It had taken some time since Emile had volunteered to come on the podcast before we finally managed to lock down a time. It was at the end of a very long day at work and all my brain wanted to do was shut down, but after already postponing the podcast on several occasions I felt to would not be fair to ask it once more. So I pulled up to his house, regardless of how I tired I felt , expecting the worse due to my lack of focus.

As it turned out however, Emile is one of the friendliest guys I have met and I felt very welcome in his home. More importantly he was enthusiastic about the show which allowed me to relax and enjoy our chat. Emile has had a lot of experience overseas and bring a interesting insight and character to the world of modified cars.

I have to say a big thank you to Emile for being so understanding of my drained demeanour and giving all his energy to pull me through this episode.


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Roger Baillie
Brought up in a world of Mini's, road trips, rallying and tinkering it is unsurprising that among my passions, since I can remember, cars have been something very special to me. The way they look, the way they smell and especially the way the sound. This passion has grown over the years from a spectator's seat at Formula 1 and WRC events to active participation in events such as the Cannonball Run NZ and Stance Off Events. My current love affair is with a slightly tuned Mk4 Golf GTI which brings me nothing but joy on the road. This love for driving and cars has led me start a Podcast dedicated to my love of driving called Drive Life NZ where I hope to share my story while exploring the varied stories of other enthusiasts. Dispelling the myths surrounding car people and celebrating our diversity.


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