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For more than 20 years, building award-winning custom cars and trucks has been the lifeblood of father-son duo Doug and Brad DeBerti. Now they hope their creativity in the garage helps Brad get on the track and turn his dream of becoming a full-time professional racer into reality. For that to happen, the DeBertis must push the boundaries on each custom build to create innovative, state-of-the-art vehicles and fund Brad's racing career. "Twin Turbos" follows their quest, which is supported by NASCAR star and Daytona 500 champion Joey Logano, who appears in the series as a mentor to Brad.

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The Debertis build a beastly rock-crawler on spec hoping for a big payday to fund Brad's racing career; Joey Logano coaches Brad before the biggest race of the season, which is Brad's best chance of getting a sponsor.
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The Debertis build an epic Rockcrawler; Brad's first asphalt race leads to a valuable lesson when he's involved in a high-speed crash.
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The DeBertis take on the ambitious task of turning a mid-size truck into a one-of-a-kind street racing machine that can go from drifting to road racing; the job could launch a new custom parts business but may require the team to relocate.
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The Debertis tackle a transformer truck that will revolutionize the industry; however, they may not be able to pull it off in time for SEMA; Brad performs in the drift truck and is invited to tryout for a rally cross team.
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Brad and Doug plan to reveal a new truck at the world's biggest auto show, but they may not be able to finish it in time.
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Brad and Doug hope to prove they can customize old rides too; they take a big risk with a van that they're determined to turn into a hot rod.
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Doug and Brad rebuild an old 1961 van to flip their brand towards a new market of restomods; Doug's miscalculation on the shop rod has stalled the build, and now they're racing the clock to finish it in time for Brad's first live social reveal.
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Doug and Brad feel the heat as they only have 45 days to finish their ultimate race truck prototype and move out of their old shop; Brad competes in an intense rally cross race that could make or break his career.
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The DeBertis race to finish an off-road truck for NASCAR driver Joey Logano; Brad trains with a local stock car race team hoping to take the next step to NASCAR.
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The Debertis convert an F-150 into an off-road beast for NASCAR driver Joey Logano; in exchange, Joey teaches Brad how to drive on asphalt.
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The Debertis race to finish the 2018 Mustang for SEMA, where a chance encounter with Joey Logano could jumpstart Brad's racing career.
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Winning SEMA could take the business and Brad's racing to the next level; aiming for Best in Show, the Debertis convert a new 2018 Mustang into the ultimate custom ride while Brad takes his first step back into Pro-Lite.
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A groundbreaking build challenges the DeBertis to convert a full-sized pickup into the first-ever drift truck; Brad is ready to get back into pro-lite racing, but he needs his mom's blessing.
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Father-son duo Doug and Brad Deberti build custom cars and trucks to fund Brad's dream of becoming a NASCAR driver; Ford orders a fighter jet-themed truck; Brad prepares for his first race after an accident put him in the hospital.

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