Partial Listing of Vehicles Modified On The Show
- 1934 International “The Hairy Hauler”
- 1941 Dodge WC-14 "Sgt. Rock"
- 1953 Ford F-100 "Project Old Skool"
- 1955 Ford F-100 "Stacey David"
- 1955 Willys Jeep Wagon "Wicked Willys"
- 1956 Chevrolet Nomad
- 1966 Chevrolet C10 "Project Daily Driver"
- 1966 Ford Bronco “Crazy Horse”
- 1967 Chevrolet C10 “Copperhead”
- 1979 Ford Bronco Project "Das Bronco" or "Low Buck Bronco"
- 1979 Chevy C10 "Trucks Ultimate Resurrected Derby Machine"
- 80's Chevrolet Blazer "Big Blaze"
- 80's Nissan King Cab "Project Body Bag"
- 1990 Chevy 454 SS
- 1994 Ford Lightning
- 1995 Chevrolet S-10 "Project S-10K" (Shown as $-10k to indicate a budget of $10,000)
- 1995 Chevrolet S-10 "Project Haulin' S-10" (changed S-10k truck into a street-and-strip drag racer with an engine supplied by ATK High Performance)
- 90's Mazda B2500 "Project Rolling Thunder"
- 1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee 5.9L Limited "5 Grand Cherokee"
- 00's GMC Denali
- 2003 Chevrolet Silverado "Project Blackjack"
- 2007 Ford F-150 Regular Cab Project “Lightning”
- Jeep Wrangler YJ "Project YJ Redemption"
- F-250 Super Duty "Project Workhorse"
- 1994 Dodge 1-ton Chassis/1979 Ford Crew-Cab Body "Project Super Dually"
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