The FitZall Podcast
By Jimmy Andrew Eric
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The FitZall Old tool Podcast A show about antique/vintage tools and the people who love them. Each episode, we discuss our experiences finding and using specific tools as well as the stories surrounding them. Join us in talks about picking, history, and restoration of all tools we love. Hosted by Jimmy DiResta who makes new things with old tools , Eric who makes old tools new, and Andrew Alexander who finds BIG old tools.
||CleanEpisode 2 What to leave behind (Part 2)||Part 2 we talk more about what we'd leave behind and the eccentric people we meet while we buy old tools .. or try to buy old tools. pictures at @fitzall_podcast on instagram||1/5/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 2 What to leave behind (Part 1)||In this episode we talk about what tools and brands we'd leave behind! We talked for way too long so we made 2 parts. See the pictures at @fitzall_podcast on instagram! Thank You! Enjoy||1/5/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanThe Premier Episode: Wrenches||In this premier episode, Jimmy, Andrew & Eric introduce themselves and discuss how they came together to create a podcast centered on their mutual obsession with collecting fine, old tools. The guys start off by focusing on adjustable wrenches, specifically the more rare and odd designs they have come across over the years. Eric talks about his process of reissuing an antique Billings wrench first patented in 1879. Come enjoy the fun as they share their experiences and what they are looking out for next.||12/21/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanFitZall Podcast Trailer||Welcome to the FitZall Podcast where we tall about old tools!||12/21/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
The greatest worst, and best, most authentic, genuine, in-depth, vintage, antique, derp, nerd podcast ever, from three (well two) of my favorite people ever.
I’ve watched Jimmy and HandTool Rescue and thought, meh, this will at least be informative... it’s way more than that. I’ve laughed and learned in just 3 episodes... well 2, but one was Joe Rogan long so it feels like 3. It’s a good fit for my commute and while working in the garage.
Everything about this podcast is great. Please don't sensor it or tone it down.