Latest Music City Trucks Episodes
The frame work for our 1985 Chevy K-10 is being blasted and painted.
Faux Guy K-10 Square Body Chassis Refresh
Season 3, Episode 3
Our 1985 Chevy K-10 square body gets stripped, sanded and primed. Then we add a two-tone paint job.
Faux Guy K-10 Square Body Two-Tone Paint
Season 3, Episode 2
The transformation continues on this clean '85 K-10 square body.
Faux Guy K-10 Square Body Chassis Teardown
Season 3, Episode 1
We show you all the trucks, from late models to classics, including BIGFOOT, and a drifting exhibition, that are on display to the public at the first annual Power Nationals event in Nashville.
Power Nationals Trucks
Season 2, Episode 20
We revisit the F150 Dream Truck and find out what bolt on upgrades actually do to your horsepower.
How Much Power Can Bolt On Upgrades Add To a F-150 Sport Truck?
Season 2, Episode 19
We lay out our plan to rebuild our 1985 Chevy K-10.
Diving Deep Into The Tear Down Of The Faux Guy Square Body
Season 2, Episode 18
Music City Trucks Season 1 Episodes
In the series launch we take a 1991 Chevy Suburban and transform it into ‘Project Unbreakable.’ We test the Suburban at on off-road track, then return to the studio to tear it down to the frame, create a full build-plan, get the engine work underway, and begin fabrication.
Can We Make This Stock '91 Suburban Unbreakable?
Season 1, Episode 1
It’s fabrication time on our Chevy Suburban we’re calling “Unbreakable”, and with the help of Jeremy and Jimmy from Carcass the guys build an off-road-ready frame that’s out of this world.
Tearing Down and Rebuilding a Kingpin Dana 60 Axle
Season 1, Episode 2
The guys visit DBR Performance and their first chance ever to drive a Jeep TrackHawk, which inspires a plan of their own…to turn an old Wagoneer into a screaming street monster.
Putting TrackHawk Power Into A 1986 Jeep Wagoneer
Season 1, Episode 3
Our Jeep TrashHawk gets the upgraded axles, brakes, and suspension it will need to handle 707 horses, and become a ride like its never been before.
Upgrading The '86 Wagoneer Suspension to Handle 785 Horsepower
Season 1, Episode 4
Our GMC “Unbreakable” Suburban gets its new suspension along with a good sanding and paint job to help get it ready for the real world.
Toughening Up The '91 Suburban With New Axles And A 4-Link Coilover Kit
Season 1, Episode 5
Our “Unbreakable” Suburban gets its engine and transmission, fuel system, 4-link suspension, front clip and hood all installed and ready to go.
Final Install: '91 Suburban Gets Its 383 Stroker And 4-Link Suspension
Season 1, Episode 6
We rescue a 1964 Ford F350 flatbed that hasn’t run in 5 years. If we can get it started in the field we’ll haul it back to the shop to make it safe and driveable again. It might even become our new shop truck!
Bringing A 1964 Ford F350 Flatbed Back From The Dead
Season 1, Episode 7
Our Unbreakable Chevy Suburban makes its final preparations for payoff with completion of the engine bay, drivetrain, exhaust, and interior.
The '91 Suburban Gets A Triple Stick Shifter
Season 1, Episode 8
We kick off an exciting new build! We’ll drive, teardown, and media blast a 1974 Bronco to uncover what lies beneath 40+ years of abuse.
Tearing Down A 1974 Bronco
Season 1, Episode 9
With the help of some master craftsmen, the guys start building a Bronco from the ground up, one that will cruise the beach, scream down the interstate, and everything in between.
Building 1974 Bronco From The Ground Up
Season 1, Episode 10
The guys put Project Unbreakable, our ’91 Chevy Suburban, to the test at Adventure Off Road Park! From trails to mud we’ll see it all! Plus, we’re off to a viewer’s house to rescue the interior of her 1966 Chevy C10.
The Unbreakable Suburban is Going Off Road
Season 1, Episode 11
After completing final work on our TrackHawk inspired 1986 Jeep Wagoneer we call TrashHawk, it’s time for some high performance fun at the National Corvette Museum Motorsports Park track.
Jeep Wagoneer Transformed: “TrashHawk” Hits The Track
Season 1, Episode 12
Our ’74 Bronco build is getting a suspension overhaul plus new axles, brakes, wheels and tires! And John Kramen from Mecum Auctions stops by to check on the progress.
First Gen Bronco Gets a Modern Suspension
Season 1, Episode 13
It’s time to mock everything in place in our 1974 Bronco. We’ll also have the frame blasted and powder coated, the body in epoxy, and assembled to the frame.
Mocking Up a New 1974 Bronco
Season 1, Episode 14
We welcome legendary custom car builder Chris Ryan and his team to help with our 1974 Bronco. We give it a professional paint job that will completely transform this build.
The Beach Cruiser Bronco Gets Its Colors
Season 1, Episode 15
It’s final assembly for our 1974 Bronco. We’ll install a Coyote engine, rollbar, and bedliner, plus a super smooth cut and buff on the new paint job.
Adding Coyote Power to a Rebuilt Bronco
Season 1, Episode 16
We wrap up the assembly of our Bronco as it gets a fuel system, exhaust, brakes, trim, gauges, and new air conditioning.
’74 Bronco Chills with Aftermarket Air Conditioning
Season 1, Episode 17
Today we finish the final assembly of our 1974 Beach Cruiser Bronco with the installation of the interior.
1974 Beach Cruiser Bronco Is Ready To Roll
Season 1, Episode 18
Come along as we take a massive ‘91 GMC Suburban square body and turn it into a lifted off-road beast in this complete build from suspension and drivetrain, to some crazy big tires, to a trail-test adventure!
Our Square Body Suburban is Transformed from Tame to Off-Road Beast
Season 1, Episode 19
This is a non-stop, complete thrash as we turn a 1986 Jeep Wagoneer into a 700+ horsepower, two-wheel drive monster and put it to the test at the National Corvette Museum Motorsports Park.
700 Horsepower '86 Jeep Wagoneer Monster Hits the Track
Season 1, Episode 20
We take one of the most sought after vehicles - a true old-school ’74 Ford Bronco, and strip it down to the chassis to bring it back to life, ultimately deciding on building it back up to an actual all-new dream machine…piece by piece.
Building a Dream '74 Bronco From the Ground Up
Season 1, Episode 21
Music City Trucks Builds
With all the hype surrounding the Bronco’s revival by Ford, Music City Trucks felt it was the ideal time to honor its heritage by building a classic of their own. With Sea Foam as a sponsor, the 1974 Bronco will undergo extensive upgrades to restore the truck and take a modern approach on a classic rig.
Beach Cruiser Bronco
Music City Trucks wanted to turn it up a notch after their debut of Unbreakable and build a powerful SUV that, simply put, goes really fast. With the Jeep Trackhawk as their inspiration, the project called for a Jeep with a supercharged V8 that pumped out at least 707 horsepower. It also needed some heavy-duty brakes to stop it all. Thus, the TrashHawk idea was conceived.
What’s more exciting than an instant classic? Music City Trucks knew they needed to hit the ground running, and they decided to do this by building a classic 1991 GMC Suburban they named Unbreakable. They chose this truck for a few reasons, one being the last of the classic square body style, and another because it’s the biggest SUV of its era. The Suburban is a prime example of a beginner off-road rig where parts are readily available at a reasonable price.