The Hollywood Car Show #5

Don’t worry, I won’t be posting them all here, just on occassion. Watch tomorrow for some big updates coming to dbmini too!


Not a lot of new movie updates today, but they are good. Pretty exciting stuff.

Cool stuff going on with CVS as well. If you want to check out some really cool movie cars, including the new KITT, be sure to be at California Speedway on the 31st! They are going to have a bunch of them there and even put them on the track for a lap or two. Should be a sight to see.

Did you see the Splinter? Click through to find out more about the super car made of wood, including a live webcam and blog. Good stuff!

Great interview with Dan Woods and Chris Hall from WAS Productions! They are they guys that do Chop Cut Rebuild, Street Tuner Challenge and a bunch of other car related shows. Be sure to check out the CCR website for even more information. And, of course, follow along at Speed TV. I did have to shorten the interview just a bit, but will be reposting it in it’s entirety later in the week. Great information there, especially for you gear heads that do a lot of old car restoration.

Be sure to check out our newest sponsor Cartatts at cartatts.com. Very cool stuff to dress up your car.

Welcome new listeners! If you are coming from the Mobile Movie Minute, THANKS! If you haven’t checked them out, you should. Movie reviews from the front seat of a MINI. Good stuff!

Do you use Twitter? Follow me @dbwilldo and Tim @fireballtim. You can also join us on our Facebook Group. Don’t forget our brand new website too! You can find it at thehollywoodcarshow.com.

THCS 5: [audio:http://www.thehollywoodcarshow.com/podcasts/thcs_ep5.mp3]

Download | 45:49 | 24.7MB | THCS @ iTunes | THCS @ Facebook

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