Author Chris Caccamise

Chris is Horsepower Broadcasting's senior radio show editor and videographer. He is as brilliant as he is creative and he is the guy who polishes the show each week to a high lustrous shine. His video skills and his ability to edit the weekly audio segments have become the digital foundation on which the show stands.

He makes sure the show is on time not only with our FTP files but also to Cumulus for our satellite delivery. He's the one who makes sure all the content fits into very precise windows of time, confirms ad content is rotated for freshness and verifies all subject content flows well without mistakes.

Chris's contributions are essential to our weekly national broadcast and he is on time, every time!

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Mazda’s game plan: Compression ignition, superchargers, EVs — and still fun to drive. 400 or more Tesla workers find themselves looking fora new job and We’ll look at the all-new Ford Raptor. 1966 Pontiac GTO vs. 1966 Mercury Cyclone

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We’ll talk about Chevy’s all new Z28. Cadillac’s semi-autonomous super cruise hits the road and takes the wheel. 1932 Studebaker vs 1932 Lincoln Model KB Phaeton , and GM claims they will begin to abandon all gas and diesel powered vehicles beginning around the mid 20s

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Special Guest Steve Ford joins us in studio to discuss the current issue of a shortage of qualified automotive technicians and the 1940 Oldsmobile 90 Coupe battles the 1940 Ford Deluxe Coupe in Clash of the Classics.

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We have special guest Fireball Tim Lawrence back in studio with us for an open discussion about East Coast and West Coast Car Culture. ‘Garage Rehab’ could help struggling shops, here are three moneymaking tips for garage owners. 1968 MBZ 280SL vs 1978 Porsche Targa.

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What does the Cadillac CTS-V and the Dodge Hellcat Charger have in common? With automakers developing more fuel efficient engines, the argument for electric cars becomes more challenging. 1971 Javelin AMX vs 1971 Mustang Mach 1 and We’ll look at some of the newest transmission designs and talk about some of the problems that are beginning to emerge

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