PQB News/VI Free Daily publisher Peter McCully’s ‘windup toy’, a Toyota Corolla. (Photo submitted)

PQB News/VI Free Daily publisher Peter McCully’s ‘windup toy’, a Toyota Corolla. (Photo submitted)

PQBeat Podcast: Talking cars with Philip Wolf and Peter McCully

Listen: Chat includes best and worst vehicles, dream rides and more

The PQB News has launched a podcast, PQBeat (follow us here) focusing on people and issues important to our readers in the Parksville Qualicum Beach area. For our latest installment, amid all the COVID-19 news, we thought we’d lighten things up a little. VI Free Daily editor Philip Wolf talked with VI Free Daily/PQB News publisher Peter McCully about cars – best, worst, favourites and more. What was your first car?

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VI Free Daily editor Philip Wolf’s old 1995 Jeep YJ. (Photo submitted)

VI Free Daily editor Philip Wolf’s old 1995 Jeep YJ. (Photo submitted)

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