Ep 5. Puddins Fab Shop | In the Aisles w/ Derek Bieri

You never know what—or who—you’ll run into in the aisles. In this episode, Derek talks to Jacob from the YouTube channel Puddin’s Fab Shop. Hear Jacob discuss his journey from jet engine mechanic to “I wasn’t cut out for customer service.” He talks about his work on Datsuns, box trucks and Internationals, his dream of owning a ’64 Impala Wagon, and his lying under a truck in a flash flood, bench-pressing a transmission into place. At which point, Derek and Jacob agree: wrenching in the rain is the worst. 

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