Small-town custom car fabricator Chad Hiltz takes on his first build under his new banner at Hiltz Automotive. The team takes a stubborn ‘57 Cadillac and transforms it into a futuristic, chromed-out roadster fit for a king.
The Hiltz Auto Company team pulls out all the stops for a local trucker with a dream. Using Chad's vintage toys as inspiration and utilizing Colton's improved welding skills, the team converts a '34 Oldsmobile sedan into a unique, functioning dump truck.
The 10th-Annual Rockabilly Weekend car show is right around the corner and Chad has big plans for this year's raffle car! The team races to transform a rusted-out '38 Ford into an open-motor, fenderless hotrod that's guaranteed to sell tickets.
Chad gets pushed to his limits when a local body shop owner tasks him with his first-ever motorcycle build. With the Wharf Rat Bike Rally just two weeks away, Chad races the clock to visualize, customize and materialize the one-of-a-kind chopper.
Chad takes on his most ambitious build yet -- transforming a rusted-out 1971 Pinto into a European-style performance car framed in glass. With only four weeks to work and a mountain of problems facing him, Chad risks missing a deadline for the first time.
The team continues converting the '71 Pinto into a Euro performance car.
An old-time motorhead tasks Chad with building an open-wheel race car. On a limited budget, Chad decides to start with an antique engine and build the car around it but getting the engine running is a tricky task that may require a miracle to achieve.
Chad's final build of the season is the centerpiece of his client's elegant New Year's Eve celebration. The hard deadline and Chad's decision to put the engine in the back has the team scrambling. Meanwhile, Colton gets to work on his first solo build.
New Year's Eve is only a week away and Chad's final build of the season is less than halfway finished. Last-minute decisions and the pressures of finishing on time are too much for Colton, leaving the short-staffed team scrambling for a victory.