Car builder Adam Genei restores classic cars at Mobsteel in the Motor City.The "Detroit Wheels" series is a rebranded version of "Mobsteel," which ran on NBCSN, the NBC Sports network, in 2015. For its current eight-episode run, the newly titled show filmed for more than six months starting in July 2016.
Adam and the guys restore a 1956 Rocket 88 for a former Oldsmobile employee. There’s a new welder in the Mobsteel crew after Adam goes robot shopping.
Adam’s restores a 1967 Oldsmobile 98 for his frat brother on a tight budget. Ron gets the challenge of a lifetime when he’s asked to paint a 100-year-old Bi-Autogo.
The Mobsteel crew teaches Adam's teenage son how to purchase and restore a 1974 Dodge W100; the guys look for a fire pole to install in their new Detroit shop.
The Mobsteel crew stumbles upon a 1974 Plymouth Road Runner, which is the perfect car for their new showroom, but work turns to play when they decide to make it a dragster; Ron's mother swings by with a new job for her son.
The crew members' newest build is a 1979 Ford Bronco, but their client is going to be tough to impress; Adam and the gang team up with the Michigan State Police to create a hot new set of wheels; Doug gets a big surprise at the new shop.
Adam’s bought himself a little more time on the 1979 Ford Bronco – but pleasing a Bronco expert’s not going to be easy. As Mobsteel prepares to move into their new Detroit shop, Pam’s got a big surprise for Adam.
Adam's friend swings by with a 1958 Mercury Turnpike Cruiser, and Adam will have to do whatever it takes to fix up this rare treasure and keep a loyal client happy; Mobsteel strikes a deal with the Detroit People Mover.