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Robert “Videobob” Moseley is the creative mastermind behind a unique prop shop in Dallas that creates iconic replica vehicles from TV shows and movies. His clients are often adult “fanboys” who still hold onto the big screen obsessions of their youth. But it’s not cheap—a Delorean with Flux Capacitor will set you back a cool $60,000 just for starters. In each half-hour episode of Screen Machines Videobob and his crew—a ragtag bunch of misfits including an aspiring illusionist, a brainy engineer and an exotic-dancer-turned-accountant—take on a new project where they research, gather materials, build, refine and test their vehicles before unveiling them to clients. No detail is too minor, no client too demanding and no challenge is too great for Videobob and his crew. Among the epic replicas the team builds is a 1960 Cadillac ambulance into the Ghostbusters Ecto 1, a revamped 1963 Cadillac convertible to mimic the iconic “creampuff” from Scarface, the Knight Industries Two Thousand (KITT) from Knight Rider and a custom Jurassic Park style Jeep.
|S01E01||Ghostbusters Ecto 1||02/12/2014||Videobob and his crew are hired by a local "Ghostbusters" fan club to convert an early 1960s Cadillac ambulance into the ``Ghostbusters'' Ecto 1.|
|S01E02||Scarface Cadillac||02/12/2014||Angel Salazar hires Videobob and his crew to convert a 1963 Cadillac convertible into a vehicle from ``Scarface'' but the car has many issues.|
|S01E03||Knight Rider Two Thousand||09/12/2014||Videobob and his crew are hired by the wife of a man who is obsessed with the 1980s to build a "Knight Rider" car for her husband's 40th birthday; David Hasselhoff.|
|S01E04||Jurassic Jeep||16/12/2014||A dinosaur park in Texas hires Videobob and his crew to create a ``Jurassic Park'' type vehicle for the staff, but some things go wrong.|