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Dave Kindig, owner and operator of Kindig-It Design in Salt Lake City, Utah turns out one-of-a-kind vehicles for his demanding (and sometimes famous) clientele. In Velocity's Bitchin' Rides, viewers will see Kindig and his team working on all types and periods of cars. From rendering and design to building and restoring, viewers see vehicles being made from the ground up before being revealed to the car's owner.
Dave has his hands full trying to locate & build a 1959 Buick Invicta. This build pushes the shop to the max & back, and even to a Foundry straight out of medieval times. Double trouble comes in the form of twin 2014 Audis looking for some styling cues.
The Invicta build finally comes to a show-ready end after many challenges, including the most ambitious interior job the shop has ever attempted. Dave gets down and dirty on a 1970 Mustang that comes in to get its driveline unbundled.
A '54 Ford straight off the farm gets turned into a lean, mean hot rodding milk machine, while a new Challenger gets some retro Mopar updates. Will takes a vintage Chopper for a burn and Kevin puts his stamp on the shop.
A client with a massively powerful '64 Malibu rolls into Kindig-It-Design to catch the rest of the outdated car up to all the power under the hood. The crew gets a 1973 'Cuda ready to swim and Dave gets behind the wheel of a '72 Datsun.
The newest member of the Kindig team is put to the test modifying the hood of a 2013 Mr. Norm's Challenger & Dave wants to make sure his newest employee is up to it. A '48 Studebaker gets a new rear suspension that will tear the flames right off the truck.
Muscle Car fans rejoice as not one but two classic '69 Camaros get the full Bitchin' Rides treatment. A white Camaro gets completely customized, while a green Camaro purchased on the web turns into a bigger project than the customer bargained for.
Dave and Kevin tee off on one of the most unique projects to ever come in the Kindig-It door, and a '67 Nova purchased off the internet comes in with a lot of holes to fill.
Dave digs out a rusty '68 Chevelle from the bowels of the shop, and comes up with a plan to make this car a Bitchin' Ride. A '55 Bel Air cruises into Kindig-It-Design for a chassis swap.
An iconic 1960 Cadillac is brought in for an overhaul but Dave needs some convincing as the client has dreams of turning his pride and joy into a copper hot rod. A rare one-off 2010 Camaro arrives for repairs and the guys take a look back at '72 Bronco.
A year and a half of metal grinding, panel matching, and a whole lot of copper all come together as the "Copper Caddy" is finished for its show-stopping debut.
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