Jesse James (a direct linear descendant of the famed outlaw), a noted builder of custom motorcycles in Southern California, assembles a crew and takes ordinary vehicles (like a VW New ... See full summary »
The hosts Adam Ferrara, Rutledge Wood and Tanner Foust talk about what ever you need to know about cars and in every episode they go through a list of challenges to know who chose the best ... See full summary »
Car Warriors is a reality show, literally. The only difference between Car Warriors and other reality TV shows is that Car Warriors is not about absolute drama of what happens behind closed doors of celebrities, teenagers, or Jerry Springer type cast. Instead, the show is unscripted, and not about the Kardashians.
In this show, you will see an All-Stars Team versus a magnitude of teams from across the US. The All Stars are the permanent team, or hosts, who take on the challengers in building and fabricating used cars from scratch. Each car (each episode has a different car model and make) given to each team is identical in everything. It is up to the teams to decide what they want to do with them. Therefore, team work and artistry are important when presenting their projects to the judges.
The teams get 72 hour time frame to work and present their products. There are, however, a couple of episodes where the time is cut in half. The challenge, then, takes a whole different pace. To ensure fairness, the studio provided the teams with all parts and paints equally. Each team, also, has its own paint chamber and work area in an open indoor lot.
The show does not focus primarily on the mechanics and the details of work. Instead, we get to see the people at work and how they interact with each other. Nevertheless, we do get to learn a few things here and there, if we have our eyes and ears opened. For example, we learn that while painting a car, the paint booth's doors must be closed or the paint job will get tainted. We also get to learn some facts about the cars "under the knife;" and we learn how in order to do one thing, we have to watch for something else, which may cause the whole vehicle to collapse.
I find the show to be a good entertainment. It is not a show to win awards, but one that keeps us sitting, watching, and laughing from time to time. It's a very good way to kill some time and enjoy the craftsmanship of the teams. The reason the show got a six stars from me is because I think that there is room for improvement and further distance itself from other car shows.
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