Velocity is officially bringing back television's definitive car restoration franchise for a seventh season. Renowned design expert Chip Foose makes his return with the all-new Overhaulin' episodes.
Foose brings his considerable talent, along with co-host Chris Jacobs, to an all-new OVERHAULIN’. The show will go beyond the garage, exploring engaging human stories and the strong emotional connection between man and machine. The restoration projects feature deserving individuals ranging from returning veterans to those negatively impacted by the tough economy. Each altered auto becomes a life-changing surprise for its unknowing owner.
Please go to Overhaulin.tv to submit a deserving ride.
CHIP FOOSE - Host
Chip Foose began working on automobiles at age seven for his father's company, Project Design, in Santa Barbara. Foose attended the Art Center College of Design for two years in 1982, then began working at ASHA Corporation for four years before returning to the Art Center to complete his education, graduating in 1990. Following graduation, Foose then worked full-time for Sterenberger Design and part-time for Boyd Coddington. Later, Chip became the president of Coddington's company Hot Rods by Boyd. While working for Coddington, Foose designed many of Coddington's well-known creations such as the Boydster I and II.
In 1998, Foose started his own automotive and product design company called Foose Design in Huntington Beach, California. In 2001, Foose began his TV career by acting as a consultant for the TV series "Titus” before going on to be the custom painting consultant for the 2006 movie "Cars”. Foose gained more exposure in 2003 as a result of a TLC documentary on his design and creation of a modified 2002 Ford Thunderbird called the Speedbird. In 2004, the TLC version of Overhaulin' began to air with Foose as the star of show. Other television credits include hosting the series "American Icon: The Hot Rod” for Discovery’s HD Theater.
Throughout his career Foose has been honored with several awards including induction into the Hot Rod Hall of Fame at Peterson Publishing’s 50th Anniversary at SEMA (Special Equipment Marketing Association); the prestigious AMBR (America’s Most Beautiful Roadster) Award in 1999 and 2000; the coveted Ridler Award in 2002, and in 2003 Foose was inducted into the Grand national Roadster Show Hall of Fame.
Today, Foose continues to operate Foose Design and provide design consultations to the big three automakers.
CHRIS JACOBS - Co-Host
Chris Jacobs was born and raised in the northern suburbs of Chicago. In 1988, Jacobs moved to California where he attended Whitter College, attaining a bachelor's degree in English. Chris later graduated from Whittier law school and was admitted to the state bar of California in 1995. After school, Chris decided to pursue acting as a career instead of practicing law. Jacobs has numerous television credits, including co-hosting the TLC version of OVERHAULIN’ and hosting The Insider from 2009 to 2011. Chris has also appeared on "CSI” and "Two and a Half Men,” and was seen in several feature-length films, theatre and commercial projects before landing with OVERHAULIN’. In addition to his OVERHAULIN’ duties, Chris is a correspondent for "Entertainment Tonight.”
OVERHAULIN NIGHT ON VELOCITY 7/29 - NEW EPISODE & MORE!
OVERHAULIN SEASON FINALE TONIGHT
April 20, 2014
Sunday, April 20th, tune in for the Overhaulin' season finale on Velocity at 9/8c. We've been at it for 10 years and tonight marks the close of our seventh season.
ALL NEW OVERHAULIN' SUNDAY APRIL 13TH
April 12, 2014
Sunday, April 13th, tune in to Velocity at 9/8c to catch an all new episode of Overhaulin'.
NEW EPISODE OF OVERHAULIN' TONIGHT
March 30, 2014