(Season 15 EP 44)
This Week’s Topics:
- Linda Vaughn – Miss Hurst +
- Jo Coddington stops by +
- Need winter storage?
Linda Vaughn – Miss Hurst
This interview was recorded as part of the Iola Uncut Interview Series. *
Linda is so much more than a model holding onto the famous giant Hurst shifter. After winning the audition to represent the Hurst Corporation, she went on to champion for women’s rights in the automotive industry.
She has served on numerous boards including the Specialty Equipment Manufacturers Association (SEMA). Where she has a positive approach to preserving the industry against the governments assault on motorsports. In 2019, she was inducted into the “Motorsports Hall of Fame of America”.
In this pre-recorded interview, you will appreciate Linda’s love for America and its constitution. You will hear her views on electric vehicles (EV).
During this interview Linda asked her friend and fellow auto pioneer – Jo Coddington to stop by. Jo is always welcome. Like Linda, Jo has a long history of participating and guiding the industry.
*The Iola interview series will include, Gene Winfield, Von Hot Rod, Bruce Larson with USA 1 dragster, Don Gartlits who is a legendary drag racer, Emily & Aaron from Flying Sparks Garage, Ian Roussel from Full Custom Garage, Barry Williams from the Brady Bunch TV Show, Jo Coddington and Duane Wade from American Hot Rod, Greg and Leah of the famous Greg’s Speed Shop, Johnny D’Augtino who is the authority in the custom car culture, Linda Vaughn is the historical figure in the automotive world. (Jo Coddington will be sitting in with many of these interviews) Keep checking with www.wisconsinhotrodradio.com for the play dates.
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They are located Southwest of Milwaukee in Franksville, Wisconsin.
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