NBCSN announced today a new automotive reality series, Mobsteel, which follows a Detroit-based custom car shop that transforms vintage American cars into modern-day street machines. The eight-episode series will debut Sunday, Aug. 16 at 6 p.m. ET, immediately following NBCSN's coverage of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Pure Michigan 400 from Michigan International Speedway. Mobsteel follows founder Adam Genei and his team of custom-car specialists, including his wife Pam Genei, as they restore vehicles ranging from the finest relics of the American automotive boom, to an old International Harvester Loadstar, and much more. Mobsteel is an existing custom-car shop that was founded more than 10 years ago, using vintage parts and Detroit steel to bring these ancient American cars back to life.
Former NFL defensive lineman Albert Haynesworth seeks some custom modifications for his 1972 Ford truck.
Local automotive businessman Tom wants his old school Ford Fastback beefed up and ready to race. But this classic car needs a major overhaul, including a new power-packed engine, some serious suspension, and an eye catching paint job. Will Mobsteel be able deliver their classic style on this monster muscle car?
Mobsteel makes a promise to deliver a classic Continental Coup to their favorite Sunday Sermon Pastor, Kelley Runion. Their challenge: make a beat-down Continental Coupe look like a million bucks... but do it on a dime. Will the team be able to stay true to the Mobsteel style without breaking the bank?