WHEELS AND WAVES brings in HORSEPOWER FOR AN HOUR for May 21st Car Show…
Wheels and Waves for May will be bringing in Donny and Spence of HORSEPOWER FOR AN HOUR. An amazing Worldwide Radio Sensation that will be recording LIVE directly from the show. As always will be some amazing cars and celebrity guests, but the HORSEPOWER show will be a fun edition.
Listen to them this Sunday, April 28th for an interview that Fireball did with an update on what happening and more.
About the show… “Horsepower for an Hour” is a hard-hitting automotive news & info show for everyone from the daily driver to the weekend wrencher… if it’s classic cars, racing, or sports car clubs, Horsepower for an Hour is “Your Ultimate Stop for Automotive Podcasts”!
The perpetual change in the automotive industry can be swift and difficult to stay abreast of, what’s new and innovative today is soon antiquated and seemingly archaic. Advancements in fuel systems, electronic technology and autonomous vehicles are just a few of the topics you’ll find at Horsepower for an Hour and HorsepowerOnline.com
FAST 8 DODGE DEMON IN THE FLESH! – FIREBALL MALIBU VLOG 592
Fireball and son Sean head to a private screening for the movie FATE OF THE FURIOUS and see the Fast 8 Cars like the Dodge Demon and Plymouth GTX.
About FATE OF THE FURIOUS… Dominic “Dom” Toretto and Letty Ortiz are on their honeymoon in Havana when Dom is challenged to a street race at an auto show by local racer Fernando. Dom races for Fernando’s car, intending to give it to his cousin, while wagering his own show car. After narrowly winning the race, Dom allows Fernando to keep his car, earning his respect, and instead leaves his cousin with his show car. The next day, Dom is approached by elusive cyberterrorist Cipher, who coerces him into working for her.
Shortly after the encounter, Dom and his team, comprising Letty, Roman Pearce, Tej Parker, and Ramsey, are recruited by Diplomatic Security Service (DSS) agent Luke Hobbs to help him retrieve an EMP device from a military outpost in Berlin. During the getaway, Dom goes rogue, forcing Hobbs off the road and stealing the device for Cipher. Hobbs is arrested and locked up in the same high-security prison he helped imprison Deckard Shaw in. After escaping, both are recruited by intelligence operative Frank Petty and his protégé, Eric Reisner, to help the team find Dom and capture Cipher.
About the DODGE DEMON… The Dodge Challenger SRT® Demon is built to be an elite performance machine. That’s why it’s powered by a Supercharged 6.2L HEMI® SRT Demon V8 engine and armed with a functional Air-Grabber™ hood scoop and Torque Reserve Launch System.
Easter Shots of WHEELS AND WAVES from DDP!
See more at THE DAILY DRIVER PROJECT…
MALIBU WHEELS AND WAVES EASTER CARSHOW! – FIREBALL MALIBU VLOG 589
Fireball’s Wheels and Waves Car Show goes off for Easter at The Malibu Country Mart with Celebrity Guest Rodney Allen Rippy and some amazing cars. Plus, some awesome life inspiration.
Fireball to be Grand Marshal for FOUNTAIN VALLEY CAR SHOW
Come June 24th, Fireball will step up as Grand Marshal for THE FOUNTAIN VALLEY CAR SHOW in Fountain Valley, Orange County.
From the site…
Actor RODNEY ALLEN RIPPY to be Easter Wheels and Waves Special Guest…
That’s right folks, RODNEY ALLEN RIPPY will be our Special Guest for the EASTER WHEELS AND WAVES this Sunday, April 16th. Don’t miss it!
More about RODNEY here…
In the advertisements, Rippy was seen trying to wrap his mouth around the super-sized Jumbo Jack hamburger. The tag line “It’s too big to eat!” (pronounced “It’s too big-a-eat!”) became a catch-phrase. Another spot showed Rippy giggling while singing the song “Take Life a Little Easier,” which was released as a single by Bell Records in the fall of 1973 in the wake of the commercial’s popularity.
The 45 (b/w “World of Love”) approached the Billboard magazine “Bubbling Under the Hot 100” chart in October 1973, peaking at #112. At the age of five, Rippy became the youngest person ever to make any Billboard music chart.
Rippy subsequently had guest roles in many popular television shows, including The Six Million Dollar Man, Marcus Welby, M.D., Police Story, and The Odd Couple (where Rodney played the owner of the building where Oscar and Felix lived). He also appeared frequently on talk shows such as The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson and Dinah’s Place with Dinah Shore. Rippy also had a co-starring role on the CBS Saturday morning children’s show The Harlem Globetrotters Popcorn Machine.
Rodney made his big screen debut (uncredited, filmed before the Jack in the Box spots) in the Mel Brooks comedy Blazing Saddles in 1974. He portrayed a young Sheriff Bart aboard his parents’ buckboard wagon after a brutal Sioux nation attack. When the Sioux chief, portrayed by Brooks, allows the pioneers passage (for being darker than the Sioux are), Rippy says his only line, “Thank you.” In a Peanuts newspaper comic strip dated July 3, 1974, Snoopy awakens from a dream in which he “had been invited out to dinner by Rodney Allen Rippy!”