Bill and the gang split a nearly perfect 1960 Willys Jeep into four pieces to make it longer, wider and meaner. Drop shipped from halfway around the world, a 1998 AMG G-Wagon gets overhauled into a hand-built masterpiece.
After pro wrestler and actor John Cena makes a surprise appearance at the shop, Bill and the guys begin to customize John's small '69 MGC to be a perfect fit. A new customer wants a handmade lifted suspension on his '20 Denali 2500 as a gift for his wife.
Twenty years back, Bill started Ekstensive Metalworks by specializing in lifting, lowering and everything in between. Fast forward to today, and he's still being put to the test with a 1928 Ford Rat Rod, a 1942 Ford pickup and a 1975 C10.
Bill has never really liked the body of the 1974 Cadillac Eldorado. But when a client wants hers radically redesigned, Ekstensive blends old and new to make it cooler than the rest. The guys make short work of a big problem on a 2021 Silverado 4500 HD.
Never satisfied to keep a truck stock, Bill and the team work their magic to customize a brand-new 2022 International wrecker. Now that the pristine 1960s Willys Jeep has been quartered, they use imaginative fabrication techniques to make it whole again.
An Ekstensive favorite, a 2001 Hummer H1, needs some serious reinforcements. Bill changes things up on his completely custom, all-tube buggy by borrowing technology from monster trucks. Bill puts his daughter to work customizing her 2020 Challenger.
Actor John Cena is amazed by the transformation of his British classic '69 MGC into a custom-built masterpiece with all-American trimmings. Also, the team has to get creative building a chassis and bed for a '60s Jeep Willys entirely from scratch.
The Mecum Auction comes to town, and Bill runs four vehicles across the block with shocking results. The team starts their next monster build, a custom all-tube buggy. Building an indestructible cage requires all their fabrication skills and then some!
When the hometown Houston Astros ask for a custom van that brings the party, the Ekstensive team swings for the fences on their 2022 Ram ProMaster van. Bill gives an unfinished '68 C10 one of their most innovative suspension and chassis designs to date.
Bill takes the '68 C10 into uncharted territory with over-the-top fabrication and an epoxy river bed that tests their skills like nothing before. A 2018 Ram dually can't handle heavy loads, so the team comes up with a unique setup to get it back to work
Bill refuses to hold anything back on the '68 C10, as it finishes in a Texas-sized flourish looking unlike anything they've ever customized before. The '60s Willys Jeep overcomes a major hurdle, as the team must fabricate a wider front end by hand.