Awesome. Looking forward to new shows. Love the work.
Just watched new Mob Steel on History Channel… New favorite car show on TV.
♡ everything about the first episode, l seen. Clean & upbeat blue-collar attitude. Working man’s shop experience, & great restoration job, on 56 Olds 88. With a personal touch, of appreciation for not only the classic car, but the owner as well. Sticking with the stock engine package, the fact that money was never mentioned, made the deal even sweeter. Great job well done guys, & of course the smart sexy co-owner will keep me tuned in.
Just saw the first episode of Detroit Steel. Great show! I should get you guys to rebuild my El Camino SS.
I love watching your first show and hope to see many more. I am a Detroit Automotive guy and love all of the classics. I have a mostly original 1964 1/2 Mustang with a lot of engine work done to it that I love to show off all summer and would like to attend your open house and meet the crew, Could you please keep my email address and let me know if you are going to attend any shows this summer? I would appreciate it and keep up the good work.
You guys rock! Glad you’re back and love your work. Can’t wait to see what’s in store this year. Thanks!
Hi this is Joe again and I was wondering if you would be interested in putting an air conditioning unit in my 1965 Mustang? I found one that looks good for about $1500. Do you have ruff idea what it would cost to install it? Take care.
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Hey I was just wondering I have a 76 Cadillac El Dorado rag top and it would be awesome to see it all rebuilt and going down the road again. It would be a total rebuild. Any interest, and of corse a rough idea for cost. It would be an awesome episode for your team??
Hi, Thanks for watching Detroit Steel. All build requests should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks
Best show on Tv! The whole crew are great dudes. Plus you can tell Pam runs the show!
I’m from Deeetroit way back when. Grew up going through the junk yards fixing up Detroit iron and worked for Fords for 31 years. Love the show and will be proud to wear the shirt I just ordered. Nice to see you guys doing what you do…
I just watched your first episode on the history channel. I really loved it. I really love seeing old cars and trucks restored to even better condition. What I really loved about the show is there were no cuss words blanked out. Clean language throughout the whole show from your whole crew. Your talk about building wheels in the great USA was awesome too. Please keep it going in future episodes.
Love the show and the style of the Mobsteel builds. Would love to see you guys give AMC some love and do something wild and crazy with any one of their models….
Love the show planning a field trip with the fellows I work with wondering when I could do that I’d like some pictures and a t shirt
Hi Tom, Our Detroit location is currently closed to the public, while we undergo some security upgrades. We hope to have it opened back up by late spring. Check back with us for updates. Our Brighton shop is open, we do not offer shop tours, but we do have a front lobby where you can pick up Mobsteel and Detroit Steel Wheel apparel. Thanks!
Just dropping in to say that it is great to see guys build things the same way I did my whole life….no cash??…well necessity is the mother of invention!!…keep up the great work, as soon as the new shop is up I would love to stop by
Love your show and appreciate the awesome steel art y’all create! You rock and have a new fan in Houston.
Love the show. Its great to have a show just about the build and no side show. Do you know if the show will be picked up for another season?
Love watching your show , great cars hope you make big in Detroit I am retired tool and Diemaker of 35 yrs. I grew up in Detroit , graduated from Osborn high north east side. Have great stories from past. Again wish you good luck ,keep doing good in the city. Living in north Carolina now.
Saw Bronco build for Jeff, which is first episode i caught. I am hooked now & look forward to future episodes. I have purchased parts from Jeff on previous F100/150 trucks, & now have a 78 Bronco to redo, unless you’re interested!!!
Its nice to see a Michigan based auto rebuild show. You guys do a great job and I can tell you guys are a quality group. It’s so nice to be able to watch a car oriented program without bleeping out every other word. Have you noticed the quality auto shows have little to no beeping. I can finally watch a good car show with my grandson without having to change the channel.
Good luck and keep up the good work!!
I have a clean 71 electra 225 two door id like u to look at!
Great show wish i had the funds u guys could redo my 89 gta have had it for21yrs
Great Show! Your folks are building some awesome quality rides with true craftsmanship.
I was a mechanic for 45+ years and very much enjoy the direct approach of the show detailing the work being
done without a bunch of foolishness like dancing, shadow boxing, and funny faces.
(not naming any names) LOL
Best of luck with the new shop and expansion. Thanks for your efforts to inject new life into Detroit.
Your doing your part to Make America Great Again.
Watched the Bronco build, which reminded me that I ordered Ford Galaxy from Wilson Ford in June of 1963. It was to late for a 63′ model so I had to wait for the 64. I picked up at John Wilson’s farm home the day the 64’s were released to the public. Loved that car and the many trips up and down Woodward Ave, not to mention the stop light drag races/
Love the show. Did you ever find the road runner.
Thanks for the kind words. Sadly no, we did not get it back.