The MuscleCar crew teams up with Horsepower to build a Factory Five Racing Thirty-Three hot rod. Take a tour or FFR\'s factory and see how the cars are designed and manufactured. Rick tries out water-borne paint as he gives the Thirty-Three some custom paint and graphics.
We\'ve got seven of the very best custom car builders in the nation helping us take Project Super Dually from a rough shell to a primed and ready to paint truck... in just one show!
Horsepower turns a carbureted 350 smallblock in a \'72 Chevelle into a more efficient EFI-Controlled powerplant. The result: better idle, throttle response and fuel efficiency. Also, phase two of the Autocross Camaro project, as Mike and Joe finish their transformation of their F-body street car.
Another amazing Horsepower first. Joe and Mike drop a new GM Performance Parts E-rod Engine into a Factory Five Racing supercar. Witness the future of hot rodding with a high Horsepower, environmentally friendly motor powering a sleek, sexy Corvette killer.
We’re cleaning up the interior and protecting the exterior on Project Super Dually! Inside, we’re reviving the door panels and adding new carpet then, on the outside, we adding some serious custom built bumpers!
Progress continues on the Monte Carlo Giveaway G-Machine as Mike from Horsepower helps Tommy from MuscleCar stiffen the frame, and Ian from XTreme 4x4 lends a hand with a beefed- up rear end for the old Chevy. See how a suspension swap takes this GM car to a whole new level of handling.
A champion Pro Stock racer pitches in to bring a ’55 Chevy back to life. And the guys will install and test some new supercharger technology.
The MuscleCar guys get back to work on the ’69 Olds Cutlass Restomod Project, beginning with a complete revamp of the fenders. Brad Starks lends a hand in building a set of custom sheet metal inner fenders for the Olds, and then Mank shows how to rescue the abused stock outer fenders by fixing the outer metal work, and replacing the missing reinforcement on the inside.
Horsepower kicks off a unique project car build – a Nissan 240 SX, powered by a Chevy LS engine and other components that’ll transform a little sports car into road course giant.
We’re back on Project Super Dually! We’re adding running lights and, getting our Ford head and tail lights to operate using our Dodge wiring harness!
We’re adding a kit to improve the shifting in our 2006 GMC Sierra, and this time, we’re not taking the transmission out of the truck! Then it’s a new coat of paint and racing stripes for Rolling Thunder.
MuscleCar’s Tommy Boshers gets a helping hand from the entire Powerblock Team in order to begin turning a tired old 1970 Monte Carlo into a Serious G-Machine which will be given away to one lucky viewer. This episode includes an in-depth 6.0 LS build with Horsepower TV’s John Bouchard.
If you plan to conquer steep hills, you need the right rig! Our Two-Car Garage Crawler gets twin-stick shifters, dual braking, and more! Plus: complete recovery gear for one viewer on this week’s “Driveway Rescue”.
The Horsepower guys build a stout Chevy LS with high performance parts dropping it in their Nissan 240 project car. Then, it’s off to a nearby road course to test the car’s power and driving performance.
The paint is worn, and there’s a thin layer of surface rust on the body. It was totaled in a wreck. But there’s a HEMI inside our salvage yard 2007 Jeep Wrangler, and that’s what we need to create an over-the-top trail rig!
We’re adding a water/methanol injection kit to a 2005 Dodge Ram 2500 diesel to improve its towing performance! And we’re adding a cold air kit to Project Super Dually!
The Restomod Oldsmobile continues to see progress as the MuscleCar guys create a custom mounting location for the fuel tank, and add in a one-of-a-kind fuel filler through the side of the car. Then find out how you can affordably dip your toes into the world of drag racing, and discover the best way to protect your ride from hostile factors in the environment.
You want the excitement of short course racing, but don’t have the money for a race team? There may be a short course RC car in your future! We’ve got the upgrades to get the most bang for your buck. Plus: Full-scale Dirt Riot action in Moab!
We use a bunch of re-purposed parts and a whole lot of massaging to build a real world bracket race engine that’s got plenty of competitive, consistent power.