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Lance Lambert

Lance Lambert


“The Vintage Vehicle Show”

In his early years Lance was hanging out in car dealers showrooms, pumping gas at the local Signal station at the age of 12, building model cars and even attempting to drive his parents 1956 Cadillac at the age of ten. His teenage years were filled with $100 cars, active participation in the Steeds Car Club and occasionally being required by the local authorities to give up his driving privileges. His love for the automobile increased as he matured into adulthood and continues to this day. Lance is an active participant in several car clubs, has automotive articles published locally, nationally and internationally, is frequently asked to make personal appearances at automotive and charity events and, much to his delight, produces and hosts the weekly VINTAGE VEHICLE SHOW.

Lance's talents have been featured on the Speedchannel Network, Hot Rod TV, Fox Sports Network, PBS, PAX Network, i Network  and he has even appeared  twice on the Comedy Central Network.  Lance is also an on staff automotive journalist that is featured regularly in GARAGE STYLE MAGAZINE and the Journal Newspapers. His writings have also been featured in OLD CARS WEEKLY, MUSTANG TIMES, MUSTANG NEWS, CRUZIN', THE SEATTLE TIMES and dozens of additional print and on-line publications. His first book is scheduled to be released in 2009."

Lance Lambert has taken you along to see everything from the world's most valuable Ferrari to riding in a restored World War II tank. Automotive celebrities such as Jay Leno, Boyd Coddington, George Barris, Gene Winfield, Troy Trepanier, Vic Edelbrock, Blackie Gejeian, Pete Chapouris, Joe Bailon, Randy Clark, Chip Foose, John D'Agostino, Mike Lavalle, Rick Dore, Bones Noteboom, Ed Roth Jr. and Ed Justice have shared their design and construction secrets and taken you along on tours of their facilities. 

Everything from house painted and chicken wired Cuban cars to multi-million dollar Classics have driven across your TV screen on the VINTAGE VEHICLE SHOW.

The VINTAGE VEHICLE SHOW show is broadcast on 75 stations across the US and on TV networks in 27 foreign countries. Consult your local listings for times and stations. Join Lance each week as he takes you along for a great ride on the VINTAGE VEHICLE SHOW. go

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