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The guardrails come down when Doug and Brad DeBerti bring their infectious personalities to Spoolin’ Up with the DeBertis. Veering 180 degrees from “Twin Turbos”, this series is all about challenges, one-upping each other, and getting their stories out on social media. At the end of each episode, they may not make a dime, but they will win a far greater prize: bragging rights.

Spoolin' Up With The DeBertis is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (16 episodes). The series first aired on .

Spoolin' Up With The DeBertis is available for streaming on the Motortrend website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Spoolin' Up With The DeBertis on demand at Amazon Prime, Amazon, Hulu, Vudu, Google Play, iTunes online.

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Spoolin' Up With The DeBertis Full Episode Guide

  • Doug and Brad build one of the most badass race trucks of all time. They transform a humble Toyota Tacoma into a 900-horsepower truck that can handle road racing, rallycross and drifting with just a few adjustments.

  • Doug and Brad are pulling up stakes and moving to North Carolina in order to be in the heart of racing and car-fabrication country. Before they go, they want to build a truck that can haul all of their other trucks cross-country.

  • Brad and Doug plan to create the ultimate adventure vehicle. They're taking a regular UTV and transforming it into a badass launching, climbing, hunting, camping and racing machine to give away free to one lucky fan.

  • Doug and Brad want to take their wives on a tour of their new surroundings. The Jeep they have in mind was shipped with tiny wheels on it, so the guys search through shipping containers for something with more Southern 4x4 style.

  • The DeBertis pour their profits from making insane rides into their passion, racing. Brad has big ambitions for his racing career, and despite setbacks, he is determined to reach his goal of making the leap from dirt to asphalt.

  • The DeBertis have landed in their new shop in Mooresville, North Carolina. They want to connect with the locals, and do it with muscle and horsepower. Social media is great, but a ride with them in an 800hp van is priceless.

  • Brad welcomes his followers to the 2019 SEMA show by burning a screaming Mustang's tires off in front of fans. The DeBertis have four vehicles at SEMA, which they juggle with networking, nightlife and fun.

  • Brad wants to make a video for his social media followers, and chooses their '61 van as his comedy chariot. Doug and the guys load into the van to get reactions from onlookers, build partners and local business owners.

  • In a behind-the-scenes look at the DeBerti family, Doug tries to share his wisdom while son Brad helps him finish his sentences. Brad may technically be an adult, but one project has him looking for a toddler's booster seat.

  • The DeBerti team has only a few days to completely transform a Mustang and get it ready to drift. The car's makeover has a few hiccups, but once it's ready, Brad will be able to get behind the wheel and learn how to drift.

  • The DeBertis enlist the help of professionals to teach Brad how to properly drift his car. As he gets more comfortable going sideways, he puts his skills to the test on Horse Thief Mile, a track that leaves no room for error.

  • Brad and Doug take their skills to a new level by "DeBerti-izing" their Segways, with enhancements making them more suitable for race-day conditions. When Brad has a "what if?" moment, the Debertis find a way to make it a reality.

  • Doug and the DeBerti team surprise Brad for his birthday with a smoke show. Where there's smoke, there's fire, and someone will be crowned the smoke show king.

  • Brad and Doug recap some of their best builds. From a "Brad-proof" Raptor and the world's first full-size drift truck to a SEMA-winning Mustang and a rock-crawling Jeep, they've pushed the boundaries of automotive innovation.

  • Rookie driver Brad DeBerti is a rising star when he's injured in an accident. His father Doug steps in, and the father/son duo continue their business of building custom cars until Brad is healed and can get back on the track.