Since the dawn of mankind, or about a score ago. Many have pondered and questioned who is Delmo? What is a Delmo? How did that lovable, scruffy Canuck get his start? Where did he come up with his classic style and inspirations for trucks? And of course, what is his favorite food to eat off of a truck tailgate? We often wondered the same, so we decided to follow Del around as he builds and cruises.
One truck owner believes his classic Chevy is lost to thieves but Frank and Jeremy of Ikandy & Tre5 Customs complete the build in mere months to deliver the redone truck for a birthday surprise. Join their hunt for ghosts and maybe even see The Thing!
It is only a couple months before the SEMA show, and Jeremy Rice of Tre5 Customs has to juggle building a C-10, Cadillac and lifted Chevrolet for the big show. Will it be a last minute crunch, or will Jeremy and his team have plenty of time for Mexican food, golfing and shenanigans?
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Del is a good "predictable" builder so most would assume this docudrama is going to show him actually building a project from start to finish. Well it doesn't quite do that. It earns three stars because it breaks away from Del being so predictable but the content of the episodes isn't that great. Maybe he'll add a third installment and it will be better but the first two are just basically following him around to some parties and gatherings to reveal and take a look at a few trucks. He built one truck in his style and the shots of the build were very rare and vague. This could have been way more than what it turned out to be.
Reviewed in the United States on November 15, 2016
If guys with major tattoos who know how to do burnouts are your game then this is for you. The cars should be the stars but I found this mostly just another boring imitation of phony reality car/biker shows.
Had a lot of potential to be a really good show but all it is is basically interviews and the main guy telling stories. They don't show enough of the vehicles, they would talk about a vehicle but not show what they're talking about. For about me example, the host or main guy complimented someone about the brake lines on their truck but they never showed what he was talking about.
I don't mind the interviews but why not play videos of the vehicles at various angles while the person being interviewed talks or actually show what they're talking about.
I'm mad at myself for wasting time watching it hoping it would get better the next episode.
Reviewed in the United States on September 27, 2017
Have really enjoyed watching a few episodes of this show. Think these guys are absolutely killing it on the soundtrack that accompanies the show too. Read a lot of reviews by people complaining that they don't show the vehicles enough but to me this show represents the builds and the people involved in the builds. As a person who has done a lot of work on cars I feel I am able to relate to that process well and think the builders are interesting people.
Reviewed in the United States on September 4, 2017
You have these click bait thumb nails for the episodes and its just some Canadian dude talking about a bunch of bs. Show me the trucks bro. Show me what you do. I don't want to hear about it I want to see. Side note: Who the hell was in charge of the audio? Fire him.
Reviewed in the United States on December 23, 2016
I couldn't watch the entire show. I almost shut it off when they showed closeups of pancakes being shoved in pie holes at some diner, talking about ants. OMG you can go to any car show and talk to the mechanics and car owners and get 10 times more info and meet more colorful characters. I'm sure these are all great dads and all deserve a coffee mug that says Best Dad in the World. But I want my $2 back.