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Dave Kindig, owner and operator of Kindig-It Design in Salt Lake City, Utah turns out one-of-a-kind vehicles for his demanding (and sometimes famous) clientele. In Velocity's Bitchin' Rides, viewers will see Kindig and his team working on all types and periods of cars. From rendering and design to building and restoring, viewers see vehicles being made from the ground up before being revealed to the car's owner.
The 1965 Mustang makes its way thru the metal shop and is now ready for paint and final assembly. However, this is one of the more intricate cars the shop has ever built and making it function will test even the Kindig crew.
An abandoned '67 C10 build that has been sitting in the back of the shop for years has been sold to a client. He wants a few new touches, and everything is looking aces until a closer inspection reveals more work under the surface that needs to be done.
With the C10's body issues solved, Dave convinces the client to make the truck into a convertible. Fabricator Will Lockwood will have to figure out how. Plus, Kevin takes on a personal project, slamming a Cadillac Escalade on a new chassis design.
So far, the engineering behind the convertible C10 works in theory, but making it works in practice is the next step. A father-daughter team bring in a replica 1967 Cobra that is having engine trouble, but Kindig's new dyno is ready to save the day.
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