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#87 Archive Pull: Inside Mike’s Life of Roadkill – and the Reason K&F Started

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Rob here. Mike is out this week, and when plans change suddenly it’s time to go with what you know best; a great pull from the archives! This episode features Mike’s first appearance on The Muscle Car Place in 2015 (Episode 254).

I didn’t know Mike very well at the time but asked if he’d be interested in telling his story of the birth of Roadkill for a feature interview – and he said yes! For those of you who want to know how Roadkill happened, why he moved out of California, etc., this is the full sout-to-nuts story. It was a one-in-a-million happenstance set up by the coming switch to digital content, good talent, an early deal from YouTube, and the pure genius of David Freiburger. Listen in to hear how it all happened.

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#86 Corndog’s Deep Diven of Listener Questions: Wheel Stander General Lee, Uncle Jesse’s Brown Truck, and Joe Dirt’s Daytona

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Listen in and be regaled by this most recent of episodes featuring the cranial knowledge bucket of Sir Justin Cornette…also known as Corndog. e decided to take a different route this time and have him do a grab bag of answers to listener questions submitted through our Instagram page…so be prepared to be amazed, awed, and humiliated by his depth of Mopar-Hollywood-Restoration knowledge.

Topics Covered Include:

-Joe Dirt’s Daytona and GTX

-Corndog’s C1 Corvette Build

-Why aliens in cars lead to better interior shots for future reference

-The full story on the Wheelstander General Lee built for (but never used) the final episode of the Dukes of Hazzard.

Enjoy!

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#85 Our Review of Cannonball Run…Plus a Tribute to Burt Reynolds

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This episode features our review of the movie Cannonball Run, but it’s really more of a tribute to the late great Burt Reynolds who passed away recently. We loved Burt’s crazy car movies and Cannonball Run was as zany as it ever got. The premise and screen play were a credit to automotive journalist Brock Yates (who makes a cameo in this movie), and then Burt, Dom DeLuise, and Hal Needham took of from there. Alter ego superheroes, cross-eyed proctologists, inappropriate humor (by today’s standards) and ambulances with straight headers are all you need to know. Thanks for the fun, Burt!

You can listen to our review of Smokey and the Bandit back in Episode 31 here as well: http://www.themusclecarplace.com/kf-show-31

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#84 Our Review of Major League” – The Greatest Baseball Schtick Movie Ever!

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Every now and then you have to take a break from the cars, smell the roses, and look around the real world to see what else is out there. In our case that means heading to funny movies from our childhood that we still quote daily. Since MLB Standings are just around the corner….that was the perfect excuse to review our favorite baseball movie ever made: Major League! Sit back and regale in Finnegan’s 20-minute soliloquy on the movie complete with every favorite line including: “Up your butt, Jobu!” Bob Eucker was in prime form as the radio announcer, Charlie Sheen was at his best as the bad boy, and Tom Berenger was the ace aging catcher. You’ll love it. We did. And if you don’t love it….car stuff will be back next week anyway, baby!

#83 Sadie Hogg Day: S4 Episode 7 of the Dukes of Hazzard

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Dukes Review: Remember high school when they had the Sadie Hawkins dance and the girls had to ask the guys to go? This is the Hazzard County version of that, only with waaaaaaay more girls in shorts that you ever remembered in high school. And instead of a dance they’re running the town for a day. Mostly this is an episode that seems to exist only to shoot film of girls walking in shorts. Anyway, here’s the gist: Boss Hogg has been stealing from the county funds for years and (shocker) on Sadie Hogg day finds out he’ll be audited. In a quick turn of brilliance he decides to make Daisy Duke in charge of the county funds, then has the bank robbed of said funds leaving Daisy liable. Even worse? Acting Deputy Miss Tizdale accidentally confuses Bo and Luke for leaving the bank with the money…when they were actually chasing the bank robbers. Fast forward 30 minutes and it does all get resolved with several more pairs of shorts. Fin.

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