Dave Kindig turns out one-of-a-kind vehicles for his demanding clientele. He works on all types and periods of cars to restore them from the ground up
A 1957 Ford Fairlane 500 that hasn't seen the road since 1957, gets a new lease of life. Plus, a father & son challenge the team to make their engines roar.
The Fairlane build is painted, assembled and upholstered. But, getting it fired and working properly has the whole team scratching their heads.
Dave and Kevin take the show on the road to Loveland, where they hope to capture a major award for the Copper Caddy and Mischief, a 1952 Pontiac.
A 69 Camaro has a new owner who wants to finish off the build. Plus, a 1965 Mustang with mechanical issues gets a Bitchin upgrade.
16 years in the making, Kindig It Design finally finishes the '67 Nova. With a fairly standard exterior, will its over 2,000HP be powerful enough for the client?
The guys go to Pleasanton, CA, for a big West Coast car show. But first, they must get a Chevelle road-ready - if the staff aren't arrested.
Repeat client Ron Meis gives the team a huge project with a 1927 Shadow Rod. Dave has some big style upgrades for a new 2017 Bentley Bentayga.
Tad Leach wants Kindig It Design to build his dream car. A rare 1958 Lincoln Continental is the new challenge and Dave is going big!
With 'The Boss's approval, the continental build continues, featuring a custom blue colour and huge V12 engine. Dave enlists RMD garage to help get a car hauler.
Kevin and Dave prepare for the biggest car show in America. At the annual Back To The '50s, over 10,000 cars descend on St. Paul, MN.
A 1967 Chevelle with Great 8 pedigree and high hopes is Kindig It's next challenge. Dave learns the hard way that builds don't always go to plan.
The team aims to give Charity's dad the retirement gift of a lifetime, converting a '57 Corvette into something special. Can the kids get motivated to help?
It's the last car show of the season. The Fairlane and the Nomad get extra attention and Dave and Kevin check out the best cars in Reno.
A '32 roadster bought for a client's wife is secretly shipped to Kindig It for upgrades and styling changes. A 2004 Hummer arrives for a futuristic redesign!
Dave is tasked with finding and transforming a 1967 GTO for a secret client from South Africa. Meanwhile, Dave buys back one of his first builds, a Karman Ghia.
The 67 GTO is ready for its debut, but the team isn't sure about Dave's colour choice. Polished panels, custom upholstery and a fierce engine make it stand out.
Dave and the team start a one-of-a-kind build they have never attempted before, a 1964 Ranchero. But what there is underneath the metal sets the team back.
The Ranchero build is an epic achievement for Dave and the team, but will the client see it the same way? And will Dave find the perfect name for the perfect car?
A Canadian who bought the '62 Volkswagen Safari Bus wants a sister car for his daughter, upgrading a Volkswagen Bug for a similar look and smoother ride.
An old build is back for new customisations and a new name. With Kevin out of town, Dave tries to sneak a personal project through the doors.
A client arrives and asks Dave to build what he thinks the Hummer H2 would look like 20 years into the future. It's out with the old and in with the new.
One of Dave's favourite designs is the Mercedes Gul-Wing, and a client has a kit version. But it has many flaws which need addressed.
A '41 Chevy that has bounced around numerous shops rolls in for a quick trunk lid fix, but the team quickly discover a lot more wrong with the car.
Every defect with the Mercedes Gul-Wing has finally been addressed, but questions and challenges remain. Will the client pick Kevin or Dave's vision?
A car doesn't always need to be totally rebuilt. Dave swaps the chassis and upgrade performance for a 1955 Nomad to give the car the edge it was missing.
Car show season is always a big time of year for the crew, but a show has called with a special request. They want Dave to be a judge and present an award.
Corvette enthusiast Rick Cox has brought in his '63 Corvette to take it to the next level. He wants some serious upgrades, including a huge LS X engine.
Lloyd Carney is an engineer and gear head with an extensive car collection full of classics, but there is something missing. Can Dave and the crew help?
An old client, Vinnie, was blown away by the work Dave and the team did on his Charger. Now he's back for their help building the greatest Mopar on the planet.
The '67 Coronet build continues. Vinnie wanted to go all out on this build and Dave has done some of his most innovative design work to date.
A 1941 Chevy has been delayed by numerous issues. Now, it's ready for a fresh lick of paint, new wiring, and a custom interior to fully upgrade this classic car.
Dave has a challenge restoring a 1964 Cadillac to its original condition while adding modern updates. Parts are scarce and the car needs a lot of work.
C-10s are popular, and the team is adding their own touches to make this one unique. Dave makes subtle but ground-breaking changes to a classic.
Prior to the annual classic car show in Los Angeles, the guys need to shake down a 1962 Corvette and make some design adjustments to a '55 Mercedes Gullwing.
A road warrior from Alaska arrives to add some improvements to an already solid build. To enhance performance, a new exhaust and tips are custom fabricated.
A simple yet classy Pontiac Tempest arrives for a ground-up build. But after the car is completely stripped, things get complicated.
The Pontiac Tempest build continues as bodywork is completed and Dave has designed a killer new colour. Kevin shows off his powder-coating skills on a custom chassis.
A 1948 GMC truck that has been stuck in the back of the shop for the last three years has finally been sold. But picking up where Dave left off is a challenge.
Dave and Kevin take the '67 Coronet, '55 Gullwing and '63 Corvette to a car show in Chicago, where they will compete for street rod of the year.
Dave loves anything VW and finds an awesome deal for a rare Transporter pickup. After modifying it, the real dilemma begins: does he keep it or auction it?
A beauty of a car from Kindig's past arrives back in the shop for an engine upgrade. Dave and Kevin head to Detroit to see the latest engine building technology.
Kevin works on an after-hours project, using an Escalade body on a Suburban chassis to create a SEMA spectacle. He designs every aspect of the car.
The pieces that arrived at the shop are allegedly for a Nova, but only the body is recognisable. Plus, Dave hosts a custom car show to mark 20 years in the business.
Dave and the crew start on a 1966 Corvette, but one major challenge lies ahead: his client doesn't want the colour to be anywhere close to its original green.
After some intense development, the client is happy with the shade of green Dave has concocted. But will he fall for it when he sees it in on the car?
A returning client is back with another classic, a 1965 Mustang Fastback. He likes to keep a stock look, but with updated drivetrain and modern amenities.
An active-duty serviceman wants to get his '51 Ford pickup finished once and for all. They get to work stretching the cab and redesigning the front end.
The '51 Ford pickup is ready for final assembly. But the team hit problems prepping it for a serviceman who is returning from a year away in a war zone.
Dave Kindig turns out one-of-a-kind vehicles for his demanding clientele. He works on all types and periods of cars to restore them from the ground up.
A 1971 Chevy Nova with tremendous pedigree arrives at the shop to get classic styling cues. Most importantly, Dave wants to make this car into a hardtop.
Challenges mount at each stage of this Hot Rod build, and the upholstery shop changes up their routine as the client arrives for a long-awaited reveal.
While the shop has been perfecting the process in building the CF1s, word about the car has gotten out, and potential buyers are lining up.
Dave and Kev take the show to the American Midwest, as more than 2,500 cars descend on the Summit Motorsports drag strip for a weekend of fun and RPMs.
A regular client enlists Dave and the gang in a mission to make a long-held dream of a father/son road trip along route 66 become reality.
A semi hauler comes in for a makeover, and since KevDogg's the resident truck expert, he takes centre stage on the design and oversees the build.
A 1969 Camaro comes in and the team determine it needs a full rebuild. The client decides to go all-out on the chassis, engine and every detail.
The Camaro build continues, but hits a roadblock when it comes to getting the engine dialled in. Dave has second thoughts about the colour combination.
After years of planning, Dave celebrates the opening of his passion project, the Kindig Academy. The team throws a car show and has a friendly competition.
The shop hits the road with their freshest builds to check out the competition. Will and Dave's cousin Brad give their views on the cars they come across.
What starts out as a simple engine repair on a 1935 Roadster V8 turns into a full rebuild. The shop gets pushed to the limit on this car.
The 1955 Nomad is an iconic car, but the original power isn't enough for the current owner, who wants the guys to put a blower on to boost the power.
A new client, Rick Mezich from Deadliest Catch, tests Dave's design prowess on his CF1. Plus, the upholstery shop shows off new processes to streamline the builds.
Dave and the guys do a huge job on a Hummer! They convert it from two-wheel to four-wheel drive, swap the engine, redo the interior and give it a fresh paint job.
The shop preps for the 2022 SEMA show in Las Vegas. Dave and Kev attend the first concours d'elegance, and their knowledge of cars is pushed to its limits.
The shop is buzzing with activity, and the latest CF1 presents a new challenge for the guys as Dave makes modifications to the original.
The crew prep for the last car show of the year as the 10 best cars from across the US come to Scottsdale, Arizona. Plus, Dave restocks his toolbox.