Sweet Rods. A New Kind of Custom Hot Rod Show.
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Cable Network Buzz; The Sweet Hotrods show is quickly becoming network televisions must see cable TV show coming this spring. The show's host Sweets brings viewers along as he searches the country looking for hopeless and or deserted "old School" automobiles, (also known as barn fines) which he restores back to life, with his own distinctive twist.  The relationships he develops with many of these car owners gives a glimpse of the attachment people have with their cars no matter what the age or condition it may be in.

During this very entertaining and informative 1/2-hour hotrod restoration show, sweets teaches viewers his unique grassroots car building techniques once used back in the early days of hot rodding. Sweets amazing fabrication skills become very apparent during the shows first few episodes as he restores to life a 1965 Mustang as well as a 1941 Chevrolet coupe.

Sweets old school car building fabrication skills were honed as a teenager while building getaway cars for the infamous underground Bootleggers referred to as, "Dim Old Shine Boys" while Running White Lightning throughout southern Maryland and Virginia. Reverting back to his southern racing roots sweets found illegal Street Racing and Moonshine Running to be a great catalyst for his creative inventions, building true American Hotrods.