The Season Two Series Finale Introduces the Award-Winning “Copper Caddy” December 1st at 9 PM ET/PT on Velocity
Some great artists work with oil on canvas, others with clay, but for Dave Kindig, iron and chrome are the tools of his creative self-expression and he is an artist at the top of his automotive design craft. From his sprawling 27,000 square foot custom fabrication shop in Salt Lake City, UT, Dave and his team use cars as their canvases to create extraordinary works of art for serious car lovers nationwide.
Bitchin’ Rides — the highest rated series on Velocity — concludes its second season in which Dave and his team rendered, designed, and built some of the world’s most spectacular, unique vehicles. In the two-part season finale airing Dec. 1, Dave meets a client intent on transforming his 1960 Cadillac into a copper hot rod. After a year and a half of metal grinding, panel matching and a whole lot of copper, Dave introduces the “Copper Caddy,” which would go on to win multiple automotive awards.