Gear Dogs: Should You Watch Discovery’s New Show?

You might ask the Discovery Channel, “Why another hot rod show?” With custom cars, crew interactions, and lots of drama, it seems like we’ve seen and heard it all before. What’s different about the network’s new show Gear Dogs and is it really worth tuning in for? Our resounding answer is yes, and we’ll tell you exactly why.

First off, let’s look at location. When we say that every car shop is different, we mean that it’s really different. Looking at Kansas-based Kultured Customs, we can’t prove our point any better. Run by Nate Boyer, a character all on his own, Kultured is all about the Kansas car community. Boyer is also all about higher-end custom builds. We’re talking about they six-figure-type higher end. Their company typically works on cars built before 1980. This includes classic racecars from the 50s and 70s. Kultured Customs is also tied to The Doghouse, a community garage that serves as some type of a car aficionado’s clubhouse. It’s essentially a car restoration co-op. If that isn’t interesting enough, we don’t know what else is.

Boyer can probably carry the show all on his own with his cool bearded look and a car history that’s just fascinating. Boyer bought his very first car when he was only 13 years old. A 1959 Volkswagen Beetle, Boyer paid $1,000 out of his savings to buy the classic. His goal was simple: to restore the car, and he did with the help of family, neighbors, and businesses in the area (which probably also gave him the idea for the co-op). The result was a success. The Beetle was transformed into something that not only Boyer was proud of but the rest of the community as well.

Since then, Boyer has been transforming and building custom cars to no end. He was only 21 when he launched Kultured Customs, and now at 29, he’s got a TV show to go along with it. When asked about doing the show, Boyer had no hesitation whatsoever. He wanted to bring his art to millions of viewers worldwide. He took it as an opportunity to show everyone what his company is truly capable of doing. It might’ve been easier for Boyer to do since he’s not a stranger to cameras. He’s been featured on MavTV, as he customized a 1972 Chevy K10.

With everything mentioned, the biggest draw for us is The Doghouse. The idea for a community garage is just awesome, and we’re looking forward to seeing plenty of characters to entertain us along the way. Who knows? Maybe we’re sitting on an interest in customizing cars ourselves. While that may be so, there’s really no need for us to rent a weekend space to build our dream car. People like Boyer are just born to do these things, and who dare we to interrupt such a creative process.

You can watch Boyer and his team of dogs on Gear Dogs, playing every Monday at 10:00 pm ET on the Discovery Channel.

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