A&E presents the new original real-life series “Shipping Wars,” which follows six independent shippers who have discovered that fortunes can be made transporting items that traditional carriers won’t touch.
Bitchin' Rides Returning Series [
Automobiles/VehiclesHow To/Do It Yourself
] - usually airs on Tuesday on VELOCITY
Dave Kindig, owner and operator of Kindig-It Design in Salt Lake City, Utah turns out one-of-a-kind vehicles for his demanding (and sometimes famous) clientele. In Velocity's "BITCHIN' RIDES", viewers ...
For the Love of Cars New Series [
] - usually airs on Sunday on Channel 4
Automobile fanatic Philip Glenister and internationally renowned automobile designer Ant Anstead are on a mission - to scour the barns and lock ups of Britain for wrecked treasures to bring to life.
With Todd and Tamera at the helm, Gumby's trip to a 60 year celebration ends up looking more like a funeral, while a load of vegetables under Jenn's care come out looking like they went through a salad shooter.
Dusty connects with his inner nerd after booking Star Wars memorabilia along with a massive Kung Fu Panda statue, while Samko nearly gets stuck in the past when she's set to haul a famous Pioneer bus that's seen better days, like when it was made 87 years ago.
After winning a fire-breathing Disco Robot bound for a music festival, Chris Kikelhan soon grows nostalgic for the days of easier runs after he struggles to get it all to fit at the pick up, meanwhile with his Fiberglass castle load, Dusty gets a taste of royalty when the client has some peculiar demands.
Jenn's love for animals takes a mauling when she attempts to tame a run that includes six massive Bengal tigers, meanwhile Marc get's creative with a pick up truck and trailer when he can't deliver his rig load of mythological figures into a residential neighborhood.
Todd and Tamera take on some Monsters in a move that proves to be anything but cinematic. Meanwhile Dusty picks up some travelling companions of the strong, silent type. Can any of the transporters make it to their destinations with their sanity intact?
Jessica finds herself asking a lot of questions after she agrees to transport a seller's loved one named Bruce. Dusty hits the road with a giant cow skull that leaves him crawling through the desert heat.
Jenn gets an earful when her pricey load of prayer gongs almost misses their uptight buyer, but when Jarrett's load is delayed by a day he ends up catching hell and a few catcalls handling a side call on the Vegas strip. (Screencap by tvrage.com)
After Jenn attempts to drive a decked-out armoured, assault vehicle to its buyer, the ride turns out to be a little more than she bargained for. Marc faces a wall of storms as he attempts to deliver the daredevil motorcycle ride --
Wall of Death. (Screencap by tvrage.com)
Fate brings Roy back to Austin, Texas--this time to haul a very big (and very odd) sculpture from a peace-loving art collective. Up north, Jarrett brings along his uncle to help move a flight simulator. But will a side load and extra family baggage prove to be more than he bargained for?
Jennifer takes on a cross-country load of live bugs that require a little more love and attention than she might be willing to give. Marc takes on his daughter as an apprentice, and the two work through their issues as they move a number of Volkswagen buses. (Screencap by tvrage.com)
After challenging Chris that girls can do anything a guy can, Robbie takes over a very macho shipment--and Chris worries their profits might go down for the count. Jennifer moves a load of pricey mannequins through the heartland, and picks up an interesting travelling companion along way.
Jarrett's brush with Rock n' Roll fame takes a turn for the worse when he scrambles to deliver their chicken car on time. Meanwhile, Roy runs into trouble when he discovers a shipment is too rotted to load properly ...and that's when things really start to fall apart. (Screencap by tvrage.com)
Roy lands a wild load of giant, murderous Animatronic Hillbillies, and he almost turns into one himself when he has to deal with the crazy cat lady involved with his side load of cat caskets. Jennifer transports an antique Honda.
Marc's buddy, Johnny Chavez finally wins a load, but his day in the sun will be overshadowed when Marc pranks his run. Jennifer hauls a cold, creepy, mysterious load... and that's just the seller, who joins her to ensure the oddity he's shipping makes it to its destination before it unthaws. (Screencap by tvrage.com)
Chris and Robbie book an easy one day run North of Nashville, but when a bride-to-be insists on coming along, things go just south of hell from there. Jarrett books a load that Roy will take for the second half of the run... if they can find each other. (Screencap by tvrage.com)
Marc's on the sidelines with big rig repairs until his buddy joins in the bidding ... but everyone else gets the last laugh when he's forced to rent a box truck. Chris transports a boat by sea, while Robbie drives by land to the drop off, but things get tense when Chris' cute shipmates seem too distracting. (Screencap by tvrage.com)
After almost losing his load, Roy's forced to ask Jennifer for help, but gets more than he bargained for when her favor turns into etiquette lessons. Jarrett finally gets a new rig, but this maiden voyage might be his last when he hauls some volatile flamethrowers. (Screencap by tvrage.com)
Roy, the Handyman, busts out some serious loading skills for a dining table made from a 57 Chevy and a huge, vintage penny arcade sign. Chris and Robbie pull their heaviest load to date--a giant, ominous-looking, nuclear missile.
Jarrett fails to impress his customer with his packaging skills of a life size Rock em Sock em Robots game and then nabs a hot rod casket to make some extra cash. Jennifer races against the clock to ship a pregnant horse overnight before it overheats and loses the baby.
Roy cracks a smile during a ride on a submersible boat he ships, but the grin turns to a grimace when the boat threatens to blow-up his trailer en route. Jennifer books her favorite shipment ever, a set of large window displays going to a candy store in Hollywood. But when the situation gets sticky, she has to book another load to help her fellow man.
Chris and Robbie play Robin Hood when delivering some faulty children's toys back to the manufacturer. Roy shows off his daredevil skills and then must fight through a knee injury to deliver a cumbersome, human sized wooden hamster wheel.
Jennifer has two days to get a six-layer wedding cake to a reception completely intact. After picking up a Bozo the Clown arcade game, she books it to get to the wedding in time, but when she arrives, the pastry chefs do not like what they see. Marc wins a bid to ship a super sized vintage bus and attempts to keep it from inching off the trailer en route. Precariously affixed atop the extra long trailer, Marc finds himself in a pickle with a stop at the DOT inspection station. (Screencap by tvrage.com)
Chris and Robbie haul an enormous spider to an amusement park with a strict delivery schedule. The precariously positioned arachnid requires reinforcements to ensure its safety, putting the young couple to work. Roy moves the largest cargo of his career with a 42-foot water tower. Upon his arrival, however, Roy finds his plan for loading won t work and he must improvise. (Screencap by tvrage.com)
Jennifer troubleshoots the biggest load of her career - a Mini Max Airplane - that tests her patience. Marc doesn't have a minute to spare or he'll suffer huge consequences with this high dollar load. (Screencap by tvrage.com)
Roy shows his softer side by offering to deliver a coin-operated ride to a boy who just lost his father. Chris and Robbie run into some legal troubles when they are pulled over in Arizona. (Screencap by tvrage.com)
Big Rig driver, Marc Springer, gets more than he bargained for when he comes toe to toe with an irate customer. Rookie Jarrett manages to barely pass a customer inspection after delivering two unique sculptures to a museum. (Screencap by tvrage.com)
Chris and Robbie transport two pieces of music history owned by The King himself. With a load that is slowing him down, Jarrett races against the clock to get to a restaurant opening in time. (Screencap by tvrage.com)
Handyman Roy gets in a heap of trouble after he saws a giant Willie Mays sculpture in half while Cowgirl Jennifer deals with a sobbing customer who is sad to see his prized possession go. (Screencap by tvrage.com)
Roy lands the shipment of his dreams when he gets to haul some large one-of-a-kind props from his favorite sci-fi movie. But when he is cut-off by another trucker on the highway, he's afraid it may have damaged these priceless movie artifacts. Jennifer outbids fellow rookie, Jarrett, for a shipment of 20 peacocks headed to Arizona. With the exotic birds confined to small boxes for transport, she must cover nearly two thousand miles in three days, otherwise Jennifer risks killing the fowl from the stress of traveling. (Screencap by tvrage.com)
Marc is headed to Mexico when he wins an auction to ship a $100,000 Baja 1000 Trophy Truck. Leaving from Colorado, Marc must protect his precious cargo, and make sure it arrives without delay in time for the start of the famous race. But when he gets lost on the small back roads in Tijuana, Marc must get resourceful or risk putting the race team, and his carerr, in last place. Scott and Susie take their boat hauling knowledge to a whole new level when they transport a wooden pirate ship across the southwest. But as they put the miles behind them, the fragile pirate ship gets more and more difficult to keep tied down. (Screencap by tvrage.com)
Jennifer encounters unforeseen difficulties while hauling two bulls; Marc transports a delicate test aircraft and accidentally leaves some parts behind when he switches trailers. (Screencap by tvrage.com)
When shipments hit the auction block, the Bawcoms score a shipment for a 35 foot freshwater boat while Roy gets stuck transporting an old English phone booth after he tries to teach Jarrett a lesson. But when the Bawcoms try to double their earnings by taking on a second large boat, they may sink the entire shipment. Roy finds his load is twice as heavy as listed, but when he's shut down by mall security, will he even get the chance to load it up on his trailer? (Screencap by tvrage.com)
The transporters compete for some unique shipments going cross-country as a 4,000 lbs., 22-foot steel horse and an oversized 7-foot-long Venus Flytrap come up for bid. Roy Garber and Jarrett Joyce are the big winners of the transports, respectively, but there's no time to celebrate when they both realize they may have bitten off more than they can chew. If the steel horse doesn't arrive on time, Roy will lose half his pay. Meanwhile, the Venus Flytrap is on a deadline for the opening night of the Little Shop of Horrors premiere. If Jarrett doesn't deliver the oversized prop on time, then the show doesn't happen. The stakes are high as they race to make sure their loads arrive intact and on time. One mistake and these loads could be their last. (Screencap by tvrage.com)
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