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Re: Lincoln Addict Podcast - Free Lincoln Audio Show

Postby bd94s10 » Sat Jun 15, 2019 8:48 am

Thanks for the feedback Jessie. Although I'm not against talking about them I'd need to find guests who are experts. I'm a fan of 61-67 and that is mostly what I know about. Its kind of like asking John Cashman to work on a newer car... like he said on the podcast he knows 61-67. I will def keep this in mind. There is a local guy that has a lowrider 70s Lincoln. I'm not against having guests on that can touch upon these other classics. Podcasting is great as you get to talk about what you love. I very much appreciate the comment and you tuning in!

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Re: Lincoln Addict Podcast - Free Lincoln Audio Show

Postby bd94s10 » Mon Jul 08, 2019 1:09 pm

Ep. 10 is now posted. I have Danny from Steele Rubber on as the title guest. His Great Grandfather Lynn Steele started the company up in the Detroit area. We talk about the history of the company as well as their support for 60 era Lincolns!

Listen via the web here: https://lincolnaddict.podbean.com

Appreciate all the support! I'm gearing up for a couple of big episodes coming soon!
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Re: Lincoln Addict Podcast - Free Lincoln Audio Show

Postby bd94s10 » Sat Feb 01, 2020 3:19 pm

Ep. 12 is now posted. Ep. 11 was several weeks back and I spoke about buying tips for '60 era Lincolns. If I missed anything on Ep. 11 let me know and I'll do another later this year!

Ep. 12 features Nathan Wilson from Driving Dreams Restorations. Check out his YouTube channel here: http://bit.ly/2OfxOJq - I also touch on updates for Project Smuggler's Blues which is my '64 Lincoln. I recently had another challenge with it and I'm pressing ahead!

You can listen to the podcast here or via your favorite podcast app. Just search Lincoln Addict! http://bit.ly/2Oe1Tcr - Apple iPhone link here: https://apple.co/37OuQmN

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Re: Lincoln Addict Podcast - Free Lincoln Audio Show

Postby bd94s10 » Wed Mar 11, 2020 11:01 am

New episode alert! I sat down with John Brewer this week from Brewer Classic Lincoln to talk about 60 era windows! Lots of topics covered on this episode of Lincoln Addict Podcast.

Mobile link for Podbean: https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-gtqei-d5fc1c
Listen via your browser: http://bit.ly/2Oe1Tcr
Apple iPhone link: https://apple.co/37OuQmN

Thanks again John for your time!
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Re: Lincoln Addict Podcast - Free Lincoln Audio Show

Postby bd94s10 » Fri Sep 25, 2020 2:06 pm

New episode alert! Pat Teahan joins the podcast again for "Lincoln Talk"

Mobile link for Podbean: https://bit.ly/366Dmj7
Listen via your browser: http://bit.ly/2Oe1Tcr
Apple iPhone link: https://apple.co/37OuQmN

Android phone? Download Podbean and Search Lincoln Addict or use one of the links above

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Re: Lincoln Addict Podcast - Free Lincoln Audio Show

Postby bd94s10 » Mon Sep 27, 2021 7:47 pm

I uploaded Ep. 19 yesterday evening - "Lincoln Continental for 1965" which ties into the day the '65 Lincoln introduction date of September 26, 1964 (posted the episode on 9.26.1964). I also make a big announcement on the episode which will tie into future episodes of the podcast and my YouTube Channel. Many facts came right from this amazing website: http://automotivemileposts.com/lincoln/ ... ions.shtml

https://lincolnaddict.podbean.com

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Re: Lincoln Addict Podcast - Free Lincoln Audio Show

Postby bd94s10 » Fri Jan 28, 2022 12:01 pm

I haven't been posting here when I release a new episode but wanted to give everyone an update. 2 episodes have been released in 2022. Ep. 21 features Nick Griot from Griot's Garage.

His Lincoln is amazing although it is a resto mod. Ep. 20 features Mark Evans who I met through this forum and it a great guy!

Ep. 21

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Ep. 20

ImageMark Evans Ep. 20 by Jason Ballard, on Flickr

Please check it out via Apple Podcasts, Podbean, etc. You can listen here https://lincolnaddict.podbean.com or now new episodes will also batch to YouTube.

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Re: Lincoln Addict Podcast - Free Lincoln Audio Show

Postby bd94s10 » Fri Jun 10, 2022 5:56 pm

Ep. 25 came out today featuring Adam Genei from Mobsteel. Hear his story via listening to the FREE audio show. We talk about a lot including Mobsteel's beginning and of course Detroit Steel Wheel Co which he is also the owner of.

How to listen: https://bit.ly/3ttko15

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Re: Lincoln Addict Podcast - Free Lincoln Audio Show

Postby TonyC » Sat Jun 11, 2022 3:50 am

Ver-r-r-r-r-ry intereth-ting... Now, everybody here knows that I'm no advocate of that kind of tricking out for these cars, partially because such conversions are usually botched by the converters who fail to factor in a lot of critical points, such as potential twisting of the rear axles by ditching the leaf springs, or the load-bearing ratings of the weird wheels they toss on, just as for-instances. That said, however, I'm thinking that if anyone is well-versed on how to convert these cars carefully and properly, and thoroughly, MobSteel is. I have always liked their logo, I'll admit.

One day I'll have to check those podcasts, when I finally have sound in my computer again.

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Re: Lincoln Addict Podcast - Free Lincoln Audio Show

Postby MMunger » Thu Jun 23, 2022 5:37 pm

TonyC wrote: such as potential twisting of the rear axles by ditching the leaf springs

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Tony, I don’t understand this part, can you explain? I’m not sure I follow how one could twist an axel in one of these cars, but I’m the first to say I’m no expert.

Are you saying if you had enough horsepower, and a non-leaf spring suspension (probably a 4-link), and sticky enough tires, the car would hook up hard enough at some kind of drag race power launch to twist them? Where-as if you had leaf springs in that same situation they would spring wrap and the tires would break loose (and probably wheel hop) thus not creating enough torque to twist an axel? Not sure I’ve seen many Continentals with that kind of power to where that would be an issue.

Or is there another way an axel could twist?

Just trying to understand
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