With any project, there comes a time where you are ready to dig into it and start cutting, welding, and building. BUT STOP…wait a minute.
Today Stacey goes back to where it began, sharing tales about how he always loved mechanical things (which wasn’t always good news for his mother’s appliances), how discovering rock and roll lead t
TV Tommy Ivo was a master showman on the Dragstrip.
This week project RED BIRD is back under the knife!
The Pontiac Trans Am is an iconic piece of American muscle car history. For over 30 years it brought us plenty of movie and television memories and left more than its share of rubber on the road!
This week, Stacey pays a visit to a father and son team who are literally upside down in their restoration of an old C-10 pickup.
Stacey shows how America’s oldest tool company, Cornwell Tools, is changing the way you look at tool storage with their Platinum Series boxes and accessories. Never a
Quick, what does a tribologist, lubricity, and stiction have in common? If you’re thinking STAR TREK, you’re wrong! If you’re thinking oil, you’re right!
Stacey dives deep into the exciting and unpredictable world of the automotive auctions, as we follow two potential sellers to Mecum.
Ever wonder what goes into making a supercar a supercar? Top speed? Names like Ferrari or Lamborghini? The price? The pedigree?
Chances are, if you’ve pulled a car or truck out of a barn or a field or got a “steal” of a deal on craigslist, there’s going to be some metal work in your near future.
Today’s muscle cars are something else, from Hellcat engines to Boss 9’s, and the ever popular LS swap, there’s a lot of muscle under the hoods of custom and productio
Stacey takes a trip to the ‘Days Gone By’ Museum located just outside of Nashville. This place is awesome!
The Stunt Double is back and getting some finishing touches on the interior.
There is nothing more comfortable than an old pair of Levi’s, unless it’s an old Jeep.
Sometimes the biggest problems you face on a project are fixing someone else’s fixes! You know what I’m talking about.
Stacey digs into the mysteries of finding a good project vehicle.
There is no better way to wrap up this season of Gearz than to put a wrap on our Search and Rescue Gladiator build. Over 13 episodes, 13 modifications were made to thi
The Cheetah is back from paint! It’s not an illusion… you don’t need to adjust your television set the fastest cat on the planet is back!
It’s no coincidence that when you look at a vehicle you see a face.
Square Body trucks are just about the hottest thing on the restoration market these days and our Stunt Double is no exception!
We’re seeing double in the Gearz Garage! Stunt Double, that is. This amazing square body is coming together!
You never know who you’re going to run in to while they are in the middle of a restoration project.
Everybody knows that painting a project vehicle takes a whole lot of time and money. Follow Stacey as he revives a 40-year old paint job on the barn find Scrambler!
It’s hard to think about hot rods and not have a cool music track fill your mind. Hot guitar solos and spinnin’ tires just seem to go together!
Need to put some wood in your truck bed? Follow along as Stacey lays down the lumber on the custom bed of the Snowcat! Got a Gladiator and want to drop the top and get some fresh air?
This is the show that people have been waiting for, because it’s finally time to take the mighty V8 Interceptor for a rip down the road!
Stacey takes the Search and Rescue Jeep Gladiator one step further by adding some heavy-duty bumpers and winch. Then, he rolls in a classic ’81 Jeep Scrambler and shows what a difference a seat upg
There’s no question that Jeep has made some iconic vehicles in their time. Stacey takes on the legendary Jeep Scrambler and breathes some new life into this barn find!
This show is all about the 73-87 Square body GM trucks as Stacey jumps into final assembly on the Stunt Double.
Come out to Rattletrap Productions, bring your ride, tour the GearZ TV studio and meet Stacey at our next event on September 21, 2019.
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