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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.
Don Heidt has been scouring the country for a rare 1952 Pontiac that he wants Dave Kindig to turn into a Bitchin Ride. He's finally found one, but as the guys dig into the car they find something lurking beneath the metal that threatens the whole build.
The 52 Pontiac rumbles to a conclusion as the team struggles to get the trim, paint and upholstery just right. Dave and Kevin pull out all the stops getting this Pontiac in cruising shape for Don. Dave adds custom graphics to a 2014 Challenger.
A 1969 Camaro arrives at Kindig It Design, to be completed, and the owner has a very specific mission for Dave and the crew. The upholstery shop is challenged to repair a worn out convertible top, and body man Brandon brings his bitchin ride into the shop.
The shop takes on a new challenge in the form of building a gasser race car, that is if Dave and the client can agree on a color. Dave preps a 2012 pickup truck for his teenage son, who had a little bad luck with his first car.
Kindig It Design is in full swing as a farm 1955 F-100 arrives from Miami. Dave wants to do a radical re-design including a custom hourglass shaped bed, extended cab, and sleek grill, but the client has his own opinions on the interior.
Otto Vega's Ford 150 crosses the finish line, and the guys scramble to get the exhaust, the color of the car and the engine just right. There's a ton of work going into this super car farm truck, but will Otto like the color Dave picked for the interior?
Dave goes out on a limb buying a 1929 Roadster that he wants to fix up and flip, but Kevin fears he's bought another lemon. Kris tackles an engine that won't cooperate and hopes a two-dollar fix will solve a million dollar problem.
Dave Kindig started his career in cars working on Volkswagon's in his garage, and in this episode he purchases a 1962 VW Bus to restore, re-upholster and flip. A Kindig classic, the 1968 Boss Mustang arrives for some upgrades.
A 2014 Jaguar with only 50 miles and a history of bad luck, arrives at Kindig where its luck is about to change. Handicap golf pro Dennis Walters wants Dave to suicide his doors, repaint the car and de-pimp his ride.
Bob Cimon has come all the way from Massachusetts to get himself a Bitchin Ride, and Dave is more than happy to turn a stock 68 Camaro into one. Dave comes up with a revolutionary way to customize parts, but will his grand plan work?
After 2 shops and many stops and starts, a 1955 Nomad is ready to go all the way. Dave and the crew have their biggest task of the year getting the warped metal back into the shape, the body work just right, and the paint to pop.
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