From his Classic Car Studio in St. Louis, Missouri, young automotive prodigy Noah Alexander and his team create custom vehicles that are designed for the open road. Whether it’s for participating in cross country rally races, going 200 miles-per-hour at the legendary Texas Mile or racing their old Challenger against a newer model, these babies are built for speed. In Velocity’s original new series Speed is the New Black, viewers get an inside look at the intricate builds coming out of Noah’s shop — from redesigned classic cars such as a 1962 Corvette to a 1990 Porsche 911 and everything in between.
Noah and his Classic Car Studio crew service clients all across the globe, customizing them to fit their client’s physical size, lifestyle, environment, driving style and goals. In the new series, viewers will see Noah and his crew attack any daunting task at hand, including adding a 1200 horse power supercharger to a 1969 Chevelle, or installing an aviation-themed interior with metal bomber seats to a Viper-powered 1962 Chrysler 300.
Noah shares with Ric some of the wildest custom pieces he’s ever built, some of his all-time favorite redesigns, and what viewers can expect from the new series Speed is the New Black.