Cars Yeah is a podcast created for Inspiring Automotive Enthusiasts™. Mark interviews successful entrepreneurs who have discovered how to work, play, and have fun with their passion for everything automotive. Do you wish your career could be in the automotive field you're passionate about? If you are looking for inspiration, motivation, and actionable advice during your daily commute, workout or while in the garage playing with your cars, Mark Greene delivers. Each episode brings you their story, successes, failures, and those AH-HA moments in their journey. Each episode includes the Last Lap where you'll hear quick-blip-of-the-throttle answers and the Checkered Flag with a tough automotive question.
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Greg Stanley is a Car Specialist for RM Sotheby's where they conduct live and on-line auctions, private sales and help with acquiring and selling small and large collections of the finest automobiles. Greg is also the Creator and Host of The Collecto... more
John Houlihan had a career in industrial design and worked at GM in their Advanced Studios Future Projects and later on the ’71 Buick Riviera Boattail and the Chevy Vega. After his time with GM he worked at Smith Corona and General Electric designin... more
Dr. Carl Telford is the Research and Innovation Manager at Consortium for Battery Innovation, where he facilitates funding opportunities for lead batteries across multiple applications and sectors.
This could possibly be a decent podcast if the host quit using words like “ pivot “ over and over again. Trying to incorporate trendy “ keywords is annoying. Be real .
Mark Green and Keith Martins interview with Randy N from Bring a Traier was the best episode yet of Buy, Sell, Hold. I was cool to listen how Rany took and idea that has disrupted and transformed the online auction marketplace for cool cars. Mark and Keith, keep up the great work.
I understand commercials are needed but it seems to take forever to get through the commercials and get to the meat of the show.
I love the floor mat for the show. It’s very interesting to me
I recently found this after trying to find other car related podcasts to subscribe to. First, I really like the variety of people brought in to be interviewed. However, the same repetitive questions for every single guest gets old. The show settles for a boring structure that pretty much lives on cruise control. Natural conversations can’t really develop because there’s always that next (same) question to be asked. Let each show flow on its own. Structure is fine, but that doesn’t mean the quest... more
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Cars Yeah launched 8 years ago and published 2027 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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