Tag Archives: Trans-Am

Tommy Kendall

August 5, 2011

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Adam Carolla and Sandy Ganz have special guest Tommy Kendall in the studio today. If you want to find out who he is and more about his successful racing career then you might want to listen in to the excellent conversation. Tommy brings in his fresh off Mercedes AMG CLS 63 Twin Turbo for a closer look.


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Tommy Kendall’s AMG CLS 63



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Year One Trans Am

March 5, 2011

Bud Brutsman brings in the Year One Trans Am. This model is the ‘Ban3′ Tran Am from Year One Muscle Car parts. This car was used as part of one of Bud’s Television (Speed Channel) shows where he recreated the Smokey and the Bandit beer run. This is a bit different then the car used, starting with, well, everything. 605Hp LS7, full suspension redesign, body panels, tubular front sub-frame and a lot more. About all you need is a CB radio and a cowboy hat.

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Bud Brutsman


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Steve Millen

November 14, 2009

Adam and Steve Millen talk about some past present and future of some of the cars Steve has driven. They check out a few of of the Stillen modified cars including a 370Z, Nissan GTR and a Maxima. The off to the Petersen Automotive Museum for a tribute to Trans-Am racing with a couple of special interviews with Pete Brock, John Morton, and Dan Gurney. And a wrap up with Celebrity Car with Paul Schafer.

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Trans-Am Tribute at the Petersen Automotive Museum

Dan Gurney


Pete Brock and John Morton


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Thanks to Seiji Kishi for without his generous contribution of images and support we would not have been able to bring you some of the Trans-Am images.

And Special thanks to the Petersen Automotive Museum