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The project build show from Hot Rod magazine with Tony Angelo and Lucky Costa.

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Tony is building a 1972 `Cuda, dubbed Fishtail, into a Drift Muscle car to be featured at the 2016 SEMA show; this first FishTail episode covers the design and fabrication of a completely custom suspension system using a full inventory of QA1 parts.
aired 12 days ago
The team upgrade the engine on a low-budget drag project before they build a turbo system for it out of sourced parts.
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Tony Angelo and Lucky Costa take the HRG project cars from last season and drag race them against each other; the Project X gets fit with new brakes and wheels; the Bonemaro and Chevelle each get drivetrain upgrades.
aired 19 days ago
The guys set out to build some dirt-cheap speed; with a modest budget in-hand, they find the "bonemaro" in the California desert and things start rolling.
aired 20 days ago
Tony Angelo and Lucky Costa perform a complete suspension upgrade on the most iconic 1957 Chevy of all times, Project X.
aired 21 days ago
Mike gets tips for strengthening sheet metal using a bead roller, then he and Dave work on the Roadkill '73 Chevy C30 ramp truck. They eliminate some electrical gremlins, plus they're looking to pick up more power on the dyno.
airs in 7 days
The crew works on installing a 630-horsepower Lingenfelter LS7 in the 1973 Chevy Van, before they fire up the engine.
aired 26 days ago
The Crusher Camaro gets a serious powerplant upgrade; the old, borrowed, tunnel-ram LS engine has to be returned to its rightful owner, so the guys add more power; Tony tries to wrangle the new setup at the Famoso Raceway dragstrip.
aired 26 days ago
Finally seeing what kind of times we can hit with our dirt-cheap 1979 Turbo Camaro, bonemaro; spending the rest of our $10,000 budget to get all 530 whp to the pavement.
aired 27 days ago
The guys show how to perform the ultimate body swap and build a solid budget shop truck.
aired 33 days ago
The guys decide to upgrade all the necessary things to make the 1966 Fury Wagon, which houses a 512ci V-8, safe.
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Tony Angelo and Lucky Costa complete the hustle of all hustles to get the 1972 'Cuda drift car, Fishtail 'Cuda, to the SEMA show on time; limited shop time, parts mix-ups, and even a flood in Los Angeles try to keep the guys down.
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Tony Angelo and Lucky Costa hop up the LS-based Chevy V-8, Toyota turbo six-cylinder 2JZ and the beastly 5.9L Cummins Turbodiesel and put them to the test.
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Tony Angelo and Lucky Costa take a standard 1979 four-door Chevy Malibu and rebuild it for speed.
aired 68 days ago
Lucky Costa's personal '66 Chevelle gets major upgrades to its 6.0L LS truck engine.
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Tony Angelo and Lucky Costa take their '65 LeMans project and turn it into a road-trip hauler and put it to the test on a trip of their own.
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Tony Angelo and Lucky Costa dive into the red-hot C10 truck market and show how to build a killer shortbed truck on a longbed budget.
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Tony Angelo and Lucky Costa turn a 2005 Dodge Magnum into a "Dad-Rod," the ultimate ride for a new dad.
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Tony Angelo and Lucky Costa try to stuff a V-8 engine into a tiny British car.
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Tony Angelo, Lucky Costa and guest Lindsay Ross transform a banged-up 1987 Chevrolet G10 work van into a 1977 Boogie Van clone.
aired 91 days ago
Setting out to build a good old-fashioned sleeper; a very innocent-looking and long-forgotten 1965 Plymouth Fury III wagon; reviving an old Mopar 400 big-block from Rollsmokey.

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