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Coming Soon: Hemmings Road to Improvement isn't a Typical Build Show

Posted September 08, 2021 9:08 AM by dstrohl
Pathfinder Tags: chevrolet Suburban

Here's a sneak peek at our new show, Road To Improvement, coming soon to the Hemmings YouTube channel. As you can see, it's a little different than the other build shows out there. Instead of putting parts on a vehicle in a shop setting, our own Mike Musto (and copilot Elana Scherr) picked up a 1981 Chevrolet Suburban in Grand Rapids, Michigan, and drove it all across the U.S., upgrading it along the way.

We had an early look at Road To Improvement with a report from the road along with a follow-up piece, and now we're ready to share the whole adventure. The show starts September 7th, with a new episode every week leading straight into the 2021 SEMA Show, where we'll auction off the Suburban to benefit the SEMA Cares charity.

We sat down with Mike Musto to explain what makes Road To Improvement special, what we can expect in the coming weeks, and why Elana makes a great road-trip companion.

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