Watch Episode 2 of the 1A Auto Talk & Tune Show

If you follow along with the 1A Blog, our Facebook page, our Youtube channel, or you know, the internet… You might possibly have seen that we have created a short, weekly, question & answer show. We are officially done with episode 2, and we have decided to call it the “1A Auto Talk & Tune” show. Right now, it’s me and Dan.  We are typical “car-guys”. We own vehicles that go fast, and are always wondering what modification to do to our vehicles next. That being said, we may mix more people into this show over time to add a little variety. With so many automotive enthusiasts in the business, it would be a shame if you didn’t get to meet more of them right?

So how did this week’s episode go? Well. We talked about bear claws with exclamation points, destroying automatic transmissions, swapping automatics to manuals, and replacing shocks and struts. Looking back, we may have been a little too wordy this time around. Don’t worry though! We are learning incredible amounts from each episode that we shoot, and we are looking forward to answering more of your questions next week.

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Episode 1 of the 1A Auto Question & Answer Session

This past week at 1A Auto, we wanted to try something new and exciting that had never been done before.  I hopped onto the 1AAuto Facebook page and asked our Facebook friends for some hard-hitting car questions. I then grabbed my coworker Dan and set up a camera so that we could answer these questions on video.  Dan had no idea what he was getting into, and I gave him very little time to prepare, yet he handled it like an absolute pro. We were both a bit camera shy because this was our first Question & Answer Episode. If you like it, please let us know, share it with a friend, and tell us what you think about the questions in the video. If it goes over well, we’ll make more.

Austin Dillon Sets The #3 On The Pole For Daytona 500!

When the command is given to “Fire Em Up” during this years 56th annual Daytona 500; Austin Dillon will be behind the wheel of a number that his grandfather ran, but was also made famous by Dale Earnhardt. It’s a number that since Dale’s death had unofficially been retired until the right driver came along to carry on the legacy of the #3.

As the grandson of Richard Childress,  the time seemed right to  bring the number back to the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series and to place Austin behind the wheel. With a blessing from Dale Jr. and his sister Kelly, Austin had received a green light to run the number for the first time in over twelve years.

Someone may have been smiling down from the heavens, because during the time trials on Sunday, Austin Dillon went around Daytona International Speedway at a speed of 196.019 MPH which was landed the Dow sponsored Chevrolet smack dab on the Pole for Sunday’s race.

At the drop of the green flag on Sunday, there will certainly be cheers and tears from many race fans as they watch the number 3 lead the pack across the start/finish line for the “Great American Race”.

One Of The Most Impressive Driving Videos On The Internet

There is no shortage of videos on the internet, especially when it comes to automotive hijinks.  This particular one is several years old now, but it still leads the pack as far as impressive driving goes.  When you combine an ultra light super 7 with a driver that knows what the heck they are doing, it is truly a sight to behold.

Got a more impressive video?  Well, I’d like to see it.

Check Out This Candy Dipped 1960 Pontiac Swagger Package.

1960 pontiac

WATCH THIS VIDEO OF IT RIGHT NOW.

This is 20 feet of 100 percent pure, swagger-coated, 1960 Pontiac. It appears to have 1959 Cadillac tail light lenses, and early 1960’s Cadillac upper tail fins.  It’s sitting on monster chrome wheels that are least 20 inches, but probably more like 22’s. Air ride suspension lives underneath with fast dump valves (likely 1/2 inch at least), and they are fully connected to a keyfob.  To complete the ultimate swagger package, this sexy American steel is dipped in a sweet candy red paint. I think this swagger package is complete, son.