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Muscle Car Radio

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Welcome to Muscle Car Radio, hosted by veteran car enthusiasts Harry Christian and Jason Brownlee. Each episode we bring you special guests ranging from race drivers, industry experts and event promoters. We speak to listeners about their rides and feature a car for sale. From GT's to Monaro's to Chargers...Aussie and American, we've got you covered. Special cars - Special Events - Special Rev Heads...Listen in for your horsepower fix!
 
Steve Magnante, also known as Steve Mags, was born in 1964, at the tail end of the Baby Boom era. Ever since his mother gave him his first Hot Wheels toy car at age 8, Steve has been infatuated with all things automotive. Steve has made his passion a career, first by writing for nationally circulated car magazines like Hot Rod, Car Craft, Muscle Car Review, Mopar Muscle, Chrysler Power and others as well as hosting automotive TV shows like Roadkill’s Junkyard Gold, Rides Reunited, Classic Ca ...
 
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Muscle Car Radio is back..! Join Harry, Jase and guests for an hour of power as they chat all things cars! In this episode we catch up with Glen Jennings and talk Yank V Aussie Muscle Glen chats to us about the Tszyu brothers and their rise through the ranks of the Boxing world.We chat with Chis Ioannidis about his magnificent A9X Torana. Chris tel…
 
The first episode of The Steve Mags Muscle Car Show Podcast was taped on September 29, 2020 and examined Facts 1-13 from Steve Magnante’s 1001 Muscle Car Facts book (CarTech Publishing, 2013). Over the past 68 Podcast episodes, we covered Chevrolet, Pontiac, Oldsmobile, Buick, Ford, Mercury, Plymouth, Dodge, Chrysler, AMC and Studebaker muscle car …
 
Did Studebaker (and Packard) really install more belt driven superchargers than its competition? And what was the reason for the switch to Chevy engines in 1965? Learn all about it in this podcast. Taped at High Octane Classics in Auburn, MA. Support the show (https://www.buzzsprout.com/1340482)Steve Magnante által
 
Why did Studebaker switch vehicle assembly from Indiana to Canada? Was Studebaker as good as dead after discontinuing vehicle production in 1966? And what do those red STP stickers really mean? All this and more as Steve enters the Studebaker chapter of his 1001 Muscle car Facts book? Taped at High Octane Classics in Auburn, MA. Support the show (h…
 
AMC was one of very few automakers to offer factory installed traction bars, but were they found on all muscle models? And why were the 1969 Hurst AMX Super Stock drag cars built without front anti-roll bars? All this and more in this podcast. Taped at High Octane Classics in Auburn, MA. Support the show (https://www.buzzsprout.com/1340482)…
 
AMC had two families of V8 engines, were any cast from lightweight aluminum? And what was it about the pre-1972 AMC automatic transmission that reduced performance? All this and more in this podcast. Taped at High Octane Classics in Auburn, MA. Support the show (https://www.buzzsprout.com/1340482)Steve Magnante által
 
How did the 1971-1972 Javelin and AMX pay tribute to the C3 Corvette coupe’s T-Top design? And did the 1969 Javelin’s optional roof spoiler really work? All this and more in this podcast. Taped at High Octane Classics in Auburn, MA. Support the show (https://www.buzzsprout.com/1340482)Steve Magnante által
 
American Motors (AMC) was in there swinging during the muscle car era – once management decided to acknowledge the Youth Market. Legend and Lore about Nash-Healeys, Marlins, Javelins, AMX’s and more! Taped at High octane Classics in Auburn, MA. Support the show (https://www.buzzsprout.com/1340482)Steve Magnante által
 
Learn why the 2009 Dodge Challenger Drag Pak came with removable window panels, which American car was first with a trunk spoiler, how many Super Bee convertibles Dodge never built and lots more! Now sponsored by High Octane Classics, the Northeast’s largest musclecar and supercar dealership!! HIGH OCTAIN CLASSICS https://www.highoctaneclassics.com…
 
Learn what’s under the Superbird and Charger Daytona fender scoops, where to find torque boxes, what lies beneath 1969 Dart 440 GTS hood emblems and more, more, more! Now sponsored by High Octane Classics, the Northeast’s largest musclecar and supercar dealership!! HIGH OCTAIN CLASSICS https://www.highoctaneclassics.com Support the show (https://ww…
 
Steve discusses Dodge Legend and Lore including what actor Tom Selleck had to do with Dodge Magnums and “Magnum P.I.”, how many Hemis went into four door bodies and how to verify a Max Wedge convertible. Convertible? Yes, Dodge built Max Wedge convertibles! Now sponsored by High Octane Classics, the Northeast’s largest musclecar and supercar dealer…
 
The show transitions from Plymouth Number Crunching and Press Commentary to Dodge Legend and Lore with another thirteen groovy factoids for you. Now sponsored by High Octane Classics, the Northeast’s largest musclecar and supercar dealership!! HIGH OCTAIN CLASSICS https://www.highoctaneclassics.com Support the show (https://www.buzzsprout.com/13404…
 
Steve compares 1969 Hemi Road Runner and Pontiac Ram Air IV GTO pricing and production numbers and lots more. Now sponsored by High Octane Classics, the Northeast’s largest musclecar and supercar dealership!! HIGH OCTAIN CLASSICS https://www.highoctaneclassics.com Support the show (https://www.buzzsprout.com/1340482)…
 
Steve explores the successes of Plymouth’s “beeper” and other high Plymouth performance milestones. Now sponsored by High Octane Classics, the Northeast’s largest musclecar and supercar dealership!! HIGH OCTAIN CLASSICS https://www.highoctaneclassics.com Support the showChristopher Roberts által
 
Listen or watch on YouTube as Steve describes the 1976 Volare’s novel transvers torsion bar front suspension, what prompted the use of front disc brakes on 1967 Hemi cars, and more! Now sponsored by High Octane Classics, the Northeast’s largest musclecar and supercar dealership!! HIGH OCTAIN CLASSICS https://www.highoctaneclassics.com Support the s…
 
Listen or watch on YouTube as Steve corrects an error in Fact Number 648 regarding full size C-body rear axle types and explores ultra-rare Plymouth engines like the aluminum block Slant Six, A925 DOHC Doomsday Hemi, A279 Ball Stud Hemi and more. Now sponsored by High Octane Classics, the Northeast’s largest musclecar and supercar dealership!! HIGH…
 
Listen or watch on YouTube as Steve tells why no Volares (or Aspens) ever got factory dual exhaust, why a Jeep Wrangler body was bolted to a Prowler, if a Road Runner station wagon was ever offered and a lot, lot more. Now sponsored by High Octane Classics, the Northeast’s largest musclecar and supercar dealership!! HIGH OCTAIN CLASSICS https://www…
 
Listen or watch on YouTube as Steve reveals the origins of the most famous Barracuda funny cars, proves how fast a Hemi Superbird really wasn’t, the truth behind full size 426 Street Hemi production car program, which full size Plymouth Fury was offered with the 440 Six Barrel, and a bunch more. Now sponsored by High Octane Classics, the Northeast’…
 
Listen or watch on YouTube as Steve transitions the show out of the last Ford and Mercury Number Crunching and Press Commentary facts and into the Plymouth world with comparisons of Cougar and Mustang production numbers, how Dyno Don Nicholson heated a 428 Cobra Jet powered 1968 Cougar XR-7 GT’s tires for better e.t.’s and then groove on Plymouth f…
 
Steve continues to explore FORD and MERCURY engine and driveline facts like what made the front brakes on the1965 427 SOHC cammer powered Mustangs and COMET CYCLONES so different. Why the 1979 CAPRI and ZEPHYR TURBO GT rear drum brakes wont attract a magnet and much more...Now sponsored by High Octane Classics, the Northeast’s largest musclecar and…
 
Hear what car magazine editors felt about the hottest Mercurys and what made the DeTomaso Mangusta too much of a good thing on this on this episode of The Steve Mags Muscle Car Show Podcast! Now sponsored by High Octane Classics, the Northeast’s largest musclecar and supercar dealership!! HIGH OCTAIN CLASSICS https://www.highoctaneclassics.com Supp…
 
Learn why Mercury toyed with aluminum disc brake rotors and which American V8 was first to claim 400 horsepower on this episode of The Steve Mags Muscle Car Show Podcast! Now sponsored by High Octane Classics, the Northeast’s largest muscle car and supercar dealership!! HIGH OCTANE CLASSICS https://www.highoctaneclassics.com Support the show…
 
Learn what made the 1966 and ’67 Comet Cyclone hood so exotic – and frustrating, how Mercury proposed to fend off the Mopar Wing Car invasion and how the 1969 Mustang Boss 429 hood scoop differs from the 1969 Cougar Eliminator, plus a bunch more! Support the show (https://www.buzzsprout.com/1340482)Christopher Roberts által
 
In this show, Steve transitions from Ford Facts to Mercury Facts from his 2013 book: “Steve Magnante’s 1001 Muscle Car Facts” In this episode learn how many different ways Fo-Mo-Co delivered on the 7-liter V8 promise, how Ford’s modern OHC V8 families evolved from the groundbreaking 1965 427 SOHC and lots more. Support the show (https://www.buzzspr…
 
Steve’s away this week co-hosting the Barrett-Jackson collector car auction in Scottsdale, Arizona (be sure to tune in on FYI and A&E!). While he’s away, listen to his 2011 telephone interview with BIG DADDY DON GARLITS on the birth of the Don Garlits Museum of Drag Racing. And yes, Shirley makes an appearance. Brought to you by our sponsor AUTOWOR…
 
The boys are back at ya! In this Episode, we catch up with racing legend and 7 times Bathurst winner Jim Richards. Great yarns about his days on and off the track! Harry and Jase catch up with special gust JP, who tells us about his passion for classics, while Conny just tries to keep up… See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
While Steve is away co-hosting the televised Barrett-Jackson collector car auction in Scottsdale, Arizona (tune in on FYI and A&E!), listen to his 1997 telephone interview with John Force Racing crew chief and Chi-Town Hustler legend - AUSTIN COIL - on how he built a $75,000 dynamometer to test superchargers before installing them and going racing.…
 
Steve transitions to the “Number Crunching / Press Commentary” section in the Ford chapter of his book, “Steve Magnante’s 1001 Muscle Car Facts”. Learn why Ford transit trucks drove the equivalent distance of 12 round trips to the Moon during the Fox Mustang convertible program, how Ford pulled 700 pounds out of the 1963-1/2 427 Galaxie lightweight…
 
Steve reads from the “Suspension and Brakes” section of the Ford chapter in his book “Steve Magnante’s 1001 Muscle car facts” and shares facts about Shelby wheels, Thunderbolt suspension modifications and a whole lot more! Brought to you by our sponsor AUTOWORLDSTORE.COM. Use promo code "STEVE" for a 10% discount!! Support the show (https://www.buz…
 
Learn why Ford’s 1960 352 High Performance engine was Detroit’s first super stock engine, how Ford kept the 1969-’70 Boss 302 from over-revving, and a whole lot more about Ford muscle machinery. Don't forget to check out our sponsors website AUTOWORLDSTORE.COM and use promo code "STEVE" to order your personnel FORD muscle car !! Support the show (h…
 
Steve tells why every 1969 Torino Talladega got an open differential, what made 2003-2004 Mustang SVT Cobra connecting rods special and a bunch of other Ford factoids. Brought to you by our sponsor AUTOWORLDSTORE.COM. Use promo code "STEVE" for a 10% discount!! Support the show (https://www.buzzsprout.com/1340482)…
 
Eighteen frisky Ford facts including why Ford painted the 1976 Starsky and Hutch Torino's TWICE, why the 1994 Mustang hood grew a barrel shaped profile, the long and winding route taken by every 1983-1993 Fox Mustang convertible from factory to completion and a lot, lot more. Brought to you by Autoworldstore.com. Support the show (https://www.buzzs…
 
Fourteen Ford Facts including how close Ford came to naming the 2003-2004 Mustang SVT Cobra the “Terminator”, The almost-was Boss 429 Galaxie, what engines powered the original Starsky and Hutch TV cop cars and a whole lot more. Sponsored by Autoworldstore.com. Support the show (https://www.buzzsprout.com/1340482)…
 
A 1997 telephone interview between Steve Magnante and Don Williamson, second owner of the legendary Brutus 1965 altered wheelbase funny car. Williamson describes the circumstances that led to near destruction of Brutus during a 1968 accident at the Irwindale Dragstrip. Support the show (https://www.buzzsprout.com/1340482)…
 
A 1997 telephone interview between Steve Magnante and Lew Arrington, owner and builder of the legendary Brutus 1965 GTO altered wheelbase funny car. Arrington passed away in 2008 but his legacy lives on. Support the show (https://www.buzzsprout.com/1340482)Christopher Roberts által
 
Description: In this episode, Steve delivers 26 final Buick Facts from the Suspension and Brakes and Number Crunching / Press Commentary segments of his book; Steve Magnante’s 1001 Muscle Car Facts. Get ready FORD fanatics your next !! Support the show (https://www.buzzsprout.com/1340482)Christopher Roberts által
 
Listen to Steve Magnante’s 1996 telephone interview with Detroit street racing legend Jimmy Addison as Steve gathers information for a magazine article he wrote for the October 1996 issue of Mopar Action magazine. Addison’s 1967 Hemi GTX was factory-backed and went undefeated on the Woodward Avenue street race scene. Listen as Addison describes how…
 
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