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Dennis Gage

Dennis Gage is the producer and host of the wildly popular television show My Classic Car. For twenty years he’s traveled around the globe sharing automobiles, collections, car shows, and more with enthusiasts. His show has been on TNN, SPEED and can now be seen on the Velocity and MAVTV networks and is enjoyed in over 90 million households. Dennis is also the Executive Producer of the motorcycle television programs, Trippin’ on Two Wheels and Corbin’s Ride On and the reality series, Texas Hardtails and the independent film, Novem.

SHOW SPONSOR  

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CarpeGear.com The Little Red Racing Car

SUCCESS QUOTE

“Imagination is more important than knowledge.” – Albert Einstein

LIFE CHALLENGE

Dennis shares a very personal story of the day his house burned down three days before Christmas and on that same day his mother passed away. As he says, not one of his better day. Listen to the important reason the events of that day taught him about life.

AH-HA MOMENT

After taking some time off from college Dennis discovered a secret. He learned how to learn and went back to get a degree and then a PHD in Chemistry.

FIRST SPECIAL CAR

An 1969 Jaguar XKE

BEST AUTOMOTIVE ADVICE

You can always buy but you can’t always sell.

AUTOMOTIVE RESOURCE

National Parts Depot – www.npdlink.com

FAVORITE BOOK  

Leading With My Chin – Jay Leno

PARTING ADVICE 

Always buy the best restored car you can afford and let somebody else take the fifty cent on the dollar hit. And use it and have fun.

HOW TO FIND DENNIS

My Classic Car – www.myclassiccar.com

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