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#102 – The Passionately Pink Camaro!

This week’s podcast show is Andrew Herold, and he’s a regular car guy who like a lot of he he leads a normal busy life. However, unlike a lot of us, Andrew has decided to use his free time to take one of his favorite things in life, his ’72 Camaro, and give it away to help a cause that is near and dear to both he and his family!

#101 – Automotive Photographer Robert McGaffin

This week’s podcast show guest is professional automotive photographer Robert McGaffin. If you’ve ever picked up a copy of Popular HotRodding, Super Chevy, Camaro Performers Magazines, or Hot Rod Magazine you’ve likely already seen his work in spades!

#100 – Brigid Schulte’s Love of a Volvo 850 Turbo “Muscle” Wagon

In honor of the 100th episode of The MuscleCar Place podcast show I decided to do a feature interview on a “muscly” 1995 Volvo 850 Turbo Wagon. Oddly enough, I believe that can hear the collective groan of muscle car readers worldwide as I type this, but I’ll ask that you bear with me a little bit. I came across this car after reading a fantastic article in the Washington Post written by Brigid Schulte that was called “Crash and Yearn.” The article had been forwarded to me by a high school buddy that thought I might enjoy it, and he couldn’t have been more correct.

#99 – Tom Henriksen’s 4-Speed ’65 Newport “Mystery” Cop Car

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#98 – Jimi Day and FM3 Marketing

This week’s podcast show guest is Jimi Day, President of FM3 Marketing. In his early 40’s he left his Wall Street career behind to start anew with his real passion; cars. He started first in the world of restoration but now makes his living doing the marking and event promotion of some of the biggest street car events in the world!