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MAVTV Greenlights ‘Chop Cut Rebuild’ Series For Fall 2015


If you’re a hard-core gear-head, MAVTV is the network of choice. The home of automotive and motorsports television, MAVTV is greenlighting Chop Cut Rebuild for the Fall Season of 2015. 13 new 30 minute episodes will be exclusive to MAVTV for the second year in a row.

Under the banner “Real Cars, Real Techs, Real Deadlines …Real TV,” host Dan Woods continues his quest to bring the viewer the inside scoop on what it takes to be a custom builder. Searching the nation for intriguing and hard to fix vehicles and new elite restoration builders, Chop Cut Rebuild is the classic car show with a history of delivering exciting and informative TV that gives the viewer a behind the scenes ‘take’ on a booming industry. The class show of the restoration genre and nominated in 2012 for an EMMY as an “Outstanding Lifestyle Series,” Chop Cut Rebuild is in its 11th season on air.

“We have found a home with MAVTV,” said Woods. “They understand what we are trying to do with Chop Cut Rebuild and appreciate the huge fan base we have built up over the years. Last season our fans had no problem following us to the new network and new time slots. Believe me Chop Cut Rebuild is never simple and never without technological surprises and MAVTV is a perfect fit.”

MAVTV’s Director of Programming, Jason Patison said, “We are very happy to announce the renewal of Chop Cut Rebuild.  We have a great relationship with Dan Woods and his team, they share our passion for the automotive industry, and they continue to deliver a top-notch show that consistently draws good ratings”

Owned and operated by Lucas Oil Products, Inc., MAVTV is the leading independently owned cable network in the USA and the premier motorsports destination for racing fans and gearheads everywhere. Currently turned on in more than 28 million households, the network is pushing hard to reach 50 million households in the next few years.


For more information visit:           www.mavtv.com

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