Steve and the Welderup crew have to get creative when they're tasked with building an iron-worker themed rat rod that doubles as a work truck. Justin makes a big mistake and Steve then tries to flip a beat-up '67 Coronet that he finds in a junkyard.
With only two weeks left to go building the Iron Rod truck for Tyrone. The Welderup crew still has to build an engine, install it, and re-cut the frame to add shocks. They're going have to pull a rabbit out of a hat to get it finished on time.
Steve and his Welder Up crew are back, their builds bigger than ever! Welder Up takes on transforming a 58 Chevy Apache into a badass Vintage Dirt Bike Hauler. And Steve jumps at the chance to bring Evel Knievel's Formula 1 Dragster back to life.
With the delivery date for the ultimate Vintage Dirt Bike Hauler imminent, Steve pushes his crew to complete his vision. And when Welder Up's reputation for building the meanest and fastest rat rods is challenged, Steve races a local ****-talker.
Steve is asked to build a scary villain rat rod in 3 weeks, and a vintage-inspired charity bike for veterans in two. When the frame on the villain car takes longer than expected and the Vet Bike won't start, he wonders if he'll get both projects done.
Steve and the Welderup crew have committed to meeting the original Superhero build time and delivering the Villain Rat Rod in three weeks. With no sign of a transmission, it doesn't look like the crew will escape the clutches of this perilous deadline.
Steve takes on one of his funkiest projects ever when he agrees to build a crazy 70's-era gasser racecar for a Navy Veteran. Also, Steve tries to make money by restoring and flipping a Prohibition-era bootlegger Model A truck to a Vegas police captain.
The Welder Up crew scramble to finish the 70's gasser, but they run into several problems while testing the car out. Also, Merlon plans a surprise gift for Steve to replace a bike he loved as a kid but lost.
When longtime friends commission Steve to build a spooky car, he goes above and beyond the grave when he digs up a haunted '55 Chevy. While Justin and Travis battle to modify the cursed car, Steve and Merlon flip a Depression Era Plymouth.
The Haunted Rod is cursed. The suspension and the engine don't fit, triggering major body work; and when the engine doesn't fire they miss the deadline. Steve flips a 1920 Old Wayne Gas Pump to off-set extra labor costs on the Haunted Rod.
Steve faces his toughest challenge yet when must design a tour bus that represents WelderUp while meeting the high standards of his business partners- sisters Donnalee and Stacy. Steve stands to make his largest profit yet off of an unusual flip.
The WelderUp tour bus receives an interior steampunk makeover, while Merlon converts a Cummins diesel engine to run on vegetable oil and Travis installs triple turbos. Meanwhile, Justin drifts into unfamiliar territory with his '62 Lark.