Well the episode finally aired and this season of #stickershock
is in the rearview mirror. Want to thank @carguydennis
for being gracious host. Can’t think of a better way to spend a Sunday for three slices of Pizza!
Would like to take the time here to thank the people who really helped me with the car over the years. @rogerstarkey
for the “Not Leather” interior, @jendros_customs
for all of the fabrication, suspension and body work assistance, Mike Carrasco for the help tuning of the “Not Nailhead” 350 Chevy, @the_painter_guy
for the great flame job which has drawn 1000’s of eyes over the years, the countless others who have helped me lighten the load in the trunk at the 100’s of car shows we’ve taken the car to (which is the most popular part of the car which didn’t get any attention at all) and of course my co pilot for life Rebecca who complains about the side windows which are still missing after all these years (yet went completely unmentioned during the 8 minute appraisal). Can’t really put a value on all the good times had in this car from back before me and @billy_crewl
wrecked it till taking out last Friday night. Big thanks also go out to @weberswebb @alexandriabaltazar
and Ben Wood for including me on the program.
If you missed the show last night check out my odd facial expressions on Discovery on Demand, Sticker Shock, Episode 13.