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Check out the new Hagerty Sidedrafts podcast
We have a brand-new podcast, ready just in time for your Thanksgiving road trip. Hagerty Sidedrafts brings you the greatest automotive stories from past and present, as our own editor-in-chief Larry Webster sits down with expert historians and living legends with the most compelling tales.
To kick off Hagerty Sidedrafts, we already have four episodes packed with hours of entertainment:
- Episode one features Ben Hamper, bestselling author of Rivethead, who reveals the stories behind the book.
- In episode two, Jerry Burton, author of Zora Arkus-Duntov—The Man Behind Corvette, joins us to explain how Duntov’s forceful personality was an instrument of good, and sometimes bad.
- Episode three features Bob Lutz, the driving force behind the Dodge Viper. In a way only he can deliver, Maximum Bob explains how the Viper came to be and what ultimately sealed its fate, plus his opinion on the future of driving.
- In our most recent episode, Bill Warner and Barn Find Hunter’s Tom Cotter recount their trip to Cuba. The pair returned with fascinating tales of 1950s-era American cars still roaming the streets, ever-resourceful home mechanics, and rumors of hidden Grand-Prix racers.
You can find Sidedrafts on iTunes, Google Play, and Stitcher. And if you like Hagerty Sidedrafts, be sure to subscribe and leave a rating or review. Do you have a request or suggestion for a future interview? Let us know in the comments below.