Chattanooga, Tenn. (June 25, 2015) – Luken Communications, LLC is excited to announce an affiliation agreement between Luken’s latest network offering, Rev’n, and KFLA – Los Angeles (DMA 2). KFLA, a long-time affiliate of Luken’s Retro TV, will launch Rev’n on July 1, 2015. Los Angeles area viewers will be able to find Rev’n over-the-air on channel 8.6, in addition to Retro TV on 8.3. This means V8TV fans can now see the show on KFLA Monday nights at 9:00 PM, click here for additional airtimes!
The V8 Speed & Resto Shop and V8TV Crew will be on-hand at the 2015 Street Machine Nationals in DuQuoin, IL, June 26-28. This is a very fun event, celebrating Pro Street heritage and horsepower all weekend long. This year, the show expands its activites with an autocross in addition to the burnout contest and other special activities like the Legends Of Pro Street display. Click the Read More link for the complete schedule of events at DuQuion 2015!
On this episode, Kelle and Kevin chat about the 2015 Hot Rod Power Tour rolling right past the V8 Speed & Resto Shop on Tuesday, June 9, 2015. They also share insights about what to do to prepare for a big road trip with an old car and how to have a successful, fun, and safe trip!
>>CLICK HERE for the V8 Road Trip Checklist mentioned in the podcast!
We’ve got a lot going on at the V8 Speed & Resto Shop, here’s a few snaps from around the shop.
1968 Olds 442 getting an LSA Connect & Cruise swap
Chattanooga, Tenn., (April 6, 2015) – Luken Communications' latest network offering, Rev'n, is proud to announce the addition of V8TV to its programming lineup. V8TV can be found on Monday evenings at 9:00 p.m. Eastern/Pacific starting today, April 6, 2015.
V8TV is built around the V8 Speed & Resto Shop in Red Bud, Illinois, where they specialize in building, restoring and modifying American muscle cars. V8TV takes viewers along for the ride and their restoration projects are truly the stars of the show.
Terri Coyle, Luken’s Director of Programming, said, “Rev’n is proud to continue expanding its programming by bringing yet another great series to audiences nationwide, this time focusing on muscle car restoration. The addition of V8TV is another step toward making Rev’n a one-stop shop for gearheads of every kind, and we couldn’t be happier to offer viewers the opportunity to be along for the ride.”
The 800+ HP 1969 Camaro ZR9 is coming together nicely, and you can follow the build in the V8 Forum! Click the pic or This Link to get the whole story from beginning to end!
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