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01/19/15 Mark McCandlish-Private Sector Space Flight-Tesla Motors

Complete Interview on YouTube:

First 14 minutes Only – on Tesla Motors
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Mark McCandlish updated us on the private sector space flight disasters from last October 2014 involving the explosion of the Orbital Sciences rocket that was supposed to resupply the International Space Station, the crash of Sir Richard Branson’s SpaceShip Two on Halloween Day, and we covered the failed landing of the Elon Musk's reusable SpaceX rocket on January 10, 2015.

We also talked briefly about Musk's amazing Tesla Motors Model S all-electric luxury car that delivers supercar-like acceleration and handling, on par with anything else on the road!

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Wil Cooksey Inducted Corvette Museum’s Hall of Fame

Wil-Cooksey-FB-GraphicWhy are Corvettes so special to people? Let's talk with Wil Cooksey and find out!

Encore program. Listen HERE. For our Friday Night Car Show it is a great pleasure to have former Corvette Assembly Plant Manager, Wil Cooksey as our guest. Cars and trucks are everywhere and we kind of treat them as if they form themselves and grow organically. Wil Cooksey has a unique insight into the mass production of modern high performance cars.

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The Racing Life of Paul Newman, Hollywood Icon

Paul NewmanBest of ENCORE SHOW, Listen HERE.  This program, we’re going “Hollywood” with automotive journalist, Matt Stone. Matt talks about his book, “Winning – The Racing Life of Paul Newman” published by Motorbooks and available at and

While Hollywood has had iconic stars since its beginnings, few are as associated with cars, racing, and speed as are Paul Newman.

“Winning – The Racing Life of Paul Newman”is authored by Matt Stone and Preston Lerner.

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Honoring the Great Henry Ford

Henry FordListen to archived show HERE.  It’s another Car Show on Far Out Radio!  July 30th 2013 would have been Henry Ford’s 150th birthday! Time has a funny way of making what was once breakthrough technology commonplace, such that it’s no longer considered special. Ford historian, Bob Kreipki with the Henry Ford Museum is our guest this program.
Since the Industrial Revolution began, almost every advancement that people have made has become commonplace. Thanks to the fact that the Ford Motor Company carries Henry Ford’s name, Mr. Ford will not be forgotten.

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Matt Stone – A Car Culture Conversation: My First Car

Basic RGBMatt Stone First Cars FBListen to HR 1 HERE.  HR 2.  It’s a Friday Night Car Show on Far Out Radio! Automotive journalist Matt Stone is back with us for both hours this program. Matt and I spend time talking about his book, “My First Car – Recollections of First Cars From Jay Leno, Tony Stewart, Carroll Shelby, Dan Ackroyd, Tom Wolf, and Many More!” Unless cars have about the same importance for you as a toaster, nearly everyone remembers their “first car.”

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