Documentary series about the goings-on behind the scenes at Orange County Choppers, a custom motorcycle fabrication company located in Montgomery, New York. The series is also a study of ... See full summary »
Paul Teutul Sr.,
Paul Teutul Jr.,
"Orange County Choppers: American Made" is a lifestyle and build series that features Paul Teutul Sr. and his world-renowned crew from Orange County Choppers and Rusty Coones, from "Sons Of... See full summary »
Chasing Classic Cars follows Ferrari expert and master car restorer, Wayne Carini, as he takes viewers on his personal mission to uncover the world's most rare and exotic cars. Filmed ... See full summary »
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 »
Hosts Mike Brewer and Edd China team up in "Wheeler Dealers" to find and flip serviceable used classic cars. Mike scours the Internet and local trade rags for bargain-priced modern classics... See full summary »
Auction Hunters, Allen Haff and Ton Jones, travel America bidding on unclaimed storage units they think will contain the most hidden treasure - worth big cash - the better the history the higher the price.
Allen Lee Haff,
Clinton 'Ton' Jones,
American Restoration follows the best restoration shops in the United States as they restore pieces of America's history and create awe-inspiring works from vintage items including classic cars, rare antiques and one-of-a-kind bikes.
These guys cruise for the classics. Meet self-described petrol-sexual motorhead Richard Rawlings and mechanical prodigy Aaron Kaufmann as they search far-flung corners of the country for ... See full summary »
As things went in the workshop at Gas Monkey there was conflict and disagreements... Some which got certain guys either fired or forced them to take the road. But no, they aint giving up ... See full summary »
My parents and I used to watch the original American Choppers series. You know, the one where Sr and Jr worked in the same building? I'll admit that the constant arguing was ridiculous at times but I honestly don't think it was unrealistic. Maybe they embellished it but I truly believe that they acted this way off camera.
Aside from Sr and Jr going at each other every episode, I enjoyed watching Mikey and the other guys working at the shop. They all seemed like really cool guys and enjoyed designing bikes.
Now, what went wrong with this new series? For starters, they really pushed it with the Sr/Jr dynamic. Everything in this new series was about Jr starting his own business and competing with his father. It gets old really quickly and the bikes take a huge backseat. At least the original series was always about the bikes in the end.
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