August 05, 2012
Gale Banks was a guest on Dennis Pittesebarger's Hot Rod Magazine Live last Saturday, August 4th.
His segment aired for more than 40 minutes. Topics included the Banks Power-Dallenback Racing Pikes Peak Hill Climb attempt, Gale's work with the military, the new Banks iQ and the new 866T V8 6.6L diesel "ready to run" system.
The show is broadcast every Saturday through 36 affiliates that reach an audience of more than 350,000 listeners.
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HOT ROD MAGAZINE LIVE is your source for full-throttle Hot Rod fun! Host, Dennis Pittsenbarger, brings the oldest and respected pages of the iconic Hot Rod magazine alive on the radio. The program honors the brotherhood and sisterhood of car enthusiasts who understand that firing-up their hot rod makes the hair on their arms stand up. Or how looking down the quarter panel of the glass-like finish on a perfectly restored ’57 Chevy is a thrill only a true car enthusiast understands.
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