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In Detroit Steel, Car builder Adam Genei restores classic cars at Mobsteel in the Motor City.
Adam and the guys restore a 1956 Rocket 88 for a former Oldsmobile employee. There's a new welder in the Mobsteel crew after Adam goes robot shopping.
Adam's restores a 1967 Oldsmobile 98 for his frat brother on a tight budget. Ron gets the challenge of a lifetime when he's asked to paint a 100-year-old Bi-Autogo.
The Mobsteel crew teaches Adam's teenage son how to negotiate, purchase, and restore a 1974 Dodge W100... and it turns out there's a secret client. The guys look for a fire pole to install in their new Detroit shop.
The Mobsteel crew stumbles upon a 1974 Plymouth Road Runner. It's the perfect car for their new showroom, but work turns to play when they decide to make it a dragster. Ron's mom swings by with a new job for her son.
Mobsteel's newest build is a 1979 Ford Bronco – but their client is going to be tough to impress. Adam and the gang also team up with the Michigan State Police to create a hot new set of wheels and Doug gets a big surprise at the new shop.
Adam's bought himself a little more time on the 1979 Ford Bronco – but pleasing a Bronco expert's not going to be easy. As Mobsteel prepares to move into their new Detroit shop, Pam's got a big surprise for Adam.
Adam's friend swings by with a 1958 Mercury Turnpike Cruiser that's on its last leg. He'll have to do whatever it takes to fix up this rare treasure and keep his most loyal client happy. Meanwhile, Mobsteel steps up their advertising when they strike a deal with the Detroit People Mover.
Adam finds the perfect car for his client – a 1956 Chevrolet Bel Air station wagon. It's a sleeper car with a huge surprise, underneath the patina hood is a supercharged motor. Meanwhile, there's work to do as Mobsteel prepares for the grand opening of their downtown Detroit shop.
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