Henry Ford transformed the automobile from a niche product that only enthusiasts and the very wealthy could enjoy into something that transformed the landscape of the US and so many other countries but in addition to his greatness and vision, he also had a darker side.Read More
Join us on the Curbside car show podcast as we explore the world of the automobiles, Cherry Classics and automotive destinations.
Jim Cherry and Tony Barthel speak with Jim Cherry’s brother, Mike, who just finished his first Great Race, a special race across multiple states in vintage cars, some over 100 years old. Hear stories from the front line - some tragic, some hilarious.Read More
Jim Cherry and Tony Barthel speak with Matt Anderson, Curator of Transportation for the Henry Ford. The Henry Ford is an incredible collection of American History including steam trains, The Wright Brothers' home and office, Thomas Edison's office and much, much more located in Michigan.Read More
Three-wheeled cars keep coming and going in history and, often times, they’re surrounded by scandal. This week we’ve got a fun look at the this ideology - plus a surprise visit from Dr. Headgasket.Read More
Possibly the most collectible and modifyable of all classic cars and certainly one of the most collectible classic cars of all time, the 1955, 1956 and 1957 Chevrolet models broke major new ground when it was introduced selling over a 1.5 million copies in just three years.Read More
Tony Barthel and Jim Cherry discuss the cars that shaped their lives - from fake concepts to cars that became stages at Jimmy Buffett concerts, these whacky machines explain a lot about Curbside today.Read More
Joe Bortz, legendary Motorama dream car collector joins us this week on the Curbside Car Show podcast for a look at his incredible collection and some of the history of these one-of-a-kind cars.Read More