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At Pure Vision, Steve Strope and his team conceptualize outside-the-box designs of custom automobiles, then turn out magazine-feature street machines, muscle cars and hot rods. The Simi Valley, Calif., shop is best known for building custom American muscle cars from the 1960s and '70s but are happy to put their touch on any car from any era. With a passion for racing history and auto heritage, Pure Vision combines the classic designs of the past with the engineering technology available today. Their cars have won numerous design awards, while others have appeared in the "Fast and Furious" movie franchise.

Latest episodes

aired 4 days ago
Steve Strope and the Pure Vision crew work on comic Joe Rogan's 1969 Nova; Kelly works on a car that's been in his family for generations -- his father's 1932 Ford Coupe.
aired 11 days ago
Steve transforms an abandoned 1971 GTO convertible for a longtime client; Pure Vision is revisited by an old build that needs a few quick fixes.
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Steve Strope and the guys work on a '63 Chevy Nova for a new customer; the build goes well, but the tires prove to be more of a challenge than anticipated; the crew work on Steve's '64 Oldsmobile.
aired 25 days ago
Steve Strope and the guys work on restoring a rare '63 Toyota Stout for a client in Australia, but it's a big job on a small truck; the crew works on a vehicle owned by longtime client, comedian and entertainer Joe Rogan.
aired 26 days ago
Steve Strope and his team hammer out the final details in the custom '57 Ford Wagon and make it with enough time to unveil at SEMA; Pure Vision revisits an old build for a longtime client.
aired 45 days ago
Steve Strope and his team at Pure Vision put their design skills to the test on a custom '57 Ford Wagon; with their sights set on SEMA, Steve races the clock to deliver an award-winning vehicle on time.

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