Bodie Stroud of BS Industries talks about custom car builds and SEMA deadlines. He also shows us a clean ’65 Mustang fastback he built with a blown Coyote crate motor. http://www.bodiestroud.com http://www.borlainduction.com http://ragledesign.com Show Credits Producer: Jeff Fox Audio Engineer: Chris Laxamana
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Fabricator and custom car builder Bodie Stroud returns to talk about some of his new builds and business ventures. Plus, he presents Adam with a custom-painted carbon fiber race helmet. Then we go outside to check out a 510 hp Range Rover. Show Credits Producer: Jeff Fox Audio Engineer: Chris Laxamana Bodie Stroud’s 68 Camaro […]
Bodie Stroud of BS Industries comes by and talks with Adam and Matt about working as a car customizer. They discuss the business of making hot rods and kustoms, as well as building the hot dog car Adam drove (and crashed) in a soap box derby. Then we move out to the parking lot and […]
This weeks featured car, well, truck was built by Bodie Stroud (BS Hot Rods). The 1956 Supercharged Ford F100 was built for Bodie’s Father-in-law.
Adam Carolla rolls down to San Diego area and makes a couple of stops, he hits Symboilic Motors in La Jolla and to the San Diego Automotive Museum. Then part I of the SEMA show where Sandy Ganz and Motorator Matt make the trek to Las Vegas to talk to the Ring Brothers, Flowmaster, Liquid Wrench, Steve Strope and Bodie Stroud.
Adam Carolla and Sandy Ganz sit down and pick up the phone and help with some car purchase plans, as well as give some tune up advice. Some how the Professors Food poisoning comes up, and what that has to do with cars is anyone’s guess. This weeks show features Jack Duha’s CAV GT40, and a quick trip out to BS Hot Rods where Bodie Stroud talks a bit about Johnny Depp’s 51 Merc. Enjoy the Show!
While Adam is training for the Toyota Long Beach Celebrity Race, Sandy and Matt take your for tour of Bodie Stroud’s new Hot Rod Shop. Matt D’Andria jumps in as we look at Bodie’s projects which range from a 1956 Pickup to a new build he is just beginning that is based on a Boss 429 idea. Then Professor Ganz gets roped into more free labor instead or working on his projects, but at least he gets to explode a tire onto a rim backwoods style. And finally a peek at Mike Rowe’s first car.