After two shops and many stops and starts, a 1955 Nomad is ready to go all the way; Dave and the crew attempt to get the vehicle's warped metal back into the shape, the bodywork just right, and the paint to pop.
Dave happily works his magic on a stock 1968 Chevrolet Camaro belonging to a man from Massachusetts; Dave devises a revolutionary way to customize parts.
A 2014 Jaguar with only 50 miles and a history of bad luck arrives at Kindig; golfer Dennis Walters wants Dave to repaint his vehicle.
Dave returns to his roots when he purchases a 1965 Volkswagen Bus to restore, reupholster and flip; the 1968 Boss Mustang arrives for some upgrades.
Dave goes out on a limb and purchases a 1929 roadster to fix up and flip, but Kevin fears he's bought another lemon; Kris tackles an engine that won't cooperate and hopes a two-dollar fix can solve a million-dollar problem.
The guys scramble to get the Ford F-150's exhaust, car color and engine just right; Dave hopes the owner of the super car farm truck will like the color he selected for the interior.
Dave plans to redesign a 1955 Ford F-100 with a custom hourglass-shaped bed, extended cab and sleek grill, but the client has his own ideas for the interior.
Dave fixes up a 1972 Chevrolet Blazer he purchased three years earlier; Justin believes Dave needs to rethink his color choices; Nick struggles to get the vehicle's engine purring.
The shop builds a gasser race car, but Dave and the client disagree on a color for the vehicle; Dave readies a 2012 pickup truck for his teenage son, who had bad luck with his first car.
The owner of a 1969 Chevrolet Camaro has a very specific mission for Dave and the crew; the upholstery shop repairs a worn-out convertible top; body man Brandon brings his ride into the shop.
The team struggles to get the trim, paint and upholstery just right on the '52 Pontiac; custom graphics are added to a 2014 Challenger.
The guys work on a rare 1952 Pontiac but find something lurking beneath the metal that threatens the whole build.
Eighteen months of metal grinding and panel matching comes to an end as the Copper Caddy is readied for its big reveal.
The owner of 1960 Cadillac wants his vehicle transformed into a copper hot rod; a one-off 2010 Chevrolet Camaro requires repairs; the guys recall a 1972 Ford Bronco.
Dave comes up with a plan to transform a rusty '68 Chevelle plucked from the bowels of the shop; a 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air arrives for a chassis swap.
Dave and Kevin tackle a unique project; a 1967 Chevrolet Nova that was bought on the Internet needs a large amount of work.
A white 1969 Chevrolet Camaro gets completely customized, while a green '69 Camaro purchased on the Internet becomes a bigger project than originally imagined.
The team's newest member modifies the hood of a 2013 Mr. Norm's Challenger; a new rear suspension is installed on a 1948 Studebaker.
A client brings his powerful 1964 Chevrolet Malibu into the shop; the crew works on a 1973 'Cuda; Dave drives a 1972 Datsun.
A 1954 Ford from the farm is transformed into a hot-rodding milk machine; a new Challenger receives retro updates; Will rides a vintage chopper.
The crew ups its game to modernize a 1994 Chevrolet Impala; a purple 1969 Ford Mustang poses mechanical challenges; metal fabricator Kris presents an original hot rod.
The Kindig crew contends with a problem-ridden 1932 roadster and a 1940 coupe; Dave's dune buggy mysteriously vanishes.
The Invicta build finally comes to a show-ready end after many challenges; Dave gets down and dirty on a 1970 Mustang that comes in to get its driveline unbundled.
Dave has his hands full trying to locate and build a 1959 Buick Invicta; twin 2014 Audis looking for some styling cues.
The restoration of the 1939 GM Futurliner is completed; a Chevrolet Bel Air gets a new top; Dave recalls a Volkswagen Bus build.
The crew spends a year restoring a 1939 GM Futurliner, an Art Deco-style bus that toured the nation as part of GM's Parade of Progress traveling exhibit.
The Kindig crew attempts to create a 1950-style Chevrolet Fleetside, a truck model that does not exist.
The crew spends late nights and long hours preparing vehicles for AutoRama; an impeccable 1939 Buick is taken for a ride.
A 1933 Ford Tudor arrives for a challenging paint match, as well as interior and exterior refreshes; a 1970 Dodge Challenger is restored to its Mopar glory; Dave remembers a 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air.
Dave hopes to transform an outdated 1953 Chevy into a modern hot rod; a 1934 Ford coupe "Kraken" needs an air ride refresh; a 1965 Ford Galaxie is taken for a major burn.
The shop readies for an important outdoor show; Dave's plans for a 1927 Ford Zipper do not go as expected; the crew recalls earlier work on a 1937 Chevy.
Former professional football tight end Chad Lewis desires customizations for his Audi R8 Spyder; a 1978 Trans Am needs tubs and wheels; a 1970 Dodge Challenger excites Kevin.
A flesh wound turns the repair of a 1953 Ford pickup into a bloody mess; a 1969 Chevrolet Camaro needs a new suspension; a 1965 Pontiac GTO rolls into the shop.
Dave and the crew contend with a leaky fuel line and a tricky roof build on a 1934 Dodge; a 1967 Impala requires an exhaust upgrade; Dave looks at a 1948 Ford pickup.