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'Texas Metal' TV Show Features Unique Cars and Personalities in New Season

Updated: Mar 28, 2023

The popular automotive reality show "Texas Metal" is back for another season, featuring some of the most unique cars and personalities in the Lone Star State.

Photo by Ekstensive Metal Works

The show, which airs on the Velocity Channel, follows the team at Ekstensive Metal Works in Houston as they create custom cars and trucks for clients from around the country. Led by owner Bill Carlton, the crew takes on a variety of projects, from classic cars and hot rods to lifted trucks and custom motorcycles.

In the latest season, viewers can expect to see some of the most impressive builds yet, including a 1957 Chevy Bel Air that has been transformed into a modern-day muscle car and a 1956 Ford F100 that has been turned into a show-stopping dragster.

But it's not just the cars that make the show so entertaining. The personalities of the Ekstensive Metal Works team also shine through, from the laid-back and funny Big Tony to the no-nonsense mechanic Jason.

Fans of the show will also be happy to know that some familiar faces are returning for the new season, including painter Eric "Pig" Stromer and fabricator Rodney "Hollywood" Bingham.

Overall, "Texas Metal" is a must-watch for any car enthusiast, offering a unique look at the custom car culture in the Lone Star State and the talented craftsmen who bring these machines to life.

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