CAITLYN JENNER REVEALS HER BUG EYE SPRITE ON RODEO DRIVE! – FMV631

CAITLYN JENNER AT RODEO DRIVE CONCOURS! – FIREBALL MALIBU VLOG 631 – Fireball and Kathie head with the team to The Rodeo Drive Concours, have a convo with Caitlyn Jenner about her new Austin Healey Bug Eye Sprite!

About CAITLYN from WIKI… CaitlynJenner (born October 28, 1949), formerly known as #BruceJenner, is an American television personality and retired Olympic gold medal-winning decathlete. Jenner was a college football player for the Graceland Yellowjackets before incurring a knee injury that required surgery.

Coach L. D. Weldon, who had coached Olympic decathlete Jack Parker, convinced Jenner to try the decathlon. After intense training, Jenner won the 1976 Olympics decathlon event at the Montreal Olympic Games, gaining fame as “an all-American hero”.

Jenner set a third successive world record while winning the Olympics. The winner of the Olympic decathlon is traditionally given the unofficial title of “world’s greatest athlete”.

With that stature, Jenner subsequently established a career in television, film, writing, auto racing, business and as a Playgirl cover model.

About RODEO DRIVE… Rodeo Drive is a two-mile-long street, primarily in Beverly Hills, California, with its southern segment in the City of Los Angeles.

Its southern terminus is at Beverwil Drive, and its northern terminus is at its intersection with Sunset Boulevard in Beverly Hills.

The name is most commonly used metonymically to refer to the three-block stretch of the street north of Wilshire Boulevard and south of Little Santa Monica Boulevard, which is known for its luxury goods stores.

The larger business district surrounding Rodeo, known as the “Golden Triangle,” which extends from Wilshire Boulevard to Santa Monica Boulevard, is both a shopping district and a tourist attraction.

EXPLORING LEO CARRILLO BEACH MALIBU! – FIREBALL MALIBU VLOG 630

EXPLORING #LEOCARRILLO BEACH #MALIBU! – FIREBALL MALIBU VLOG 630 – Fireball and Kathie head to north Malibu to explore Leo Carrillo Beach, spot Sea Lions, Birds and some serious waves.

From WIKI… Leo Carrillo State Park is a state park of California, United States, and a component of Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area preserving 1.5 miles (2.4 km) of beach at the foot of the Santa Monica Mountains. California State Route 1 runs through the park, where it intersects with the western terminus of the Mulholland Highway.

The 2,513-acre (1,017 ha) park was established in 1953. It is named for actor and conservationist Leo Carrillo (1881–1961), who served on the State Parks commission.

Leo Carrillo State Park offers swimming, surfing, windsurfing, surf fishing, and beachcombing. Beachgoers can explore tide pools, sea caves, and reefs. Away from shore there is a shady campground and back country hiking trails.

Leo Carillo Beach has been a popular location for photographers and movies. Movies filmed there include Gidget, Grease, 1984’s The Karate Kid, The Craft, Point Break, The Usual Suspects, Inception, Man from Atlantis and Mega Shark Versus Crocosaurus.

In the popular 1970s TV show The Rockford Files, starring James Garner, it was the first season’s opening scene of episode 1 (The Kirkoff Case) airing September 13, 1974.

It was featured in an episode of Huell Howser’s TV series California’s Golden Parks. The beach and cave were featured in the 1959 film”Journey to the center of the earth”

During the final scenes of the Tom Petty’s “Mary Jane’s Last Dance” music video, Petty is seen carrying Kim Basinger through a cave before placing her in the water.

MASSIVE 600HP CHEVY IMPALA! – FIREBALL MALIBU VLOG 629

MASSIVE 600HP CHEVY IMPALA! – FIREBALL MALIBU VLOG 629 – Fireball’s June #WheelsandWaves #CarShow goes off in Malibu attracting tons of cool cars including a massive 600hp #ChevyImpala. Plus, Kathie finishes her Mermaid!

WHEELS AND WAVES shots from The Daily Driver Project…

Amazing turnout for Father’s Day WHEELS AND WAVES! Check out these babies and for more, hit THE DAILY DRIVER PROJECT!

BADASS ODDSQUAD CLASSIC CAR CLUB! – FIREBALL MALIBU VLOG 628

BADASS ODDSQUAD CLASSIC CAR CLUB! – FIREBALL MALIBU VLOG 628 – Sequel to yesterday’s vlog lands Fireball on a Wedneday Night Classic Car Club event with Oddsquad.

From WIKI… A car club or automotive enthusiast community is a group of people who share a common interest in motor vehicles. Car clubs are typically organized by enthusiasts around type of vehicle (e.g. Corvette, Mustang), brand (e.g. Jeep), or similar interest (e.g. off-roading). Traditional car clubs were off-line organizations, but automotive on-line communities have flourished on the internet.

Classic Car Clubs have been a form of gathering car aficionados for many years that focus a passion for a certain type of car or driving activity.

Historically, car clubs refer to off-line entities, typically organized as non-profits and run by volunteers (who were most often elected). Some clubs were large enough to be run as a paid business with salaried employees; in the 1960s, some were sponsored by car dealers.

Many car clubs charge membership fees in exchange for benefits, such as publications and events. The publications typically contain photographs, messages from other members, service and parts advice, items and vehicles wanted and/or for sale, and historical material of interest to the membership.

Car clubs often host gatherings (called “meets”) which often also welcome interested non-members. Car clubs also may engage in other activities of various types, including races, cruising, shows, “mod” days when garage equipment and service tools are available for members to perform and assist each other with DIY work, or community service activities.

Meets are basically a time for the club to hang out with one another and to talk about cars and do normal stuff, such as bowling, eating, movies, etc.

Additionally, some car clubs have a “prospecting” status, where prospective members of the club meet with established club members, to assess their suitability within the club. During this time, prospective members will help work on club cars, attend events, and sometimes perform tasks; such as helping to park cars at a show, or assisting with ticket sales, etc.

Upon the completion of their prospect status, members will be “patched in,” whereupon they are considered full members of the club. In traditional car clubs in the US, this is typically signified by the awarding of a jacket or T-shirt with the club’s name and logo on the back, and the awarding of a bronze/aluminium “drag plate,” to be hung on the member’s car, displaying their membership status and club name. Classic Car Club

Vlogging with CAITLYN JENNER at The Rodeo Drive Concours…

Coming this week on the FMV, Fireball vlogs with Caitlyn Jenner and Bruce Meyer (Petersen Museum) at The Rodeo Drive Concours d’ Elegance.

About Rodeo Drive from WIKI… Rodeo Drive /rˈd./ is a two-mile-long street, primarily in Beverly Hills, California, with its southern segment in the City of Los Angeles. Its southern terminus is at Beverwil Drive, and its northern terminus is at its intersection with Sunset Boulevard in Beverly Hills.

The name is most commonly used metonymically to refer to the three-block stretch of the street north of Wilshire Boulevard and south of Little Santa Monica Boulevard, which is known for its luxury goods stores.

The larger business district surrounding Rodeo, known as the “Golden Triangle,” which extends from Wilshire Boulevard to Santa Monica Boulevard, is both a shopping district and a tourist attraction.

In 1906, Burton E. Green (1868-1965) and other investors purchased the property that would become Beverly Hills, formerly named Rancho Rodeo de las Aguas, with plans for a mixed-use subdivision with a branch of the Los Angeles and Pacific Railway running North on Rodeo Drive before turning west at Sunset Boulevard.

They platted the street that very year, in 1906. By 1907, 75×160 foot parcels on Rodeo were selling for $1,100 each. It became a bridle path in 1912, when the Beverly Hills Hotel was built on a former lima bean field.

By November 1925, similar lots were selling for between $15,000 and $30,000, almost double what they’d been selling for in September.

The central part of Rodeo eventually became a business street with hardware stores, gas stations, beauty shops, and bookstores. In 1958, real estate developer Marvin Kratter bought 48,000 square feet of land at the corner of Rodeo and Wilshire Boulevard from the city of Beverly Hills.
 
The acreage is across the street from the Beverly Wilshire Hotel and Kratter paid something over $2 million for it.