• 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.

  • Kenny Welch visits Rebuilding Generations

    Kenny Welch is the owner of Kenny’s Rod Shop, where he builds custom hot rods. After finding out about Rebuilding Generations, he has donated a paint booth for us to use in painting our 1965 Mustang Fastback. This week, he and his wife Danna stop by to visit us.

  • Interview with Neil Ramey

    Neil is the owner of Neil’s Rod & Custom in Emmett, ID.

  • Modifying hinges in the 1965 Mustang Fastback

    Ian and Hatcher continue the modification of the 1965 Mustang Fastback’s interior. Today they work on modifying a hinge to better fit the folding seat that sits in the back of the car.

  • Interview with Don Hipple

    Don Hipple donated a week of his time to be with Rebuilding Generations while we did body work on the 1965 Mustang Fastback.

  • Final sanding on the 1965 Mustang Fastback

    Neil supervises some final sanding on the 1965 Mustang Fastback; Harmon and Jeremy work on the Mustang’s bumper; Ian modifies the Mustang’s interior; and Davies and Liam work on the Dodge Charger’s ignition.

  • Prepping the 1965 Mustang Fastback for body work

    Dylan, Brandon, and Lynn take apart the front suspension of a first generation sub-Camaro frame, Neil works on dry-fitting the doors on the 1965 Mustang Fastback in preparation for body work, and Harmon and Jeremy continue the process of mocking up the brake system. Thanks to CPP for donating the front end that will be […]

  • Mounting a Camaro on the AutoTwirler

    Ian takes some of the youth through the process of mounting a Camaro on the the AutoTwirler rotisserie.  

  • Interview with Nathan Johnston

    When he first started attending Rebuilding Generations over a year ago, Nathan had no experience working on cars. Since then he has learned a lot working on our project cars as well as on his own Mustang. Nathan is excited to be enlisted in the Air National Guard as an A-10 Thunderbolt Crew Chief, which […]

  • AutoTwirler donates a rotisserie

      This rotisserie from AutoTwirler will allow us to mount cars to it and turn them upside down, making work on the underside of the car much easier! Check out AutoTwirler’s website!

  • Installing a new pulley in our 1972 Plymouth Duster

    Joe and Josh work on putting in a new pulley into the 1972 Plymouth Duster. This will make the engine look cleaner and is a necessary step to adjust for the removal of the power steering pump. At the same time, Harmon and Pacen do some welding on a 1968 Camaro chassis. Thanks to our […]


    Interview with Ian Burnett

    Ian is one of the mentors at Rebuilding Generations, and one of the most knowledgeable about cars of anyone in our program. Ian has very generously let Rebuilding Generations meet and work at his own personal shop.

  • Interview with Aaron Lyman

    Aaron is the owner of Glass Hero, and has been enjoying attending Rebuilding Generations with his son. Check out Aaron’s website here:

  • Modifying the 1965 Mustang Fastback gas tank

    Jeremy talks about how Rebuilding Generations modified the gas tank on the 1965 Mustang Fastback to allow it to fit in the car with the rear suspension from Detroit Speed.

  • Installing Currie third member and brakes on 1965 Mustang Fastback

    Several projects are going on at once at Rebuilding Generations tonight. Kevin and a few others embark on a mission to pick up a 1968 Camaro, which RG will restore and feature at the 2017 SEMA show. Joe and Chris continue to work on the problematic Dodge Charger, attempting to solve the electrical issue they […]

  • Removing glass from 2008 Mustang windows

    Aaron Lyman from Glass Hero demonstrates to the youth how he removes glass from the windows of a wrecked 2008 Mustang. He has several options he will try, including string, square wire, and knives. These will be used to break the seal between the glass and window frame. Later on, this glass will be used […]

  • Troubleshooting the 1969 Dodge Charger ignition

    Why won’t the Dodge Charger start? Lynn and Joe tackle this question by going through a diagnostic process to figure out what caused this problem. Joe brings in one of the new young men to help him by attaching test light probes to different spots and teaching him throughout the process.

  • Interview with Bob Hurley

    Bob Hurley leads the Bible study at Rebuilding Generations each Wednesday night. Three years ago, he and a group of other Christian men noticed that they were having difficulty passing the baton of faith onto the next generation of Christian young people. This influenced the founding of Rebuilding Generations, and eventually led Bob to become […]

  • Car Show at Kleiner Park

    Every year, Kleiner Park holds a car show, where all kinds of amazing cars can be seen. This year, Kevin and a few others from Rebuilding Generations take the 1965 Mustang Fastback and spend the day looking at cars and telling people about our program.

  • Transmission scatter shield for the 1965 Mustang Fastback

    Quick Time sent us a beautiful scatter shield bell housing, which Ian and two other guys will work on mocking up to the T56 transmission and mount to the back of the engine on the 1965 Mustang Fastback.

  • Assembling a Body Cart for a 1969 Chevrolet Camaro

    In this episode the youth at Rebuilding Generations work on constructing a body cart for the 1969 Chevrolet Camaro. The body cart will make it easy to move the Camaro and make working on the vehicle easier.

  • Darrin & Pacen’s interview

    This is a great story of Darrin’s obedience to the Lord and how it has impacted his life.  When he decided to donate the 1969 Charger to Rebuilding Generations he didn’t know that not only was it going to bless the organization, but his family as well.  With Darrin and his family now apart the […]

  • Rebuilding Generations Christian Brothers Interview

    Great interview with Brett Clancy from Christian Brothers Automotive. Listen to him talk about the importance for both local & national businesses to support youth programs like Rebuilding Generations

  • Rebuilding Generations Z28 rear-end installation

    Installing the Currie Enterprises rear-end & CPP Brakes in the 1972 Camaro Z28.

  • Returning Youth to Rebuilding Generations

    Glenn & Brady stop by the new shop to see what the group has been up to this last year.

  • 2015 SEMA Show Interviews

    Automotive interview at the SEMA Show 2015   In this video Rebuilding Generations interviews a few of their sponsors during the 2015 SEMA Show including, Jim McIlvaine of OPTIMA Batteries, Lisa Chissus of Flex-a-Lite, Dean Satterfield of TMI, and many others. Rebuilding Generations would like to thank all of their sponsors for their cooperation during the interviews and […]

  • Rebuilding Generations 2014 Episode 21 Lynn’s Story

    Rebuilding Generations 2014 Episode 21 Welcome to Rebuilding Generations 2014 Episode 21 where the old and the young come together to restore classic cars. This week we interview RG member Lynn Hawkins about his life, how important his faith is to him and how it impacts his life involving the car scene. If you want […]

  • Rebuilding Generations 2014 Episode 20

    Rebuilding Generations 2014 Episode 20 Welcome to Rebuilding Generations 2014 Episode 20 where the old and the young come together to restore classic cars. Even after SEMA there is still work to do on the ’71 Chevy NOVA, the owner wants it back in two weeks. Will the RG crew be able to get this […]

  • Rebuilding Generations 2014 SEMA Sponsor Interview 9 Wilwood

    Rebuilding Generations 2014 SEMA Sponsor Interview 9   Welcome to Rebuilding Generations 2014 SEMA Sponsor Interview 9 thanks to Wilwood Brakes for their donations of brakes for both the 1971 Ford Mustang convertible and the 1971 Chevrolet Nova.