Kindig Customs

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Kindig Customs

The owner of an iconic '55 Nomad wants to boost the power with a blower.

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Season 9
A simple repair turns into a full rebuild for a show-ready '35 Roadster.
The shop hits the road with their freshest builds for a show in Colorado.
Challenges still lie ahead as the C10 moves into final assembly.
The body work on this truck is where the art of the build truly comes out.
A beat-up truck arrives, but underneath all the rust lies a hidden gem.
Season 8
The Bitchin' Pantera is just about done -- paint, assembly and upholstery sound easy, but nothing is simple with this project.
With the whole team in agreement, the crew must make the designs into reality. Including bulging out the fenders, creating a spider-shaped exhaust, and executing the stretch.
The crew face a web of build and design issues when customising a 1970s Pantera. The 6'4 client must be able to comfortably get into the car.
Dave and Kev take the show as far east as they have ever gone and head to Lake George, New York, for the Adirondack Nationals; the town shuts down for the car show.
A Beatles fanatic challenges Dave to paint a modern Rolls-Royce to match the car John Lennon commissioned in the late 1960s.Will the modern version be able to match the original.
Dave and Kevin make their return to the Specialty Equipment Market Association. They have an ambitious plan of bringing 10 new builds to Las Vegas for the show.
The team put the finishing touches on the first-ever Kindig CF Corvettes; the clients argue about who will get the first one, all in advance of a once-in-a-lifetime debut at SEMA.
Dave and the guys at Kindig-It have proved that they could execute Dave's vision of his production Corvette. Now that a few have sold, they have to get the rest finished.
Matching the two-tone paint job is the challenge of the day as the '53 Barn Door Deluxe build carries on; custom trim, a more powerful engine, 22 windows and a custom interior.
Dave is thrilled with the latest build, while KevDogg is barely lukewarm. Dave has done double-cab VW's, Bugs and Karmann Ghias, but now he is taking on something different.
Dave's clients have owned a car since they got married 25 years ago and want it restored so they can enjoy it for another 25.
Normally when Kindig-It Design attends a car show, their cars are the ones being judged. This time around, Dave and Kev hold the keys and will have to select the top 10 builders.
The build continues, and the challenge is to keep what makes the car a Hebmueller intact, while taking bold steps to turn it into a hot rod.
Of all the different years and generations of the VW Bug, there is one that stands out among the rest, which is the Hebmüller. They are truly the holy grail of VWs.