Unique Whips is still on but renamed West Coast Customs. Will Castro...the tint the window, bolt on aftermarket king.
Velocity channel has a lot of hot rod style programming and when I'm searching for mindless TV to watch that does not require any brainpower to process that is my go to channel.
Personally there are a quite a few good shows of interest there; not spectacular in the cerebral sense, but interesting none the less.
My favorite is the Ken Dig IT "Bitchin Rides" guy. They do some great work and I do find that Kevin guy somewhat amusing.
Chip Foose is too corporate but the stuff they build is spectacular.
The suprise one that I really enjoy, as real mechanics, are the two english guys that revamp something. don't remember the show name but they have a good program.
Oh, shows that I liked and don't see anymore, that was the topic. I liked one of the NASCAR weekly shows that had a certain crew that worked well together. They had a real chemistry and insightful - non social media crap of today - coverage of racing. It was the one that had Jimmy Spencer as part of the show with the crying towel. I didn't care too much for that segment at times but more often than not he was funny and more importantly right. I mention the Jimmy Spencer thing because I can't rememer the name of the show but anyone that saw him in that would remeomber that time period and perhaps the show name.