Many people have said to Lance "You should write a book!"
"Fenders, Fins & Friends: Confessions of a Car Guy"
"Fenders, Fins & Friends: Confessions of a Car Guy" is about Lance Lambert being the luckiest guy that you've ever known. Why is he lucky?
- He didn't get caught "borrowing" a few of the cars that he parked during his short tenure as an upscale restaurant's parking valet.
- He survived the resulting crash of his Triumph Bonneville after smiling at the girls next to him in the '65 Mustang convertible instead of seeing the car turning in front of him.
- The brakes failing in his '62 Studebaker ended in a reunion rather than a fatality.
- Using a pop bottle full of gas and a syringe as a fuel pump didn't result in the destruction of both Lance and his "Doddlebug" motor scooter.
- He was able to maintain control of the Ferrarri even after the owner forced him to drive it well beyond his abilities.
Perhaps luck has also played a part in Lance being blessed with an abundance of incredibly wonderful friends. Together they have tempted fate, made good and bad decisions and shared many "book worthy" automotive adventures. "Fenders, Fins & Friends: Confessions of a Car Guy" is a collection of true stories told in a humorous and honest style.
"Lance Lambert is the Garrison Keillor of car stories. His nostalgic and chuckle worthy stories always put a smile on my face." M.J. McDermott, KCPQ Television Reporter and author of The Improv