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Steve Darnell and his team of rat rod specialists are master automotive fabricators. They work out of a sprawling garage, Welder Up, on the outskirts of the Las Vegas Strip, re-building one-of-a-kind Mad Max-style "rat rod" cars out of hidden treasure for quirky customers. An expert picker, Darnell finds hidden treasure buried in junkyards, farmers' fields and swap meets. He and his crew assemble his finds into rolling works of auto-art. In each episode of Vegas Rat Rods, creativity and imagination are taken to the next level as each rat rod created represents the person it is being made for. From a shotgun gearshift and mason jar tail lights, to death row electric chair car seats and horseshoe gas peddles, each rat rod featured on Vegas Rat Rods is equal parts discarded treasure, high-tech performance parts and wild imagination from Darnell and his entire team.
A hot rod lover from California challenges Steve to transform a 1931 Ford Model A into a salt flats racing machine but getting it done before his client returns to Vegas will take a miracle.
Steve digs back into his Montana roots to build his cowboy buddy J.R. the ultimate ranch-rod by Frankenstein-ing together a pair of vintage Dodge trucks.
When a client brings Steve a 1928 Buick filled with rotten wood, his excitement at rat-rodding an original ‘gangster' car soon fades when he learns his client wants it to be an electric car.
A house mover from Texas offers his 1938 Mack Rod to the team.
Steve trades in his trademark rust for a shiny paintjob when he tackles a 1965 Lincoln Continental for a flashy bartender from L.A. Only problem is that parts for this boat are impossible to find.
Steve salvages a `49 Ford F1 from a field; tensions rise as Barber and Steve clash; Dave's errors pile up.
The boys soup up a '54 GMC COE truck; Twiggy and Barber fix JR's broken trailer as a herd of loose cows cause havoc in the shop
Steve gets a little carried away in giving his younger brother the rat rod of his dreams.
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