Bill and the guys transform a completely wrecked 2017 F150. Ekstensive breathes life into this hunk of parts, turning it into an angry-looking pre-runner. They also build a custom air-suspension-bike trailer for a long-time customer.
Owners of a run-down '63 Grumman bread truck want it transformed into the ultimate t-shirt vending machine. Bill and the guys transform the giant truck with custom body modifications and a bar-themed interior.
A local-restaurant owner asks Bill to customize his auction-bought '61 Cadillac. The guys at Ekstensive bring the heat inside and out with fully-custom interior, suspension, wheels and tires. An eye catching '63 C-10 gets its twin turbo engine fired up.
A big Impala guy from Houston wants to take the old shell of a '66 C-10 and combine it with the best of a '60s Impala. It's a ground-up build with a completely hand-built chassis, body mods, 6.2L engine and a hydraulic bed.
After a remodel in the '90s, a purple '55 Chevy truck is in need of a modern update. Ekstensive doesn't disappoint, creating a timeless and classy truck with a modified hood and scoop, a handmade interior and new wood bed.
In the series premiere, Bill and the guys customize a 2017 F350 with less than 600 miles on it. They lower it with their handmade air ride and add a one-of-a-kind gooseneck hitch. Also: The owner of a 2014 Porsche 911 wants her sports car to sound as good as it looks.