A 1966 Chevy Impala convertible gets a full makeover from Shorty and the crew, with new paint, motor, interior and top, plus a ton of rust repair.
Shorty takes on the challenge of making a Vietnam veteran's '69 C10 cool. He hopes to achieve that by taking the truck back to stock, with original two-tone paint.
A 1971 Cutlass is showing its age with styling best left in the '70s. Shorty and the team knock the urban cowboy out of the car and beef it up...
NFL linebacker Matt Judon wants to make over his father's 1977 Eldorado. The guys bring it back to its original glory, with some Shorty touches.
Shorty and the team turn the shell of a '67 Nova into a mean street machine. They go back to stock with a new motor, transmission, interior and paint.
Shorty and Terry unearth a rare treasure: a 1969 Impala with 14,000 original miles on it. Meanwhile, Pete is looking to upgrade his 1958 Impala.
Shorty and Pete track down an extremely rare Volkswagen delivery bus for a collector who dreams of creating a VW museum.
Work continues to get the Volkswagen delivery bus across the finish line with a new motor, new suspension, new stance and brand new wheels and tires.
The owner of '56 Bel Air has had some bad luck with his car going from shop to shop, and he still doesn't have his dream car ready. Shorty's shop...
Paul decides to take one of his '59s and go full lowrider with hydraulics and a full custom lowrider paint job. Shorty brings in his wife's '92 Mustang.