I don't know who writes these entries but hire a proof reader:
'Old and new car restaurations at thé perfection Dave Kindig is an master in his profession ' - what??
Anyway, grammar aside, seriously what is this addition to Bitchin' Rides trying to accomplish? With a title that starts with Beyond I would expect to see things that weren't shown on the series. Things like, the difficulty sourcing parts, build time, problems they had to overcome, things that went wrong, compliance issues with various states and other issues/items not shown. But no. All we got was rehashed parts from different episodes wrapped in different packaging (paint, interior, personal likes/dislikes). It seemed like no one liked the Merc gullwing but why was never explained. Unless because it wasn't 'merican.
If you want a repeat of the lame jokes, awkward interviews, uncomfortable clients saying 'Bitchin' (you really need to let this go) or just want to watch Kev Dog staring at the floor while Dave Kindig talks then this is the show for you.
They need to stop trying to make everyone a comedian, it stopped working after the first season and even then it was pushed too far.
And we still don't know what Kev Dog actually does, certainly not work.
This could have been a good support for the main show but it feels like trying to squeeze more juice from a dried orange. Revenue? That's all I can think of. They also need to explain why the cars they make, that clients cry over and claim to be a life long dream come true end up on their web site for sale? Perhaps its the bill for the build or is that when they crap their pants and say Bitchin' and not in a good way.
Ditch this add on along with Kev Dawg......
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