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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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Leveling out a nose-heavy GMC 1500 and adding some get-up-and-go; a Mazda 3's groaning wheel bearing gets the help of some time saving tools.
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This beautiful LS-converted 1968 Firebird has risen from the ashes, but the owner needs a little help getting the project going again.
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Kevin and Willie take a power-hungry V-6 Challenger and feed it some HPs; they add a supercharger to boost it up to V-8 levels, and give it new brakes to help handle all that additional power.
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Kevin travels to Texas to see how Dustless Blasting does American made; the revolutionary paint stripping and cleaning system is manufactured with hard work and ingenuity based on years of experience in the market.
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A '69 Camaro was once a street and strip beast, but now it's ready for a new life as a pro touring car; Kevin and Willie do a drum-to-disc conversion, replace some worn-out parts, and give the owner a few gifts to top it off.
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A Mustang was once a father-son project, but the project stalled and now the car hasn't run in 20 years; the guys systematically go through everything that needs to be fixed to hopefully get the pony running again.
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The strip-to-street 1969 Camaro is back in the shop; this time, the guys install a new EFI system and replace the old two-speed transmission with a four-speed; a new shifter is all the car needs to get back on the road.
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Kevin helps a veteran buddy get his bike ready for Biketoberfest by wet blasting some of the bike and properly laying paint on it; it's back to Detroit one more time to dyno Kevin's completed ARP Coyote engine build.
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Kevin and Willie tackle a DOD/AFM delete on a 2008 Saab 9-7X; In Detroit, Dyno Willie builds an ARP Hemi engine.
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Kevin and Willie get their hands on the Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk; they take the supercharged Hellcat V8, with its factory 707 horsepower, and give it an extra boost.
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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.
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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.

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