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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. Texas Metal is a series that is currently running and has 3 seasons (30 episodes). The series first aired on November 7, 2017.

Where do I stream Texas Metal online? Texas Metal is available for streaming on Velocity, 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, iTunes online.

Tuesday at 10:00 PM EST on Velocity
3 Seasons, 30 Episodes
November 7, 2017
Automotive, Reality
Cast: Bill Carlton
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Texas Metal Full Episode Guide

  • This year's over-the-top build has Bill and crew lifting a 2020 Chevy Silverado 5500 more than a foot with a custom heavy-duty air suspension. The guys also prove their Texas mettle by radically overhauling the utility bed.

  • The team revamps an old school '34 Buick into a modern day lowrider. After months of rebuilding the body and making a custom frame for Earl Campbell's '49 Cadillac, the Hall of Famer challenges the shop with a last-minute wrinkle.

  • NFL Hall-of-Famer Earl Campbell made a career mowing down defenders. The guys take the same hellbent approach to rebuilding his 1949 Cadillac. They also customize a van for a disabled motocross rider so he can drive again.

  • Hall of Fame running back Earl Campbell arrives with the body and parts of a 1959 Cadillac, and the crew is honored to create a ground-up build for the local legend. Plus a 1940 F-100 build snowballs into a much bigger job.

  • A 1996 dump truck is the largest truck the shop has ever customized. The guys go extra heavy duty to create a military-styled mega-truck. A lowrider enthusiast wants a custom air ride and LS swap for his pristine 1934 Buick.

  • Bill and the team get their chance to finish a 1968 Chevy C10, which they've turned into a unibody by welding the body and bed into one piece. An old dump truck rolls into the shop as the biggest truck they've ever customized.

  • A 1937 International Harvester gets a big old Cummins 12-valve diesel engine that's as heavy as the truck itself. A 2005 Chevy Colorado gets a new lease on life as a nitrous-infused drag truck.

  • Bill looks to the year 2073 when the owner of a '73 El Camino challenges the shop to transform his vehicle into the Ride of the Future. The city wants a custom bumper on a 2020 Freightliner tow truck that can push 45,000 pounds.

  • Bill knows all too well that families are the lifeblood of the custom truck scene. A customer wants to transform a 1965 Ford Falcon Club Wagon into a fully custom family cruiser. A 1966 Cobra replica gets reinforced.

  • In Texas, you don't just go big, you go bigger. The team does that on the year-long 1950 Ford F5 COE build when the client asks for a last-minute Cummins diesel engine swap. A twisted graphic wraps up a months-long 2001 Ford F350.

  • Bill and the team try to outdo themselves with a radical redesign of 1950 Ford F5 COE, starting with a bed unlike any they've built. The shop begins its first shot at remaking a '69 Corvette Stingray by building a custom chassis.

  • Bill and the team bring a wrecked '70 Suburban hauler back to life as a long bed, four door, crew cab dually with a 5.9 Cummins diesel engine, custom chassis and suspension; a '65 Plymouth Belvedere II gets some extra muscle with a Mopar crate Hemi.

  • Bill pushes the shop's creativity with his own build of a 2018 Yukon Denali XL. The luxury SUV is their tallest build ever with a custom lift, straight axles & a supercharger. The 1970 Suburban gets a handmade chassis & body with a custom fourth door.

  • The wrecked shell of a 1970 Suburban car hauler tests Bill and his metal geniuses as they transform it into a high end diesel, low, long bed, crew cab dually. Ekstensive makes a lifted and loaded F150 for Boots for Troops, a military charity.

  • Rusty and riddled with bullet holes, Bill's neighbor hands over the crumbling shell of a '52 Ford F4 Milk Truck. The guys unleash their best fabrication skills, and turn this 60+ year old milk truck into a one of a kind, dazzling diesel street rod.

  • Ekstensive's built a lot of trucks, but never a Ford Bronco. Until now. Bill & the guys transform a rusted '68 Bronco roadster into a high-powered off-roading truck with an 8" lift, supercharged engine, handmade dash, roll cage, and waterproof interior.

  • Bill and the guys take a good C10 to a hundred with custom touches from inside to out includingone of one interior and bed. Ekstensive makes a dream come true by modifying a 2018 Dodge Demon for an under ten second quarter mile run on the track.

  • Bill and the guys are known for their custom metal work, but the transformation of a 1940 International Harvester water truck into a mobile barbecue pit tests all their skills. A 1986 C-10 is a family heirloom that's remade for future generations.

  • Bill and the gang are back under the hood of the 2018 Camaro ZL1 - rebuilding the engine to add as much power as possible before a visit to the dynamometer.

  • The 2018 Camaro ZL1 is already a high performance sports car, but the owner wants Bill to make his even badder. The guys are happy to oblige, starting with a handmade aluminum chassis and interior. Also, a new client wants his Sierra Denali frame dropped.

  • A client wants Bill to set the bar for custom SUVs with a 2018 Yukon Denali. The guys get busy with handmade chassis, body mods, interior, and twin turbos. Ekstensive goes full gangster with a 1948 Mercury, remaking the car from the inside out.