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Episode 6 Kieran Terr

classic pickup podcast

Release Date: 03/19/2020

Episode 35, Rob Veitch's 59' Chevy Apache show art Episode 35, Rob Veitch's 59' Chevy Apache

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This week I finally caught up with Rob Veitch to have a chat about his stunning 1959 Chevy Apache. This truck was originally his fathers truck, and Rob has taken it to an all new level.

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Episode 34, Graham Young  show art Episode 34, Graham Young

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This week I caught up with Graham Young, he has built an awesome 1948 Dodge Pilothouse pickup truck, as well as a beautiful 1955 Buick Century. We had a good chat about his life and passion for building classic vehicles.

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Episode 33, Dusty Flynn's 51' Chevy show art Episode 33, Dusty Flynn's 51' Chevy

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This week I sat down and had a great chat with Dusty Flynn, he has an awesome patina 1951 Chevy pickup, originally built by Stoner Speed Shop in Iowa, USA. As you will hear there has been a lot of upgrades to this beauty since then.

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Episode 32, Steve Darnell, Vegas Rat Rods show art Episode 32, Steve Darnell, Vegas Rat Rods

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This week I finally caught up with Steve Darnell, from Welder Up, Las Vegas. Steve’s show, Vegas Rat Rods has four seasons of awesome truck and car builds on the Discovery Channel. Here in Australia you might know it as Sin City Motors. We have a good chat about his early days and influences. If you haven’t seen the show, do yourself a favour and check it out.

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Episode 31, Alan Anderson 1964 F100 show art Episode 31, Alan Anderson 1964 F100

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This week I spoke to Alan Anderson, he has a 1964 Ford F100 that is patina perfect! Alan bought the truck in Arizona and brought it back here, then set about building a nice restomod driver.

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Episode 30, Enthusiast Motor Insurance, Brett Williams show art Episode 30, Enthusiast Motor Insurance, Brett Williams

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This week I spoke to Brett Williams from Enthusiast Motor Insurance, Brett comes from a mini truck background, but has worked in the Automotive Insurance field for a long time. So weather you have a Vehicle in the build, or on the road, have a listen and consider Enthusiast Insurance to protect your ride.

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Episode 29, Matt Dietrich 1965 Ford F100 show art Episode 29, Matt Dietrich 1965 Ford F100

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This episode I spoke with Matt Dietrich from Geelong Differentials. Matt has a slammed patina 1965 Ford pickup that he put together with the help of Leon from Big L’s Chop Shop. He also has a passion for restoring old Dragstar bikes.

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Episode 28, Car Builders show art Episode 28, Car Builders

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This episode I spoke with Brendan from Car Builders. They are an Aussie company specialising in thermal acoustic insulation products. So if your building a vehicle, or have one that’s a bit noisy or a bit hot, check out the great products they have. Brendan is also a truck guy, from the early days of mini trucking to his current GMC squarebody he has the experience and knowledge to help with your build!

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Episode 27, Ryan Carter from United Speed Shop show art Episode 27, Ryan Carter from United Speed Shop

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This episode I caught up with Ryan Carter from United Speed Shop in Newcastle, NSW. Ryan specialises in high end Suspension solutions for your classic build, weather it be a coilover or airbag build.

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Episode 26, Mohammed from Oman show art Episode 26, Mohammed from Oman

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This episode I spoke Mohammed, from Muscat, Oman. He is building a 1959 Chevy stepside small window apache’. Mohammed lives in the Middle East and studied in the US. He purchased a 66 Mustang whilst studying there and shipped it back. Years later he decided to bring in a pickup and got hold of this Apache. Vehicle rules in Oman are very strict, so it was great to hear how he is going about this build.

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This episode we ignore the advice of the health department and board a virtual international flight to Cork, in Ireland to chat with Kieran Terr about his two unique builds. He has a 1954 Chevy pickup, and a 1951 Ford truck, so there is a good range of info. Every country has its unique challenges with building vehicles and its great to hear how Kieran went about it.

You can follow him on Instagram @kieranterr

The podcast is sponsored in part by Classic Pickup Supplies. Please support them if you need parts for US build Ford and Chevy vehicles.

www.classicpickupsupplies.com.au

To get in contact with me please email me at classicpickuppodcast@gmail.com

Thank you for listening.

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