, located on Puente Ave., started competing last week against three other auto shops from Southern California selected by eBay Motors to build four classic cars, which will then be auctioned for charity.
According to organizers, audiences can vote online at the end of each episode, at www.builtfromebay.com.
Episodes will show all four shops working on each of the vehicles from scratch.
Finished cars will be presented in episode 9. Winners will be announced in episode 10, to be aired on August 27.
Cars will then be auctioned for charity, and displayed at the SEMA exhibit, the biggest aftermarket car event in the world.
"Sixty days is not a lot of time, but we're going to give it our all, this is a family business, so some of my brothers will be mad at me because I will have them working late," said Rico Duran during the first episode of "Built."
The Duran family will build a 1966 Chevy El Camino. The other contestants are Mackey’s Hot Rods of Huntington Beach, GSR Autosport of Lake Forest, and Off Road Evolution of Fullerton.
Viewers will be able to watch every step of the construction process. Each shop will be assisted by experts from magazines like Hot Rod, Lowriders, European Car and Four Wheeler.
You can watch all episodes here.