(Season 15 EP 5)
Brooks Ferrell, Executive Producer – TV’s Full Custom Garage
This is a 4-part series on the Full Custom Garage experience.
Part 1 – January 23, 2021 Link to podcast
Ian Roussel, the man himself
Part 2 – January 30, 2021
Brooks Ferrell, Executive Producer
Part 3 – February 6, 2021
Johnny “Jalopy” Wood – Conceptional Artist / Cartoonist
Part 4 – February 13, 2021
Victor Cacho, Client seen on Full Custom Garage.
In response to the many requests, we receive here at Wisconsin Hot Rod Radio for more of Ian Roussel and Full Custom Garage – we decided to host several of the key figures from the show.
Brooks worked with Ian Roussel on Monster Nation, where Brooks was a camera man and Ian was the “behind the scenes” fabricator. Together they created a several popular DVD called “Back from the Dead: Hot Rod Documentary”. Brooks has worked on Jesse James: Blacksmith, How Stuff Works, Vans Cup at Tahoe and more.
If anybody knows what it takes to keep up with Ian – Brooks would know.
Full Custom Garage is TV series dedicated to building custom vehicles. It features Ian Roussel who has been creating some of the coolest rides since Ed “Big Daddy” Roth. He has been inducted to the prestige West Coast Kustoms Hall of Fame along with Gene Winfield, Darryl Starbird, Von Dutch, Bill Hines, Dick Dean, George Barris and more.
Full Custom Garage can be seen on the MAV network and Motor Trend.
WHRR Note: Ian Roussel will be attending the 3-day Iola Car Show this July 8-10, 2021.
Letters from listeners
More gas station stories and one from a concerned young gun.
1951 Ford Sedan Gasser Drag Car
Our swap section should be called a “Car Carroll”. A whole bunch of cool rides have arrived and are sitting in the swap section. Click here for more…
1932 Ford Pick Up – Old School Hot Rod
1975 Plymouth Fury Sport
1980 AMC AMX Drag Car
1970 El Camino
1972 Chevy S-10 Custom Truck
2001 Arlen Ness Antique Sportster with Sidecar
2005 Chrysler Crossfire SRT-6
2005 Neon SRT-4
2013 Viper SRT-10 GTS
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