Texas Metal

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  • TV-PG
  • 2017
  • 4 Seasons
  • 7.0  (114)

In this auto enthusiast series, the crew of a metalworking company design and build custom cars and trucks, often starting from classic wrecks and turning them into outrageously outfitted vehicles. The series airs on the Velocity channel. With dozens of awards on their walls, crowds of adoring fans, and a several months long waitlist, this Texas team always has their hands full with rowdy customers, challenging builds and tight timelines. They average 25 to 30 builds a month, working on everything on wheels from muscle cars to monster trucks.

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Seasons
A Texas-Sized Surprise
12. A Texas-Sized Surprise
June 9, 2021
The guys hit the home stretch on the '46 Ford "Blue Thunder," its once-rusted shell now rebuilt into a one-of-one showstopper. Bill is surprised when John Cena drops off a '69 MGC, wanting nothing less than to change the game with his British classic.
450 Reasons to Go Bigger
11. 450 Reasons to Go Bigger
June 2, 2021
When Ekstensive needs a new shop truck, Bill and the guys go sky-high with a lifted '21 F-450 King Ranch capable of hauling over 20,000 pounds. With most of the '46 Ford Coupe body beyond repair, the team has no choice but to build from the ground up.
Blue Thunder Coupe Part 1
10. Blue Thunder Coupe Part 1
May 26, 2021
A client wants to surprise his dad with a custom '46 Ford Coupe. Starting with little more than a car skeleton, the team builds it from the ground up. Plus, Bill surprises his wife when he goes classy and supercharged with her 2021 Escalade.
Rock'n Bronco
9. Rock'n Bronco
May 19, 2021
Rocker Ted Nugent brings in his beloved '74 Bronco. Bill and the guys make a ground up, all-terrain beast unlike any other. With his creative sparks flying, Bill gets going on a build he's dreamed about for years: a handmade, all-tube, off-road buggy.
Texas Square Body
8. Texas Square Body
April 21, 2021
Bill gets deja vu on a 1985 Chevy C10 square body. After a long history of custom C10s, he and the team try to outdo themselves with a handmade chassis and air ride, interior and bed. After a close call, Ekstensive makes a 1923 T-Bucket street safe.
The New Old School Suburban
7. The New Old School Suburban
April 14, 2021
A 1971 Suburban returns to the shop for 'Phase Two,' wanting more power and even more custom metalwork. When a client finds parts and pieces of a '68 C10, Bill and the crew set on a new course on a ground-up build unlike any they've ever done before.
Beantown Continental
6. Beantown Continental
April 7, 2021
A '64 Lincoln has been collecting dust for years. The guys bring this classic roadster back with a late-model Coyote engine and handmade interior. Plus, the Sling-Ray is a custom automotive sensation, but Ekstensive has what it's been missing.
Show and Go Dually
5. Show and Go Dually
March 31, 2021
Ekstensive turns a stock 2020 Denali dually into frame-dropping, show-stopping work truck. As a final touch, Bill handmakes articulating speakers for the bed. Bill takes a family's minds off their brush with a tornado with a custom 2019 Polaris Ranger.
Low and Loud
4. Low and Loud
March 24, 2021
Not many shops would try to drop a new 2020 Denali dually all the way to the floor. To get it done right, Bill and his team make one of their longest custom chassis ever. Plus, Ekstensive gets a diesel pro-mod drag car back on the track.
Big and Bigger
3. Big and Bigger
March 17, 2021
Bill's no stranger to truck builds getting bigger than originally planned, so it's no surprise when a 1971 Suburban goes even bigger with a custom lifted air suspension and interior. Plus, a nearly finished 2006 Kodiak needs just one more custom upgrade.
Imposta to Impala
2. Imposta to Impala
March 10, 2021
A 1996 Impala throws the guys a curveball when they discover it's an imposter. The team makes it better than ever, with custom body fabrications, rear subframe and handmade interior. Also, Bill gives back a fully-custom 2019 Ram to a Northside neighbor.
Tale of Two Fords
1. Tale of Two Fords
March 3, 2021
A long-time client wants to improve upon a near-perfect '68 Ford Ranger. The team is up to the task with an all-new custom chassis, handmade interior, rebuilt bed and Coyote 5.0 engine swap. Plus, the guys check off new custom upgrades on a '75 Bronco.
Description

In this auto enthusiast series, the crew of a metalworking company design and build custom cars and trucks, often starting from classic wrecks and turning them into outrageously outfitted vehicles. The series airs on the Velocity channel. With dozens of awards on their walls, crowds of adoring fans, and a several months long waitlist, this Texas team always has their hands full with rowdy customers, challenging builds and tight timelines. They average 25 to 30 builds a month, working on everything on wheels from muscle cars to monster trucks.

Texas Metal is a series that is currently running and has 4 seasons (42 episodes). The series first aired on November 7, 2017.

Where to Watch Texas Metal

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

  • Premiere Date
    November 7, 2017
  • IMDB Rating
    7.0  (114)