Iron Resurrection

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  • TV-PG
  • 2016
  • 5 Seasons
  • 7.8  (308)

In this auto restoration series, a metal fabricator builds vehicles of all kinds, starting with hulks that have seen better days and turning them into shiny showpieces. The series debuted in 2016 and airs on the Velocity cable network. No matter the type - busted bikes or rusted out roadsters - every vehicle deserves a second chance to shine. Outside Austin, Texas mechanical master Joe Martin (the winner of Discovery Channel's "Biker Build-Off"), his wife Amanda, his best friend Jayson "Shag" Arrington and their team at Martin Bros Customs are breathing life back into vehicles of all kinds, shapes and sizes on the Velocity original series Iron Resurrection. Each episode finds Shag and Amanda scouring the Texas countryside for hidden, unpolished mechanical gems to bring back to the shop for Joe and his crew. Amanda keeps the jobs rolling out and the dollars rolling in with her uncanny knowledge of every backwoods shed and car lot in the state, while Shag uses his gift for gab and marketing skills to get the best deals possible.

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Seasons
Bare Bones To Showstopper: 5-window Chevy Truck Rebuild
10. Bare Bones To Showstopper: 5-window Chevy Truck Rebuild
August 18, 2021
A former customer has returned to the shop with a new project, a 1950 5-window Chevy truck. But this isn't just any car in his collection, it's the crown jewel. But to Joe's horror, this prized possession might have some seriously unsalvageable damage.
Supercharged '65 Falcon Ready For Take-off
9. Supercharged '65 Falcon Ready For Take-off
August 11, 2021
In this corner, weighing in at only 2,400 pounds, the 1965 Ford Falcon! For a former professional wrestler, there isn't a better 50th birthday present than restoring this cult classic. For that, he puts his trust in Joe Martin & his world-class team.
Resurrectin' A Rusty Unicorn: 1936 Hudson Terraplane
8. Resurrectin' A Rusty Unicorn: 1936 Hudson Terraplane
August 4, 2021
Three years after a unicorn first rolled into the shop, Joe is more determined than ever to honour a 1936 Hudson owner's dying wishes to bring the car back from the dead. The ultimate Iron Resurrection will put Joe's exceptional metal skills to the test.
Space Coyote: '64 Galaxie Gets A Coyote Transplant
7. Space Coyote: '64 Galaxie Gets A Coyote Transplant
July 28, 2021
Joe stumbles across a '64 Ford Galaxie in great shape with only 60,000 miles on it. For Joe, it isn't enough to restore it to 1964, which means a trick frame with all-new steering, tires and a Coyote engine that will really make the car blast off.
Chop Top: Big Block Drag Chevelle
6. Chop Top: Big Block Drag Chevelle
July 21, 2021
It's open-car surgery as Joe and the team work to realize his dream of a cold-blooded '70 Chevelle race car with a chopped roof. Complications with the modified roof arise when the big-block monster motor obstructs driver visibility.
'70 Chevelle Need For Speed
5. '70 Chevelle Need For Speed
July 14, 2021
The crew checks another iconic car off their bucket list when they transform an iconic '70 Chevelle into a drag car. They make it MEAN with a monster motor, big tires, trick frame and a roll cage. But Joe dreams up a chopped roof at the 11th hour.
Firebird Resurrection
4. Firebird Resurrection
July 7, 2021
Joe is deep into the rebuild of a '77 Bandit Trans Am. The car has a new frame, updated suspension and a new LS motor, but the T-Top is totally janky. It needs strengthening before this classic muscle car can get roaring down the road again.
'77 Trans Am Bird In Black
3. '77 Trans Am Bird In Black
June 30, 2021
The crew sinks their teeth into a legendary '77 Bandit Trans Am. A car of this stature calls for a BIG motor, meaty tires, low stance, steel spoilers, killer paint job and a brand-new interior. Then, a '67 Chevelle returns for a supercharger engine.
'56 Ford Back To The Future
2. '56 Ford Back To The Future
June 23, 2021
The crew is welding, grinding and hammering the frame and chassis of the barn-find '56 Ford truck. Joe uses all his tricks to make it look like it has been parked in a field for more than 50 years, but drive like a modern muscle machine.
Cherrybomb '56 Ford Truck
1. Cherrybomb '56 Ford Truck
June 16, 2021
A 1956 Ford truck has been sitting in a barn for more than 30 years. Joe and his crew fab up a hand-built custom frame, drop in a big power plant and make the interior smell like new leather. The twist: Joe paints the new truck to look old.
Description

In this auto restoration series, a metal fabricator builds vehicles of all kinds, starting with hulks that have seen better days and turning them into shiny showpieces. The series debuted in 2016 and airs on the Velocity cable network. No matter the type - busted bikes or rusted out roadsters - every vehicle deserves a second chance to shine. Outside Austin, Texas mechanical master Joe Martin (the winner of Discovery Channel's "Biker Build-Off"), his wife Amanda, his best friend Jayson "Shag" Arrington and their team at Martin Bros Customs are breathing life back into vehicles of all kinds, shapes and sizes on the Velocity original series Iron Resurrection. Each episode finds Shag and Amanda scouring the Texas countryside for hidden, unpolished mechanical gems to bring back to the shop for Joe and his crew. Amanda keeps the jobs rolling out and the dollars rolling in with her uncanny knowledge of every backwoods shed and car lot in the state, while Shag uses his gift for gab and marketing skills to get the best deals possible.

Iron Resurrection is a series that is currently running and has 5 seasons (46 episodes). The series first aired on April 13, 2016.

Where to Watch Iron Resurrection

Iron Resurrection is available for streaming on the Velocity website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Iron Resurrection on demand at Amazon Prime, Philo, Amazon, Hulu, Vudu, Velocity, FuboTV, Microsoft Movies & TV, Google Play and Apple TV.

  • Premiere Date
    April 13, 2016
  • IMDB Rating
    7.8  (308)