If you're a fan of cars and automotive projects, MotorTrend's Hot Rod Garage TV show is the perfect fit for your watchlist. With its accurate and whimsical approach, Hot Rod Garage has been entertaining fans for years, and the show is still going strong despite Tony Angelo's departure. David Freiburger, editor-in-chief of Hot Rod Magazine and Hot Rod Garage, is now one of the hosts alongside Lucky Costa. The show focuses on projects rather than drama or shenanigans, and the team has achieved a lot in the last 6 years.
They've done more than 90 episodes of Hot Rod Garage, and Tony has also worked on the legendary Roadkill with Freiburger and Finnegan. We spoke to Tony, Lucky, David Freiburger and Mike Finnegan about their thoughts on Tony's departure and the future of Hot Rod Garage. David was one of the original hosts of Hot Rod Garage until fans welcomed him to Lucky Costa to replace him. The team is confident that they can continue to take Hot Rod Garage to new heights with their budget and time constraints. In one episode, Tony rebuilds a G-Force trans in record time and turns it into Mike Finnegan's Chevy 55 to save the day and lead the team to win their class at Hot Rod Drag Week.
This is just one example of how the team works together to create amazing projects that delight viewers. The future of Hot Rod Garage looks bright, and fans can look forward to more exciting projects from this talented team. Even with Tony's departure, the show will continue to entertain viewers with its unique blend of accuracy and whimsy.