If you hate feeling old, you may want to skip this episode of AutoHunter‘s Drive the Bid Podcast. Young turk Luke Lamendola, the Social Media/On-Camera Host for the Collector Car Network, has a number of historical automotive images thrown at him to see if I, the old hat, can humiliate him with his youthfulness. Instead, I simply end up feeling old. How you feel about the below podcast will be dependent on the generation you claim as your own.

News was on Porsche’s 2025 911 GTS, which features hybrid power for an interesting twist on the Porsche theme. No, it’s not a Porsche Prius but, rather, an exercise on what hybridization can do for the automotive experience.

We also threw up several memes, with Luke bringing some he’s found online, while I came up with one that demonstrates a paradox with (anti-)environmentalism. Additionally, one of our co-workers happened to show us a draft of a meme of one of his pet peeves – and he had no idea that we did these things for the podcast, so a shout out to Corey!

And, of course, our AutoHunter pics: a subtle 1965 Chevrolet C10 Fleetside, 1969 Oldsmobile 4-4-2 Holiday coupe, 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air sport coupe, and 1992 Nissan 300ZX.

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