TV Series Like Iron Resurrection
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About Iron Resurrection
Master metal fabricator Joe Martin showcased his motorcycle-building skills by winning a world championship on Discovery's 2004 "Biker Build-Off" competition. Now, on Velocity's "Iron Resurrection," Martin takes on projects mounted on two and four wheels at his custom shop near Austin, Texas. Joe's wife, Amanda, and his best friend, Jayson "Shag" Arrington, scour the Texas countryside for busted bikes and rusted roadsters, then Joe and his crew work metal magic to turn the unpolished gems into shiny, hot rod reality. In the end Shag negotiates with a buyer to get the highest price for the Martin Bros Customs creation.
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The network's highest-rated series returns for more metal miracles from the incredibly talented, visionary team at Ekstensive Metal Works in Houston. For more than two decades owner Bill Carlton and the team have built a reputation for giving customers exactly what they want. Whether it's tricked-out trucks with wild hydraulics or facelifts for classic muscle cars, Ekstensive Metal Works does restorations, rebuilds, metalwork, paint, interior or accessories bigger and better.
Ekstensive Metal posted an update on their facebook that they have started filming of installment 4.
MotorTrend announced the addition of Bogi Lateiner, an ASE master certified technician and host of ALL GIRLS GARAGE, to the GARAGE SQUAD team. Bogi joins as co-host alongside National Hot Rod Association (NHRA) driver Bruno Massel and lead mechanic Joe Zolper who are now in their 8th season as co-hosts of the series.
As a young woman Bogi pursued automotive repair as a career, becoming an ASE master certified technician and custom car builder. Her passion for empowering women through auto repair led her to found Girl Gang Garage, a unique auto shop whose purpose is to encourage and champion the entry and advancement of women within the automotive and skilled trade industries.
"I'm excited to join GARAGE SQUAD, which is all about changing lives one car at a time," said new GARAGE SQUAD co-host Bogi Lateiner. "I'm looking forward to helping make dreams come true by getting some amazing cars back on the road and providing real tips for viewers to use on their cars at home."
In each episode the GARAGE SQUAD comes to the rescue with a team of highly trained mechanics and experts who take over a car owner's garage with the goal to transform their stalled project into an automotive dream ride. Across America, countless car aficionados have bought a less than perfect version of their dream car hoping their amateur mechanical chops would return that lackluster ride to glory, but are short on knowhow, time, money, and the right tools. Fortunately, the GARAGE SQUAD is always up for doing what it takes to bring joyful tears to even the most hardened car owners.
New episodes of GARAGE SQUAD stream Thursdays beginning October 14 on the MotorTrend App with episodes airing one week later on MotorTrend TV starting Wednesday, October 20 at 10 PM ET/PT.
Richard Rawlings and Aaron Kaufman deal in rusty gold. The proprietors of Gas Monkey Garage in Dallas buy, restore and resell forgotten, derelict American cars, everything from 1931 Model A cars to '73 Trans Ams. As "Fast N' Loud" shows, Rawlings is the mastermind, a deal-maker with an eye for relics worth their efforts, and to find them the guys search barns, fields and auctions across the U.S. Kaufman manages most restorations. He's a fabricator and self-taught mechanic, whose techniques and design skills first endeared him to Rawlings and kick-started the partnership.
Oklahoma’s Top Ten List has produced the fastest street cars in history. But when the 405 focused on dominating the track in No Prep Kings, other street racers and their teams have risen to the top as they and their cars have gotten faster. Now, it’s a new era and the OG of the streets, Chief, has a plan to build this crew better...stronger...and faster. But they’ll have to push their cars – and themselves - harder than ever. No one can dominate the street like the 405. And to prove it, Chief drops a bombshell this season that will up the stakes of street racing in America forever.
A brand-new season of STREET OUTLAWS featuring the original OKC premieres MONDAY, JANUARY 11 at 8pm ET/PT. In addition to watching STREET OUTLAWS on Discovery, viewers can join the conversation on social media by using the hashtag #StreetOutlaws and following STREET OUTLAWS on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
While Chief is no longer the fastest - competitor Ryan Martin has that honor - he feels all of the 405 have gotten soft and taken their eye off of the street. To up the stakes for the 405, Chief proposes the most critical list shakeup ever, to allow the true cream to rise to the top. But it’s not going to be easy, because the OKC racers have put their cars and themselves through hell in order to dominate on the no prep track.
As the season begins, Chief and Shawn decide to go their separate ways, ending the biggest bromance in street racing history. But each of them has been dependent on each other for advice and technical support over the past 10 years...will this impact their racing during the most important season ever?
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STREET OUTLAWS OKC is produced for Discovery Channel by Pilgrim Media Group, with Craig Piligian and Sam Korkis executive producing. For Discovery Channel, John Slaughter is executive producer and Cameron Doyle is coordinating producer.
"Counting Cars" is the third spinoff of Pawn Stars, is filmed in Las Vegas, Nevada, where it chronicles the daily activities at Count's Kustoms, an automobile restoration and customization company owned and operated by legendary Danny Koker a.k.a. The Count, who previously appeared as a recurring expert on Pawn Stars. In a format similar to another Pawn Stars spinoff, American Restoration, the series follows Koker and his staff as they restore and modify classic automobiles and motorcycles.
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