Let’s Talk Dubs

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Pip Hancox is the frontman for Guana Batz   a Psychobilly band formed in 1982 when he was just a teenager. Next to his love for music is also his love for all things with wheels. His VW collection you may have seen his cars. 1964 Mustard Green Square on air bags. His 49 Split on Gold Ercos or his 1952 Mustard Split Bug. Hes been featured in several Airmighty magazines. Born in England now living in Murrieta Callifornia. He also rides trial bikes & old Bikes. Check out his music Here Pips Instagram Here Sponsors https://type-emotorsports.com/ https://vwtrendsmagazine.com/
The Subaru conversion in an air-cooled VW is in my opinion the equivalent to the LS Conversion to the V8. Who better then to get the for-most expert on Subaru VW conversions then the man himself John Rykowski. John Has been working with Subaru conversions for over 20 years. Chasing more reliable power he eventually tried the Subaru platform & never went back. We go over the most important things when doing a conversion. The easiest to swap. The parts needed & what to look out for.  https://www.outfrontmotorsports.com/ Support the podcast Here Leave a review here
When it comes to 80's type 3's no one can forget George Delfinos Shockwave. It was first featured in Hot VWs Sep 1984 as a full body light blue square back with graphics. Don't forget the 4-12" subwoofers & 1400 watts of stereo power. The George decides to raise the bar! On a whim while being bored George takes a sawz all to the square backs roof. Then begins the build of the decade. George also has been into car audio even owning a stereo shop. Hear about the times during the 80s in Bakersfield where high tech looking VWs were the norm. Support our sponsors https://vwtrendsmagazine.com https://type-emotorsports.com https://www.letstalkdubs.com/store.html
Bill is back from his trip to the Baja. George works on the Chop Rod. Do they make good looking 4 lug wheels? George gets a photoshoot for Rich Dewitts Quicksand 13 window deluxe. George adds crotch coolers to the 59 RHD he working on. Can you do too many accessories? Junk yard busts. When a good deals not such a good deal. Who we want for future guests. Secrets & more game changing stuff behind the scene. Vintage Vdubs. Bus Front suspensions. Bill ordered a hydraulic suspension. Red 9 design front coil-over. We discuss a wide range. 
Lets talk dubs has the exclusive.The boys are back in town! VW Trends is back, and you have an opportunity to be on the Trends Train. Dan Leadbetter, Paul Morton, Rich Crafton & Ron Petro is the new team a the helm. Listen to find out how you can be a part of this re-launch.  Why they decided to bring it back. What to expect form the new magazine. Time to get ready for a new type of magazine experience.  Follow VW Trends  https://vwtrendsmagazine.com/ instagram facebook
Not only does he drive a @Supa_lobus, but Brians building a legit Type 34 ghia. We sit down with Brian Arends talk about his VW story. aget some updates on his next projects.  He's a hands on guy that does his own welding. It also helps when you're buddies with Justin from @volksfab.  Follow Brian Here Support the podcast & buy merch HERE
Ed Fox's bare metal bus debuted at the VW classic with a twist. Being in bare metal he thought it only fitting to make a splash with a few bondage girls in the back. It certainly made a splash to say the least. He's a photographer by trade and good enough to have two books. Ed fox & Ed Fox II. He tells his story and how he came up with the idea of the bare metal look. He also has a unique a-arm front suspension & spindle-mount wheels. His upcoming video projects will be VW related as well. Follow his instagram Here His website Here The Blog page Here
Some people like static some people like airbags, both leave a little to be desired. Demon Motorsports has an on demand hydraulic suspension for your VW. Fabricator Ryan Lowther builds a custom hydraulic suspension which allows you to adjust your ride height while always retaining your stock spring load. It's manufactured here in the USA. They also offer available true rack & pinion steering. Sit back & peel back the onion as we go deep into what makes this kit so cool! Support the podcast here contact Demon Motorsports here Review the podcast here
Chase Hill out of Reno Nevada is known for helping you get a good ride out of your slammed VW. Chase started out making custom wheel tubs for buses. Being a Union ironworker by trade he welds for a living. With loving slammed early bugs he used his talent to extend the trailing arms for re-centering the wheel in the arch. It also fixes the steering issues with 6" narrowed beams on super slammed beetles. He's been in the game from way back in the late 90's. And like a fine wine he will not extend your trailing arms before their time. Lead time is 7-9 weeks but well worth the wait for handcrafted excellence.  https://www.facebook.com/cage66fabrication/   instagram
In this continuation podcast Gary talks about his dads history as a hot rod builder. How he got started. Also how Porsche Parts Obsolete comes to be. Then the outlaws. His passion for early Porsches and his desire to modify them to racing look. He talks about the Emory Camp out. to see more about Neil Emory Click Here For info On Parts obsolete click http://www.partsobsolete.com/ Podcast Pics here
Gary Emory is the son of Famed Hot Rod Builder Neil Emory. His first job was at Chick Iverson VW Porsche. He couldn't afford a Manx so he didi the next best thing. He modified his Bug in to what was used a the template for thousands of Baja kits ever since. This is only the start on part 2 well talk about his part in Starting up Porsche Parts Obsolete. He is also responsible for the porsche "Outlaw" look. for podcast gear click Store
Long time Santa Ana resident Tiger Vasquez has been building some of the most recognizable exhaust systems on the market. With the original "Fat Boy" made to order by request. His latest game changer the sidewinder had changed the exhaust game. Tiger is also a member of the famed DKP car club. Blog Page & Pics here  
Out of Rapid City South Dakota Type E Motorsports is owned & operated by Brian Erea. Using his extensive background in rock crawling being a fabricator and builder. He visioned a more effective way to make bus front beams that use off the shelf GM parts. Making big brake upgrades available. Narrowed type 1 beams made to order, Drop plate & re-adjusted plates. He also fabs & builds a bus hybrid balljoint beam. He's been in the VW scene for over 14 years. He builds a good product. and its all made in the USA. Check out his site https://type-emotorsports.com/ Support The Podcast https://www.letstalkdubs.com/store.html Check out the blog pics https://www.letstalkdubs.com/blog
Lance Armstrong is the spokesperson for the infamous Mt.Shasta Snow Trip. We discuss his VW history & Collection special buses. The snow trip is an incredible trip only for those brave Bus souls who want an experience of a lifetime. Every super bowl Sunday weekend the warriors commence on rally style journey through fire roads and back country of northern California. Check out his facebook here Subscribe to our youtube Here Buy merchandise https://www.letstalkdubs.com/store.html
On this roundtable We welcome friend & fellow VW enthusiast Stephen Hartlauer. Bill George & Stephen discuss favorite episodes highlights from the year 2020. What our New Year VW resolutions are. We pick our favorite Hot VW covers of 2020. We also remember some of those who passed on this year in the VW scene. Happy New Year   
Eliot is the DLK Dallas Texas chapter president. Having over 10 cars featured in magazines Eliot has not been stopping on his mission to get every type. As most collectors go his collection is starting to lean toward rare and vintage. Having several split windows and early convertibles even a Hebmuller. He also owns Nate from Wagons West 1955 23 window. we discuss "checkbook" builds and the progress of the hobby. Check out his cars Here
Engine Builder Adam Wik started his VW journey in So Cal in the 80's. Starting with a Street bug before he was in high school. Soon he was bit by the Drag Racing bug. We discuss his Drag racing  and selling that car to start his engine building business. How he ended up in Las Vegas. And the variety of engines that hes built. I also sneek in some type 4 talk too ;).  His insta is Here His Facebook is Here To contact Wiks to build an engine Here is his shop number. (702) 837-2522
Eric Geisert grew up in southern California the heart of the VW scene. Taking a yearbook elective would tun into a world of photojournalism and magazine editing. We discuss the influance of magazines on cars & cars on the magazine. He's a renown photographer. Wining several industry awards. We discuss what it was like growing up in the heart of it all. Going from VWs to Hot Rods to VWs. Check out his website Here Follow him on instagram Here Support the podcast Here Subscribe to our youtube Here
Mark Brant & Kris Godwin being long-time friends took their passion for custom vintage race inspired cars from a part-time Hobby to a full-time business. Blending their 2 unique styles and building bold and most importantly drivable vintage cars. They love Porsches & Volkswagens and Vintage race inspired look. From special refinishing to using titanium metals on custom fabricated steering wheels. Make sure to check out their site here https://www.luftkraftfab.com/ their insta https://www.instagram.com/luftkraftfabrication/?hl=en
Troy Wheeler and I met in 2001 at the Crown Plaza in the infamous parking lot. He and his friends had driven down from Idaho in their buses. Im sure you've seen one of his cars. Troy had been in the bus game for quite some years. His first feature car was on 97 in VW Trends Red & Black Camper called "Summer Fun". After that bus found its way to Japan. He hit the streets in his "Road Dog" buses. You may remember the "Nurburgring safety double cab". He's always had a unique style. We talk about building your own style, and the quest to get his Barn Door done. Friends & road trips. https://www.letstalkdubs.com
Hanging at Volkstock ran into my friend Jarrett Lemley. He first debut his 1965 Double cab in 2011 at the VW Classic. It was different to say the least. With a Turbo engine deluxe trim, cookie cutters and a walkthrough. Then in HVW Dec 2013 his 1964 Notch back with 17" porsche wheels & 911 Flat six engine. We talk about building cars debut a new build and how the people react. 
Loud Luggage is a small company based out of Tempe Az that hand builds Vintage luggage pieces in to wireless connectable all inclusive portable stereo for your vintage car. Brently started this on a dream to build cool pieces that would add that cool factor to anyones car not just VWs. His story of his love of vintage cars and his hobby then deciding to take that risk to go on his on is the VW story. He's built theses for Musicians like Travis Barker of Blink 182 to blues players custom guitar cases that double as a amp & Stereo. Here s his websitehttps://www.loudluggageco.com instagram
3 COVID 19 survivors discuss the LTD One crazy weekend. Also their favorite wheels, What car would they import if they could. Also what have they been working on. 
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Podcast Details

Podcast Status
Active
Started
Dec 29th, 2018
Latest Episode
Apr 17th, 2021
Release Period
Weekly
Episodes
123
Avg. Episode Length
About 1 hour
Explicit
No
Order
Episodic
Language
English

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