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Futrell Autowerks, a pioneer in Volkswagen/Audi walk-thru guides and online how-to’s is taking futrellautowerks.com to an all new level today with the introduction of Futrell TV.
Futrell TV offers viewers a first hand account of the day to day progress of a Futrell Autowerks project car, from its initial disassembly right up to its debut at New Dimensions 12th Annual Charity Auto Show.
“People are really interested in how we go about building a project car and this seemed like a natural way to show them, with a high entertainment value as well as an excellent resource guide” said Dean Futrell, President of Futrell Autowerks.
Filming began mid-November just as Futrell Autowerks Project Audi fox (project crazy like a Fox) was being torn down for restoration. The first season will revolve around the build up of the Fox as well as just looking at day to day operations inside a dynamic enthusiast driven environment.
“The Fox is just such an over the top project it was a perfect fit to base the first season around” – Dean Futrell.
Episodes will be aired on Tuesdays every other week, and only run for the duration of that day. A preview of the next episode will be online in the interim. Each episode will be approximately seven to ten minutes long and available for download in two bandwidth friendly sizes, 256K for DSL users and a 500K size for T1 and faster connections.
Once the build up is complete the entire series along with bonus material will be available on DVD for $15/copy.