This episode originally aired Jan. 24, 2006. This time Chip Foose and his team took on two overhauls for an employee of NAPA Auto Parts. In addition to her ’67 El Camino, they also Overhauled her NAPA 2003 Chevy S-10 pickup.

OVERHAULIN' (61)BChip Foose working on the truck

Mike was brought in to add some heat to the paint job in the form of True Fire.


The truck got a classic True Fire streak off of each of the wheel wells.


Nothing is safe from the airbrush on these projects. Even this oversized NAPA hat gets touched by flames.


In the end, it is probably safe to say that this is the hottest “delivery truck” at NAPA

the completed project-B

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