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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.
Bill and the team try to outdo themselves with a radical redesign of 1950 Ford F5 COE, starting with a bed unlike any they've built. The shop begins its first shot at remaking a '69 Corvette Stingray by building a custom chassis.
In Texas, you don't just go big, you go bigger. The team does that on the year-long 1950 Ford F5 COE build when the client asks for a last-minute Cummins diesel engine swap. A twisted graphic wraps up a months-long 2001 Ford F350.
Bill knows all too well that families are the lifeblood of the custom truck scene. A customer wants to transform a 1965 Ford Falcon Club Wagon into a fully custom family cruiser. A 1966 Cobra replica gets reinforced.
Bill and the team fix another shop's mistake on a broken and undriveable 2017 F-350. Plus, a client wants the ultimate tailgating BBQ trailer added to their ride.
Bill and the team are challenged with converting a 1973 El Camino into a car for the future. Plus, they also get to work on a 2020 Freightliner.
The team work on installing an engine in a 1937 International Harvester. Plus, a 2005 Chevy Colorado gets a new life as a nitrous-infused drag truck.
Bill and the team finish the work on a 1968 Chevy C10. Plus, an old dump truck arrives in the shop and is the biggest truck the crew have ever customized.
A 1996 International Harvester dump truck is the largest the guys have ever customized. Plus, a client wants a custom air ride for his pristine 1934 Buick.
The crew creates a ground-up build for NFL legend Earl Campbell's 1949 Cadillac. Plus, a 1940 F-100 build snowballs into a much bigger job.
The team push hard to rebuild NFL legend Earl Campbell's 1949 Cadillac. And, they customise a van for a disabled motocross rider.
The team revamps a '34 Buick into a modern-day lowrider. After months of rebuilding Earl Campbell's '49 Cadillac, there's a last-minute issue.
Bill and the crew lift a 2020 Chevy Silverado 5500 more than a foot with a custom heavy-duty air suspension. And, they radically overhaul the utility bed.
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