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  1. 426 Killer Bee. Kevin and Willie are rebuilding a 392 Charger that seems to have lost compression in one cylinder, so they need to diagnose the problem and solve it. While they’re at it, they’ll stroke the motor, transforming this Dodge from a stock 392 Super Bee to a 426 Killer Bee! so that we may better understand your interests.

  2. Two Guys Garage covers virtually every aspect of vehicle repairing, customizing and restoring. The hosts perform product demonstrations and installations on a wide variety of import and domestic cars and light trucks, and they show viewers the right way to execute modifications with hands-on projects throughout the season.

    • Bryan Fuller, Sam Memmolo
    • Automobile
  3. Willie B has shaped a career by marrying two of his passions – cars and radio. As the long-running host of Denver’s top-rated morning show on rock radio station KBPI 107.9 FM, Willie uses his radio platform to organize automotive events including Colorado’s largest single-day car show.

  4. Apr 25, 2020 · If you're a die-hard fan of the vehicle restoration show Car Fix, which airs on the Motor Trend network (now Velocity), you might have noticed that hosts Jared Zimmerman and Lou Santiago haven't been appearing on the show. The series, which featured the hosts running down repairs from modifications to custom body work, still airs, but the duo ...

  5. Tom died on November 3, 2014, aged 77, in Belmont, Massachusetts, [7] of complications from Alzheimer's disease. [8] Early life and education [ edit] This section needs expansion. You can help by adding to it. (March 2016) Tom Magliozzi was born in East Cambridge, Massachusetts.

  6. Apr 20, 2007 · Dave McBride passed away on April 18th, 2007 after a furious battle with cancer. Dave has been the co-host of Two Guys Garage for the past three years, and also co-hosted a weekly radio show with Sam Memmolo.

  7. After gradating from University of North Texas, Bryan enrolled at Wyoming Technical Institute where he learned advanced technical skills that helped shape him into the fabricator he is today. Drawn in by the west-coast car culture, after school Bryan moved to California and began a two-year apprenticeship with So-Cal Speed Shop.

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