are slated for Unique Whips,which features various athletes, entertainers
and celebrities who bring their cars into New York’s Unique Autosports
The show will air
on Speed, a 10-year-old cable network dedicated to motor sports and everything
"We are taking
season three of Unique Whips to the next level with more stars, and a
bigger shop," Unique owner Will Castro told AllHipHop.com.
Castro will be
working on the cars with is Long Island crew.
we’ve been on the air for the past two seasons, we’re getting calls
from Hollywood, and are catering to the likes of Busta Rhymes, and Pam Anderson,"
on the show isn’t Rhymes’ first experience at Unique.
The rapper had
more than 15 cars worked on at the shop. In addition to Rhymes and James, 12
episodes of season three will include custom work for Atlanta Falcons quarterback
Michael Vick, famed author Tom Wolfe, Lindsay Lohan, Kim Stewart, Pam Anderson
and NASCAR champions Jeff Gordon and Dale Earnhardt Jr.
will also feature the customization of up to six Dodge Chargers for
the new John Singleton independent movie "Illegal Tender."
The movie is scheduled
to be filmed in Puerto Rico.
The project came
about after Singleton became familiar with the shop, according to Castro.
a Unique Autosports look for the main character’s whip in his new movie,"
he said. "After seeing the first whip, he knew he made the right move and
completed the order for the other five."
The Illegal Tender
vehicles is one of two new projects for the Unique crew, who will team with
artist, designer and entrepreneur Marc Ecko on a pair of whip customization
projects of Ecko’s design.
Fans who aren’t
able to catch the new season of Unique Whips can watch the show on iTunes
and other electronic download distribution outlets for $1.99.
Season three of
the series will begin airing in February 2007.