Join the conversation with Boobie as we talk about sliding, muscle cars, and what makes a vehicle a muscle car.
Muscle cars were the most coveted cars throughout the 2000s, but they were mainly popular in the 1980s. Cars such as the Chevrolet Camaro, Ford Mustang, and Dodge Challenger are in a category called muscle cars. "Muscle car" describes vehicles that emphasize speed, power, and acceleration.
This can be contrasted with "drop-top," which describes vehicles that emphasize aesthetics like luxury and speed.
During this episode, you will learn about;
[00:01] Pre-show talk
[03:55] The older generation of drivers
[07:30] Embracing the new generation of drivers and discarding obsolete ideas
[08:57] Muscle cars in the older generations versus new era vehicles
[10:25] The standards to meet for an ideal car game
[14:33] About the Camaro car, and Boobie’s insights on the same
[15:27] What’s considered a muscle car and what’s not
[17:17] What's the qualification in the horsepower on the slide down
[18:40] Does it have to be a stick or automatic?
[19:55] 1st Commercial Break
[23:14] Is the stick the key to a fun sideshow driving?
[25:21] What causes blowing of motors in sideshows
[30:00] What’s the ideal valuation of your car
[36:39] Episode wrap up and how you can connect with Boobie
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