Kelvin Locklear, his wife April, and their expert team take on the biggest and baddest big rigs and RVs in the country and transform them into some of the coolest, one-of-a-kind rides ruling the highways and byways.
Produced by Worldwide Media Group (2012)
A Kenwood truck is customized for the Detroit Radiator Corp. in the opener of a series in which big-rig trucks and RVs are transformed and restored.
A 1960 Flxible bus – rumored to be the former touring bus of Ray Charles - is restored for Krispy Kreme and unveiled at the Daytona 500.
Jack Link’s Mobile Tailgating Unit
A mobile-tailgating unit is customized for beef-jerky maker Jack Links.
Bristol Motor Speedway RV
An RV is transformed into a race-fan zone for Bristol Motor Speedway.
A fire truck is painted pink for the Lake Norman Fire Department in Mooresville, N.C., in an effort to raise cancer awareness.
Armor All American
The crew customizes a truck that will transport vehicles in the World of Outlaws racing series; a painful injury sidelines Ted for several days.