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Repairing, customizing and restoring a wide variety of cars and light trucks are what keep the two guys on this series busy. Hosts Kevin Byrd and Willie B also perform product demonstrations and visit well-known shops in the auto performance and engineering industry.

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The years have not been kind to a daily-driver 1999 Ford Ranger; the guys will replace the front and rear suspension and the power-steering pump, then tackle some other maintenance issues to get this truck driving safely again.
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The guys set out to convert a 2004 BMW M3 from its faulty Sequential Manual Gearbox transmission to a true manual transmission.
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The guys get their hands on a 2019 Jeep JL; they'll be lifting it, adding new wheels and tires and installing a new exhaust.
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The guys have a '74 Nova in the shop that desperately needs some help; the project has stalled, and the guys jump in to help the owner get it moving again; Kevin and Willie get the interior finished up and toss in a few needed extras.
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Kevin and Willie have a 2016 GMC Sierra 1500 in the shop; the owner bought a new boat and needs a few accessories added to complete the package; the guys add automatic power side steps, tow mirrors and a new performance programmer.
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The guys have a 2016 Mustang with an Ecoboost engine in the shop that is in need of more power; Kevin and Willie add a new turbo and intercooler to boost this 4-cylinder engine from mild to wild.
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Willie and Kevin get a Dodge Viper in the shop; even with its low miles, the clutch is slipping and needs to be replaced; they dive into replacing the clutch and flywheel to get this one-of-a-kind American V10, ripping back down the road.
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The guys have a 1967 Mustang restoration project in the shop that has come to a standstill; the owner needs help moving it along, so they wet blast it and show how to properly replace a metal rear quarter panel.
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Willie and Kevin take a stock F-150 from boring to bold; after doing a 6-inch lift kit, they replace a problematic AC compressor, add new brakes and rotors, and finish it off with new wheels, tires and a tonneau cover before taking it out for a spin.
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The guys have a Pontiac G8 in the shop with a leaking exhaust and rusted out headers; after a little fabrication work on the exhaust and replacing the headers, they finish off the day by adding a paddle shifter to this LS driven classic sedan.
aired 73 days ago
The guys help a 2009 Challenger owner add a little more "get up and go" to her car; Willie also sets up a trade deal with a '70 `Cuda owner to help get his car a little closer to restoration time.
aired 199 days ago
The guys have Federated's 1990 454SS Project Truck in house, and they're doing a ton of work to it; from brakes and shocks to chassis work, this truck needs some love.
aired 199 days ago
With a toddler on the way, Kevin and Willie help get their friend's police edition Chevy Impala family ready by tackling various maintenance issues and doing an upgrade or two.
aired 199 days ago
The guys tackle a steering issue in this supped up Jeep by replacing the worn-out power steering gear and installing a new power steering cooler; they toss in a few extras for the owner as well.
aired 206 days ago
The guys help a 2017 Ford Super Duty with a 5th wheel, add a second rear camera, and give it a little more get up and go with a performance tune.
aired 212 days ago
Kevin and Willie have two BMWs in the shop, an M3 and a 528i; one is the weekend driver in need of a little more power, and the other is the family car that needs some maintenance after throwing a few codes.
aired 213 days ago
Kevin and Willie venture to Daytona Beach, Fla.; inside look at the WeatherTech Ferrari Race Team as they tackle the 24 Hours of Daytona.
aired 213 days ago
A bright yellow C7 is in the shop and Kevin and Willie are installing new specialized long tube headers, exhaust and other extras to make this already robust platform even more powerful.
aired 219 days ago
This 2010 Camaro will soon be churning out close to 1000 horsepower, so Kevin and Willie get it ready to handle that power by installing a new Ford 9 inch, new rear axle shafts, and a new drive shaft.
aired 220 days ago
The guys refurbish a Jeep Wrangler Unlimited, installing a new long arm suspension kit to get it ready for the trails.
aired 226 days ago
Willie and Kevin freshen up a rough-looking Chevy Blazer with paint and a new front fascia; they also fix a starting issue and get it running right again.

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