Hosted by Chris Duke and Alan Taylor. Learn how to install accessories and maintain your vehicle in a typical garage setting using common tools. See exclusive interviews, vehicle test drives, and some of the world's top automotive events.
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S5.E6 Jeep Wrangler Off-Road
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Chris Duke takes the completed Jeep Wrangler project vehicle off-roading, and Alan Taylor visits the Dodge SRT Experience at the Bondurant Racing School.


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Motorz is the fastest growing nationally televised DIY Automotive Improvement® series. Unlike other automotive shows that skip important steps during commercial breaks, use expensive tools, or perform feats that would be impossible for the average viewer, Motorz shows viewers how to confidently and properly maintain a vehicle and install aftermarket accessories with simple step-by-step instructions in a home garage environment. Written by Anonymous

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an excellent how to show
28 April 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This show has been a great help to me. I have learned a lot from watching Chris Duke demonstrate how to install many different items on various vehicles. Chris is very likable and entertaining to watch. He does the work himself, unlike some of the other how-to shows. Chris makes you feel like you can do it yourself and doesn't belittle you. He manages to break the information down so that almost anybody can learn how to do the things he is doing. It is really great to see somebody that is really trying to teach you and not just show you what he can do. During the end credits they throw in a blooper reel to give you a laugh and show you he's is a regular guy and not a pro. Watching this show has given me the confidence to try many new things on my own.


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