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The breakout star of Discovery's hit automotive restoration show Fast N' Loud takes readers on an entertaining ride through his wild life and behind the scenes of his hit show in this memoir and automotive handbook, revving with outrageous details and jaw-dropping stories, and injected with the quick-witted, foul-mouthed charm viewers love."If we're gonna have fun, it bettThe breakout star of Discovery's hit automotive restoration show Fast N' Loud takes readers on an entertaining ride through his wild life and behind the scenes of his hit show in this memoir and automotive handbook, revving with outrageous details and jaw-dropping stories, and injected with the quick-witted, foul-mouthed charm viewers love."If we're gonna have fun, it better have a motor!"In Fast N' Loud, Richard Rawlings pushes into high gear, sharing the story of his rise to success, his show, and the automotive know-how that has made him famous. He begins with his own storyhow he went from flat broke to a seat at the table with some of history's most iconic car guys. His road to the top is full of dangerous twists and hilarious turns, with a few precipitous cliffs in between, including getting shot defending his beloved 1965 Mustang fastback from carjackers, blowing out of town Fear-and-Loathing style, and picking up chicks and vagrants along the way.Rawlings then takes readers behind the scenes of Fast N' Loud, the series, sharing details on everything from the toughest car to restore to the easiest, his favorite restorations, travel and war anecdo(more...)...

Title : Fast N' Loud: Blood, Sweat and Beers
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ISBN : 9781467601580
Format Type : Audio
Number of Pages : 508 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Fast N' Loud: Blood, Sweat and Beers Reviews

  • Mark Maguire
    2018-10-30 23:14

    I was a little disappointed with this book. The book was billed as an autobiography; and whilst it was undoubtedly a fast paced and easy read, I didn't feel any connection with the author at the conclusion. The book seemed to be more of an overview of, and a companion to the TV series, rather than an opportunity to learn more about the man behind the Gas Monkey empire.