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Kindig It Design sits at the cutting edge of custom car design and as they move into a new era of creativity they are opening their doors in a search for the most Bitchin mechanics, wrenchers and fabricators in the country all-competing for a chance to work at the shop. Only the best of the best will make the cut and survive Bitchin Bootcamp.

Bitchin' Boot Camp is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (8 episodes). The series first aired on November 4, 2020.

Where do I stream Bitchin' Boot Camp online? Bitchin' Boot Camp is available for streaming on Motortrend, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Bitchin' Boot Camp on demand at Amazon Prime, Philo, Amazon, Hulu, Vudu, FuboTV, Apple TV online.

1 Season, 8 Episodes
November 4, 2020
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Bitchin' Boot Camp Full Episode Guide

  • Dave wants to see how well the remaining three players can realize an original design on their own. Their challenge is to fabricate a grill from design to execution, with the winners getting a spot in the finale.

  • It's every contestant for themselves now, starting with a rusted out, dented fender that needs repair. At the last minute, Dave and Kev throw a major-league curveball after they decide that the challenge is a little too easy.

  • The day's first exercise is to take an hour and see if they are more of a Dave or Kev artist. Next, project managers are chosen from the group and tasked to lead a team to design and execute a wing on a '68 Camaro trunk lid.

  • The competition is quickly getting more difficult. Dave and Kev divide the group into two teams, and explain the day's assignment -- navigate a tricky exhaust challenge. The losing team will have to make a difficult choice.

  • Dave and KevDogg keep the pressure on, as the remaining competitors pair up for a challenge to create a signature Kindig-It build feature. Teamwork is critical, and the team that can't figure it out will pack their bags.

  • After a nationwide search to find the best metal fabrication prospects around, Dave Kindig and KevDogg have invited 12 people to the shop to compete for one job at Kindig-It Design.