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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 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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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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The Pontiac Tempest build continues as bodywork is completed and Dave has designed a killer new color; Kevin shows off his powder-coating skills on a custom chassis.
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A simple yet classy Pontiac Tempest arrives for a ground-up build, but things get complicated after the car is completely stripped.
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Every inch of the Mercedes Gul-Wing has finally been addressed and the car comes to an epic conclusion; questions and challenges remain, including which color will be just right and whether or not the doors will actually function.
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One of Dave's all time favorite designs is the Mercedes Gul-Wing, and a new client arrives with a kit version of the car; the car kit has many flaws, which the team need to address while trying to get the car as close as they can to original.
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The Ranchero build is an epic achievement for Dave and the whole Kindig It Design team, but they hope the client sees it the same way; Dave seeks the perfect name for the perfect car.
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Dave and the team at Kindig It Design start a new year with a one-of-a-kind build they have never attempted before, a 1964 Ranchero; the car looks to have had a lot of work done, but what's underneath the metal sets the team back.
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The 1967 Coronet build continues as the metal work comes to an end and the car moves into the paint booth; Vinnie wanted to go all out on this build and Dave has done some of his most innovative design work to date.
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Four years ago, Vinnie Massaro brought his Charger to Kindig It Design looking for some minor improvements, and what he got absolutely blew him away; now he's back to build the biggest, baddest Mopar on the planet.
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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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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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Dave comes up with a plan to transform a rusty '68 Chevelle plucked from the bowels of the shop; a 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air arrives for a chassis swap.
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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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A white 1969 Chevrolet Camaro gets completely customized, while a green '69 Camaro purchased on the Internet becomes a bigger project than originally imagined.
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The team's newest member modifies the hood of a 2013 Mr. Norm's Challenger; a new rear suspension is installed on a 1948 Studebaker.
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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 Continental build continues; the vehicle receives a custom blue color, massive V12 engine, and the green light from a living legend; Dave wants a new car hauler and enlists RMD Garage to help.
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Tad Leach is eager to have his dream car built by Kindig It Design; Dave goes big on the build of a rare 1958 Lincoln Continental; the upholstery shop updates the seats and headliner on a rare 1969 McLaren.
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The Fairlane build concludes, as the vehicle is bodyworked, painted, assembled and upholstered; getting the old-school engine fired and working properly proves to be a challenge.

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