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We’re showing you how to do the easiest rust repair known to man, completely replacing the rusty panel with a brand new sheet metal one. Then, we’re taking a Kenworth big rig out for a little test drive.
We're doing retro styled body mods including "Frenching" our headlights and "Tunneling" our taillights.
We're checking out the cool show trucks, running the autocross and finding the bargains in the swap meet area at this yearly show in Nashville.
We're taking our finished Cheep Cherokee to Kentucky's Black Mountain Off Road Park to see what it can do... once and for all!
We're adding power to our 5.9 Cummins with a new fuel plate and dropping in a brand new, heavy duty clutch.
We're tying up some the remaining loose ends on our 1966 Chevy C-10 to get it ready to finally hit the road.
We're saving money by reviving the original glass in our 1966 Chevy C-10 and restoring the OE gauge cluster.
We're converting the suspension on Project: Cheep Cherokee from a "short arm" to "long arm" system for a better handling on the road and more suspension flex off road.
We're modifying our 1997 Dodge frame by moving the engine back nearly 6 inches before bolting our 1979 F-350 body to it.
We'll test a new engine tuner to see just how far we can go on a single gallon of gas and we'll get the interior into our 1966 Chevy C-10.
We'll straighten out our 1997 Dodge frame before setting our 1979 Ford F-350 body on it.
Our shortened 1966 Chevy C-10 is all painted and we'll show you how to completely re-assemble the entire truck without a scratch!
Our Second Chance Silverado is back this week and is set to get a leveling kit and upgrades in the power, suspension and wheels and tire departments.