TAC 123 : Cruisin’ for a cure with some wild wheels

(09-27-2018) – the 19th edition of the “Cruisin’ for a Cure” car show had some 3,500 classic cars, car celebrities and….not one but TWO ways men could be tested for Prostate Cancer.   Bob Beck (Great American Auto Scene-GAAS) and I talked with car designer/customizer John D’Agostino of Celebrity Kustoms who brought several cars, including a 1962 Pontiac Grand Prix (first year of the GP) which was customized back in ….1962.

And stored for most of the following 50+ years, and a cool lead sled Mercury that brings back styling cues of the late Batmobile customizer George Barris.

Also, Rick Abate of Arlen Ness Motorcycles about the 1.4 million dollars worth of custom bikes they brought to the “Hangar” at the OC Fairgrounds

Shown is “Smooth-Ness” (above) and “the 57 bike” below

LISTEN to the interview below, don’t forget to SUBSCRIBE, (it’s free and you’ll get notified when a new podcast comes out.    SHARE our links on your social media, tell your friends who are into classic cars and bikes…Thanks for your help getting the word out about Talking About Cars with Randy Kerdoon podcasts!!


TAC 123 : Cruisin’ for a cure with some wild wheels — 2 Comments

    • Thanks for checking out our page! Don’t forget to share our page (to get the word out) Subscribe (it’s free and will let you know when a new podcast uploads), and if you listen on iTunes, rate us 5 stars and comment there too! What city are you in?

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *