From modifications and upgrades to repairs. Explore the extraordinary step-by-step work behind hands-on, automotive projects that use high-end performance and aftermarket products.
Bryan Fuller has been working on a '33 hot rod for over ten years. He shows off some amazing metal fabrication to finish the headers.
Vintage Land Cruisers are still valuable when they are all-original. Bryan and Jeremy tear the original drum brakes off an FJ40 and create a power braking system.
Bryan needs a new daily driver but doesn't want to go to a dealership. With help from Jeremy, he works fixing up a '69 Lincoln Continental.
The guys bring in a C10 stepside that is LS3 powered, with a four-link suspension and a Ford nine-inch rear end. Bryan adapts the headers to fit a stock exhaust.
Bryan and Jeremy switch the gears on an F-100 restoration. With a new Coyote engine under the hood, this project is destined for more custom touches.
The guys adapt a supercharger under the hood of a Studebaker with a rare and unusual 302 engine. They finish up the project with a hidden EFI setup.
The guys run into trouble when they put a 6.2 litre supercharged Hellcrate engine in a '73 Challenger. They must swap it out for a suitable upgrade.