A 1973 school bus is converted into a tailgating machine for a pair of Louisville Cardinals fans. Bret and the team install a 72-in. TV and a fold-out 12-ft. bar. They also create a custom wrap for the vehicle.
Bret and the team disassemble a 1962 Cadillac and use the parts for their makeover of a worn-out RV from the 1990s. Included: The dashboard is replaced; bench seats are reupholstered; and fenders are transformed into a master bed.
A retired Navy SEAL receives his very own mobile-command center, that is, after Bret and the team deal with a bit of a rust problem. Included: a fingerprint-activated safe; top-of-the-line security cameras; and a cigar lounge, complete with a humidor.
A 40-year-old motor home is transformed for a couple who want to make and serve sausage out of it. The makeover includes the installation of diamond-plate flooring, a gourmet kitchen and a giant fold-down serving area.
An ambulance from the 1980s is transformed into a high-tech vehicle, complete with satellite tracking, digital camouflage and a state-of-the-art thermal imaging system, for a father and son who spend their free time tracking down Bigfoot.
Setbacks are encountered as Bret and his team take a 32-ft. RV and turn it into a VIP lounge for the apparel company TapouT, a client they hope to impress with an air-powered T-shirt cannon, a spiral staircase and a rooftop deck.
Rocker Bret Michaels oversees the restoration of dilapidated recreational vehicles in this series, which begins with the transformation of a family's shabby RV. Upgrades include granite countertops, wood floors, a lavish bed and an indoor fireplace.