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In the tiny town of Watseka, Ill., Justin Nichols creates a stir that reverberates far and wide. He's the mastermind behind Nichols Paint and Fab, leading a team of highly qualified craftspeople who build custom hot rods, street rods, motorcycles and trucks for clients from all across the U.S., many of whom are repeat customers. A visionary in his field, Nichols' work has been featured in multiple automotive magazines, leading to this series that follows the shop's daily operations. Justin, however, ultimately credits his father for passing down his love of fast cars and flashy paint jobs.

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Justin Nichols and the crew at Nichols Paint and Fab work on a 1960 C10 for SEMA; a client comes looking for a custom metal interior for his 1938 gangster-themed Buick Special.
aired 25 days ago
Justin & the crew continue their work on Ray's 63 first-gen Riviera, and Justin scores an opportunity to create a one-of-a-kind Nichols Paint and Fab hot rod truck for a local dealer.
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A high-roller client wants to turn a 1969 Saab 99 into a fully-custom race car; Justin gives a 1963 C10 a total makeover.
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A client comes into Nichols Paint and Fab with a farm-fresh 1941 Ford truck ready for an overhaul; Justin takes a 2014 Chevy 1500 to the next level with a custom paint job on the hood.
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A local character comes in with a request to turn the engine and drive train of a 1963 VW bug into an apocalyptic-looking custom bare-metal trike; Justin finally takes some time to finish the 1962 Willy's Jeep his late father bought.
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Justin Nichols and his team take on 1960 Deville, jumping at the chance to create a classic endless line design; a client comes in with a battered 1998 Harley Bagger in desperate need of an overhaul.
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Justin Nichols and the crew at Nichols Paint and Fab are ready to put their reputation on the line with their first SEMA build, a 1960 C10.
aired 60 days ago
Justin Nichols and the crew are down-to-earth Midwestern guys known for meticulous fab work and incredible custom paint jobs; today, they continue working on the 1990 Mustang; Justin makes custom jogs for a client's Harley.
aired 60 days ago
Justin Nichols and the crew pride themselves on not cutting corners; their skills are put to the test when a client brings in a 1990 Mustang to turn into the ultimate drag car; Justin finally gets to race his custom 1960 C10.
aired 77 days ago
Justin and his team are ready to show off their best work at SEMA, with the guys' very first SEMA bike build: a custom bagger with lay frame; they get to show off their truck skills too, when they swap suspension and prep a custom C10 for racing.
aired 77 days ago
Justin Nichols is ready to show off his custom fab and paint work and put his Midwest shop on the national map with their very first SEMA bike build - a custom bagger with lay frame.
aired 78 days ago
Client Ray brings Justin a 1963 first-gen Riviera to customize and take on the power tour; Justin brings in some extra cash by swapping the injection on a '41 custom Willys with a 468 cubic inch big block.

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