Podcast: Episode 292 – Montero Money

Chris and I are in the studio and we kick it off with a bit of news. Aston Martin is dishing out a manual-gearbox equipped Vantage. Hennessey is making a Velociraptor Ranger. The Challenger is outselling the Camaro. And the C8 Corvette will be unveiled in Orange County, CA. After that we dive into some questions, talk about our own vehicles, and more.

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We’re closing in on Episode 300. Like 200 before it, we’ll plan on doing a live show somehow somewhere. For Episode 200, we recorded live at a local brewery and that’s likely to happen again. If you’re in Southern California sometime in the not-too-distant future, make sure to stay tuned for info on our Episode 300 party.

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4 responses to “Podcast: Episode 292 – Montero Money”

  1. Maymar Avatar

    Can someone, for the love of Dr Z, tell Chris that the LX isn’t “a 1992 Mercedes?” I pedant-rage every time he says it.

    Or just start throwing out the Corvette ox-cart suspension every time he says it, maybe irritate him into dropping it.

    1. Jeff Glucker Avatar
      Jeff Glucker

      I let it go. I won’t let it go in the future.
      Yes, the LX originally used some Benz parts but this was in the mid-00’s. And it is/was otherwise its own platform.

    2. Jeff Glucker Avatar
      Jeff Glucker

      Scroll down on this post, there’s a good bit on it here:

  2. neight428 Avatar

    Dodge makes the Challenger interesting with a budget packages for hoons and halo setups that confer internet bragging rights.

    Meanwhile, Chevy makes the Camaro principally to outperform the Mustang (the performance of which is already legendarily unmanageable by the enthusiast public) with massive practical shortcomings and give it a look that, were it your dog, you’d shave its ass and teach it walk backwards.