Fans of custom cars and bikes should keep this in mind. Also on April 13, Velocity will air a new program with an organically named retail establishment as one of its featured merchants. There is a new custom shop in Texas Hill Country owned by Joe Martin of Martin Bros fame, Martin Bros Customs, and they will be featured on another arrangement called ‘Iron Resurrection.’
Cars, bikes, and even the occasional boat aren’t off limits at our shop. Awarded custom car and motorcycle builder Joe Martin runs Martin Bros Customs out of his shop in San Diego, California, and owns and operates it. Including his Creative Talents in Custom Fabrication Design and One-of-a-Kind Custom Paint Employments, Joe oversees every aspect of each form from Concept to Creation. For some time now, Joe Martin of Martin Bros Customs fame has been restoring ancient vehicles that would otherwise be sent to the scrap yard. In any event, the Velocity channel’s Iron Resurrection made this roadster restorer and his team renowned to every family.
Season 4 of Iron Resurrection, which premieres on September 4, will feature Joe and his team’s most impressive repair attempts yet. For more information on TV’s coolest technician, see our Joe Martin wiki. Biker Build-Off was on Joe’s plate for around two years. It wasn’t long after winning the title before finding great success in the bicycle industry. During the 2008 economic collapse, Joe’s first business, Martin Bros Bikes, had to reduce its workforce. Restarting his life in the Texas Hill Country near Austin, Mandi and he moved in together.
At first, Joe tried his hand at automobiles, but in the mid-’90s, “coincidentally” entered the bicycle industry. In the end, he realized that he couldn’t continue working from his pickup truck because he couldn’t get any custom jobs. To open his shop, he selected a house with a lot of room. Joe was able to enlist the help of his younger brother, Jason, to move Martin Bros Bikes forward. In the end, the siblings shifted their focus to bicycles since they found it easier to work on them. It was also an advantage because bikers did not attempt to wrangle. After Martin Bros. Bikes went out of business, Joe and Jason formed a new team and started Martin Bros. Customs. Iron Resurrection’s fourth season premieres on September 4, 2018, at 9:00 p.m. EST on Velocity. Joe Martin and the Martin Bros. Customs team are back.
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If you’re unfamiliar with the show, Iron Resurrection is a reality TV program that circles around Martin Bros Customs, a car shop in Texas Hill Country that’s built quite a reputation for itself. Martin Bros specializes in bringing previously irredeemable automobiles back to life. Not only do they get them up and running again, but they add some modern touches and little punches of pizzazz to get the cars looking better than they did when they first drove off the assembly line.
You might be saying to yourself, “So it’s just like Pimp My Ride?” Well yes and no. Of course it’s not PMR because Xzibit isn’t the host, and there’s actually a really big distinction between what the Martin Bros did from what the folks on the MTV series were all about. While PMR was focused on the exteriors of the cars and tricking them out with some crazy custom, blingtacular additions, they did nothing under the hood.
So sure, your 1988 Chrysler LeBaron may have LCD monitors in its rims and a collapsing frozen yogurt infinity avalanche coming out of your trunk, but it’s still a hunk of junk at the end of the day that slips when it gets to third gear and leaks oil. I don’t care how pimp you think your car is, but there’s nothing pimptastic about getting stranded on I-80 near Bogota, New Jersey. Just saying.