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Part of the "PowerNation" series of syndicated automotive programs, "Detroit Muscle" delights fans of 1960s and '70s era muscle cars -- and the Motor City's latest modern muscle machines -- by detailing step-by-step restoration and modification projects. From fitting a 1967 Galaxy with a 347 turbo to showing how a 50-year-old Mustang can handle like a late-model pony, the show's crew aims to make cars go fast and look pretty.

Latest episodes

aired 3 days ago
After a whirlwind trip through Alabama to address some Buick seats, Tommy joins Marc in getting the sheet metal wrapped up on Hard Charger, their 1969 Dodge Charger.
aired 10 days ago
Marc and Tommy get to work restoring the engine bay and front suspension on their 1981 Cobra project, Sydewinder.
aired 17 days ago
Painting Project Hard Charger with the color Midnight Black.
aired 24 days ago
The 1981 Cobra Project needs some reinforcement; beefing up the body and frame on a k-member car to keep it from twisting like a pretzel from big horsepower.
airs in 11 days
The guys bring in help to progress body work on the 1969 Dodge Charger.
airs in 4 days
Project Sydewinder, the Fox Body Cobra, gets a massive suspension overhaul and upgrade, along with a stronger rear end to handle big power.
aired 59 days ago
Marc and Tommy weigh transmission options for the Fox Body Cobra; Project Hard Charger gets some metal work done with a new trunk floor.
aired 66 days ago
The guys dig more rust out of their '69 Dodge Charger, this time near the rear window, where they discover a problem along the way; sign painting lessons from one of Ed Roth's original artists.
aired 73 days ago
The Detroit Muscle guys each choose an iconic '80s-era car to build for a shootout later in the season; one gets a rendering made, the other goes to a chassis shop.
aired 80 days ago
The guys finish up the barn find Chevelle and take it to a famous road in the Smoky Mountains, finding a movie car museum along the way.
aired 87 days ago
The Detroit Muscle Crew cuts a rusty old floor out of a '69 Dodge Charger and replaces it; one of Big Daddy Ed Roth's artists puts on a pinstriping class.
aired 94 days ago
The guys take their Cadillac CTS-V for a spin; building an air conditioning system from the ground up for their barn find Chevelle.
aired 108 days ago
Part of the "PowerNation" series of syndicated automotive programs, "Detroit Muscle" delights fans of 1960s and '70s era muscle cars -- and the Motor City's latest modern muscle machines -- by detailing step-by-step restoration and modification projects. From fitting a 1967 Galaxy with a 347 turbo to showing how a 50-year-old Mustang can handle like a late-model pony, the show's crew aims to make cars go fast and look pretty.
aired 108 days ago
Part of the "PowerNation" series of syndicated automotive programs, "Detroit Muscle" delights fans of 1960s and '70s era muscle cars -- and the Motor City's latest modern muscle machines -- by detailing step-by-step restoration and modification projects. From fitting a 1967 Galaxy with a 347 turbo to showing how a 50-year-old Mustang can handle like a late-model pony, the show's crew aims to make cars go fast and look pretty.
aired 143 days ago
The team revisits some of the car builds done over the last two years on the show.
aired 143 days ago
Part of the "PowerNation" series of syndicated automotive programs, "Detroit Muscle" delights fans of 1960s and '70s era muscle cars -- and the Motor City's latest modern muscle machines -- by detailing step-by-step restoration and modification projects. From fitting a 1967 Galaxy with a 347 turbo to showing how a 50-year-old Mustang can handle like a late-model pony, the show's crew aims to make cars go fast and look pretty.
aired 150 days ago
Marc and Tommy wrap up the Cadillac CTSV build with a few final details, and then use a new style of dent removal hardware to repair a panel.
aired 157 days ago
The crew picks up a late model Cadillac and prepares it for some serious speed, but they discover it's been messed with already.
aired 164 days ago
The team installs a brand new interior in their 1972 Chevelle project, including all the wiring and trim.
aired 171 days ago
Part of the "PowerNation" series of syndicated automotive programs, "Detroit Muscle" delights fans of 1960s and '70s era muscle cars -- and the Motor City's latest modern muscle machines -- by detailing step-by-step restoration and modification projects. From fitting a 1967 Galaxy with a 347 turbo to showing how a 50-year-old Mustang can handle like a late-model pony, the show's crew aims to make cars go fast and look pretty.
aired 171 days ago
Marc and Tommy work on getting the 1972 Chevelle Supercharger Innercooler plumbed for a 1000 horsepower small block, and learn how to cut a run out of clear coat.

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