Kindig Customs

Season 4

Season 4, Episode 11 - If it was easy, anyone could do it

4.0 15 x
The metal masters take on a 1967 Chevelle with Great 8 pedigree and high expectations; Dave learns the hard way that builds do not always go according to plan.

Episode 12 (The Copper Caddy)

4.0 16 x
A year and a half of metal grinding, panel matching, and a whole lot of copper all come together as the Copper Caddy is finished for its show-stopping debut.

Episode 8 (Double Trouble)

3.0 20 x
A white 1969 Chevrolet Camaro gets completely customized, while a green '69 Camaro purchased on the Internet becomes a bigger project than originally imagined.

Episode 4 (Just Cuz You Can, Doesn't Mean You Should)

3.0 8 x
The crew ups its game to modernize a 1994 Chevrolet Impala; a purple 1969 Ford Mustang poses mechanical challenges; metal fabricator Kris presents an original hot rod.

Episode 2 (Blue Suede Shoes)

3.0 47 x
The Invicta build finally comes to a show-ready end after many challenges; Dave gets down and dirty on a 1970 Mustang that comes in to get its driveline unbundled.

Episode 10 (The Future Never Looked So Good)

3.0 36 x
A 1957 GM Futurliner and a Chevy Bel Air are featured.

Episode 6 (The Juice is Worth the Squeeze)

4.0 14 x
A 1933 Ford Tudor, a 1970 Challenger and a 1955 Bel Air are featured.

Episode 5 (Why Haul Hay When You Can Haul Ass?)

4.0 19 x
A 1953 Chevy and a 1965 Galaxie are featured.

Episode 1 (Grandma's Ride Gets Revived)

3.0 34 x
A 1934 Dodge, a 1967 Impala and a 1948 Ford pickup truck are featured in the opener of this series, in which custom vehicles are designed and built at a garage in Salt Lake City.