I recently became acquainted with a great new website called “Cars Yeah” stewarded by Mark Greene. I had become aware of it via a recent interview that appeared there featuring good friend Pete Vack from Veloce Today (click here to listen to the interview with Pete).
After listening to Pete’s interview and being duly impressed with the professionalism of the site, the approach and its mission and format, I had to learn more from the man who created it and expertly runs it – Mark Greene. Here’s what Mark shares on his site about his passion and his website – “Cars Yeah:”
CarsYeah podcast is a 5 day a week show hosted by me, Mark Greene. I am an incurable automotive enthusiast interviewing successful automotive entrepreneurs who live a lifestyle around their passion for automobiles.
I will take you on their journey, get under the hood, and provide some inspiration. You can find the show on iTunes, Stitcher Radio, YouTube, or here on the Cars Yeah website Podcast pages.
Don’t forget to subscribe and get your free Fill ‘R Up Book.
Sit down, buckle up and enjoy the ride!
This week, I’m honored to be a guest on Mark’s “Cars Yeah” show. During our segment, we had a chance to talk about the cars we focus on, their history, and the goal that Rick D’Louhy and our entire group (that means all of you!) have about these cars. And for those of you who know how long I can write and how much I can talk….you won’t be disappointed – the interview is nearly 45 minutes long. (Whew! Poor Mark Greene!)
So….let’s have at it gang and for those of you interested in these cars, their history, and the way in which all of us in our group are collaborating to help save and share the history of handcrafted cars in the postwar era, click on the link below. When you get to the page, you can begin to listen to the interview by clicking on the red arrow near the top of the page:
Thanks again to Mark Greene for hosting such a fine website and sharing interviews with such a diverse group of car guys and gals – 5 days a week. Very impressive! And you can learn more about his mission and website by clicking on the following link:
Hope you enjoyed the story, and remember gang…
The adventure continues here at Forgotten Fiberglass.