Rust Valley Restorers (2018) - Documentary

Hohum Score

10

Engaging

Nestled in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains is one of the most unique car communities in the world: "Rust Valley." You can't miss it: acres upon acres of old and abandoned cars; a ...

IMDB: 7.6
Director:
Stars: Michael Daingerfield, undefined
Length: 38 Minutes
PG Rating: N/A
Reviews: 1 out of 43 found boring (2.32%)

One-line Reviews (14)

Mildly entertaining and that's about it .

All around entertaining .

But what makes this show entertaining is you can make this into a drinking game.

Entertaining .

Seeing the classic old cars that are rotting away in a junk yard be brought back to life is always enjoyable if you're a car guy.

To add drama there is always a ridiculous deadline, disastrous set backs, and the cliche haggling.

He makes promises and we have to think the pressure is entertaining, oh my god will he be able to finish within the budget because he did not calculate the labor.

It is an entertaining enough time waster if you're a "reality" tv addict though.

You can tell they are all great people with big hearts and their relationship is very entertaining because they all have quite big personalities.

This show is all around entertaining in every way, Its funny theres cool looking cars and you learn stuff about cars and car culture while watching.

Original, unpredictable, funny.

Entertaining, informative, all around great show to watch.

These "Car Restoration" shows seem to be by the director/writer teams, using the same formula: Little planning, crisis management, fart jokes, injuries due to neglect and lack of safety gear, contrived drama, and as always...

It's entertaining and well scripted, more comedy than drama.