Has your vehicle become an antique? Then repair and refurbish this September as DMAX takes you on a restoration trip from home garages to the vast seas. Whether it’s a rustic car or an abandoned ship, DMAX will bring you the fix you need.
Last year, custom car guru Rick Dore and ex-WWE wrestler Chuck Palumbo teamed up to start SLAM, a revolutionary new body shop specializing in the last untapped frontier of classic American automobiles – car hoards. All over the country, classics such as Zephyrs, Mercs, T Birds and Camaros are collecting rust as their owners wait for that elusive “someday” when they’ll finally restore their dream cars.
In the new season of EXTREME CAR HOARDERS, Chuck and Rick offer these hoarders a golden opportunity: they’ll tow away your rusting fleet, sell what they can, and use the money from the sales to turn one of your cars into a priceless, show-worthy vehicle for you to keep. But transforming cars for hoarders is a risky proposition. Finding buyers for rust buckets is never easy, and the restoration and customization business is full of unexpected pitfalls that can sink their partnership for good. Chuck and Rick are all in, and it’s going to be a wild ride starting September 2, airing Wednesdays at 8:10 p.m.
Meanwhile, the new series FLIPPING SHIPS features Edwin McCain, whose passion for music took him straight to the Top 10 during the peak of his popularity. Now, he's charting new territory with a quirky band of gearheads on a mission to save beaten-down boats left for dead. Set sail for Greenville, South Carolina, where Edwin and the Boats Have Souls restoration crew perform acts of nautical salvation. Will their passion for fixing and flipping these lovable money pits pay off, or will they go down with the ship? Don't miss the show that brings a whole new meaning to rock the boat, premiering on September 10, airing Thursdays at 9 p.m.