Nestled in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains is one of the most unique car communities in the world: "Rust Valley." You can't miss it: acres upon acres of old and abandoned cars; a ...
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Inside the world famous "west coast customs" Ryan Friedlinghaus presents some of the dopest transformations on some of the dopest vehicles, with some high end clientele, Ryan and the west coast customs team don't disappoint!
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 »
Paul Hollywood who is an actor and a baker from Liverpool tries to find out how the most popular cars of the three big European countries express their nation's identities and the connections with their cultures.
See how a local heavy recovery firm works through the hard winters helping highway users that have fallen victim to the brutal road conditions. Their essential service keeps the traffic on the highways thru hell moving.
Richard Rawlings, famed for his Gas Monkey empire and the hit show Fast n Loud, returns in a spin-off. In this show he and his team take mechanic shops in need of help and invest time and money to turn them around.
Russell J. Holmes,
Nestled in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains is one of the most unique car communities in the world: "Rust Valley." You can't miss it: acres upon acres of old and abandoned cars; a junkyard as far as the eye can see. And at its heart is a remarkable restoration shop run by a team of colourful and charismatic characters who use their impressive skills and experience to restore, trade and sell classic cars - transforming piles of rust into collectible car treasures.Written by
I love the junkyard, the car collection is fantastic, but the made up garbage stories break the immersion. Sure there are cast aluminium wheel covers hiding in a rusty wreck, with no corrosion whatsoever, that rusty junkyard engine that they take the oil pan off to check just happens to have freshly built internals that have never seen oil, and would it hurt to show some progress on the cars rather than drama? They show the cars arriving, and then a perfect car leaving and not much in between.
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