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Motor City Masters | Finale Part 1: The Road to Detroit | TruTV
Just like that, the first season of Motor City Masters is about to come to an end. Autoblog has an exclusive early look at a scene from the reality TV show's finale that will crown the last standing car designer from the ten who started. The challenge in the last episode is to create a clay model of a next-generation Chevrolet Camaro show car. This teaser clip doesn't show us much other than that Darby (pictured) is one of the two remaining contestants and she's got a last-minute idea that makes the higher-ups nervous.

We don't get to see him in the clip below, but bassist Pete Wentz from Fall Out Boy is one of the guest judges joining Jean Jennings and Harald Belker, along with host Brooke Burns. If you want to catch up on the series or just see what you've missed, check out this playlist that includes a few full episodes on YouTube or see them on the show's site by clicking here.

The Motor City Masters season one finale will be shown in two parts, with Part 1 airing this Tuesday, August 19 at 10pm Eastern/Pacific on truTV.

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      • 11 Months Ago

      Auto-play video on the homepage ... not cool

      • 11 Months Ago

      Never watched this show, but Darby can sculpt my clay any time!

      • 11 Months Ago

      You got it wrong,Darby should be in the final show.Her design compared to the other 2 ,was off the hook.If Ford was watching they probably grabbed her up.

      • 11 Months Ago

      Inane - stoopid.  It's how to take a good idea and trash it.  You could make a really interesting show around students at CCS or Art Center but it would lack fake personalities or judges who are incapable of editing their wardrobe.   

      • 11 Months Ago

      I've watched the whole series and actually they/ve come down to a final 3 with real talent, and one with 24 years of experience at Ford (Camilo Pardo, who did the retro Ford GT). Some of the assignments were silly, but the show did lead to some good designs as well as provide a window into the kind of discussions, brown nosing and ego fights that go on in a design studio. Looking forward to the winner. My pick: Darby. She's talented and (because she'll nationally represent Chevy to a mostly fanboy audience), she's hot!