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K&F Show #63 - Bye, Bye Boss – S3 Episode 19 of the Dukes of Hazzard

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DUKES REVIEW: Do you remember Tuck McElroy, Lead Singer of The Good ‘Ol Boys and the driver in the Winnebago from the Blue Brothers? That’s the bad guy in this episode. And unfortunately, that fact alone is pretty much the highlight of this one too. Anyway, here’s the run down: Boss Hogg is kidnapped for ransom by an escaped convict, ‘ol Tuck McElroy himself. The convict had been imprisoned after Boss had testified against him at a trial, and he swore his revenge…which is what this whole episode is about apparently. The convict steals the General Lee, puts Boss in the shotgun seat, buys a log of salami, and then hides in a shack until the Dukes challenge him to a race (weird race – it’s the General Lee vs the Dukes, all of whom are riding horeseback). I made almost none of that up. 6 Corndogs.

As you’ll here in this episode, the Sponsorship Fastlane course is back! One student took the course last year and put in the hard work…and saw $10K in results back! Course is open until April 17, 2018.

TMCP eBay Pick - 1966 Chevrolet C10 Carryall

One day each week we’ll list a cool project car or a nice driver for sale here from eBay Motors.  We’ll try to keep the price to a max of $20,000 for full driver cars.  For project cars, no more than $5,000. 1966 Chevrolet C-10 Suburban Carryall Visit us every day, or just click the […]

K&F Show #62 - Finnegan’s New Dirt Track Charger and Our Review of The Blues Brothers

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This K&F show features a plethora of both witty and banter, as well as both kinds of country music: country and western. Why, you ask? Because we reviewed the Blue Brothers instead of the Dukes this week. Luckily for us all, it still resulted in slap stick humor and flying Mopars with cop shocks, cop tires, and a 440 mill built before catalytic converters. Everything you need is in this movie: amazing blues music, zany 110 mph car chases, and sentences that always end in a one liner: 3 orange whips! Carrie Fischer is in this one too – and Jabba the Hut’s outfit had nothing on how she looks in this movie.

K&F Show #61 - Corndog’s Full Blown Spectacular: How to Return a Screen Used, Jumped, and Cut Up General Lee to Full Glory

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Finnegan had the flu for this episode and could not leave the toilet long enough to record a show. He gave it the ‘ol college try though. And then he returned to the ‘ol toilet. As such, we brought in Corndog to pinch hit and discuss the restoration of his screen used (and jumped) General Lee as well as review this week’s Dukes of Hazzard episode. He’s literally restoring what’s left of his car (basically the cab of the car) back to full Charger status, to it’s TV configuration, and he’s doing it with original parts that he collected from a dumpster. Several dumpsters. A plethora of dumpsters, you might say. (None of that was a joke). Listen and learn. Also, we never made it to that Dukes review though because (basically) Corndog’s OCD love of all things screen used General Lee took over. I couldn’t stop it, nor did I try. That would be like asking a flower not to bloom or a bird not to sing, right? -Kibbe

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TMCP eBay - 1972 Buick Electra Estate Wagon

One day each week we’ll list a cool project car or a nice driver for sale here from eBay Motors.  We’ll try to keep the price to a max of $20,000 for full driver cars.  For project cars, no more than $5,000. 1972 Buick Electra Estate Wagon Visit us every day, or just click the […]