Every month, Hot Rod hosts club members for a VIP tour of the HOT ROD, Roadkill and Hot Rod Garage facilities in the Los Angeles area. The Roadkill Garage show is mostly filmed in Dulchich's own garage, which is located on his farm. While the production location of the series is in Southern California. Dulchich's garage is where most cars are located and worked.
Check out host Steve Dulchich's garage video, which serves as the backdrop for Roadkill Garage. We specialize in all phases of street bar repair, traditional turnkey hot rod construction, custom automotive upholstery, chassis modifications and custom body and paint work. We've done more than 90 episodes of Hot Rod Garage in the last 6 years and I'm ready for a new challenge. Roadkill Garage is an automotive-themed web program produced by magazines such as MotorTrend and Hot Rod.
The show is hosted by the editor-in-chief of Hot Rod magazine, David Freiburger, along with editor Mike Finnegan, who serve as the main cast of the show. When it was announced that Lucky would become a permanent member of the Hot Rod Garage family, he had been away from the screen for a while. We spoke to Tony, Lucky, David Freiburger and Mike Finnegan about their thoughts on Tony's departure and the future of Hot Rod Garage. While the audience of the show will remember their favorite moments on camera, a lot of what Tony and the Hot Rod Garage team will remember are the many, many moments they had off-screen.
Over the years, Tony and Lucky not only saved a show that wasn't planned to live beyond its third season, but they created a rare and unique experience that made people care about Hot Rod Garage. It was in the second season that Freiburger and Finnegan knew that Hot Rod Garage needed to find their address. Finally, 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. In addition to Tony's Hot Rod Garage work, he has worked on the legendary Roadkill with Freiburger and Finnegan.
While some project car shows focus on drama or shenanigans, the most prominent word in the Hot Rod Garage title is “Garage. In fact, David was one of the original hosts of Hot Rod Garage until fans welcomed him to Lucky Costa to replace him.