.  He joins A.J. on the CarStories.com podcast to talk about his life behind the lens, his own personal taste in cars and making automotive movies for his YouTube series Roads and Rides.

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Bodie Stroud

Jan 13, 2015 - 00:34:23

Custom car designer and fabricator Bodie Stroud sits down with A.J. on the CarStories.com podcast to talk about his turnkey Ford F-100 project, building cars for celebrities and a TDI powered VW Bus.

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Matt Farah

Jan 6, 2015 - 01:04:58

The Smoking Tire's Matt Farah talks with A.J. on the CarStories.com Podcast to talk about his newest project, which is a Lexus LS400 he plans to drive over 1,000,000 miles.

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Sonny Balcaen

Dec 30, 2014 - 00:40:27

Legendary racing engineer Raoul "Sonny" Balcaen joins A.J. on the CarStories Podcast to talk about growing up in the epicenter of hot rod culture, drag racing with Ed Donovan, to building racecars with Jim Hall, Lance Reventlow and Carroll Shelby.

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Alexander Weaver

Dec 23, 2014 - 00:34:43

Alexander Weaver is the North American Car Specialist for RM Auctions.  He joins A.J. on the CarStories Podcast to talk about his upbringing in the car world, new trends in car collecting and gives a preview of RM's upcoming Arizona auction.

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Magnus Walker

Dec 16, 2014 - 01:05:05

We travel to the Arts District of Downtown Los Angeles to sit down one-on-one with Porsche enthusiast Magnus Walker.  After touring his entire shop, we speak we Magnus about his love for cars, becoming a brand ambassador for Porsche, current projects and the impact his vehicles are having in the car culture.

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Jessi Lang

Dec 9, 2014 - 00:45:24

Motor Trend's Jessi Lang stops by the Petersen Automotive Museum to talk about hosting The J-Turn, how her automotive passion began and the road to recovery after her life changing accident.

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Jessi Combs

Dec 2, 2014 - 01:16:26

Television host and metal fabricator Jessi Combs sits down with Chris and A.J. to talk about her unique upbringing, multiple life threatening accidents and what motivates her.

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LA Auto Show

Nov 25, 2014 - 00:30:52

Chris and A.J. took the CarStories.com Podcast to Downtown Los Angeles for the 2014 LA Auto Show.  They took a in-depth looks at the all-new Cadillac ATS-V, Porsche GTS line-up and the Toyota Miraj, their hydrogen-powered vehicle.

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Brendan Flynn

Nov 18, 2014 - 00:50:42

Brendan Flynn, Sr. Director of Marketing at the Los Angeles Auto Show, sits down with Chris and A.J. to talk about the record setting number of debuts at this year's auto show, the influence of car culture in Los Angeles and his own personal automotive preferences.

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Carlos Lago

Nov 11, 2014 - 00:35:31

Chris and A.J. sat down with Motor Trend's Associate Road Test Editor Carlos Lago to talk about his job testing new cars on the YouTube series Ignition, traveling the world to drive fascinating vehicles and his Nissan 240sx project car that some might call sacrilegious.

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Rutledge Wood Live From SEMA

Nov 8, 2014 - 00:45:56

With over 2.5 Million square feet, 2,000 exhibitors and 10,000 booths, it would take a month to see everything at The SEMA Show.  However, Chris and A.J. did manage to speak with as many people in four days as physically possible.Day 4 started off back in the MagnaFlow, where Rich Waitas gave A.J. a tour of the company’s new mobile exhaust fabrication truck.  After that, it was off to the Acura village, where Global Creative Director, Dave Marek showed off the tastefully modified TLX Acura teamed up with Galpin Auto Sport to build.Racing legend Robby Gordon talks about a car from the Petersen Automotive Museum he drove 230mph.  The day sadly comes to end, but not before a chat with Top Gear’s Rutledge Wood and Wheeler Dealers' Mike and Ed.

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Chip Foose Live From SEMA

Nov 7, 2014 - 00:31:54

Day 3 of The SEMA Show was dedicated to covering as much square feet of the show floors as possible.  Chris and A.J. chatted with Ralph Gilles, Chrysler SVP of Product Design to talk about life over 200 mph in the all-new Dodge Charger Hellcat.  Alan Peltier of HRE Wheels showed A.J. their new product line and the engineering that goes into making an HRE wheel.One of the most interesting themed booths of SEMA 2014 was Kia, with their “Day at the Races” theme.  From a Soul EV ice cream truck to a twin turbo K900, Michael Ofiara of Kia Motors showed Chris and A.J. their customized line of cars.The day ended up back in the MagnaFlow booth to talk with Bodie Stroud and Chip Foose about the cars they brought to SEMA and the one project car that would be their dream builds.

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Mario Andretti Live From SEMA

Nov 6, 2014 - 00:38:08

Day 2 The SEMA Show 2014 was even even more wild and over the top as day 1.  Chris and A.J. caught up with racing legend Mario Andretti in the MagnaFlow booth to talk about the cars he enjoys on and off the track.  Ray Evernham of Velocity's AmeriCarna also shared his love of Andretti, by talking about owning some of his race cars and calling him the one racer, besides Jeff Gordon, that he would want to be a crew chief for.  Radio DJ Lightning from KROQ in Los Angeles gives an in depth look at his dully pick-up that's been dubbed "Project Wideload" and Steve Strope of Pure Vision Design shared his 67 Ford Fairlane that took home this year's Ford Design Award.

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Richard Petty Live From SEMA

Nov 5, 2014 - 00:18:34

Chris and A.J. brought the CarStories.com Podcast out to SEMA 2014 for exclusive same day coverage of the entire week of events.  Day one, they caught up with 7 time NASCAR champion Richard Petty and Grave Digger driver Dennis Anderson in the MagnaFlow booth.  They also talked with Bryan Fuller of Fuller Moto about the radical open wheel 32 Ford build of his.  The racing side of SEMA is also featured with the world debut of the all-new Mazda MX-5 Miata cup car and the cars that will race in the Optima Ultimate Street Car Invitational.

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Melvin Betancourt & SEMA

Nov 4, 2014 - 00:31:54

Designer Melvin Betancourt sits down with Chris and A.J. on the CarStories Podcast to talk about SEMA 2014 and Ford's Dollar Car Program.  He explains how car customizers from all over the country submit proposals for the opportunity to build and show off their cars in Ford's booth at SEMA.

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Spike Feresten

Oct 31, 2014 - 00:52:38

Spike Feresten helps pair everyday people up with the perfect ride on Car Matchmaker.  He sat down with Chris and A.J. to talk about how Dave Letterman and Jerry Seinfeld were his original automotive matchmaking mentors.  He also talks about matching Jerry up with a Porsche 917, breaking Letterman's 356 and impulse buying a Land Rover.

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John Hotchkis Jr.

Oct 28, 2014 - 01:01:55

John Hotchkis Jr. founded Hotchkis Sport Suspension back in the early 90's.  He's the brain behind engineering and manufacturing the popular racing-inspired suspension for the enthusiast market.  John sat down with Chris and A.J. not only his line of suspension parts, but his extensive career racing a Porsche 911 RSR and 962 at Le Mans at the 24 Hours of Daytona.

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Vaughn Gittin Jr.

Oct 21, 2014 - 00:57:43

Formula Drift driver Vaughn Gittin Jr. sits down with Chris and A.J. to talk about why he loves goes sideways, creating his RTR cars and why he won't be competing in a 2015 Ford Mustang next season.

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Leo Mayorquin

Oct 16, 2014 - 00:32:10

Photographer Leo Mayorquin sits down with Chris and A.J. to talk about being one of the first Cars and Coffee photographers, the Car Spotting culture, the online community Purist and their upcoming toy drive on Saturday. November 22nd.

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Derek Hill

Oct 14, 2014 - 00:50:11

Racecar driver Derek Hill sits down with Chris and A.J. to talk about growing up with his father Phil Hill, his own established racing career, driving vintage cars and shooting commercials for Cadillac.

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Hot Wheels Designer Bryan Benedict

Oct 9, 2014 - 00:48:19

Bryan Benedict, designer for Hot Wheels, joins Chris and A.J. to talk about what it's like to design cars for China, how a Hot Wheels car gets made and designing the Darth Vader Star Wars Hot Wheels vehicle.

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The Supercar Show

Oct 7, 2014 - 00:10:28

A.J. trekked down to Orange County, CA where he spoke with the exotic, super and hyper car owners that attend Lamborghini Newport Beach's monthly supercar show.

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Tanner Foust

Oct 2, 2014 - 01:13:54

Top Gear Host & Global Rallycross Champion Tanner Foust sits down with Chris and A.J. to talk about his childhood love of driving, his rally racing career, performing Hot Wheels stunts and hosting Top Gear on History.

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Tim Vincent

Sep 30, 2014 - 00:40:06

Reality T.V. Producer Tim Vincent sits down with Chris and A.J. to talk about working on shows like Wrecks To Riches, Hard Shine, Top Gear Australia and being the first to drive the 2015 Ford Mustang around Los Angeles.

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Moray Callum

Sep 25, 2014 - 00:32:20

Ford Motor Company, Vice President of Design, Moray Callum sits down with Chris and A.J. to talk about the design of the 2015 Ford Mustang, where he got his start and growing up in a design household with his brother Ian, who heads the design division of Jaguar.

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Journalism Seminar

Sep 23, 2014 - 02:06:40

The Automotive Industry's top journalists attended the Petersen Automotive Museum’s Journalism Seminar to educate and give aspiring writers a chance to learn more about the industry.EndFragment

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Rob Dickinson

Sep 19, 2014 - 00:43:49

Singer Vehicle Design founder Rob Dickinson talks with A.J and Chris about his love of Porsches, working for Lotus and building some of the most beautiful bespoke sportscars in the world.

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Matt D'Andria

Sep 16, 2014 - 00:43:46

Matt D'Andria, Motorator.com CEO and Co-Host of Adam Carolla's Car Cast, stops to chat with Chris and A.J. about the celebrity stock car race he's particpating in.

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Ed Justice Jr.

Sep 11, 2014 - 00:53:15

Ed Justice Jr. of the legendary Justice Brothers joins Chris and A.J. to talk about his family's rich history in automotive racing, selling oil additives and how they sponsored the first NASCAR ever.

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Magnus Walker, Patrick Dempsey & Rare Porsches

Sep 9, 2014 - 00:12:34

We attended Deus Ex Machina's "Luftgekuhlt" Porsche cruise-in and got a chance to speak with Magnus Walker, Patrick Dempsey and some owners of very rare porsches.

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Ryan Tounsley of Protective Film Solutions

Sep 4, 2014 - 00:45:00

Protective Film Solutions' founder & CEO Ryan Tounsley takes everyday super cars and wraps them in protective vinyl to create some of the most visually striking rides you’ve ever seen.  Ryan talks with Chris and A.J. about how he got his start and car culture’s new obsession with vehicle wraps.EndFragment

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Jonathan Ward of ICON

Sep 2, 2014 - 00:53:52

Jonathan Ward of TLC & ICON sit down with Chris and A.J. to talk about his high-quality custom build and redotrations.  They get into where he got his start, traveling the world in search of Toyota FJ Land Cruisers and his upcoming projects.

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Ben Hsu of Japanese Nostalgic Car

Aug 28, 2014 - 00:35:24

Ben Hsu founded JapaneseNostalgicCar.com, which is an automotive news site dedicated to old school Japan. He talks with Chris and A.J. about the current rise in Japanese classic cars and the history of Japanese automotive car culture.

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Barry Meguiar, Vern Tardel & Postmaster General Pat Donahoe

Aug 27, 2014 - 00:25:15

Barry Meguiar, Vern Tardel & Postmaster General Pat Donahoe join Chris & A.J. to talk about the very special Hot Rods Forever stamps that the USPS unveilied at the Petersen Automotive Museum.

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IndyCar Driver Ed Carpenter

Aug 26, 2014 - 00:30:12

We sat down with #20 Fuzzy's Ultra Premium Vodka IndyCar Driver Ed Carpenter to talk about his carreer in Midget Car racing, the stress of the Indy 500, owning his own race team and the upcoming MavTV 500 IndyCar World Championship.

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Steve Stanford

Aug 21, 2014 - 00:36:15

Automotive artist and design legend Steve Stanford sits down with Chris and A.J. to talk about everything from how he got his start painting vans to desinging the Gone in 60 Seconds "Eleanor" GT500, to painting one of a kind works of art today.

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Monterey Car Week

Aug 18, 2015 - 00:41:00

CarStories.com takes a road trip up the coast for Monterey Car Week.  A.J. interviewed Jay Leno, Wayne Carini, Keanu Reeves, Bobby Rahal, Henry Ford III and many more at events like the Carmel Mission Classic, Gordon McCall's Motorworks Revival, Concours d’LeMons, Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion and the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance.EndFragment

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Racing With Adam Carolla

Aug 17, 2014 - 00:20:41

We spent almost the day at the Rolex Monterey Historics, in Adam Carolla's paddock, as he prepped and raced Paul Newman's Bob Sharpe Racing 1988 Nissan 300ZX.  We talked about collecting cars, people's preferences and racing on the track.

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Road To Pebble 2014

Aug 13, 2014 - 00:21:25

Chris and A.J. are joined by Petersen Curator Leslie Kendall for a podcast recorded inside the Cadillac CTS-V Wagon they drove up to Pebble Beach.  They discuss the week's events and what they're looking forward to the most.

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ABC's Dave Kunz

Aug 5, 2014 - 00:32:49

Dave Kunz, ABC 7's Eyewitness News Automotive Specialist talks with Chris and A.J. about reporting on cars for the last 13 years and his Ford Mustang Fastback "Bullitt" tribute car which has become a celebrity in its own right.

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Adam Ferrara of Top Gear

Jul 29, 2014 - 00:44:57

Top Gear host Adam Ferrara sits down with Chris and A.J. to talk about where he got his love for cars, buying vehicles off the Top Gear set and restorting his Buick Electra 225 or "Deuce and a Quarter" as he calls it.

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Bruce Canepa

Jul 22, 2014 - 00:45:52

Restorer Bruce Canepa calls in for a special Car Stories interview, where he divulges details on behind the now infmaous prank of "seizing" collector Bruce Meyer's Le Mans winning Porsche 935.

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Wayne Carini

Jul 15, 2014 - 00:35:14

Chasing Classic Cars' Wayne Carini joins A.J. on the Car Stories podcast to talk about getting his start in restoring cars, being a good salesman and teases a very rare Ferrari that he's about to unveil for Pebble Beach.  He say's it's the first Ferrari that could win 'Best of Show'.

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Stewart Reed

Jul 8, 2014 - 00:43:39

Chris and A.J. speak with Transportation Design Department Chair of Art Center College of Design Stewart Reed about automotive design, getting his start, attending Art Center and ugly U.S. spec safety features on cars.

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Steve McQueen's Ferrari 275 GTB/4

Jul 3, 2014 - 00:53:41

We sat down to speak with former Formula One driver Vern Schuppan to hear about his illustrious racing career and restoring the Ferrari 275 GTB/4 that was perviously owned by Steve McQueen. Listen to the podcast and let us know what you think this car will sell for. We will follow up with the story during our coverage at Monterey.EndFragment

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Spy Photographer Brenda Priddy

Jul 1, 2014 - 00:35:44

Automotive Spy Photographer Brenda Priddy talks with Chris and A.J. about spying on cars, camping out in Death Valley to get pictures and car engineers pulling their pants down in front of her.

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Collector Car Appreciation Day

Jun 24, 2014 - 00:32:27

Colby Martin of SEMA Action Network talks to Chris and A.J. about the 5th Annual Collector Car Appreciation Day.  You can get invloved by driving your collector car to the Petersen on July 11th and receive one free museum admission!

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Automotive Appraisals

Jun 17, 2014 - 00:30:57

Classic Auto Appraiser Jeff Hyman joins Chris and A.J. on this week's podcast.  They get into determining how much a car is worth, and the risks that go with valuating automobiles.

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JoshCAR Hancock

Jun 10, 2014 - 00:50:28

Josh Hancock grew up loving cars.  He was able to turn that passion into a profression by becoming the go to hollywood automotive wrangler for the likes of Mike Meyers and Martin Scorsese.

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San Marino Motor Classic

Jun 3, 2014 - 00:35:21

San Marino Motor Classic founder and car enthusiast Aaron Weiss stops by the Petersen Automotive Museum to talk with Chris and A.J. about what it takes to put on a concours, collecting pre-war cars and how to negotiate buying a Rolls-Royce.

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Troy Ladd of Hollywood Hot Rods

May 27, 2014 - 00:35:08

Hot Rod builder Troy Ladd of Hollywood Hot Rods stops by the Petersen Automotive Museum to talk with A.J. and Chris about getting his start building customs, his influnces and why a hot rod shop is a terrible business plan.

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Mustangs Forever: 50 Years of a Legend

May 20, 2014 - 00:28:16

A.J. and Chris sit down with Petersen Automotive Museum Chief Curator Leslie Kendall to talk about the world’s fascination with the Ford Mustang, how the car came to be and the Petersen’s newest exhibit “Mustangs Forever: 50 Years of a Legend.”

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