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An interest in Hot Wheels, Legos and drawing led Dave Kindig to a career as a custom-car maker. From concept design to finished product, Kindig and the specialists at his 27,000-square-foot shop in Salt Lake City exhibit their process of building/restoring vehicles in "Bitchin' Rides." In each episode, Dave meets a client, reviews a car, creates a design, then the team tears down, remakes and reveals to the owner a unique masterpiece. Featured projects include a '33 Ford Tudor, an Audi R8 Spyder, a '69 Camaro, and a '39 GM Parade of Progress Futurliner, a million dollar restoration that took a year to complete.

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Dave restarts work on a 1948 GMC truck that has been sitting in the back of the shop for three years.
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A car from Kindig's past arrives back in the shop for an engine upgrade; Dave and Kevin make a trip to Detroit to see the latest technology at Lingenfelter engine builders.
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Dave Kindig, owner and operator of Kindig-It Design turns out one-of-a-kind vehicles for his demanding (and sometimes famous) clientele. Working on all types and periods of cars we'll see cars rendered, designed, built, and restored from the ground up.
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Final details on the 1967 Pontiac GTO include tanzanite blue paint, redline wheels and a custom interior; a Chevelle arrives for a small but poignant upgrade.
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Dave is tasked with finding and transforming a 1967 Pontiac GTO for a secret client from South Africa; Dave buys back one of his first builds, a Volkswagen Karmann Ghia, but does not know what he will do with it when he gets it back on the road.
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A 1968 Chevrolet Camaro has a new owner who wants to finish off the build with a new front valance, rear spoiler and fresh paint; a 1965 Ford Mustang with mechanical issues gets an upgrade.
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A client brings his powerful 1964 Chevrolet Malibu into the shop; the crew works on a 1973 'Cuda; Dave drives a 1972 Datsun.
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A 1954 Ford from the farm is transformed into a hot-rodding milk machine; a new Challenger receives retro updates; Will rides a vintage chopper.
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The crew ups its game to modernize a 1994 Chevrolet Impala; a purple 1969 Ford Mustang poses mechanical challenges; metal fabricator Kris presents an original hot rod.
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The Kindig crew contends with a problem-ridden 1932 roadster and a 1940 coupe; Dave's dune buggy mysteriously vanishes.
aired 12 days ago
An interest in Hot Wheels, Legos and drawing led Dave Kindig to a career as a custom-car maker. From concept design to finished product, Kindig and the specialists at his 27,000-square-foot shop in Salt Lake City exhibit their process of building/restoring vehicles in "Bitchin' Rides." In each episode, Dave meets a client, reviews a car, creates a design, then the team tears down, remakes and reveals to the owner a unique masterpiece. Featured projects include a '33 Ford Tudor, an Audi R8 Spyder, a '69 Camaro, and a '39 GM Parade of Progress Futurliner, a million dollar restoration that took a year to complete.
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The Invicta build finally comes to a show-ready end after many challenges; Dave gets down and dirty on a 1970 Mustang that comes in to get its driveline unbundled.
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Dave has his hands full trying to locate and build a 1959 Buick Invicta; twin 2014 Audis looking for some styling cues.
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Eighteen months of metal grinding and panel matching comes to an end as the Copper Caddy is readied for its big reveal.
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The owner of 1960 Cadillac wants his vehicle transformed into a copper hot rod; a one-off 2010 Chevrolet Camaro requires repairs; the guys recall a 1972 Ford Bronco.
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Dave and Kevin take the show on the road to Loveland, Colo., where they hope to capture a major award for the Copper Caddy and Mischief, a 1952 Pontiac; a 1966 Chevelle arrives for upholstery and an engine upgrade.
aired 17 days ago
The restoration of the 1939 GM Futurliner is completed; a Chevrolet Bel Air gets a new top; Dave recalls a Volkswagen Bus build.
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The crew spends a year restoring a 1939 GM Futurliner, an Art Deco-style bus that toured the nation as part of GM's Parade of Progress traveling exhibit.
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Dave and Kevin tackle a unique project; a 1967 Chevrolet Nova that was bought on the Internet needs a large amount of work.
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The crew spends late nights and long hours preparing vehicles for AutoRama; an impeccable 1939 Buick is taken for a ride.
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The Kindig crew attempts to create a 1950-style Chevrolet Fleetside, a truck model that does not exist.

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