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Ralph Holguin is living the American dream. A Mexican immigrant and high school dropout, Holguin took a humble car detailing business he started at 19 and built it into a multimillion dollar design and fabrication house for discerning clients and cashed-up celebrities. "RMD Garage" presents a window into the process of the automotive builds at Ralph's Southern California shop, where his team of designers, fabricators and upholsterers create one-of-a-kind masterpieces, including a 1958 Chevy Apache Dream Catcher, a 1962 Bel Air Bubbletop, a 1957 Lincoln Continental, and a 1972 Triumph Bonneville.

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aired 45 days ago
A 1962 Bubble Top is completely modernized; the vehicle receives flush mounted bumpers, a hand-crafted luxury interior, a custom grill and Roman Red paint.
aired 45 days ago
Ralph tells the team to finish modernizing his 1958 Chevrolet Impala before he returns from a collector car auction in Connecticut; Ralph customizes a 1972 Triumph Bonneville for the OG Moto Show.
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The team makes a 1967 Volkswagen Beetle look like it just rolled out of the factory; graffiti muralist Tristan Eaton's 1967 Lincoln Continental is brought back to life.
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Ralph builds a 1958 Chevy Apache from the ground up for a potential buyer; with only the shell of the truck remaining, the team builds a custom exhaust system, adds a unique leather interior and customizes the paint job.
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Ralph wants to transform a rusty 1951 Chevy into a Rat Rod; Victor and Eddie convince Ralph to change the design and give the vehicle a full restoration.
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The team restores a 1957 Ford Thunderbird for a client's wife; a 1961 Chevrolet Impala receives a new LS3 engine and custom headers.
aired 45 days ago
Ralph and the team restore a classic 1962 Lincoln Continental convertible and update a 1956 Chevrolet Bel Air to take to the annual Barrett-Jackson Auction in Scottsdale, Ariz.
aired 436 days ago
Ralph and his team design a 1969 Ford Bronco for SEMA; a 1960s Volkswagen Bus is transformed into a conference area for a tech company, but delivering the vehicle to the client may prove to be the bigger challenge.

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