Bitchin' Rides season 5←Bitchin' Rides season 4
Bitchin' Rides season 5 episodes list:
Dave and the team at Kindig-It-Design start a new year with a one-of-a-kind build they have never attempted before, a 1964 Ranchero. The car looks to have had a lot of work done, but what's underneath the metal sets the team back.
The Ranchero build is an epic achievement for Dave and the whole Kindig It Design team, but will the client see it the same way? And will Dave find the perfect name for the perfect car?
A Canadian father daughter team arrives to add a new Bitchin Ride to their impressive collection. Building the little sister to the 62 Safari Bus is something close to Dave's VW roots. Fresh off the showroom floor, a 2017 Cadillac CTSV.
An old build is back for new customizations, an interior revamp and a new name. With Kevin headed out of town, Dave tries to sneak a new and personal project through the doors.
One of Dave's all-time favorite designs is the Mercedes-Benz Gull-wing, and a new client arrives with a kit version of the car. But it has many flaws, which the team need to address while trying to get the car as close as they can to original.
Every inch of the Mercedes Gul-Wing has finally been addressed and the car comes to an epic conclusion. But questions and challenges remain, which color will be just right? Will the doors actually function?
A '41 Chevy that has bounced around numerous shops rolls in for a quick trunk lid fix, but things go south very quickly; as if the shop wasn't busy enough, they kick off a Road Tour and the garage turns into an ER for broken down cars.
Dave and the team swap the chassis in a 1955 Nomad and upgrade its performance, which will give this car the edge it was missing.
A Corvette enthusiast brings his 1963 Corvette for upgrades; the car has had some work done, but he wants a huge LS X engine and a larger transmission; he also wants to ditch the side pipes and develop a one-of-a-kind, stand-out paint color.
Lloyd was born in 1962 and his dream is to have something old, but in good shape just like himself; Dave's biggest challenge is to stretch the car four inches to give more room for driving, moving the gas tank and a few other necessary improvements.
Four years ago, Vinnie Massaro brought his Charger to Kindig-It-Design looking for some minor improvements, and what he got absolutely blew hime away. Now he's back to build the biggest, baddest Mopar on the planet.
The 1967 Coronet build continues as the metal work comes to an end and the car moves into the paint booth. Vinnie wanted to go all out on this build and Dave has done some of his most innovative design work to date.