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How to restore, modify, customize and paint classic 2 and 4-wheel drive trucks and SUVs.

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aired 4 days ago
Two projects advance at the same time; LT tackles a rear end upgrade on the F100; Jeremy starts a supercharger install on Klassy K5.
aired 11 days ago
A 1974 F-100 returns to the shop for its first round of upgrades; bolting on some budget suspension upgrades that will lower it four inches closer to the ground, then throwing on some sway bars to reduce body roll.
aired 18 days ago
Project Klassy K5 gets its first coat of high build primer, then gets blocked down smooth; building some new shop equipment that will help modify the frame of the 1930 Model A hot rod.
aired 25 days ago
The guys pick up a new project, a 1974 Ford F-100, and bring it back to the shop for a quick inspection; heading off to the dyno for a baseline, and off to the road course for a thorough shakedown run.
aired 32 days ago
Project Klassy K5 gets one step closer to wearing its final coat of paint; the cab and firewall receive a coat of BMW Protronic Blue, then get reunited with the chassis for good; the guys explain some body work basics.
aired 39 days ago
Continuing the transformation of the 1930 Model A into a modern day street rod; visiting a master builder with a powerful passion for finding the true purpose hidden inside old classics.
aired 53 days ago
How to restore, modify, customize and paint classic 2 and 4-wheel drive trucks and SUVs.
aired 54 days ago
How to restore, modify, customize and paint classic 2 and 4-wheel drive trucks and SUVs.
aired 88 days ago
The stage two short bed Silverado HD gets a custom tune and dyno run; the Duramax and new turbo upgrades go through the paces on the street and strip during BBQ and Burnouts.
aired 89 days ago
How to restore, modify, customize and paint classic 2 and 4-wheel drive trucks and SUVs.
aired 95 days ago
The Stage 2 Silverado gets a final once-over in preparation for "Engine Power"'s BBQ and Burnouts exhibition on the drag strip; how to prepare and paint plastic.
aired 102 days ago
In preparation of Stage II, the shortened Silverado HD gets a new paint job and heavy duty steering that will eventually handle 1000 horsepower.
aired 109 days ago
Delving into the inner workings of a diesel engine and building more power with upgraded components now that the 6.6L Duramax has pulled out.
aired 116 days ago
How to restore, modify, customize and paint classic 2 and 4-wheel drive trucks and SUVs.
aired 117 days ago
The SuperMax Silverado gets a beefy transmission along with exhaust and suspension upgrades to finish up the Stage 2 upgrades.
aired 131 days ago
The Blazer chassis gets its big block and transmission inside the frame rails; the SuperMax Silverado LB7 is fully dressed with turbo, charge and intake pipes.
aired 159 days ago
The 1989 blazer frame comes back from powder-coat where it can be turned into a rolling chassis with suspension, a rebuilt junkyard axle, wheels and tires.
aired 165 days ago
The 1930 Model A cab and bed is removed from its 87-year-old frame and gets the new frame put on, along with firewall modifications.
aired 173 days ago
How to restore, modify, customize and paint classic 2 and 4-wheel drive trucks and SUVs.
aired 179 days ago
Restoration of the 1989 Blazer continues by stripping the frame bare and repairing the damage; the guys go searching for axles in the junkyard.
aired 187 days ago
How to restore, modify, customize and paint classic 2 and 4-wheel drive trucks and SUVs.

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