A good client brings in a problematic 1965 Mustang expecting Noah and his crew to transform this twisted shell of a car and into a beast at the track. Noah also takes on bringing a 1965 Cobra to life for a client who’s never had it running.
When one client brings in a perfectly running, near flawless Porsche, and the other a brand new Cadillac CTS-V, the only thing left to do is everything! Noah challenges his crew to take the performance of these cars to the next level.Build Photos, Video, & Specs
Noah has his hands full modifying a 1957 Chevy Bel Air for a married couple with two separate visions. And a mystery client that they've never met has high demands for turning a '69 Camaro into a luxury ride.
Noah's excited to stretch his wings and take on a Triumph TR3, but his guys don't share the same love for this British racer. But they all get a taste of serious American adrenaline when Noah pushes for some hot upgrades to their shop truck.Build Photos, Video, & Specs
A running and restored 1962 Corvette gets chopped and dropped as Noah and team set out to retain all the natural beauty of this car while amplifying its performance specs to compete with modern day racers.Build Photos, Video, & Specs
Perhaps the only shop where 1000 horsepower isn't enough is at Classic Car Studio. Noah challenges his team to take a 1969 Chevelle and turn it into a fierce speed demon that will win as many car shows as it will attract speeding tickets.Build Photos, Video, & Specs
Noah has a new client who wants to take a 1953 Ford F-100 from a farmland hauler to an ass-hauling racer! What starts as a rust bucket truck on its last legs gets an epic overhaul that pushes his guys to the limit to get it done to Noah's high standards.Build Photos, Video, & Specs
Noah finally turns his lead fabricator, Scott, lose on a 1962 Chrysler 300 after months of reigning him in on other cars. The result is a completely custom aviation-themed hot rod that looks like anything but Grandpa’s old grocery getter.Build Photos, Video, & Specs