Dave Kindig, owner and operator of Kindig-It Design, turns out unique vehicles for his demanding clientele. From rendering and design to building and restoring, viewers see vehicles being made from the ground up before being revealed to the car's owner.
In season eight, Dave Kindig and his crew in his Salt Lake City shop builds and restores classic vehicles.
Of all the different versions of the VW Bug, there is one that stands out among the rest - the Hebmueller. There are thought to be only about 200 of them left.
The VW Bug build continues, and the challenge is to keep what makes the car a Hebmueller intact, while taking bold steps to turn it into a hot rod.
Normally when Kindig-It Design attends a car show, their cars are the ones being judged. This time around, Dave and Kev select the top 10 builders at a show.
Dave takes on a restoration for clients celebrating their 25th anniversary. They’ve owned the car since they got married, so he adds custom pieces.
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Dave has done double-cab VWs, Bugs, and Karmann Ghias, but now he is taking on something completely different - and even more rare.
The crew matches the two-tone paint job on the '53 Barn Door Deluxe build. They add a custom trim, a new, more powerful engine, 22 windows and a custom interior.
Dave and the crew proved they could execute Dave's production Corvette vision. But now that some have sold, they have to get them completely finished.
Dave and the team put the finishing touches on the first-ever Kindig CF Corvettes. But the clients argue about who will get the first one.
Dave and Kevin make their return to the SEMA show after a year away. They have an ambitious plan of bringing 10 new builds to Las Vegas.
Dave Kindig turns out one-of-a-kind vehicles for his demanding clientele. He works on all types and periods of cars to restore them from the ground up.
A 1970s Pantera is already an iconic sportscar, but once Dave gets his hands on it, the style will never be the same.
The whole team agrees that the body mods are just right, but now the crew must make it a reality.
One of Dave's other clients is a Beatles fanatic, and he challenges Dave to paint his modern Rolls-Royce to match a car John Lennon commissioned in the late '60s.
The Bitchin' Pantera is just about done -- paint, assembly and upholstery sound easy, but nothing is simple with this project.