Chop Cut Rebuild - "The Series" is one of Cable's Most Watched Automotive TV Shows and is Back on Speed Channel for a 2nd Season Starting February 27, 2005 @ 11pm EST/8pm PST

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Combine five new project vehicles with five new shops and one SEMA show. What do you get? The 2nd season of “Chop Cut Rebuild” the Series on Speed Channel.

The hit show "Chop Cut Rebuild" is back for a second season on Speed Channel - premiering Sunday February 27th at 11pm EST, 8pm PST.

Shot in Southern California "Chop Cut Rebuild" features five new project vehicles, five new shops and extreme building that defies gravity and redefines the word "customizing". The 26 episode documentary-style series has visually switched it up again with a new style, and new music but still taking its car-passionate viewers into the heart of each build. With only seven months to make it to the SEMA show in Las Vegas can each build get there in time?

"Chop Cut Rebuild" offers the real deal with real projects, real technicians, real secrets and real dead lines.

In only its first season, "Chop Cut Rebuild" is one of cable's most watched automotive shows.

Frank Sicoli, Executive Producer says, "I'm very excited about the second season of CCR. Getting into the builds as apposed to seeing a quick reveal sets our show apart from other popular makeover automotive shows. It may take longer but we do not leave our viewers wondering how it was done and we do not hide the challenges that come up with every build. We show them all step by step". Every episode of "Chop Cut Rebuild" follows a new element in the systematic journey of five unique vehicles. Starting out as junk and restored to show room beauties that turn the automotive world upside down - one phase at a time. "Chop Cut Rebuild" continues to show the real side of car building in its second season with some of the most desirable automobiles imaginable. Everything from a classic 56' Chevy to a high performance 911 Porsche are ripped apart, chopped, cut, and rebuilt on camera. In addition, we do not hold back on the obstacles we deliver them and the cars.

Produced by Frank Sicoli, he continues to create programs for all levels of automotive enthusiast. Furthermore, Mr. Sicoli shows no signs of stopping, with the second season of “Chop Cut Rebuild” the Series premiering this February; new programs are on the horizon including "Street Tuner Challenge" which Mr. Sicoli created and begins airing July 2005.

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