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Mechanic Martin Vaca and his crew create custom limousines and hot rods in Guadalajara, Mexico.

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aired 423 days ago
Martin Vaca's automobile workshop in Guadalajara, Mexico, welcomes a customer who wants to transform a Hummer into a limo; plans are made to build a dragster.
aired 429 days ago
A battered Mustang Mach 1 that once belonged to Lalo "El Gallo" Elizalde is brought into the shop for restoration.

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