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Seems like almost every episode Bitchin Rides has a different painter. Does he have several painters on staff or does he go through them often. It seems like if I was still painting thats the kind of shop I would like to work in. Bryce was a painters helper, then became body shop manager, now I dont see him at all.
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I can"t answer your question but Manuel (Kindig-it) and Shorty (Martin Bros) are two of the best I"ve seen on these shows.
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I can"t answer your question but Manuel (Kindig-it) and Shorty (Martin Bros) are two of the best I"ve seen on these shows.
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It happens with every show on TV. They get famous from the original show, then they move on to their own shops and careers. Kindig is now on his third painter since the series began.Even Richard Rawlings painter went on his own,....and Joe Martin doesn"t have Shorty anymore either.
I am an automotive painter because I don"t mind hard work. If I wanted to do something easy, I"d call your sister.
I am an automotive painter because I don"t mind hard work. If I wanted to do something easy, I"d call your sister.
I"m not sure what happened to Manuel but I think Shorty was having to travel to work with Martin Bros and he decided to stay home and concentrate on his own shop. He has a website Shortys Custom Paint.
I believe Manuel passed away. If you google him it says he died. Sad to hear this. Bryce is still there. I saw him in a recent episode.
I am an automotive painter because I don"t mind hard work. If I wanted to do something easy, I"d call your sister.
I believe Manuel passed away. If you google him it says he died. Sad to hear this. Bryce is still there. I saw him in a recent episode.
I am an automotive painter because I don"t mind hard work. If I wanted to do something easy, I"d call your sister.
Very much alive and thrivingWe are happy to report that Manual is very much alive!The obituary in reference was for his 80-year-old father, who was of the same name. This led fans to believe that the popular Kindig-It painter had passed.A close relative confirmed that this was indeed not the case and that Manuel “…just wanted to be sure people know he is alive and doing well.” In fact, he has started a body shop of his own in Murray, Utah, and works by himself with some local customers.
Velocity TV’s Bitchin’ Rides is one of the most-watched car renovation shows around. Few can match the technical and artistic skills that David Kindig and his
I am an automotive painter because I don"t mind hard work. If I wanted to do something easy, I"d call your sister.
I believe Manuel passed away. If you google him it says he died. Sad to hear this. Bryce is still there. I saw him in a recent episode.
Bryce left too.kindigitdesign
We are sad to announce that Bryce Green is no longer part of Kindig-it Design or affiliated with Bitchin" Rides.After 5 years at Kindig-it Design, Bryce has decided to move on to other opportunities! We can"t thank him enough for being such an amazing Body Shop Manager and for all the hard work. From all of us at Kindig-it Design, Thank you Bryce.
I am an automotive painter because I don"t mind hard work. If I wanted to do something easy, I"d call your sister.
Kindig"s new body shop manager.BRANDON JONES
BODY SHOP MANAGERBrandon is originally from West Valley Utah chills up north in Ogden now. His laid-back wife, kick-ass son, beautiful daughter and two awesome Pitbulls make up the rest of the family. Brandon’s passion in the auto industry started at a young age. He has been customizing and building rides for many years. Joining the Kindig-it crew back in 2010 as a Body Man gave him a chance to work with longtime friends KevDogg and Dave. Brandon’s focus is still on bodywork, but he will also regularly step into other roles of the business as needed to keep the builds on track. Every build he has been a part of offers something new and is revered as another accomplishment. Brandon feels that this is the best shop to work for and there is no other place he would rather be. In his spare time, you can spot him on his custom Harley or in the garage spending quality time with his rides. Brandon is a low-key guy, with a love of good work—and good beer.

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I am an automotive painter because I don"t mind hard work. If I wanted to do something easy, I"d call your sister.