Barn Tune – Plasti-disaster (Plastidipping the Wagon-R Wheels)

Andrew has been marching about in a fever over the past six months, obsessed with Plastidip and pleading with anybody and everybody to spray their wheels. Well, this week he bit the bullet and decided to spray his Wagon-R wheels copper. “Copper is proper” we cheered. The rest is a rollercoaster of emotion that can be viewed here in full SHEDICOLOUR. Watch Andrew layer up his rims with this amazing rubber paint while Chris does some very important standing around in different places.

Episode 12 – Get F*cked Nissan!

You want the truth about evil car companies? You can’t handle the truth about evil car companies! We open with the long and colourful backstory behind why people call Ford Explorers “Ford Exploders” and then Andrew is let out of his cage to say his piece on why he thinks Nissan has completely lost direction since the French got involved. Sort it out, the French! We then talk about the rather depressing news about Uber’s self driving cars and discuss the cost and availability of electric conversions for classics.

Barn Tune: Lowering The Wagon R (+Coil Springs Explained!)

In our first ever episode of Barn Tune, us men in sheds decide to drag Andrew’s Wagon-R a little further from heaven and a little closer to hell. We cover all you need to know about lowering the Suzuki Wagon-R RR Version-V (Aka the Wagon All The Rs) and also give a short lecture on the science behind coil springs, ie; why does cutting springs make them stiffer?

Episode 11 – Deloreans Aren’t Cool

When this podcast hits episode 88, you’re going to see some serious shizzle. Actually no! We’re going to sizzle some shizzle right now, because we ain’t afraid of controversy. Deloreans aren’t cool, sorry not sorry. Land Rover now have 6-7 vehicles in their range. Madness. Car insurance is set to rise and you have to be an economics expert to understand why. Motoring Misogyny is back; stop saying women can’t drive, you sexist pigs. We also look at Faraday Future who seem to be employing ninjas rather than programmers.