Texas Metal

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  • TV-PG
  • 2017
  • 5 Seasons
  • 7.1  (174)

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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Bill's 1,500-HP Diesel Buggy
12. Bill's 1,500-HP Diesel Buggy
June 29, 2022
The team custom builds every part for the first vehicle Ekstensive has ever built entirely from scratch, the heavy-duty, 1,500-horsepower buggy of Bill's dreams. As they finish one enormous build, they take on their next one, John Cena's Bugatti 57C. Read Less
C10 To End All C10s
11. C10 To End All C10s
June 22, 2022
Bill refuses to hold anything back on the '68 C10, as it finishes in a Texas-sized flourish looking unlike anything they've ever customized before. The '60s Willys Jeep overcomes a major hurdle, as the team must fabricate a wider front end by hand.
Ram Tougher And Louder
10. Ram Tougher And Louder
June 15, 2022
A '68 C10 gets over-the-top fabrication and an epoxy river bed.
Hometown Homerun Van
9. Hometown Homerun Van
June 8, 2022
The hometown Houston Astros ask for a custom van that brings the party.
Across The Block
8. Across The Block
June 1, 2022
The Mecum Auction comes to town, and Bill has four vehicles on the block.
Mgcena
7. Mgcena
May 25, 2022
Actor John Cena is amazed by the transformation of his British classic '69 MGC into a custom-built masterpiece with all-American trimmings. Also, the team has to get creative building a chassis and bed for a '60s Jeep Willys entirely from scratch.
H1 Hummer-dinger
6. H1 Hummer-dinger
March 9, 2022
An Ekstensive favorite, a 2001 Hummer H1, needs some serious reinforcements; Bill changes things up on his completely custom, all-tube buggy by borrowing technology from monster trucks; Bill puts his daughter to work customizing her 2020 Challenger.
Bigger, Badder Wrecker
5. Bigger, Badder Wrecker
March 2, 2022
The team works their magic to customize a brand-new International wrecker.
Root Beer Cadillac
4. Root Beer Cadillac
February 23, 2022
The crew blends old and new to radically redesign a client's '74 Eldorado.
From The Ground Up
3. From The Ground Up
February 2, 2022
Bill is still being put to the test with a 1928 Ford Rat Rod, a 1942 Ford pickup and a 1975 C10.
Mom-ster Truck
2. Mom-ster Truck
January 26, 2022
After John Cena makes a surprise appearance at the shop, Bill and the guys begin to customize John's small 1969 MGC to be a perfect fit; a new customer wants a handmade lifted suspension on his 1920 Denali 2500 as a gift for his wife.
Jeep Splits and Foreign Whips
1. Jeep Splits and Foreign Whips
January 19, 2022
Bill and the gang split a '60 Willys Jeep and overhaul a '98 AMG G-Wagon.
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 5 seasons (55 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 Apple TV+, Amazon Prime, Philo, Amazon, Vudu, Velocity, FuboTV, Microsoft Movies & TV, Google Play and Apple TV.

  • Premiere Date
    November 7, 2017
  • IMDB Rating
    7.1  (174)