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No matter the type--busted bikes or rusted out roadsters--every vehicle deserves a second chance to shine. Outside Austin, Texas mechanical master Joe Martin (the winner of Discovery Channel's "Biker Build-Off"), his wife Amanda, his best friend Jayson "Shag" Arrington and their team at Martin Bros Customs are breathing life back into vehicles of all kinds, shapes and sizes.
The Iron Resurrection team tears into a 62 Chevy Truck. Joe Martin wants to create a custom Lowrider so radical it scrapes the ground; new air-ride suspension, tray, front end and killer paint job. With the clock ticking and money burning, the race is on!
Joe has big plans for one of his favorite cars, a '64 Lincoln Continental. He wants it long and low and the color of snow. But a faulty steering column and a close call in the shop threatens to turn this quick flip into a never-ending money pit.
Joe and the gang turn a 1953 Ford Ranch Wagon into a mean beach cruiser; an accident occurs in the shop; the race is on to repaint a client's custom-built bike.
Joe and the team work on a 1973 Pontiac Firebird that was damaged by fire; a waterlogged engine puts the brakes on the build.
The team tackles a custom Softail from the ground up; Shag and Amanda discover a 1947 International milk truck in need of repair; a customer brings in a 1955 Chevy race car.
Joe believes that wide wheels and a killer paint job will attract customers to a 1964 Cadillac Coupe Deville convertible, but hidden rust on the vehicle threatens to spoil his planned improvements.
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