Check Out Hooptie Happy Hour in Podcast Form | Autance

Listen to us ramble whenever you want.

  • 340
Check Out Hooptie Happy Hour in Podcast Form | Autance © Check Out Hooptie Happy Hour in Podcast Form | Autance

Car Autance is building outward for 2022. We have big plans for video, even more great stories, and the revival of Hooptie Happy Hour (HHH), the site’s radio-like internet talk show. Throughout 2021, we hosted the live chat on Twitter Spaces, where all of you can interact and ask questions. Now it comes with an important bonus: It’s finally available in a recorded podcast format.

HHH is a series of one-hourish chat sessions that start with a general them and usually end up rambling about other car and non-car things. We always have an excellent time chatting it up with listeners, but the biggest issue was that the show would disappear into some vault full of hard drives deep at Twitter HQ once it was over. That has changed, as we are happy to report that the shows are now recorded. This means HHH can come with you on a drive, a leisurely wrenching session in your workspace, or it can be excellent background noise. The choice is yours.

Unfortunately, you won’t be able to interact with us because we haven’t quite figured out time travel yet. I’m sure major breakthroughs will be had in 2023, but for now, our show is hitting the road with you in all of its patinated glory. 

Our first recorded show chronicles our thoughts on the fantastical Tokyo Auto Salon, tuning and modification of cars, and even updates on our many project cars. Give it a listen and maybe leave a reply under that tweet if you want a question answered for the next show. For now, listen on Twitter Spaces and perhaps we can expand into other podcasting platforms. Happy podcasting, friends.

  • In the newest Car Autance video, EIC Andrew Collins demonstrates how and why he upgraded his garage with all-new LED lights. 
  • Car Autance launched a new series, Car Confessions and Hard Lessons. In the third installment, Engineering Explained creator Jason Fenske explains why buying a Subaru WRX STI was the worst car decision he’s ever made. 
  • With its new used car platform Car Bravo, GM is aiming to beat out companies like CarMax and Carvana at their own games.
  • The first 2022 Subaru WRX dyno numbers are in, and they tell a deeper story.
  • We know the used car market is crazy, but you should keep your eye on these three excellent 2000s sport sedans
Commnets 0
Leave A Comment