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Velocity rides into the heart of Texas to bring car fans inside the clever custom creations of mastermind Bill Carlton and his team in the all new series Texas Metal. As the owner and innovator behind Houston's Ekstensive Metal Works, Carlton pushes his team to build the best one-off cars and trucks for people from around the country. Texas Metal follows their work as they make the ordinary extraordinary using everything from rusted out wrecks to top of the line vehicles including a 1955 Chevy Truck, a 2014 Porsche 911, a 1967 Lincoln Continental, a 1966 Chevrolet C10 and more.
A client wants Bill to set the bar for custom SUVs with a 2018 Yukon Denali. The guys get busy with handmade chassis, body mods, interior and twin turbos. Ekstensive goes full gangster with a 1948 Mercury, remaking this legendary car from the inside out.
The 2018 Camaro ZL1 is already a high-performance car, but the owner wants Bill to make his even better. The guys start with an aluminium chassis and interior.
Bill and the gang are back under the hood of the 2018 Camaro ZL1- rebuilding the engine to add as much power as possible before a visit to the dynamometer.
The team's skills are stretched as they transform a 1940 International Harvester water truck into a mobile BBQ pit. And, a family heirloom is modernised.
Bill and the guys take a good C10 to a hundred with custom touches from inside to out including one of one interior and bed. Ekstensive makes a dream come true by modifying a 2018 Dodge Demon for an under ten second quarter mile run on the track.
Bill and the team transform a rusted '68 Bronco roadster into a high-powered off-roading truck with a supercharged engine, roll cage and waterproof interior.
Bill's neighbour hands over the rusty shell of a '52 Ford F4 milk truck. The guys work their fabrication skills to turn it into a dazzling diesel street rod.
Bill's skills are tested as he transforms the wrecked shell of a 1970 Suburban car hauler into a high-end diesel ride. And, Bill and the guys build a truck for charity.
Metal miracles is the name of the game for the team at Ekstensive Metal Works who create some of the biggest, flashiest, most creative builds anywhere.
Bill and the team bring a wrecked '70 Suburban hauler back to life as a long bed, four door, crew cab dually with a 5.9 Cummins diesel engine, custom chassis and suspension; a '65 Plymouth Belvedere II gets some extra muscle with a Mopar crate Hemi.
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