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Wednesday, 20 May 2020 15:54

Doing the Wrong Thing the Right Way on a New Season of MotorTrend's Roadkill Garage

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Season Five of ROADKILL GARAGE Premieres Wednesday, May 20 on the MotorTrend App

 

Project cars are a labor of love for millions of weekend wrenchers nationwide. So many enjoy the challenging, hard work of getting worn out, broken down vehicles back on the road.

 

Sometimes that means getting creative to solve for not having exactly the right equipment, the biggest budgets or parts to make a car work.

 

Enter the series ROADKILL GARAGE with knowledgeable, skilled hosts David Freiburger and Steve Dulcich who are showing weekend mechanics how to reclaim seemingly unclaimable cars for dirt cheap.

 

New episodes of ROADKILL GARAGE stream Wednesdays beginning Wednesday, May 20, 2020, on the MotorTrend App, the only subscription streaming service dedicated entirely to the motoring world.

 

Every episode finds Freiburger and Dulcich wrenching on project cars and other vehicles that meet the vibe of the wildly popular series ROADKILL.

 

The guys don’t have much of a budget but have years of experience working on a variety of vehicles from new and gently used to undriveable.

 

Sometimes left without exactly the right tools, equipment or parts, Dulcich and Freiburger show viewers how to do the wrong things the right way.

 

Season five of ROADKILL GARAGE premieres Wednesday, May 20, 2020, only on the MotorTrend App.

 

In the first episode, “Body Swap, Street Dragging ’56 Chevy!,” the guys have nabbed the 1956 Chevy 210 Tony Angelo and Lucky Costa revived on episode 69 of HOT ROD GARAGE.

 

The 210 was a 1965 National Hot Rod Association (N.H.R.A.) H Class Champion but unfortunately its body is complete trash – even for Freiburger’s and Dulcich’s standards.

 

They’ve decided to body swap it with some better sheet metal in order to ditch the rust and bring this car closer to its former glory. Then take it for some passes at the Kingman Street Drags on Route 66.


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