An enthusiastic cowboy is looking for a rat rod to lift the spirits of his small town. Steve quickly lands on the idea of making a death defying carnival ride on wheels. But will this rolling house of horrors bring joy to anyone but Steve?
A family man with a need for speed brings a battered 50's era pickup to Steve looking for a bad ass rat rod the whole family can enjoy. To meet their client's demands the crew need to find a way to add glitz and gloss to a smoke belching monster.
Two bodyguards from Nashville prove to be tough customers when they ask Steve to redesign their Chevy truck into a bat out of hell for their impending anniversary. While the Welderup crews lack of communication threatens to tear their union apart.
An electrical lineman from Texas tasks Steve & the Welderup crew with customizing his company’s first work truck, a trusty old early 70’s Ford pickup. Leading them to create a monstrous homage to the linemen that brought power to the West.
When Joe, Welderup's general manager, discovers that his two-year-old son has cancer Steve enlists the crew to build a custom vehicle that he hopes will show anyone who is battling the disease that there is life after the struggle.
When a couple of local hot rod builders challenge Steve to compete in a race that features only 'period correct' post war restorations he can't say no. But his plan to make a race-ready '31 Ford in just a week and a half has the team on edge.
After Steve pens an ode to his working class roots in the steel industry called "Blue Collar Man". He sets out to transform a rare but crumbling 70's era Charger body into the ultimate blue collar vehicle to star in the song's music video.
To appease a demanding new client Steve aims to make a big rig rat rod out of a'79 Peterbilt that he once drove for his father's steel company. But his high expectations are crushed when cousin Dave goes rogue and prematurely paints the truck.