The finale of Season 3 of ToyMakerz, the increasingly popular automotive reality television program hosted by David Ankin, will be broadcast on April 28. It will feature a guest appearance by Dean Cain, the actor who portrayed Superman/Clark Kent on the television series Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman.
Ankin is a repeat guest on The Weekly Driver Podcast. Co-hosts Bruce Aldrich and James Raia, talk in Episode #84 with Ankin about his three years on the show and his plans for future seasons. We also discuss his friendship with Cain, the veteran movie actor.
The final episode’s challenge is building a “completely out-of-the-box, over-the-top” exhibition car based on a 1941 Willys Coupe. The customized vehicle is described as being able to “make tracks like no other car.”
Cain arrives for a visit as do the show’s top 3, “Show Us Your Ride” finalists.
ToyMakerz is broadcast on the HISTORY Channel and FYI, in partnership with A+E Networks.
The last episode of the show’s third season will lead into the rerun season, with the series featuring Ankin’s wild creations repeated often. The episodes are also available via social media.
Ankin’s boundless energy is a highlight of the series, and he spoke with the same enthusiasm about the pending Season 4. He couldn’t reveal many details, but he shared one of his upcoming creations will be unlike anything anyone has ever seen.
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