vehicle in time for the SEMA Show since Dan would be playing this aspect up throughout the series. A no-show would be embarrassing for everyone involved.
Dan and I had our first production meeting with Mike and Laurent in early March to discuss the build schedule for the GS. Chop Cut Rebuild is structured as 13 half-hour episodes. Within each episode are four segments profiling two vehicle builds, for a total of 26 segments per build (the other build would be a 1969 Dodge Hemi Charger).
Ideally, each segment covers a separate step in the restoration or modification of the vehicle. In other words, we break down a vehicle build into 25 steps, with the final segment being reserved for the season finale.
This season, the finale would be a special SEMA segment featuring the unveiling of the resto-modified vehicles, as well as a head-to-head race between the GS and the Charger on the set of the television show Pinks All Out.
We quickly realized that documenting the GS would likely pose a second challenge: How much entertainment can we extract from the build of a fiberglass vehicle?
Designing a vehicle out of fiberglass is a laborious and painstaking process that does not make for exciting television once the viewer
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