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Master metal fabricator Joe Martin showcased his motorcycle-building skills by winning a world championship on Discovery's 2004 "Biker Build-Off" competition. Now, on Velocity's "Iron Resurrection," Martin takes on projects mounted on two and four wheels at his custom shop near Austin, Texas. Joe's wife, Amanda, and his best friend, Jayson "Shag" Arrington, scour the Texas countryside for busted bikes and rusted roadsters, then Joe and his crew work metal magic to turn the unpolished gems into shiny, hot rod reality. In the end Shag negotiates with a buyer to get the highest price for the Martin Bros Custom creation.

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It takes a lot to faze Joe Martin, but when his next job pulls into MSB it looks more like a truck load of spare parts than a 1970 C10; Joe knows exactly what he wants to do; new frame, running gear, and a super charged LSA engine.
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Fitment issues in the engine bay leave the entire shop scratching their heads; Joe has big plans for the '65 Nova, but a small space to work with.
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Shag and Amanda get a '65 Chevy II Nova for a steal, but as the team digs in, rat nests and rust are the least of their worries; the build requires a complete overhaul and has them thinking they bit off more than they can chew.
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A time capsule rolls into the shop in the form of a 1983 Silverado with exactly 69.2 miles on it; the owner recently passed away, and his daughter wants to finish turning his truck into a modern muscle car under the hood.
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The clock is ticking to complete a 1968 Corvette convertible, but messy fiberglass repairs uncover major collision damage; and if that wasn't enough, the customer also wants an all-white interior, which isn't a good fit for such a dirty job.
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A customer wants to surprise his wife with major upgrades to her '68 Corvette convertible, but working with the fiberglass body soon brings on headaches that threaten both the car and the shop to crack under the pressure.
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Joe is pushing his engineering chops to the limit by building a monster trike that would look right at home on the set of a "Mad Max" movie.
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Facing deadline, the shop struggles to fit a gigantic ex-NFL player into a tiny 1967 Chevy C10 that includes a customized leather interior and automated bed cover.
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The Martins face the challenge of trying to fit a 6'5" former football player into the cab of a 1967 Chevy C10, requiring customization of the firewall, motor, frame and interior.
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Joe Martin and his crew are always under the gun, but their latest build, a '71 Nova, is well behind schedule and they have a ton of work to do; Joe is really going to town on the metal work on this car, inside and out.
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Joe Martin loves Novas and his eyes light up when a new customer, Eric, wants him to customize a 1972 as a tribute to his brother, if they can find one; Shag and Amanda hunt down a '71, in what appears to be mint condition.
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Joe Martin gets some unusual cars coming through the door of his work shop, but when a customer from California arrives with a '63 Rambler wagon and tells Joe he can do what he wants with it, he decides to go to town with a radical custom job.
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Martin Bros. Customs prepares to transform a 1970 Chevy C10 into a powerful autocross hot rod; Shag and Amanda desperately search for a sturdy cab for the build.
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Return customer Lee Farris comes to Martin Bros with a 1956 Chevy Bel Air, his first car that he wants to bring back to life; the first thing Joe notices is the outdated flame paint job.
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With the 1950 Mercury successfully chopped, the rest of the work can begin; the MBC team now has to marry the old roof with the new geometry of the newly chopped body; there are angles everywhere and they are all out of whack; Joe and the team go into surgery.
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Joe Martin loves to push the limits; when a customer rolls into the shop with a 1950 Mercury Coupe, Joe Martin knows he needs to chop the top.
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A new customer, comes into the shop with an exceptional 1963 Cadillac; this car screams luxury but needs an upgrade; with Shane giving the MBC team creative freedom on the build, Joe gets to work on a plan; new engine, new wheels and a new interior.
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Joe Martin is excited to see a straight '63 Impala with a four speed and legendary 409 engine under the hood; the owner wants to keep it original with the main mods under the body, new frame, suspension and big wheels.
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Gary Hopper, a longtime friend of Joe, brings a '55 Chevy Bel Air to the shop; because this '55 has sentimental value to Gary's family, the pressure is on to do this build right; but missing pieces and a dented hood throw a wrench into the job.
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A customer wants his 360 horsepower, fuel-injected 1962 Chevrolet Corvette restored to its original factory condition.
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A 1935 Chevrolet Master rolls into the shop; made famous by the gangsters of its time, the vehicle features a distinctive grill, wood interior and "suicide doors."

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