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Patina Code presents Stay With Me

Some people have all the luck ! Chris ( @thekideo ) on Instagram came in to let me know of his greatest find . A total of seven 1947- 1954 Chevy and GMC trucks ! Yep I'm trying to get my hands on one . #patinacode Find me on Instagram @patina_code

The King of Chevys Presents
The King of Chevys Presents - Big Rat President of Supernatural C.C

The King of Chevys Presents

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2021 76:27


Grabbing a seat at this week's table is Big Rat, President of Supernatural C.C.  He sets the record straight on if Big Punchie ever beat him and much more.  

C10 Talk
Mike "Moon Beam" Millan

C10 Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 121:01


Episode #227 is brought to you by out Title Sponsor United Pacific Industries.  www.UPcarParts.com - More than just truck lighting; bumpers, brackets, door parts and more.  www.brotherstrucks.com - Your source for 1947 Chevy and GMC restoration truck parts.  www.classicperform.com - Have you seen their new X10 Spindle, how about their fuel cells? Use "C10 Talk" at check out and save 10% www.psiconversion.com - When you are swapping that motor for an LS or LT based motor PSI has everything you need, including technical support! Use "C10 Talk" to save 5% off your total order.  www.dakotadigital.com - The best upgrade for your cab - VHX, HDX, and the Retro Rad RTX!  www.azproperformance.com - When you are ready to upgrade from stock - Pro Performance has what you need. www.mar-k.com - When you are building the best, expect the best for your truck build. Made in the USA. www.us-mags.com Picking the right wheel, can make or break your build, take a look at US Mags for your next set of wheels for your truck. Mike Millan, is a Husband, Father, Classic truck lover, Friend, Club Member and CANCER SURVIVOR!  Tune into episode #227 of C10 Talk to hear Mike "Moon Beam" Millan's amazing story of perseverance throughout his life.  Oh ya, there is a truck story too. Mike's step dad, Jack left him a 1976 Stepper when he passed, and at the time Mike wasn't really interested, well fast forward a few years, and his 1976 C10 "Poised Hipster" helped him at times continue to drive and fight through his cancer.  Every Truck has a Story, in this case its a whole lot more then just a truck story!  Thanks Mike for your time and inspiration.  You can visit Mikes blog to learn more about Mike and his journey.  www.mikemoonbeam.com  

classic pickup podcast
Episode 63, Brad Klimkowski

classic pickup podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 56:03


This week I caught Brad Klimkowski, he's a high school shop class teacher in Illinois, USA. Brad and his students are building some bad ass Classic Pickups, and we have a great chat about the journey and the trucks. I can honestly say, I wish I had had Brad as my teacher when I was a teenager, it would have made my life a hell of a lot different. Have a listen, I'm sure you will agree. You can check out Brad's students work via their instagram, @gbs_garage The podcast is sponsored in part by Classic Pickup Supplies. Please support them if you need parts for US build Ford and Chevy vehicles. www.classicpickupsupplies.com.au Please consider supporting the podcast with a monthly donation, via our Patreon page https://www.patreon.com/classicpickuppodcast To get in contact with me please email me at classicpickuppodcast@gmail.com Thank you for listening. Whipps.

The Truck Show Podcast
Ep. 204 - Dino's Git Down and Behind the Scenes at FWOTY

The Truck Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 141:33


Lightning convinces Dino from Dino's Git Down to let him come hang out and grabs a few interviews from within the C10 world, while Holman gives a peak behind the scenes at Four Wheeler's annual “Of The Year” competition.

Miss Z's Story Telling
Heat-April Part 1

Miss Z's Story Telling

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 30:11


At the beginning of April, Crystal is on her way to see her island lover. Crystal has enough of dealing with the office troubles coming from her boss. she needs to see her lover help her get back on track. She has dinner with Geneva, who is up in arms over her weight. Meanwhile, Chevy meets her new co-worker, who is causing her to become filled with jealousy. Noah is trying to reconcile with his partner, but it is not working out too well. The beginning of April is very chaotic for these four friends.Author: Geneva Hollidaywww.zoayaworksllc.comSupport the show (http://paypal.me/QueenZoaya)

TFL Talkin' Trucks
Ep. 94: These Are 2022's Trucks We Can't Wait To Drive!

TFL Talkin' Trucks

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 63:07


Welcome back to TFL Talkin' Trucks! Andre and Roman discuss the trucks we're most excited to drive in 2022 during this podcast, and we're recapping the best sights from this years Los Angeles Auto Show. 

MicCHEK
Ep. 92 - Christmas Movie ROUNDTABLE

MicCHEK

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 52:07


Tired of watching the same Christmas films every holiday season? You've come to the right place. In this episode we've lined up a panel of film critics to discuss their top Christmas films. Listen as we compile a list of 20 holiday films we think you'll enjoy.

The King of Chevys Presents
The King of Chevys Presents - Rick of Low Life Customs

The King of Chevys Presents

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 76:34


Rick from Low Life Customs, a legend of what some call the best era of lowriding has so much passion for this sport. Tune in to hear the stories he has for Tweet and Fuzzy.

classic pickup podcast
Ben Lawrence, 1950 LC3 Morris Commercial

classic pickup podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 54:38


This week I caught up Ben Lawrence from the Hunter Valley, he has built an awesome Morris Commerical truck, based on a Nissan Patrol Chassis and driveline. This is a non registered, non engineered rat rod build and its 100% cool. You can check out Ben's work via his Instagram, youtube and facebook @hunka_morris_co The podcast is sponsored in part by Classic Pickup Supplies. Please support them if you need parts for US build Ford and Chevy vehicles. www.classicpickupsupplies.com.au Please consider supporting the podcast with a monthly donation, via our Patreon page https://www.patreon.com/classicpickuppodcast To get in contact with me please email me at classicpickuppodcast@gmail.com Thank you for listening. Whipps.

C10 Talk
Git Down 2021

C10 Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 105:13


Episode #226 is brought to you by out Title Sponsor United Pacific Industries.  www.UPcarParts.com - More than just truck lighting; bumpers, brackets, door parts and more.  www.brotherstrucks.com - Your source for 1947 Chevy and GMC restoration truck parts.  www.classicperform.com - Have you seen their new X10 Spindle, how about their fuel cells? Use "C10 Talk" at check out and save 10% www.psiconversion.com - When you are swapping that motor for an LS or LT based motor PSI has everything you need, including technical support! Use "C10 Talk" to save 5% off your total order.  www.painlessperformance.com - Is it time to rewire that chassis - Painless Wiring has a wiring harness for you and your truck!   Interviews from this years event. 

TASTYCAST
The Game Awards 2021 Nominees - Who Will Win GOTY? Our Forza Horizon 5 Impressions

TASTYCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 151:18


Support what we do by liking, commenting, sharing this video and subscribing if you're new. Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/TastyLootGami...​ Seth's personal channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCteR...​ Audio only versions: iTunes - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast​​​ Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/3cmUaDz​​​ Anchor - https://anchor.fm/tastylootgaming​​​ Overcast - https://overcast.fm/itunes1375254919/​​​ Pocket Casts - http://pca.st/Z4xQ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ Radio Public - https://radiopublic.com/tastycast-6rV​​​ Castbox - https://castbox.fm/channel/id1254770​​​ Breaker - https://www.breaker.audio/tastycast​​​ Watch us stream: Seth - https://www.twitch.tv/tastysenpai​​​​​​​ Chevy - https://www.twitch.tv/TLGchevmo​​​​​​​​​ Kris - https://www.twitch.tv/tasty_fruit​​​ Socialize with us: Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/TastyLootGam...​ Seth on Twitter - https://twitter.com/TastyLootGaming​​​​​ Chevy on Twitter - https://twitter.com/TLGchevmo​​​ Kris on Twitter - https://twitter.com/TastyFruitTLG​​​​​​​ Music by SleepDivision (Seth) https://soundcloud.com/sleepdivision --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tastylootgaming/support

Trackside Podcast
Kevin and Curt discuss the latest IndyCar news, talk with Rahal Letterman Lanigan president Piers Phillips

Trackside Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 84:20


Tonight on Trackside, Kevin and Curt talk about the thrilling finish of Petit Le Mans at Road Atlanta, which closed out the IMSA season. They discuss Indy Lights champion Kyle Kirkwood's move to A.J. Foyt Racing to pilot the number 14 Chevy in 2022, and the possibility of a third car for the team next year.  Kevin and Curt talk about the potential pairing of Takuma Sato and David Malukas with Dale Coyne Racing, plus they discuss the rumors about a potential merger or partnership between Juncos Racing and Carlin Racing. They also talk about the third Arrow McLaren SP car and who could be in that ride full-time in 2023, and speculate on how many entries could attempt to qualify for the 2022 Indy 500.   Later in the show, they break down the Toyota-to-IndyCar rumors, and we're joined by Rahal Letterman Lanigan president Piers Phillips. He talks about the team's new driver lineup featuring Graham Rahal, Jack Harvey and Christian Lundgaard, plus RLL's expectations for 2022.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

TFL Talkin' Trucks
Ep. 93: These Are The Most Overhyped & The Most Underappreciated Trucks You Can Buy!

TFL Talkin' Trucks

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 57:55


Welcome back to TFL Talkin' Trucks! Andre and Nathan discuss some of the most overhyped trucks out there, as well as those that don't get the appreciation we think they deserve.

About Last Night
#622 - Chevy Chase

About Last Night

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 72:20


Chevy Chase ( SNL, Caddyshack, Xmas Vacation, Fletch ) is a comedy legend. Inspired by his father & Chaplin, his path to physical comedy, SNL days, Xmas Vacation stories, Dan Akroyd, Three Amigos, and his hilarious daughter - sketch actor, writer, comedian Caley - who joins us for this very special episode of the show. Enjoy it, and follow Chevy on IG @chevychase & Caley @caleyleigh. MERCH www.shopadamray.com TOUR DATES www.adamraycomedy.com INSTAGRAM & TWITTER @adamraycomedy You can find more from Adam Ray at www.adamraycomedy.com ALBUMS "I'll take it from Here" "Read The Room" "Songs for The People" All available on Spotify, Itunes, Amazon Music Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

TASTYCAST
Reaction: Final Fantasy XIV Endwalker Launch Trailer Lies of P Gameplay & Lost Ark Beta Impressions

TASTYCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 134:52


Support what we do by liking, commenting, sharing this video and subscribing if you're new. Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/TastyLootGami...​ Seth's personal channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCteR...​ Audio only versions: iTunes - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast​​​ Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/3cmUaDz​​​ Anchor - https://anchor.fm/tastylootgaming​​​ Overcast - https://overcast.fm/itunes1375254919/​​​ Pocket Casts - http://pca.st/Z4xQ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ Radio Public - https://radiopublic.com/tastycast-6rV​​​ Castbox - https://castbox.fm/channel/id1254770​​​ Breaker - https://www.breaker.audio/tastycast​​​ Watch us stream: Seth - https://www.twitch.tv/tastysenpai​​​​​​​ Chevy - https://www.twitch.tv/TLGchevmo​​​​​​​​​ Kris - https://www.twitch.tv/tasty_fruit​​​ Socialize with us: Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/TastyLootGam...​ Seth on Twitter - https://twitter.com/TastyLootGaming​​​​​ Chevy on Twitter - https://twitter.com/TLGchevmo​​​ Kris on Twitter - https://twitter.com/TastyFruitTLG​​​​​​​ Music by SleepDivision (Seth) https://soundcloud.com/sleepdivision --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tastylootgaming/support

C10 Talk
SEMA 2021 - Coverage from the Show

C10 Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 111:38


Episode #225 is brought to you by out Title Sponsor United Pacific Industries.  www.UPcarParts.com - More than just truck lighting; bumpers, brackets, door parts and more.  www.brotherstrucks.com - Your source for 1947 Chevy and GMC restoration truck parts.  www.classicperform.com - Have you seen their new X10 Spindle, how about their fuel cells? Use "C10 Talk" at check out and save 10% www.psiconversion.com - When you are swapping that motor for an LS or LT based motor PSI has everything you need, including technical support! Use "C10 Talk" to save 5% off your total order.  www.dakotadigital.com - The best upgrade for your cab - VHX, HDX, and the Retro Rad RTX!  www.azproperformance.com - When you are ready to upgrade from stock - Pro Performance has what you need. www.us-mags.com - When you are looking for the right wheel for your Classic Truck, think US-Mags - I mean their name "mags" says it all!  Thanks for tuning into #225 of C10 Talk, coverage from this years SEMA event in Las Vegas.  John Oro stops by the C10 Studio for a drop in interview and share his thoughts about his SEMA experience, Showing off his '71 2wd Blazer, the Prom Queen.  Also on the docket are Jay "Lightning" Tilles with project Lok Jaw a bad ass C20 with a supercharged Duramax. Mr Gale Banks the Engineering and Diesel Master. Chris Stafford from Stafford's Garage with his 1990 454 SS truck "RelentleSS".  Also I was able to chat with Brad Deberti about his 6 wheel, tandem C10 - the C10 Slayer. Born Vintage Hot Rods, and Tim from Salvage 2 Savage, and their '85 C10 S2Sla - Electric Truck.  A jammed pack episode for sure.  Thanks for tuning in, and if you are traveling out for the 11th annual Dinos Chevy Only Git Down, safe travels. Ronnie       

V8 Radio
Coverage of the 2021 SEMA Show, Hydrogen Powered Hot Rods, Automotive Trivia, and More on the V8 Radio Podcast!

V8 Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 73:49


The V8 Radio team was in full-force at the 2021 SEMA Show in Las Vegas, and this is just one of several episodes covering the event. You'll find a general overview of the show, and also an interview with Mike Copeland of Arrington Performance about their supercharged LS-powered 1948 Chevy pickup that they reconfigured to run on Hydrogen! It got tons of attention at the show, because it makes around 500 horsepower with nearly zero emissions! Is this the future of hot rodding? Throw in some trivia and other nonsense and you have another engaging episode of the V8 Radio Podcast!

The Dale Jr. Download - Dirty Mo Media
365 - Austin Dillon & Eric Warren: Chevy Next Gen 101

The Dale Jr. Download - Dirty Mo Media

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 135:23


Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Mike Davis sit down with NASCAR driver Austin Dillon and Dr. Eric Warren, Director of NASCAR Programs for Chevrolet, for a candid discussion about the NASCAR Next Gen car that is set to launch in 2022. This new racecar marks the beginning of a new era in NASCAR. With the new chassis comes a pile of questions, uncertainty, fear, and doubt. Earnhardt and Davis waste no time addressing the big topics of concern about the newly designed chassis. Warren, who spearheaded much of Chevrolet's involvement in the development of the Next Gen car, brings us inside the decisions and the intricate details from development to production of this state-of-the-art machine. Dillon, well, he's been behind the wheel of the Next Gen in test sessions. He brings a unique perspective from the driver's seat of the new-age stock car. Speaking of stock... this thing sure looks stock! Chevrolet and Richard Childress Racing brought one of the sleek Next Gen cars to the Studio so the gang could see it first hand. Warren and Earnhardt discuss the importance of the design and the street look of this Camaro racer. The testing of the Next Gen car hasn't been 100-percent smooth. A crash by William Byron early in testing helped the design team learn about the behavior of the new design. What happened during the wreck and how did the car react to the heavy impact? Is the racecar too rigid? Warren addresses the rumor mill surrounding the Talladega crash test and talks about the changes in development that are designed to lessen the impact on the driver. Dale Jr. tested the NASCAR Next Gen car at North Carolina's Bowman Gray Stadium. He shares his experience with Dillon and the two bring their thoughts from the cockpit to the table. Is the steering lock an issue? What is it like to drive with a sequential shifter? What about the limited split differential? And are their legitimate concerns of extreme cockpit temperatures, that at one test session reached a sweltering 170 degrees, an issue that is being resolved? Dillon also gives Dale Jr. first-hand accounts of how the Next Gen car will perform in the draft at the Superspeedways. No questions were left off the table, including a curious inquiry by Dale Jr about a possible Hybrid future in NASCAR competition. Before our guests arrived, the DJD gang breaks down the finale at Phoenix. Was Daniel Hemric's walk-off title-winning first career win possibly his last? How powerful was the emotion of Kyle Larson's victory lap? We also learn that Dale Jr has an affinity for things from the '80s. Well Duh? He details his stay in a popular Phoenix-area hotel and the rockin' sunset that made him feel so warm and fuzzy. In AskJr presented by Xfinity, Dale Jr. discusses Speedway Motorsports Incorporated's purchase of Dover Motorsports Inc and what it could mean for Dover and Nashville. We also talk about Carolina Panthers' player Jeremy Chinn's Dale Jr. tribute, Dale's role in the movie Cars, and what he really thinks about the NASCAR playoff format. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Driven Radio Show
Driven Radio Show #141: Crew Show

Driven Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 41:52


Brett, Mark, and Corey discuss the release of Ped Watt's new coffee table book The Journey, the Corvette Z06 launch, Marcello Gandini's aversion to the new Countach, Chevy's new monster crate engine, the upcoming Honda Civic R, and the massive recall of all the Chevy Bolts ever made. Mark says goodbye to his personal hero. All this and much more on this week's Driven Radio Show! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Playing On Air: A Theater Podcast
THE WAYFARER'S CODE by Brittany K. Allen

Playing On Air: A Theater Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2021 31:19


Airstreams, Winnebagos, Chevys, the blood brothers of RV circuit, take us from the shackles of modernity to the freedom of the road! Two couples who might not otherwise cross paths befriend each other in a Texas RV Park, and declare their mutual independence. THE WAYFARER'S CODE, another world premiere James Stevenson Commission, is written by playwright Brittany Allen and features Frankie Faison (“The Wire,” Fences), Caitlin O'Connell (The Crucible, The Heiress), Robin de Jesús (The Boys in the Band, In the Heights), and Calvin Leon Smith (“The Underground Railroad,” “The Deuce”). THE WAYFARER'S CODE is directed by Marchánt Davis (Ain't No' Mo', The Great Society) and features music by composer Tom Kochan (Almost, Maine, The Elephant Man). Graphic design is by Harrison Gale. After the play, host Claudia Catania joins the playwright, director, and cast for a behind the scenes interview.

In The Draft Show - NASCAR Talk
ITD: NASCAR Championship Race Preview!

In The Draft Show - NASCAR Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2021 66:34


The 2021 NASCAR Championship race is here! We preview the Championship 4, talk the latest NASCAR News - along with the Paint Scheme Preview and Picks for Phoenix!The Rundown:- Martinsville - Alex Bowman wins- Hamlin-Bowman clash- Playoff cutoff - who was eliminated- Martinsville Ratings, Surprise Finishers- NASCAR News:- We Preview the Championship 4- Chevy wins the Manufacturer's Title- Kyle Busch says something stupid, gets a prize for it- 2022 NASCAR Broadcast Schedule- Charters going for a LOT of money- Keselowski will get a new Crew Chief - and it is a good choice- Sponsor News- Phoenix! Our Paint Scheme Preview and Picks for the season finaleFind all of the latest episodes at InTheDraftShow.com, follow on Twitter and Instagram @IntheDraftShow - and like the show on Facebook at facebook.com/InTheDraftShowThanks for listening!

The King of Chevys Presents
The King of Chevys Presents - First Lady Tina from Supernatural C.C.

The King of Chevys Presents

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 67:47


Hanging out with our Sis Tina from Supernatural CC. Dropping jewels on us and sharing her stories on how and who inspired her to join this sport we call Lowriding!

Brocast
#101- Si quema cuhhhhh ft: Arturo in da chevy

Brocast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 70:02


Today we have a special guest: Arturo in d chevy. He talks to us about his passion for trucks. Building them, taking them to truck meets, being in a truck club etc. Have a seat and enjoy the show! Follow him on IG: @arturo_in_d_chevy --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Tarleton Radio
Written From The Dump

Tarleton Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 2:01


Howdy y'all! Listen in to found out what was written from the dump.T for Texas is a short weekly History show, where Dr. T Lindsey Baker takes you on a journey throughout all of Texas' history one local story at a time.Tfortexas.org

Working Capital The Real Estate Podcast
Building Wealth from Rentals with Ashley Kehr | EP77

Working Capital The Real Estate Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 47:07


Ashley Kehr Holds Degrees in Financing and Public Accounting and is a License Insurance Agent. She Purchased Her First Rental Property in 2014 and since then has Grown her Buy and Hold Portfolio Consisting of Residential Property, Commercial Property and Mobile Home Parks. Ashley is also the co-host of the BiggerPockets Real Estate Rookie Podcast with a Goal to help Newbies figure out the Actionable Steps Necessary to get their first deal. Currently, Ashley lives near Buffalo, NY on a Dairy Farm with her husband and three boys. She Spends most of her time Educating New Investors, Analyzing deals, Seeking the Next Adventure, and living a spontaneous life. In this episode we talked about: Ashley's Bio & Background Property Management The First Duplex Deal Investing in Mobile Home Parks A Pivot to Camp Grounds The Underwriting for Camp Grounds Regulatory Environment The Philosophy of the Trade-off between Potential Income and Value Real Estate Risks and Opportunities in the Next 2 years Mentorship, Resources and Lessons Learned Useful links: https://www.instagram.com/wealthfromrentals/?hl=en Transcriptions: Jesse (0s): Welcome to the working capital real estate podcast. My name is Jesper galley. And on this show, we discuss all things real estate with investors and experts in a variety of industries that impact real estate. Whether you're looking at your first investment or raising your first fund, join me and let's build that portfolio one square foot at a time. Ladies and gentlemen, my name is Jesper gala and you're listening to working capital the real estate podcast. My special guest today is Ashley Kerr. Ashley holds degrees in finance and public accounting and is a licensed insurance agent.   She purchased her first rental property in 2014 and has since grown her buy and hold portfolio consisting of residential property, commercial property and mobile home parks. Ashley is also the cohort cohost of the bigger pockets, real estate rookie podcast with a goal to help newbies in real estate, figure out the actual steps necessary to get their first deal. Currently. Ashley, we just talked about this. You live near Buffalo, New York on a dairy farm of all things with your husband and three boys. How are you doing   Ashley (1m 2s): Good. Thank you so much for having   Jesse (1m 3s): Me right on. So I guess just on that, on that point, you are in Buffalo, so we're probably just a two hour drive away from each other. The dairy farm is that that's a family run thing or?   Ashley (1m 15s): Yeah, so my husband's family, he's third generation. And basically when I moved out of my parents' house, I moved to here and lived down the pharmacist.   Jesse (1m 25s): I love it. We were just chatting before the show. I'm kind of on the heels of, of BP con in new Orleans. Ashley was, you were speaking on a panel, you mentioned before. It was a panel of, I guess, women in real estate. Is that correct?   Ashley (1m 40s): It was all about women that have succeeded in real estate and their advice to inspire other women to get started.   Jesse (1m 49s): Awesome. Great. Well, like they can attest to the fact that we had a great time out there. Didn't cross paths at this time, but maybe next year at next BB con.   Ashley (2m 0s): Yeah, definitely. I there's so many people there so many awesome people to me, it's hard to even get from point a to B because you just run into people. Maybe you met online or people you wanted to meet or just, you know, somebody that comes up to you that heard your story. Yeah.   Jesse (2m 15s): I couldn't agree more Ashley for our listeners that don't know you have a really great presence online, Instagram kind of showcases some of the stuff you're doing, but for those that don't don't know your background, could you give us a little bit of a background of, you know, how you started out, how you got into this world of real estate that we, that we all love?   Ashley (2m 36s): Yeah, of course I, so when I graduated college, I got married and I started working at a CPA firm and I was going to get licensed as a CPA and just work as an accountant. Well, I lasted about six months and I really hated it. So I ended up quitting my job and I was just going to be a stay at home mom. I was going to get pregnant, have babies and live on the farm. Well, about two weeks into my unemployment, my friend's dad approached me and he had a 40 unit apartment complex that he wanted me to run for him.   And so I agreed I could do it from home. It would be part-time. And basically from there, I grew a property management company for himself, for him and all of his properties. It ended up being about 80 residential and about 20 commercial properties that I was managing for him. So to start my first deal, I actually approached his son and said, look what your dad is doing. We should do this. And we bought our first duplex in 2014. And that was how I got started.   Just kind of watching somebody else learning from him and working for him. I gained a lot of experience and knowledge.   Jesse (3m 49s): That's incredible. And that was only, I mean, 2014, right? Not too long ago. Yeah. So in terms of basically saying here's a 40 unit apartment, what were the details, was that, was that something local that you could do or was it, you know, it wasn't across state lines.   Ashley (4m 6s): Yeah, it was right in the town, you know, 10 minutes from my house as in the town that I had gone to high school. And so I knew the town very well. It was very convenient to get to. And I started off with a small little office there that I could go to if need be. And actually just my first day was the first of the month. It was April 1st, 2013. And so all the rent checks are coming in and I was like so nervous that I wasn't going to track them properly. That all 40 checks that came in, I actually photocopied all of them before I actually deposited them.   And I spent pretty much, it took me, I think like full two full years to actually build out my systems and processes for property management. But it was definitely a learning experience. I ripped my hair out a lot. I cried and life is much better now not doing property management. I ended up outsourcing property management to a third party in February, 2020. So I gave up the property management on my properties and also with the same investor. So now I just do asset management for both of us.   Jesse (5m 11s): Was there a reason that a, that person had had come to you for managing that, that 40 unit? Or was it just happenstance?   Ashley (5m 21s): I actually grew up next door to him, his daughter and I were best friends growing up. And I actually went on vacation with their family when I had just quit my job just because I had nothing else to do. And I that's where they were talking about who needs help. And I think there was kind of this mindset. They had that because I was an accountant. I was capable of managing and running a building, which really wasn't true. I could do the bookkeeping for it. But as far as I had to spend a lot of time learning the rules, the regulations and stuff like that and how to make it actually run efficiently.   So, but that was really just it. The, it was more his wife and his kids like pushing him. You need somebody to help you. And so I ended up doing a lot of admin stuff for him too in personal assistant stuff. And then he brought me in an all these projects. I helped him build a 40,000 square foot dealership. I helped him purchase a dealership. I helped him start an insurance agency. So I'm so grateful for him, for him because he brought me in on so many opportunities that a lot of people don't have that I guess, advantage.   Jesse (6m 32s): Yeah, for sure. It's like the school of hard knocks for a few real estate. So property management is, is one of those professions where it's, it's a lot of hard work. It's a lot it's can be a very stressful job. And usually when you're doing a great job of it, nobody calls you and says, Hey, you're doing a great job. So usually you get the call when there's an issue. How did you, well, I guess first, when did you realize that that was something maybe you didn't want to do at least you personally doing for, for long-term and, and w was there a light bulb moment that, you know, you came across that you, you thought, Hey, let's, let's go buy real estate.   Like you're talking about.   Ashley (7m 8s): Yeah, actually the light bulb moment was when I helped him purchase the dealership. So I saw how he was purchasing a business and what he was doing was taking his properties that he owned and refinancing them, pulling the equity out. And he was able to make a cash offer on this business and purchase it. And I still remember sitting in the attorney's office at the closing table and he had had me set up the LLC. He had had me set up the bank account and I was the one signing that huge check that was given at the closing table.   And just the fact that he put that pen in my hand and had me write that check. I had never even seen a check that big of a month before I think really had an impact on me. And I saw like the power of the real estate that he had and how he used the equity to further advance his investments. So that was the biggest aha moment for me.   Jesse (8m 4s): Yeah. And you kind of got the, I mean, learning by osmosis by you actually doing it, but it's kind of like, I, at least I see it as there's that psychological barrier for a lot of people, as you know, with, with our industry, but you basically being the proxy, they're signing the check for him that I've, I probably broke down some psychological barriers about who can or can't buy real estate at that scale.   Ashley (8m 26s): Yeah, definitely. And even he had me do all of his financing. So anytime he went and got loans, I was in charge of that. I did all that. I worked with banks and that also helped me build a network of loan officers too, because I was super diligent about being timely in responding to loan officers, getting them what they wanted and working with them. And they liked that working relationship. And so when I started investing myself, I had a lot of loan officers that were very eager to work with me because they knew that I would provide to them what they needed to make the loan work.   Jesse (9m 2s): Yeah. Attention to detail and, and staying on top of them that didn't know traits that would explain or describe a CPA there. Yeah. So in terms of you, you pivoting to, or moving on to saying here's an opportunity that you think that you and this investor that you worked with that would purchase it, how did that property come along? What was that deal like?   Ashley (9m 24s): So I started talking to my, the investor son, just putting a little bug in his ear. Like, I think we should do this. And actually the first property that I found, I sent it to him. I said, I think this is the one we should buy. And we went and looked at it and we put an offer. It was accepted. And so he brought the money, he had savings that was going to be the cash offer on the property and how we structured. It was, we became 50 50. So I would do the property management, manage the remodel and do all the leasing.   And then he was the money guy. But also what we did was to make it less risky for him. He also received a monthly principal and interest payment every month. So he was making five and a half percent on his money. It was amortized over 15 years. And then he was getting 50% of the equity in the property and 50% of the cashflow and the property too. So it was a very, I guess, a good offer for him because it was less risky because he was tied into it so much in getting all this benefit from it.   And for me, it was just a way for me to get started, look like right now, I would never do that deal with anyone, but looking back like that got me started. And I I'm super grateful   Jesse (10m 43s): For that. And was that a, was that a local deal?   Ashley (10m 47s): Yeah, so it was in the same town where I was managing the, the apartment complexes and we stuck in that town for, I think our first three deals. And then for our fourth one, we ended up venturing into the city more and then starting to spread out.   Jesse (11m 2s): So in terms of you, you started in this, this duplex, you said for this first deal, and now, you know, just kind of touching on that. That's not a deal you would do now, but how has that growth to the second deal? Was it, was it zero to one or was it one to 10? Like how did, what was the type of deal that you did after that? Duplex,   Ashley (11m 21s): After the duplex was another duplex and it was actually on the same street, just a couple houses down and it went up for sale and my partner ended up putting a line of credit on his house and that's how we, we use that money to purchase the second one. And then we ended up doing a portfolio loan, putting a mortgage on both of them pulling the cash out of them. And that's how we purchased our third home right around the corner too. So we bought three just within a couple blocks of each other.   Jesse (11m 49s): Very cool. So in terms of over the, I guess now, well it's seven years, a little bit, almost eight over that process. You've, you've obviously ventured out to other areas in commercial real estate. Well, what was that process like? It was, there was this, it sounds like at the beginning, at least it was a gradual thing, but was there another, whether you call it a hot moment or was there a big leap in saying, okay, I'm going to, I'm going to try my hand at this, you know, this asset class or moving out into larger deals.   Ashley (12m 18s): Yeah. At first I was very focused on duplexes, small multifamily. The largest I bought in the beginning was a six unit. And then the smallest was a duplex. And I, I was really focused on that and I really became very confident and comfortable purchasing in my market on those properties. So a lot of people ask if I still consider myself a rookie, if I'm purchasing a small multifamily my market. No, I don't. I think I'm very experienced in that. Any other kind of investing? Yes, definitely in that.   So I, I stuck with that and then I ended up just having this opportunity to buy this mixed use commercial building and the investor that I worked for. He owned a liquor store and I saw the power of his liquor store and just the uniqueness of it. And it could be a cash cow and just kind of diversify your portfolio. And so I ended up buying my first commercial building, where I put the, the liquor store in that building. And that was my first kind of different strategy than I went after since then.   So that building finished in 2020, we opened up the liquor store in November, 2020, since then I have been like all over the place, especially hosting a podcast is so bad for my shiny object syndrome because I hear all these things that are like, I just want to do that. They're like sounds awesome. All these different things. So I spent a lot of time going after self storage, mobile home parks and campgrounds. And I recently went to four conferences back to back and I finally have realized that I'm going to focus on campgrounds.   I do have a mobile home park under contract, which I'm going to continue with that. It's a sweet deal. I did have a self storage under contract, but it fell through because the seller wouldn't do a phase two environmental study. Yeah. So the phase one recommended it and the owner said no. So I falling out of contract on that one. And then I'm working on getting a campground under contract now. But I think my big aha moment as to why I was focusing on campgrounds is I had a couple of people talk to me during the conference and really like point out to me what I'm struggling with.   And point out facts, such as look at all the successful investors I'm friends with. He said, look at your network. Are all of them going after like three big asset classes right now? And the answer was no, they're all focused on one. Maybe they started out focused on something like I started out focused multifamily, but then now I'm pivoting. I have that down. I have that strategy, you know, set it's running smoothly and now I can pivot on onto something else, but you don't see these experienced successful investors going after three or four large strategies at once and seeing what will work.   And then the second aha moment for me was I was telling somebody about this campground that I was offering on. And he was like, that's, that's it. And I was like, what are you talking about? I know I want to offer. And he's like, no, that's what you're excited about. He was like, you just spewed off so many different random facts and stats and all this stuff. When you've talked about self storage, your mobile home park, it's just like, oh yeah, I got a mobile home park under contract. Like you don't have that excitement. So that was a big aha moment for me too, was that I'm actually excited about investing in campus.   Jesse (15m 39s): So leading up to campgrounds, which I want to talk about because we, we don't, I don't think we've ever really gone into detail at all on the show, in terms of that process, that takes you from the first few investments to where you're doing these, you know, more commercial side of the business deals. How, how did that develop from the team point of view in terms of networking with other people or having other people influence the decisions you made for those future properties?   Ashley (16m 6s): Yeah. So up until this mobile home park that I have on our contract, I had never paid more than $152,000 on a property. And that was my sixth unit. Everything else had been below that. So my mobile home park is $750,000. That is a huge like jump for me. And that was like a huge mindset shift for me to get over that hurdle because I'd never even spent close to that amount of money or looked for that amount of money.   I've always done well with creative financing and finding money, but to find that much money was like, like nerve wracking. But I spent the last year and probably if you would have talked to me two months ago, I wouldn't even have realized this yet, but I spent the last year doing so much networking. There's a group of people. It next month will be our sixth time meeting up for various events or different things. And I think just talking with them, seeing what they're doing has really kind of helped me eliminate a lot of my limited mindset and knowing that I can achieve these things, I am capable of doing this.   And if I work hard enough, I'm going to find a way I'm not going to give up. And so that definitely helped just seeing what these other people are doing. I even had a James Dainer and he's an investor from Seattle and he runs a very successful company. He endangered, he actually let me come and job shadow him for three days. And I just got to like, see the inner workings of his mind. I got to sit in in all his meetings and that was so awesome. And it's such a cool opportunity. So if anyone is trying to, like, you feel stuck, reach out to people in your network and just go and watch what they're doing and see it.   And it's, it's definitely motivating. I get so pumped up after I surround myself with other investors.   Jesse (17m 59s): Yeah, for sure. And I mean it to the conferences or, you know, speaking with other like-minded individuals, even at, at BB con when we were in new Orleans, it is I think a relative thing where people, I hope that when listeners hear, you know, $20 million, $40 million deal it's, there is that aspect of like, it is relative. There was a, there was a point where, you know, somebody jumping from a million to $5 million or 100,000 to 500,000 or less is, you know, for that person, it's five times what they've done before 10 times, what they've done before.   But I feel like once you do that enough times, you get that aspect of, oh, wait a minute. It really is that the concepts are the same. The deals are bigger, right?   Ashley (18m 40s): 'cause, you're getting like the same ratio of compare, like your, your rental income to the purchase price. Like if that ratio is still the same, who cares if it's a hundred thousand dollars property or, you know, a $1 million property, I guess. Yeah.   Jesse (18m 55s): I find the way I conceptualize the moving from, you know, your first property or second property, not really, I guess more so when you move from certain size of properties, to me, there's a category of one you can continue to bootstrap and then another, you have to raise external capital. Right. And, and what that inflection point is, is going to be different on the individual, right. You know, if you're one or two individuals, there's a certain level where you cannot afford to purchase that property, unless you create a structure where you're raising capital.   And I'm curious for yourself that 700,000, you mentioned creative financing. Did you underwrite it from a pure debt point of view and put in your own capital, or was that something where you had to create a vehicle where you were raising capital?   Ashley (19m 41s): So I spent all my money on real estate. So I have no money. I actually did two offers to the seller. I did one where I'd go and just get a commercial loan to purchase the property. And then I did one at seller financing and I did the seller financing at his asking price. And I said, you know, I'm willing to negotiate on terms. And he told me, I knew $2,500 a month. So I took, and I amortized the loan over 25 years at three and a half percent.   And that came out to $2,500 a month. And so I got a nice interest rate, a long-term loan, and then he needed, he's actually, he lives on the property. So he's actually moving off the property and he's building a house. So he needed some money for that to build the house. So I am putting some money down on the property, but I actually sold a property. And that's, what's going to fund that down payment.   Jesse (20m 41s): There you go. So that's creative. It's funny, you mentioned that one deal that didn't go through because you had the phase two environmental where, you know, there are all these strategies that you can use where we have a property right now that we have contamination on it. And it's really a matter of, of remediation. And part of their creative strategy, most likely will be a purchaser that comes along where we have to do, you know, a short seller financing or VTB on it to get it, you know, get the environmental assessment. But again, like, it's really just a matter of thinking outside of the box. And I'm sure you, as an accountant, you're like, okay, 2,500, we'll figure out what numbers those need to be to make that payment happen.   Ashley (21m 17s): Yeah. As soon as he said that, I got like excited inside and I was like my smile and be like, okay, well, how about if we did it this?   Jesse (21m 27s): So if we were to pivot to the campgrounds, this is something that, I mean, I don't know a lot about, I know we had Brandon on talking more about, you know, mobile, mobile home parks seem to continue to be the trend. Obviously multifamily is on fire, but yeah, for, for a complete newbie campgrounds, how did you come across them? And, and why do you get so excited when you, when you, when you're talking about?   Ashley (21m 54s): So I actually came across this campground that was close to me for sale. It was actually on LoopNet. And I found that the day was listen, I got to be the first person to go and see it. And the older gentleman that owned it, he took me through the whole property, along with my broker. And just like, I could see so much value add and all these different revenue streams just popping out at me. And so that's what really got my interest. And like, my family had cam when we were younger, my parents still have an RV.   We have like family land that we turned into, like a private campground, I guess. But so I have some experience in that and I love the outdoors and camping, all these different things, but just walking through that property and seeing the potential, like just even Wade whacking, the property was going to add so much value. The basketball net had like rocks or something, like holding it down and I wasn't even faced the right way. And just like all these things just super easy improvements could increase the value of it.   The second thing that really enticed me about that property was that there, I think there was 164 sites and about 120 of those were seasonal. So people came in in the spring and this was in Buffalo. So campgrounds are closed in the winter, but they came in, in the spring, left their camper there, they paid a seasonal rate. And then they came and picked up in the fall. And that really limits the daily check-in checkout, which I kind of liked that model a lot more because I'd like to stay away from as much operation as possible. So I offered on that property.   Hannah was like my biggest offer after it was 1.4 million and they were asking 1.5 and they had me go through, I was getting bank financing on that. And they had me go through a bunch of hurdles, like sending them so much stock to make sure I was really a qualified buyer. And then they ended up getting an offer from a capital group out of Los Angeles that beat me out. They did offer 1.5 million and they ended up getting it, but it made like the Buffalo news and stuff that this campground was, they stopped taking stop doing showings because there was two competitive offers from a capital group in Los Angeles and local investor, which is me, but that was like, so he got the bug there.   And then I realized like after I lost that on it, like, wow, I was actually, I really enjoyed that. So I started looking a little bit more and reading about different revenue streams. I got a couple of people on the podcast, the real estate Wiki podcast too, who are investing in campgrounds and one that wanted to start investing, but had done a ton of research, had them on the podcast so I can learn some more. And so then from there I found another one and I'm currently trying to get one under contract now.   And I just did a, an episode on the bigger pockets, real estate podcast with David Green. And I mentioned on there that I'm looking for campgrounds and that was released yesterday and already today. I have so many people sending me deals. So anybody else   Jesse (25m 4s): I'm sure. Yeah. It's a, it's a great, you know, selfish or symbiotic. I don't know you want to call it, but where we can, we can have people, we can have guests on we're. I mean, the value, hopefully we're giving is we're, we're getting it in return from having the guest on. And obviously listeners just hearing a boat, like I would never have thought a campgrounds. Now I'm going to look into what's the, what's the Canadian market, like in campgrounds. Just curious. I'm curious though, from the, from the perspective of you come across this, this, this camp brown, you start seeing all the different revenue, potential revenue, streams, the underwriting for a campground obviously, or maybe not obviously, but from my perception, it seems like you're buying a bit more of an operational business.   It's not as much pure real estate, but when you're underwriting it, are you looking at it as a, you know, as somewhat similar to a cap rate, like you're looking at the yields annually, are you looking at which companies that you would need to employ to, to manage the thing? W what did that look like for you being, especially being an accountant where it seems like those types of things would be at the top of the list for you?   Ashley (26m 11s): Yeah. So actually what I did at first was I AIG Osborn had, he has an available a self storage deal analysis calculator. I actually took that. And I use that for that first property that I put an offer in. And I tailored that to like, okay, so he has, you know, the size of the storage units. How many of those units do they have? And then what's the, you know, the monthly rate for that. And I just like, changed it. Okay. There is, you know, 50 full RV hookup sites.   There's maybe 50 with only electric or something. And I just tailored it to kind of fit a campground. So I've been actually working on that because there is not really a template or a calculator to analyze a campground because they're so different. Each one is so unique with what they have to offer and what are those different revenue streams. That's also what entices me, because there's so much different ways you can generate revenue off of a campground.   So for the deal analysis, it's really been, so I'm only offering on my second one, I've analyzed maybe four or five in total now. And I just, I have to completely almost redo the spreadsheet every single time, because they're going to have different expenses. They're going to have a different income streams. So I really just start by making a list of what I think the revenue is. It can generate. And then I'm pulling comps. I'm looking at websites of other RV parks in the area.   And I'm like, okay, what is their daily rate? What's their seasonal rate. A lot of times it even says what they charge for different things. So like one campground had a zip line and ATVs or whatever, and you'd pay like $25 for a day pass, use the activities. Okay, well, I could do that online, and this is what I could charge. So pulling comps on the campgrounds, because that's going to be your competition. People are going to look at what's around, especially the seasonal, because seasonal campers usually don't live that far from where they're parking their camper, usually within an hour, because they're going there on weekends, you know, the days off or even just for a night sometimes, and then commuting bathroom work, blackout work.   The one that I had offered on first at the Mo the owner said, the majority of people there lived within 30 minutes of where they were keeping their campsite. So if they're looking in that area, that's definitely going to be, your competition is looking right there and see what amenities they have, and then kind of figure out the price. It's almost like a, how an appraiser does an appraisal, those do the bedroom, count the bathrooms and then compares them and like, okay, this is the average, this is what I can put that value to that property.   Jesse (29m 4s): It's almost like how many things can we unitize and figure out what those, what those costs are or income is in terms of the, as a complete outsider in this, in this sector. Is there a case for campgrounds? Like, are there situations where the campground you can purchase the business itself, but not the real estate? Or are those always kind of co-mingled   Ashley (29m 28s): No, you definitely can where you do like a land contract, but that would be something that I'm not interested in at all. I like the idea of owning the property. And I joked when I went this recent one I'm offering, I joke that in 10 years, I'm going to pay it off. I'm going to kick everybody out and I'm just going to build my dream house live there.   Jesse (29m 50s): So actually we were on one of the panels that we had in, at the conference we were talking about, well, it was, it was a question for a couple of us on the panel and it was talking about the regulatory environment. And I thought, it'd be interesting to ask you because New York state, I think is probably of all the states, it's probably has a little bit more of regulatory kind of work to get through from a landlord tenant perspective. How, how have you looked at real estate or how has that impacted how you look at real estate, especially in your, in your state?   Ashley (30m 23s): Yeah, so it's definitely not a landlord friendly state, New York by all means. So everything really changed for the worse in June of 2019. And even now just with COVID the, the regulations they put on, on evictions and everything like that has been awful to deal with and what tenants can get away with. And it definitely has deterred me from wanting to keep building a portfolio here. I think that I do have a nice sized portfolio.   And if I, which I do think I will continue doing a bunch of burgers is I'll, I'll go out of state and kind of diversify in different markets. Maybe do a couple here a year still, just because it's so easy for me. Cause I know the market and I know the properties and I get a lot of deals sent to me. But yeah, we, we were lucky. We didn't have too many people that didn't pay during COVID, but there's one person that hasn't paid since COVID and we can't evict them.   We can't do anything. So I was very thankful that I gave up property management before COVID hit, because I wouldn't be bald ripping my hair out even more. So that was nice. But yeah, I, I think that if you are investing on state, don't come to me here.   Jesse (31m 46s): Yeah. Yeah. I think there's a, there's definitely a different, I mean, we're, we're very, I think our whole country safer for Alberta is, is a challenging regulatory environment. I think rent stabilization and rent control. We had a professor actually from New York city from NYU that was talking about the history of rent control and rent stabilization in New York state and then across the country. But I think for us, I'm not sure if it's the same for you, but basically we have a certain amount that we can raise every year. And they're really the only time you can raise above that is when a new tenant comes in.   I'm not sure if it's the same kind of,   Ashley (32m 20s): Yeah, we don't have that like outside of Buffalo, cause that's more like New York city, but for us, the biggest thing is like in June when all of the, the laws kind of changed and they just changed so drastically. So it used to be a three-day notice before you could file a petition for eviction, but then it changed to a 10 day notice and then it just like made the whole eviction process a lot longer, the different rules and regulations they put in and just a lot easier for tenants to get away without paying rent just a lot more loopholes and things like that.   Jesse (32m 56s): Yeah, absolutely. I think one very like a stark difference between let's just use Buffalo, for example, compared to say our market in Toronto or I mean you could go LA you could go, Boston, Buffalo has been a very, I think yields centric type of market where you, the cap rates that you can achieve around your area, probably a lot higher than the cap rates we can achieve in our area. But I think that has been at the expense of potential equity growth. So how do you look at, at that when you are doing your underwriting and just generally your philosophy of, of that trade-off between, you know, potential income as opposed to value?   Ashley (33m 36s): Yeah, so like one thing is the 50% rule in the 1% rule. So the 1% rule says that the per your, the rent that you're charging each month is 1% of the purchase price. I can hit that all day long. What I can't hit is the 50% rule where 50% of your expenses are 50% of the monthly income because the property taxes are so high too. So that's like a, not even the, the laws at all, just property taxes are so high here too. So that's been kind of another reason for me to want to go out of state for my rental portfolio, because if I buy this $20,000 property, I can pay that off very quickly or just pay for that in cash.   But I'm still paying those properties taxes every single year. And those, I just sold a property that the property, it was 20,000. I had bought it for and the property taxes were about three grand a year on it. And, but I could go upstate and I could pay maybe, you know, 50, 60,000 for that same house, but only pay a thousand dollars in property taxes. And once that property is paid off, it's only a thousand that I'm paying every year instead of 3000. So that I would say is even more of a factor to me than the, the landlord tenant laws, even.   Jesse (34m 54s): Yeah. It's funny that we would be the inverse of that. The 1% is almost impossible if not impossible, but the 50%, which is, you know, for listers, like you have a, your, whatever your expense ratio is, that's really, really what it is, you know, as a percentage. So us, I think 30 to 40% is pretty, pretty normal. It, unless it's brand new and then you can get a little bit lower, but yeah, I didn't, you know, and I didn't even think of that from a property tax perspective. That's really, I always, I, when you mentioned that, I thought it would have just been just expenses in general, not necessarily property tax.   Ashley (35m 26s): Yeah. It's, it's definitely the property tax, but we actually in Erie county, which is the county that's in Buffalo and, or surrounds it, they actually have an Excel sheet that they, every year that they just put on the county website that tells you each town and what the tax rate is for those towns. And then it compares it for you. It says, okay, if you buy a hundred thousand dollar house, this is what your taxes would be on that property. And you can go through and see, and it shows, breaks it down from like town and county.   And then if there's a village to village tax and then school tax. So what you can do is you can go through there and say, okay, these are the desirable school districts. Well, what towns border that, where you're paying that low town and county tax, but you're getting into that school district because of that little bit of overlapping. So if you guys, and anybody wants to go and look search your county, I'm sure they probably do this too. If your county does and look at that and you can see what towns have the lowest tax rate tax rates.   So the last house that I, I just did a flip and that house had super, super low property taxes. It was in a small little town and the reason it had low property taxes was because there was like a garbage dump in the area landfill. And they pay the majority of the property taxes. Well, this property was like right on the edge of the border where you're not getting any smell from the landfill. And so it was kind of like an opportunity because you get that, you know, I, that property, I also purchased for 20,000, but instead of 3000 and proper Texas, it was only $850 a year in property taxes.   Just show the difference. Yeah.   Jesse (37m 12s): Yeah. I think that's, I mean, it's pretty amazing. Like you can have properties within, you know, 45 minutes an hour from each other and just have such a drastic price difference when it comes to property tax Ashley, in terms of the way that you're looking at the market right now, and fingers crossed, hopefully we're coming out of this thing, you know, in, in the right direction, when it comes to the lockdowns and restrictions, what is, where do you see opportunities over the next few years? You know, what's, what's kind of got your interest aside, you know, aside from, from the, what we've discussed here, but what are you excited about?   Ashley (37m 47s): Well, I guess, you know, I'm trying to stay away from that shiny object centers. Talking about teenagers is bad for me, but I think there'll be a opportunity for businesses. So going after businesses that maybe are sick of the COVID regulations, or maybe they did fall behind and during COVID and they just haven't been able to catch up. So I think there'll be opportunity there. So some of the businesses I'd be interested in are not really going to be ones that were impacted by COVID, but were actually empowered by COVID.   So they actually did better. So that would be like liquor stores, which I got one of those. And unfortunately we didn't get our like liquor license until basically the shutdown was kind of over, but looking at the kind of businesses that can survive COVID I think really piques my interest that if there was another shutdown or something like that happening again, that these businesses were thriving and they still do successful anyways, even when there isn't a shutdown.   So that was like a liquor store was a big one for me. And then I also like the idea of a laundry mat or a carwash, just the, the, the ease of the cash cow from those. And then I do have some experience managing a laundromat for that, that other owner. So yeah, those are any other business opportunities   Jesse (39m 18s): Working with that. Gentlemen is the gift that keeps on giving we've. We've looked at laundromats as well. It's just one of those compelling things that even without buying the real estate there, there still is a compelling case. If you can obviously do both. That's great. But I like your point in terms of businesses that have been resilient. I mean, we've seen in our own market, you know, whether it's technology, medical, technology companies, ghost kitchens, just companies that you didn't, you couldn't foresee how much, how explosive their growth would be prior to the pandemic, obviously for, you know, nobody has a crystal ball, but that that's, we do see those companies, a big driver of, of real estate at least locally here.   And I'm sure it's, it's the case where you are.   Ashley (39m 60s): Yeah. And even with auto dealerships. So I've been in because of the same investor I've been in the auto dealership industry and they are making more money now because of the shortage of cars. So every car that they're selling, it's getting selled at invoice or above because there's no cars available because all the chips and all the parts are stuck on a ship waiting to come into the us. But they they've said that they sold they're making as much as they did, but they're selling half of what they sold before.   COVID. So they're doing less work, making the same amount of money. So it's been almost beneficial to them to, I mean, there's definitely was some hardships, especially during the shutdown and things like that, but there's the PPP programs that I think helped a lot of, of businesses. So it's very interesting to see what businesses actually have benefited from COVID and have done better.   Jesse (40m 57s): Yeah. I couldn't agree more. Well, actually, I want to be respectful of your time here. There's four questions that we ask every guest that comes on the show. So before we kind of get on how people can reach out to you, if you're game for those all, I'll start them off. What's something that, you know, now it could be in your real estate or career in general that you wish you knew when you were starting out.   Ashley (41m 19s): So, one thing that I did not know was that you could go and get a loan for an investment property. I thought you had to make a cash, but you had to buy it in cash because that's how that other investor had purchased all of his properties. So I wish that I would have known that there was other options to me then just taking on a partner and I could have explored that. And not that I, you know, made a bad decision or anything like that, but I wish I wouldn't have had that limited mindset of that. You could only buy a property in cash, and I didn't even realize creative financing and all the different ways to purchase property until I actually found bigger pockets in 2017.   So that was three years later. And then I tripled my portfolio in a year and a half after just digging into the forums and learning all these different ways, you know, seller financing and private money, all these different things.   Jesse (42m 13s): Yeah. Just, just all the different resources. The next question is, you know what, since you were on a panel for women in real estate, maybe we'll, I'll kind of tweak the question a little bit. Typically we'll ask, you know, your view, what would you give as a recommendation to younger people coming into our industry, your view on mentorship, but why don't we say from a, especially from a female point of view, younger women coming into our industry, you know, what would be your advice to them? And, and just generally, and mentorship,   Ashley (42m 41s): I think that there are some women out there who think that they are at a disadvantage being a woman in real estate, because there's so many men doing it. Don't look at it like that. It is an opportunity and it is an advantage. You are going to stand out because you are a woman. If you go and look at a property with a broker, do you think he's going to remember the 20 other men that have looked at it and know he's going to remember that one woman that came, that you know, is investing in properties.   I think there's a lot of doubts and that, you know, you're going to get scammed by contractors because you're a woman, you know, don't know what you're doing. And that's also an advantage. You know, if a contractor is going to try and scam you, because you're a woman who's going to do it right off the bat. So if he's talking down to you or things like that, then you know, not to hire him or if it's a guy and the contractor is like, okay, he probably knows what he's doing. I'm going to scan them at them or something.   But I, I think use it to your advantage. And it's an opportunity. And if you feel like, because you are a woman that you are not being taken seriously, then you're talking to the wrong people. You're talking to the wrong person because I have more friends in real estate that are men than women and not a single one of them has ever talked down to me or made me feel like I don't belong. That it's a boys club at all. If anything, I feel like I've been more welcomed because I am a woman.   There's a million other men doing what I'm doing, but there's not as many women. So it's given me an opportunity, a like up and I think take advantage of that   Jesse (44m 25s): Great advice. Okay. Is there a resource, a podcast or book that you'd like, let listeners know about that you're listening to reading   Ashley (44m 36s): The real estate rookie puck.   Jesse (44m 41s): Yeah. As well.   Ashley (44m 44s): Yeah. If there is actually a book that I love and I think that anybody who's in business or the real estate or any other business should read this because no matter what, you're going to be dealing with people, and it's a hug your haters by Jay Baer. And it's a customer service based book. And basically it talks about like, if you received negative feedback or criticism, how to deal with that, and also how to kill people with kindness. So if you are a wholesaler and you're getting, you know, sellers that are, you know, or you know, how to work with them.   And so I, it's a, it's a great read. I, it's probably the, one of the, probably the only book that I've scribbled in that much before and like taken notes and highlighted things. And so   Jesse (45m 32s): That's great that I think that's the first on the show. I've never heard of it. We'll put a link up to that as well. Awesome. All right. My favorite question, first car, make and model.   Ashley (45m 42s): It was a green Bonneville. I don't even want the makeup upon GMC or Chevy or something, but That's basically about think of a vote.   Jesse (45m 57s): Yeah, just, just in a, in a what's it called in Buffalo with a PO thing. It's Pontiac. Pontiac Bonneville. Yeah. Awesome. Awesome. Well, Ashley, for, for people that like to kind of find out what you're doing online, like I said, you have great, great presence on, on Instagram and other platforms were where's the best bless area for people to reach out.   Ashley (46m 19s): It will be on Instagram app wealth from rentals. And then we also have a real estate rookie, a YouTube channel, and then a real estate rookie, a Facebook page. You guys just searched those.   Jesse (46m 32s): My guest today has been Ashley Kurt, Ashley, thank you for being part of working capital.   Ashley (46m 36s): Thank you so much for having me.   Jesse (46m 45s): Thank you so much for listening to working capital the real estate podcast. I'm your host, Jesse for galley. If you liked the episode, head on to iTunes and leave us a five-star review and share on social media, it really helps us out. If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to me on Instagram, Jesse for galley, F R a G a L E, have a good one. Take care.

UnInfluenced
Episode 48: Corvette C8 Z06 and Chevy's Mistakes

UnInfluenced

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 81:33


In this week's episode, the guys take a trip down memory lane and explain how they first met, Matt talks about where Chevy messed up with the Z06 Vette and Mike explains why he loves Halloween. The guys also answer Patreon's questions, ranging from parenting advice to top 3 bands and beers! Subscribe for more Uninfluenced: https://www.youtube.com/Uninfluenced Check out Mike Drop for more from Mike Ritland: https://www.youtube.com/MikeDrop ---------- 0:00 - Intro 2:16 - Racism & Where ya from? 13:19 - Halloween 17:16 - How Matt and Mike Met! 20:55 - Vax Mandates and Personal Health 26:07 - Pagani Talk 29:17 - Parenting Advice 41:21 - Dog Training 43:31 - 3 bands & 3 beers 54:26 - Vette Z06 1:18:10 - Outro --------- Support the Show: ► Support Uninfluenced on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/Uninfluenced ► Official Uninfluenced Merch: https://www.bonfire.com/store/uninfluenced ---------- Support Mike Ritland: ► Support Mike Drop on Patreon: www.patreon.com/MikeDrop ► Dog Treats, Training, & More at Fueled by Team Dog: https://www.mikeritlandco.com ---------- Stay Connected: Follow Matt Holden: https://www.facebook.com/realtalkwithmatt Follow Mike Ritland: https://www.facebook.com/mikeritlandco

Throwin' Wrenches Podcast
Episode 55 – Trillionaire Elon, A Giant SEMA Chevy Crate Motor and Alley McGraw’s Eyebrows

Throwin' Wrenches Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 78:14


https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/thebeerreport/TW_55_Final.mp3 Welcome to the automotive podcast that crosses boundaries. Some of those boundaries are subjective, others happen to be international.  Also, welcome all the SEMA 2022 travelers looking for an automotive podcast that’s worth a damn! Did you know that we’re the #1 Automotive Podcast in Burkina Faso? Neither did we until recently. Maybe we’ll do a remote show there one day. Maybe not. In other news, we’ve just finished putting the second coat of wax on Episode 55, and we hope you enjoy it! To join in on the fun of the show, just email us at info@throwinwrenches.com or post a review on iTunes The post Episode 55 – Trillionaire Elon, A Giant SEMA Chevy Crate Motor and Alley McGraw’s Eyebrows appeared first on Throwin' Wrenches Automotive Podcast.

Video CULTure Podcast
Chevy Chase, Man of Action? (FOUL PLAY & SPIES LIKE US)

Video CULTure Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 79:01


He's Chevy Chase, and we're not. We mostly know him as "Clark W. Griswold" from the Vacation series and as the king of awkward, sarcastic humor. An early SNL cast favorite, there is no one that does banter like Chevy. Join in as Matt and Ryan discuss two of Chevy's films - one popular at the time ...but not so much today, and the other a 1980's comedy classic.

Total Offroad Podcast
Y'all Need Comms

Total Offroad Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 78:53


Mike and steve are in the shine shop studio, were trying to give you a good episode but we have zero notes and we're in a new locaiton. so please give us some grace,  beer is from Triptych Brewing in savoy IL.  www.Patreon.com/totaloffroadpodcast  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbBDXMM-smPx9Ct44sRBY6Q  www.instagram.com/total_offroad_podcast  www.instagram.com/low_kee_xj  www.instagram.com/offroad_ian  www.instagram.com/mikesofunny  https://www.snailtrail4x4.com/snail-trail-4x4-podcast/  https://www.keepitsimpleoffroad.com/podcast 

TASTYCAST
Reviewing Hell Let Loose | PGA Tour 2K21 | Mortal Kombat X - Plus Club October 2021

TASTYCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2021 69:30


Support what we do by liking, commenting, sharing this video and subscribing if you're new. Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/TastyLootGami...​ Seth's personal channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCteR...​ Audio only versions: iTunes - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast​​​Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/3cmUaDz​​​Anchor - https://anchor.fm/tastylootgaming​​​Overcast - https://overcast.fm/itunes1375254919/​​​Pocket Casts - http://pca.st/Z4xQ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Radio Public - https://radiopublic.com/tastycast-6rV​​​Castbox - https://castbox.fm/channel/id1254770​​​Breaker - https://www.breaker.audio/tastycast​​​ Watch us stream: Seth - https://www.twitch.tv/tastysenpai​​​​​​​Chevy - https://www.twitch.tv/TLGchevmo​​​​​​​​​Kris - https://www.twitch.tv/tasty_fruit​​​ Socialize with us: Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/TastyLootGam...​Seth on Twitter - https://twitter.com/TastyLootGaming​​​​​Chevy on Twitter - https://twitter.com/TLGchevmo​​​Kris on Twitter - https://twitter.com/TastyFruitTLG​​​​​​​ Music by SleepDivision (Seth) https://soundcloud.com/sleepdivision --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tastylootgaming/support

Cars of Carlisle
Cars of Carlisle (C/of/C): Episode 166 -- John Bettenhausen (What‘s the Truck)

Cars of Carlisle

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2021 35:32


Jon Bettenhausen:  What's the Truck By Team C/of/C   Wednesday, November 3, 2021 Today, ride along to the Midwest to meet Jon Bettenhausen, owner of five Chevy trucks.  Listen in to hear how John's love of General Motors pickups began during his high school days in Texas.  It was in body shop class that he realized how much he enjoyed breathing new life into vehicles. Now, with the personal goal to own at least one example of every GM truck generation, Jon is passionate about his restored gems. It's time to head to the Hoosier State to find out “what's the truck” with Jon Bettenhausen.

TASTYCAST
Reviewing Grand Theft Auto Online: Still Good in 2021? - Game of the Month October 2021

TASTYCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2021 38:46


Support what we do by liking, commenting, sharing this video and subscribing if you're new. Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/TastyLootGami...​ Seth's personal channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCteR...​ Audio only versions: iTunes - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast​​​Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/3cmUaDz​​​Anchor - https://anchor.fm/tastylootgaming​​​Overcast - https://overcast.fm/itunes1375254919/​​​Pocket Casts - http://pca.st/Z4xQ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Radio Public - https://radiopublic.com/tastycast-6rV​​​Castbox - https://castbox.fm/channel/id1254770​​​Breaker - https://www.breaker.audio/tastycast​​​ Watch us stream: Seth - https://www.twitch.tv/tastysenpai​​​​​​​Chevy - https://www.twitch.tv/TLGchevmo​​​​​​​​​Kris - https://www.twitch.tv/tasty_fruit​​​ Socialize with us: Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/TastyLootGam...​Seth on Twitter - https://twitter.com/TastyLootGaming​​​​​Chevy on Twitter - https://twitter.com/TLGchevmo​​​Kris on Twitter - https://twitter.com/TastyFruitTLG​​​​​​​ Music by SleepDivision (Seth) https://soundcloud.com/sleepdivision --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tastylootgaming/support

Ron Ananian The Car Doctor
The Car Doctor - 10/30/21 - 07 Pilot Ticking Sound

Ron Ananian The Car Doctor

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2021 49:36


Ron starts this episode talking about the pain point of gasoline, and how does that affect getting parts for maintenance : takes a call on a 94 F-150 with no odometer or speedometer : takes a call on an 07 Pilot LX that had a ticking sound, and the dealer says it will take $4000 to repair – he's asking if it's worth it : and talks a bit about ADAS and talks about a Chevy with a Stabilitrak problem. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Automotive Insight
Automotive Insight - Ford, Chevy & Ram all coming out with full size electric pickups

Automotive Insight

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 1:02


WWJ's John McElroy - Ford, Chevy & Ram all coming out with full size electric pickups See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Weightlifting Talk
Chevy Rodriguez LIVE

Weightlifting Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 105:31


Weightlifting

Miss Z's Story Telling
Heat-March

Miss Z's Story Telling

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 40:02


The story begins with Crystal explaining her issues with the men she has dated and why she has been using her vibrator lately. We then explore Noah, who has troubles in his love life because his partner wants children and doesn't. Geneva is obsessing over her weight gain, allowing her weight to get the best of her. Chevy is living beyond her means, and she thinks she is getting ahead by sleeping with her boss. These four characters are friends; you know how that goes; there will always be that one in the group which comes with so much drama.Author: Geneva Hollidaywww.zoayaworksllc.comSupport the show (http://paypal.me/QueenZoaya)

Auto Insider
GM Profit DOWN 40% + Used Car Market Update & Special Guest Dave B Sells Chevy | Episode 36

Auto Insider

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 31:17


Daily News You Can Use from YAA. Today, Ray and Zach bring in a special guest, Dave B Sells Chevy to discuss this weeks update on the used car market. Wholesale used car prices increased nearly 1% this week. We'll get Dave's take on what he's seeing at the dealership as well as the news that General Motors profit was down 40% in Q3.

Autoline Daily - Video
AD #3191 - Chevy Unveils New Corvette Z06; General Motors Struggles in Q3; New Range Rover Revealed

Autoline Daily - Video

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 9:49


- Hertz Forms Partnership with Uber To Rent Teslas - GM Struggles in Q3 - Car Sales Expected to Improve in October - Chevy Unveils New Corvette Z06 - New Z06 Engine Much More Powerful Than Previous Engine - Stellantis To Get Great Scale from New EV Platforms - New Range Rover Revealed

Midlife Mumbo Jumbo
Episode #73: Halloween and Dysfunctional Self-Improvement

Midlife Mumbo Jumbo

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 61:49


It is October 26th. The count down to Halloween continues. Join us for our Halloween Candy and Haunted Houses. Join us for a fun show!Please connect with us on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/midlifemumbojumbo/Twitter: @midlifemumboju1Email us your comments at:midlifemumbojumbo@gmail.comReddit: midlifemumbojumboThis Day in History/Birthdays:1881 - Tombstone, AZ. OK Coral 1951 - Winston Churchhill is reelected as the prime minster1957 - Hillary Rodham Clinton is born1967 Keith Urban is born1946 - Pat Sajek1984 - Terminator premiers 1954 Chevy unveils the V-8National Mince Meat DayWorld Wide Howl at the Moon NightNational Pumpkin DayNational Chicken Fried Steak DayWeekly Challenges:Haunted Houses:https://www.10best.com/awards/travel/best-haunted-attraction-2021/Best Halloween Candy:https://www.thrillist.com/eat/nation/best-halloween-candyChallenge:Highs and Lows:

Shift and Steer
Chevy's 1000+ Crate Motor, Are Old Cars & Trucks becoming funless?

Shift and Steer

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 61:29


Brad and Aaron are here for this weeks episode of Shift & Steer. The guys get into upcoming Sema Show, frustrating car shortages, Chevy's 1000+ Crate Motor, & more. Thanks to Our Sponsors: Geico: Visit Geico.com Trico: Visit TricoProducts.com GoodGuys: Visit Good-Guys.com

Total Offroad Podcast
Annual Wheeling Trip Eh?

Total Offroad Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 148:13


Mike and Steve go wheeling with a bunch of listeners at Moonlight Offroad Racing in Sullivan Missouri. what a wild weekend with great friends and good times. It was great to meet new people and see the others. unfortunatly snowday and low_kee didn't have such a great weekend.  www.Patreon.com/totaloffroadpodcast  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbBDXMM-smPx9Ct44sRBY6Q  www.instagram.com/total_offroad_podcast  www.instagram.com/low_kee_xj  www.instagram.com/offroad_ian www.instagram.com/mikesofunny  https://www.snailtrail4x4.com/snail-trail-4x4-podcast/  https://www.keepitsimpleoffroad.com/podcast 

Sorry He Sucks
26 - Bill & Chevy

Sorry He Sucks

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 114:12


This week it's Bill Murray and Chevy Chase who get a good going over... How bad are your fav bad dad comedians? Pretty bad but have a listen anyway.

The King of Chevys Presents
The King Of Chevys Presents - Homies Hydraulics

The King of Chevys Presents

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 57:12


Anthony, owner of Homies Hydraulics, pops by the shop on this week's episode. Joining Tweet and Fuzzy, telling stories of the cars he's built, the shop's he's worked on and what's going on now after Homie's tragically burned down.

The Dale Jr. Download - Dirty Mo Media
362 - Cole Swindell: You Should Be Here

The Dale Jr. Download - Dirty Mo Media

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 96:01


Grammy award-winning Country Music superstar Cole Swindell pulls up a chair at the big wooden table to have a chat with good friend Dale Earnhardt Jr. The two giants in their perspective industry have a special bond. They open up about the loss of their fathers and mothers and how they each found ways to cope with unthinkable loss. It's a conversation that brings us closer to how Cole, who lost his father in a freak accident as a child, and his mother to illness recently, was able to carry on. He didn't miss a beat, playing his popular song, "You Should Be Here" in front of packed audiences for an even deeper meaning. We learn how the particular song brought Dale Jr. and Cole together. Swindell didn't have a typical start for a country music artist. Yes, he was a songwriter, that moved to Nashville in hopes of achieving his dreams of being on the big stage. But his story really starts at a college dorm, where he met fellow Georgia Southern alum and country music artist Luke Bryan. The friendship grew into Cole going on the road with Bryan. But, not to perform... rather sell his merchandise. From slingin' t-shirts to writing music, it was time for Swindell to shine. He explains the opportunities that led to his first big break in music. Dale Jr., co-host Mike Davis, and Swindell bring us inside what it's like in the Country music scene as a songwriter and performer. How playing the bar circuit in Nashville can connect an artist to the next shot. Speaking of bars, which Nashville watering hole is Cole's favorite? We find out. Swindell is not shy about sharing his love for his alma mater, Georgia Southern. It's the same place that Mike Davis went to school. The two share some fun talk about their different paths from the same institution. Davis also asks Cole about some of the stigma surrounding the new-country scene. Swindell is a big Atlanta Braves fan. Many people know that. But what some don't realize is how big of a NASCAR fan he is. This isn't just some celebrity fly-by-night NASCAR fan, the Dawson County native has been following the Cup Series since he was a child. Before Swindell arrives Dale Jr. answers some amazing fan questions in our AskJr segment. We learn about how Dirty Mo Media was started, Dale's new square body Chevy truck, and the day Dale Earnhardt Jr lassoed a fish. Yes, I said "lassoed a fish." The biggest moment of the show comes when the cat is let out of the bag. Amy Earnhardt, Mike Davis, Swindell and the Dirty Mo Media gang had been scheming a birthday surprise for Dale Jr. Well, let's just say the surprise not only closed the show, but it brought Dale Jr. to tears. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Auto Insider
Which Brand's Prices Have Increased The Most & Least in 2021? (Chevy Prices Are Up 39%) | Episode 30

Auto Insider

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 31:47


Daily News You Can Use from YAA Today Ray and Zach share data on which automaker's have seen their new and used car prices increase the most and least so far in 2021. Also, the Genesis GV70 Is the MotorTrend 2022 SUV of the Year, car salespeople are becoming obsolete, and electric car companies are making a lot of money (but not a lot of cars).

Car Talk
#2145: To Form a More Imperfect Union

Car Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 36:17


Nothing succeeds like secession! Or at least that's the thinking as Tom and Ray plan for Car Talk Plaza's imminent secession(from what exactly, we're not sure). But the crazy car problems will of course emigrate to wherever they land. This week's beleagured citizens of Car-Talk-istan include John and his Chevy's 'woobie', Robin's stuck Rabbit and Mazz with her chirping transmission. All this and the new puzzler!

TFL Talkin' Trucks
Ep. 89: Here's How The 2022 Toyota Tundra Stacks Up To ALL Its Rivals!

TFL Talkin' Trucks

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 63:02


Welcome back to TFL Talkin' Trucks! The 2022 Toyota Tundra has finally arrived, but how well does it stack up against the ferocious half-ton competition, from the Ford F-150 to the Ram 1500, Chevy Silverado/GMC Sierra and Nissan Titan? Roman and Andre discuss the brand new Tundra's ins and outs against the rivals.

C10 Talk
C10 King

C10 Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 78:31


This RETRO release is brought to you by out Title Sponsor United Pacific Industries.  www.UPcarParts.com - More than just truck lighting; bumpers, brackets, door parts and more.  www.brotherstrucks.com - Your source for 1947 Chevy and GMC restoration truck parts.  www.classicperform.com - Have you seen their new X10 Spindle, how about their fuel cells? Use "C10 Talk" at check out and save 10% www.psiconversion.com - When you are swapping that motor for an LS or LT based motor PSI has everything you need, including technical support! Use "C10 Talk" to save 5% off your total order.  www.dakotadigital.com - The best upgrade for your cab - VHX, HDX, and the Retro Rad RTX!  www.airliftperformance.com - When you are thinking about Air Management  - Think Air Lift Performance!  www.painlessperformance.com - Is it time to rewire that chassis - Painless Wiring has a wiring harness for you and your truck!  Retro Release back to episode #5 with the one and only Rene Martinez, aka - The C10 King! 

The Kibbe and Friends Show
K&F Show #202: Kibbe’s Dad’s Cameo; Dukes of Hazzard S6E17 Review “Undercover Dukes, Part 2”

The Kibbe and Friends Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 56:24


Presented with Holley! For some reason, this show and Holley go together like tires and smoke - a perfect fit! We are happy to announce that we have signed a long term arrangement with Holley as Title Sponsor of this wacky show for the next year. If that doesn't make you want to buy an awesome speed part, nothing will! Visit Holley.com and make SURE you tell them we sent you! Dukes Review: This is the show that convinced you that you can spy on any secret conversation simply by hiding under a desk. I hid under my parents bed once for an hour to hear what I was getting for Christmas…...but they never left immediately after spilling the beans like they do on TV and I eventually had to crawl out and got caught. Anyway, this is part of the "Dukes Infiltrate the Mob" episode by racing in NASCAR, in an Oldsmobile, that's supposed to be a Chevy, that someone wants to replicate out of a Buick. Solid story telling, vintage NASCAR, good stunts…….that's fine. The introduction of glamping is here, and that's nice. There's not enough General Lee in this episode of course, but this the episode that the PC culture should watch….because the Duke that wins the NASCAR race - in one try - is Daisy. And in a true sign of playing both sides of the aisle, the Dukes get another phone call from the President of the Unites States. Now they've had a call from a Republican (Reagan) and a Democrat (Carter). Good episode. More General Lee, please. 6 Corndogs. Patreon Peeps, the year 2021 will be an important one for Patreon specifically, and if you'd consider jumping up to the $5 level it would sure help. The $10 level will remain and we now have a brand new $20 level as well! All members who join at that level will receive a sticker swag pack in the mail, you'll be IMMEDIATELY entered in the monthly prize grab, and you'll receive a phone call from one (or all) of us to chat up whatever you want for 30 minutes! Thank you SO MUCH to those of you who have joined in for the extra content that is only for Patreon supporters. To get in on the action and support the show with a minor financial contribution just click the link below to sign up. http://www.patreon.com/kfshow. Kibbe invented a product! Well, a team of buddies and Kibbe invented a product...and finally launched it. It only took 10 years and it's not for cars at all. It's for baseball! Check it out: https://www.magictee.io Click to join our super secret KF Show Only listener email list..just in case we get blocked from every social and podcast platform! https://forms.aweber.com/form/48/1311263948.htm The post K&F Show #202: Kibbe's Dad's Cameo; Dukes of Hazzard S6E17 Review “Undercover Dukes, Part 2” first appeared on The Muscle Car Place.