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 mistakes when a 2017 F-350 is hauled into the shop broken and undrivable due to a botched lift. Plus, a client insists on the ultimate tailgating BBQ trailer with custom everything.
Bill looks to the year 2073 when the owner of a '73 El Camino challenges the shop to transform his vehicle into the Ride of the Future. The city wants a custom bumper on a 2020 Freightliner tow truck that can push 45,000 pounds.
A 1937 International Harvester gets a big old Cummins 12-valve diesel engine that's as heavy as the truck itself. A 2005 Chevy Colorado gets a new lease on life as a nitrous-infused drag truck.
Bill and the team get their chance to finish a 1968 Chevy C10, which they've turned into a unibody by welding the body and bed into one piece. An old dump truck rolls into the shop as the biggest truck they've ever customized.
A 1996 dump truck is the largest truck the shop has ever customized. The guys go extra heavy duty to create a military-styled mega-truck. A lowrider enthusiast wants a custom air ride and LS swap for his pristine 1934 Buick.
Hall of Fame running back Earl Campbell arrives with the body and parts of a 1959 Cadillac, and the crew is honored to create a ground-up build for the local legend. Plus a 1940 F-100 build snowballs into a much bigger job.
NFL Hall-of-Famer Earl Campbell made a career mowing down defenders. The guys take the same hellbent approach to rebuilding his 1949 Cadillac. They also customize a van for a disabled motocross rider so he can drive again.
The team revamps an old school '34 Buick into a modern day lowrider. After months of rebuilding the body and making a custom frame for Earl Campbell's '49 Cadillac, the Hall of Famer challenges the shop with a last-minute wrinkle.
This year's over-the-top build has Bill and crew lifting a 2020 Chevy Silverado 5500 more than a foot with a custom heavy-duty air suspension. The guys also prove their Texas mettle by radically overhauling the utility bed.