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Matt Pumphrey

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Show Summary

Adam Carolla and the Professor Sandy Ganz take a ride back into time with Matt Pumphrey of Owner of “Woodies and Wheels”. Matt is a featured restorer of pre-war Automobiles. Matt brings in his own 1912 Ford Model T which has been converted into a pre-war racer, and finally the featured car this week is Randy’s hopped up Mini-Cooper with more gadgets then the Green Hornet.

Special thanks to the Matt and the Crew at “Woddies and Wheels” and Jason Crouch of 4/3 FILMS of San Mateo for making the trek in the rough California weather and the great videos.


Show Links

Check out Matt’s shop, “Woodies and Wheels”, where you can see his other projects and restorations as they are happening – www.WoodiesAndWheels.com


Video

Matt Pumphrey’s 1912 Ford Model T Racer



Check out the videos from “Woodies and Wheels”. The first one is their trip from San Jose to the show in Glendale. The next one is the “Smokin’ Orange!” a fun run of the Model T in the country, and the first of the Hall Scott restoration. Don’t forget to check out their video channel on YouTube – WoodiesAndWheels

Roadtrippin, to Carcast


Smokin’ Orange!

GREAT SCOTT!


Randy’s MINI Cooper


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10 Responses to “Matt Pumphrey”

  1. That was an excellent podcast guys. you know, it’s amazing how many US automobile manufacturers existed between 1895 and 1920. At least 500 of them all over the country with the lion’s share of them around New England and the midwest. Some only existed for a year or so, while others on the average lasted 5 years.

    It’s great to know that people of all ages are still interested in the brass era stuff. Knowing how to work on these cars and their quirks keeps them off the museums and out in the open for all of us to see, hear and of course, smell.

  2. Jim says:

    Awesome show! Car talk with history lesson. I recommend everyone get it on. Sandy, would it hurt to smile for the photo with Matt and Ace? Maybe they caught you off guard. Thanks again guys for the perfect show.

  3. Peter E says:

    I really enjoyed the Hall Scott “Woodies and Wheels” episode. I know it’s not quite Adams flavor, but I know he can appreciate that such a young man, has such a passion to keep the past history of autos alive. It’s usually older men reliving some dream they have always had. God bless them. But Hall will go a long way in his restorations. Jay, look this guy up!

  4. Mike says:

    Matt Pumphrey was a great guest and definite gear head. Please have him back again with more of his projects!

    • CarCast says:

      We will, he has some cool stuff in the works that I hope he can share with the show. The Hall-Scott racer looks like a crazy project and hopefully will be able to get more of this for the show! Great guest!

      Sandy

  5. Lamb says:

    61 cubic inches to 1 liter. These guys scare the hell out of me. I still love every second keep it fellas.

  6. James N says:

    Great show Matt! The car looks beautiful. I’m sorry I didn’t get a chance to ride in it last June. I love the history behind the cars, although I’m not much of a car guy. Keep up the great work! I hope you get a chance to go back on the show!

  7. Matt P. says:

    http://vimeo.com/20247765

    Here is a compilation of automotive accidents from the vintage era. Hope everyone enjoys!


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