The uncertainty of how to resolve an issue coupled with a quickly approaching deadline can be a daunting task, yet it's an almost daily occurrence on the show Car Masters: Rust To Riches. There's also the fact that actor Shawn Pilot just happens to land on the crew of Car Masters: Rust To Riches.
A drop in ratings for the show would not be a fake stat, should Constance decide to take her bevy of skills elsewhere. There was a particular episode in season 2 in which a tow truck accidentally backed into an antique car that had a considerable amount of custom work done to it.
There had to have been some creative editing in order to maintain the cleanliness the show typically provides its viewers. Gotham Garage did donate the Plymouth CNR Replica to the Petersen automobile museum.
Regardless of how real or fake the series Car Masters: Rust To Riches is, the success of the show is important and cannot be denied. Netflix certainly wants to have popular shows readily available and viewers that are hooked on Car Masters will demand a 3rd season.
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Car Masters: Rust to Riches Genre Reality television Starring Mark Tolstoy QuinonesConstance NunesShawn Pilot Michael Vincent Michael ‘Caveman’ PyleCountry of originated StatesOriginal language English No. The premise revolves around the crew from Gotham Garage, which has built a number of props for movie studios and television shows over the years.
The group, led by Mark Towel, give classic cars modern makeovers in an attempt to raise their values and ultimately earn the company large profits. Recently, there have been some concerns on the show's authenticity due to the insufficient coverage of the mechanical processes and the secrecy of its cast members.
On Netflix's airhead reality series Car Masters: Rust to Riches, Constance Tunes is the lone woman and engine specialist at Gotham Garage. Fans who have tuned into both seasons of the car building show have grown to love her not just for her no-nonsense attitude, but because she's a serious and talented mechanic who brings a lifetime of experience to her job.
Unless you're one of her nearly 700,000 Instagram followers, there's a good chance that Car Masters: Rust to Riches is your introduction to Tunes. Let's dive in and learn a little more about Gotham Garage's resident engine expert.
According to Hot Cars, Tunes appeared as a car model at the Grand Prix of Long Beach; she's also appeared in print campaigns for Jockey, Wrangler, and Feral Cosmetics, as well as in commercials for Motorola and Kim Kardashian's mobile game, Hollywood. On Tunes' personal Instagram, she also posts sponsored pics for brands as wide-ranging as Rock star Energy Drinks, JLUXLABEL clothing, and VP Racing Fuels.
It's clear when watching Car Masters: Rust to Riches that Tunes has no trouble commanding respect from her male coworkers. In an interview with Maxim, she laid out what attracts her in a partner, and it isn't timidity or good manners: “Pull up in a muscle car or on a dirt bike with questionable tattoos and a Metallica T-shirt on,” she said.
As she explained during an interview with Carlyle Motors, working on cars started a family activity. According to the bio section of her website, she has worked in the service departments for car brands such as Ford, Acura, Audi, and BMW.
She's aiming for a modern rebuild that will keep the car running optimally, without losing the spirit of its original design. Specifically, Tunes lists the third, fourth, and fifth movies in the Bring It On franchise on her stunt performer resume.
While there's no mention of what kind of work she did for the films, considering they are all set in the world of competitive cheerleading, it seems likely that she did stunts as part of one of the fictional cheer squads. Tunes has also appeared in several music videos, including the house party-set Enrique Ingress and Pitbull dance track “I'm a Freak” and Paris Hilton's “High Off My Love,” featuring Bird man.
But it's a testament to how the model and mechanic has been steadily putting in the work for years, no matter the industry. One of the most striking things about Tunes' appearance on Car Masters: Rust to Riches is that she's the only woman in the garage.
While there's no news yet on whether Tunes and the rest of the Car Masters: Rust to Riches crew will be back on Netflix for a third season, you're sure to be seeing a lot more of this sterling representative for women kicking butt and taking names in the auto industry in the future. The presence of Constance on Car Masters: Rust to Riches stirred up some controversy.
Constance Tunes describes herself on Instagram as “Just a glam girl wrenching in a boys world”. Her passion can be traced back to her childhood, as she was introduced to cars by her father.
Constance recently shared on social media how her father never showed any preferential treatment for his daughter and even fired her once. At the beginning of her career in the automotive industry, she would focus on personal builds and would visit local shops.
Later she explored the service department of Audi, BMW, Ford, and Acura dealerships where she also played a role as an aftermarket director. The undisputed specialty of Constance Tunes lies in classic restorations, more specifically Mustangs.
After all, it is about more than just mechanics, it is about inspiring a new generation of automotive enthusiasts that takes no regard of gender or age. It was at one of her father’s race car events that she was discovered and started a fruitful career as a model.
While her main interest continues to be on the clockwork of cars, she found a harmonious way to combine these two worlds. She was part of successful campaigns for big names both in the automotive industry and beyond.
Her print work includes: Wrangler, Jockey, Rock star National Campaign, Kingston Technology, Feral Cosmetics; even the cover of Havana Magazine, Nail it! In 2015 Constance featured as a commercial model for Toyota at the Grand Prix of Long Beach.
But she also graced the screen, playing in commercials for Motorola, Kim Kardashian Hollywood Game, and Kia. The Kia commercial starred actor Christopher Walker and was aired during the 2016 Super Bowl.
Her career cannot be boxed into just one show, even if we are talking about quite a successful Netflix reality series. We took a peek into the past of Constance Tunes, but it is well worth also keeping an eye on what is yet to come for her.
She has studies in the fields of Psychology and Sociology, which come in handy when addressing the target audience. As I was sick today I came home from work and rested my ill body in bed.
Low and behold I found a show that I typically wouldn’t find interesting. Due to my recent new hobby of automotive repair, modification, and speed.
This new Netflix show is called Car Masters: Rust to Riches. For the skeptical person like me, id rather sees custom build videos on YouTube.
It follows a custom fabrication shop Called Gotham Garage. The colorful crew at Gotham Garage overhauls an eclectic collection of cars and trucks, trading up to a showstopper they can sell for big bucks.
In pursuit of the highly coveted “six-figure car,” this good-natured garage crew lives by three words: “upgrade and trade.” Some quick google searches made the answers to these questions even more uncertain and ambiguous.
Surely the producers at Netflix know how to create a captivating and interesting show. A Google search only returned The Gotham garage website, his Facebook page and a couple articles about a lawsuit for making a replica Bat mobile.
Born in 1962, one of four children of a single Mom, the Towels had very little money growing up. After years of building Props for Movie Studios as well as Movie and Television Cars, Mark decided that he wanted to use his “God Given Talent”, so he started Gotham Garage.
Mark builds unusual creations that are both automotive and non-automotive related. From small to large, from easy to difficult, from ordinary to bizarre.
Mark has built many incredible, custom one of cars, boats, motorcycles and even a helicopter. Warner Bros. has scored a big win in a lawsuit against Mark Towel, a California resident who operates Gotham Garage, which specializes in customizing replicas of automobiles featured in various films and TV shows.
Towel was taken to court for violating trademarks and copyrights on replicas of the Bat mobile, which set off a furious dispute over whether a car is entitled to copyright protection. The defendant objected to the contention, saying in court papers in December that a ruling that afforded the studio the ability to stop reproduction and distribution of a famous car would have “a significant impact on automobile makers and manufacturers.” In an unreal 54-page ruling, U.S. District Court Judge Ronald Lew writes that “it is clear that the Bat mobile is a copyrighted character.”“The Bat mobile is a character and exists in both two- and three-dimensional forms,” Lew wrote.
I do like the dynamic and his negotiation skills but I can’t help the feeling of it being so fake and staged. My Google search leads me to believe he is an actor first, car enthusiast maybe second if at all.
Mark and Shawn Constance is the tough girl in the show. A Google search of her will reveals a large selection of erotic photos that would make most men and some women get excited.
Her website bio claims she is “Spending her days building muscle cars.” To me, it appears she spends her days modeling and throwing blows to the modern feminists that claim women shouldn’t be objects. She is definitely a very beautiful lady and portrays herself as more an object of sexual desire than a car builder.
According to IMDb .com: Constance Tunes is an American model and Reality TV personality of Portuguese descent. Born and raised in the suburbs of Los Angeles California, she is most commonly known for her extensive experience in the automotive industry and starring on the Netflix series “Car Masters: Rust to Riches ”.
Her print work includes clients such as Wrangler, Jockey, and Flux Label. According to her website: Constancenunes.com: Constance Tunes is an American born model of Portuguese descent.
Born and raised in sunny Los Angeles, she is anything but a typical California model. Known for her outspoken personality, rough around the edges' demeanor, and get things done attitude, clients find her a refreshingly honest change up in the world of fashion modeling.
Spending her days building muscle cars, like her 1964.5 Ford Mustang, and doing photo shoots for clients such as Wrangler, Jockey, and Flux Label, she brings a unique mix of tomboy personality with girlish charm to everything she does. With extensive experience in the print world, she has recently branched into TV with a starring role on the new Netflix series “Car Masters: Rust to Riches airing this September.
Photo source On the show, Tony appears to be one of the main mechanics for Marks visions. He appears to be very creative and knowledgeable all while playing a dumb caveman character.
In my own experience, I’ve made some decent money flipping cars. However, I don’t have this level of experience doing custom fabrication and modifications.
As seen in my current 1985 BMW 325E project I really would like to get up to the level of custom car building. In season 1 of Car Masters, they take a 1964 Ford Thunderbird that they get for $1000 and fix it up with a chrome wrap.
They end up selling trading it for a 1970 Chevy Fleet side pickup truck. The Chevy fleet side is in parts and needs a lot of work, but they appear to make it look awesome.
My own curiosity to google search the characters of the show made me believe it’s possibly all fake. I had a really hard time believing Constance has ever turned a wrench or lost a 10 mm socket.
The number of photos she has posing half naked are not difficult to find. For me, though I would rather hunt down some build videos on YouTube, or better yet some more photos of Constance.