New Series Follows Detroit-Based Custom Car Shop That Transforms Vintage American Cars into Modern-Day Street Machines
Sunday’s Series Premiere Features 1953 Packard and Detroit’s Iconic Packard Automotive Plant
Mobsteel Debuts Sunday on NBCSN Immediately Following NASCAR Sprint Cup Racing from Michigan
New Episodes Air Wednesdays at 10 p.m. ET on NBCSN
STAMFORD, Conn. – Aug. 11, 2015 – In five days, NBCSN will present the series premiere of Mobsteel, the new automotive reality series which follows a Detroit-based custom car shop that transforms vintage American cars into modern-day street machines. The show debuts this Sunday, Aug. 16, at 6 p.m. ET, immediately following NBCSN’s coverage of NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Racing from Michigan International Speedway.
Mobsteel follows founder Adam Genei and his team of custom-car specialists, including his wife Pam Genei, as they restore vehicles ranging from the finest relics of the American automotive boom, to an old International Harvester Loadstar, and much more. Mobsteel is an existing custom-car shop that was founded more than 10 years ago, using vintage parts and Detroit steel to bring these ancient American cars back to life.
Sunday’s series premiere focuses on the restoration of a 1953 Packard, a car that was “reserved for the elite of the elite.” It includes a trip to the old Packard Automotive Plant to search for vintage parts, as well as a meeting with Allan Hill, the custodian of the plant for more than nine years.
New episodes will air Wednesdays at 10 p.m. ET on NBCSN following Sunday’s series premiere, with encore presentations of the prior week’s episode airing Wednesdays at 9 p.m. ET. Next Wednesday’s episode focuses on a 1963 Lincoln Continental that the team works to restore for a Detroit-area second-generation pipefitter who’s looking for the Mobsteel car of his dreams. Click here to see a preview of what’s coming up this season on Mobsteel.
In addition to Adam and Pam Genei, the Mobsteel team is comprised of Steve “Steve-O” Ryan (The Right Hand Man), Doug “Wheatbread” Hanes (The Builder), and Ron Coan (The Painter). Mobsteel is produced by Hoff Productions. Michael Hoff and Adam Moyer are executive producers.
Mobsteel complements NBC Sports Group’s robust catalogue of motorsports properties that exceeds 1,400 programming hours in 2015, including NASCAR, IndyCar, Formula One, Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship, Red Bull Global RallyCross and Mecum Auctions.
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