E168: Grease Up The Nipple

This week, it’s just Mitch, Joseph and Joel. We start off with talking absolute nonsense before breaking into a bit of news.
The first bit of news we talk about is about the Governor of California signing a bill to ban the sale of Internal Combustion Engines as of 2035, from which all cars will have to be “emission free”. From which, we talk about our love for Internal Combustion Engines and more-or-less our dislike of electric cars.
We then talk about adding to our respective tool collections, specifically Joseph is looking at getting an air impact, and Joel’s dead Z32.
Mitch then reads off a list of 5 uber rare, and uber expensive, classic cars for sale right now in Australia, from which we talk about our love for 80’s, 90’s, and early 2000’s Japanese cars as the new BMW’s have far too much technology for their own good.
We then end on a mish-mash of news from electric cars to Scott McLaughlin winning the SUpercars championship for the 3rd time on the trot.
Joseph then gets us talking about the leaked images of the next generation BMW M3 and M4, and we’re not a fan, to say the least.

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