We’re back for episode 87 this week, and this we start off by actually introducing ourselves for a change!
We then move straight onto a question from a listener, and this week’s question comes from a Mr. Michael Jones, and Michael’s question is asking us what car he should buy to replace his Holden Commodore SSV Redline. The criteria is that the replacement car needs to be newer than 2010, preferably a wagon, and less than 100,000km’s and a max of $70,000.
We then answer a second question from a Mr. Taylor, who asked why clutches smell when you burn them.
We then talk a fair bit about Mercedes and BMW, and how Mitch found sitting in a 2014 525d rather disappointing, and Matt talks about him finally putting the Forester XT up for sale on CarSales.
We then talk about Gosford Classic Car Museum, and how it has officially closed its doors due to the owner and the Australian Taxation Office having a bit of a dispute.
Matt then talks about his and Mitch’s highly eventful day out at Bribie Island and what happened to his Toyota 105 Series LandCruiser.
We then play this weeks’ game of “How Bout Dat”, and this week we start off my Lamborghini.
Gears and Beers is hosted by Mitchell Denham, Joseph Riga, Matt Morwood, and Joel McD.
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