Videos

  • New Magnaflow Exhaust in the Dually Truck

    This week, Harmon and Matt take on the project of replacing the exhaust in the dually truck with a new system from our amazing sponsors, Magnaflow. Magnaflow.com

  • Welding, Sanding, Grinding, and Leveling

    A lot happened last week at Rebuilding Generations. Jeremy and Hatcher adjusted the bumper on the Camaro to make it level (and, as Hatcher learned, aesthetically pleasing). Kevin worked with Quinn and Hatcher on sanding the underside frame of one of the Camaros in preparation for it’s display at SEMA, and Levi and Ian update […]

  • Changing oil and installing a brush guard

    Halen learns about changing oil and other fluids on a suburban, while Matt, Sam, and Kevin install a brush guard onto Matt’s truck.

  • Goodbye to Sarge

    We say goodbye to Sarge, our 1965 Mustang Fastback, and get it ready to go back to it’s owner.

  • Jeep Work at Buck’s 4×4

    Rebuilding Generations visits Buck’s 4×4 in Boise to help them on their build for the Easter Jeep Safari event in Moab, Utah.  

  • Pressure washing the Z28 Camaro and troubleshooting the Mustang

    Ian supervises Hatcher and Harmon pressure washing the Z28 Camaro, while Joe works on replacing the shifter in his Saleen, and the rest of the crew tries to figure out the source of some weird noises the Mustang has been making.

  • New Teardown Table

    One of our mentors, Gene, donated a teardown table. Hatcher and Matt work on assembling it.  

  • Assembling an Innovative Tools Rack

    Greg and his son unbox and assemble a rack from Innovative Tools. https://www.innovativetools.com/

  • Repairing the Power Steering System on the 1965 Mustang Fastback

    Matt and Halen work with Gene to fix some leaks in the power steering system.

  • 1968 Camaro Project

    Hatcher gives an update on the 1968 Camaro project.

  • Hatcher uses the mill

    Ian teaches Hatcher how to use his Bridgeport mill.  

  • Interview with Innovative Tools

    Bryan from Innovative Tools talks to us about their products and the importance of youth in the automotive industry. http://www.innovativetools.com/

  • Interview with Stacey David

    Talking with Stacy David at SEMA 2016. http://www.staceydavid.com/

  • SEMA Week

    We had a great time at SEMA this year unveiling our 1965 Mustang Fastback!

  • Boy Scouts visit Rebuilding Generations

    We have some special guests this week: Boy Scout troupe 26, from Eagle, ID. We had a great time with these young men, getting to know them, talking to them about our program, and even letting them do some work on the car. We only have 10 days to get the 1965 Mustang Fastback done […]

  • Wiring in the 1965 Mustang Fastback

    Ian talks about some of the recent work and challenges on the 1965 Mustang Fastback, and explains the plan for wiring the car.

  • Status Update on the 1965 Mustang Fastback

    Ian explains where the 1965 Mustang Fastback is at and explains in detail everything we’ve done recently and what we have left to do before SEMA 2016. Joe works on masking off the back panels for the black trim paint, while Evan completes some welding for a frame for one of our Camaros.

  • We install two new OPTIMA BATTERIES in Kevin’s Diesel truck

    Jeff explains to a few of the RG youth how car batteries work and takes them through the process of installing two new Optima batteries in the truck. Neil continues color-sanding and polishing some of the smaller pieces from the 1965 Mustang Fastback, and Jeremy works on routing hoses under the Mustang.

  • Moving cars and organizing the shop

    Today we put together some carts to hold our cars, and get everything in the shop organized the way it needs to be.

  • California Trip Part 2 – Hotchkis Autocross Event

    We had a lot of fun watching and being part of the Hotchkis autocross event in Fontana, CA! We even got to drive the 1972 Duster through the course a few times! Hotchkis Sport Suspension

  • “Fast Jack” Beckman visits Rebuilding Generations

    We had a very exciting guest at Rebuilding Generations last Wednesday: “Fast Jack” Beckman.  Fast Jack races the second fastest funny car in the world, and took the time to come and check out our program. He talked the us about his time in the NRHA racing world, and the importance of hard work and […]

  • Summer Downs visits Rebuilding Generations

    Kevin talks with Summer Downs from Downs Auction, Jeff and Hatcher finish installing the winch on the trailer, and Ronn and Even attempt to install the driveshaft on the 1965 Mustang Fastback.

  • Body work and exhaust Installation on the 1965 Mustang Fastback

    Kevin masks off the trim around the rear window on the 1972 Duster so he can repaint it, while a couple others scuff out some scratches on the interior of the car. On the 1965 Mustang Fastback, Neil finishes up the body work on the new vents, and Ronn and Evan remove the exhaust system […]

  • California Trip Part 1 – K&N Engineering and TMI Products

    We take the 1965 Mustang Fastback to Corona, CA to get work done on the interior and meet with some of our amazing sponsors. First we stopped at K&N Engineering, who will be building an air intake for the Mustang. Next we went to TMI Products. TMI is a automotive upholstery company, and they donated […]

  • Installing springs in the 1965 Mustang Fastback

    The Brown family installs the springs into the 1965 Mustang Fastback, and Jeremy works on creating panels that will contain NACA ducts to help regulate the temperature of the brakes. Joe finds that kits from Painless Performance exactly what he needs to do wiring on the Mustang. Painless Performance

  • Spraying LizardSkin on the 1965 Mustang Fastback

    Ian, Kevin, Harmon, Hatcher, and Halen start by scuffing the paint on the inside and bottom of the mustang in order to help the LizardSkin coating stick to it. Then, after mixing the coating liquid and loading it into the spray gun, they spray LizardSkin onto the car. This is a big milestone in the […]

  • Prepping the 1965 Mustang Fastback for LizardSkin

    Work continues on the 1965 Mustang Fastback after getting the paint job done, as the crew prepares it for spraying on LizardSkin coating. Jeff works with some of the younger members to weld a winch onto a trailer, and Joe continues working on the Charger ignition LizardSkin Spray-On Insulation

  • Miracle Week on the 1965 Mustang Fastback

    For a whole week, members of Rebuilding Generations have been working on the 1965 Mustang Fastback trying to get as much body work done as possible. We call it a miracle week because it will take a miracle to get the car done on time.