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A client with a massively powerful '64 Malibu rolls into Kindig-It-Design to catch the rest of the outdated car up to all the power under the hood.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.