SponsoredWhat Would You Build With A Fat Wad Of Cash From eBay Motors?Ray Wert7/25/12 11:59amFiled to: builtJalopnikHeadlineAdvertisementEditInvite manuallyPromoteDismissUndismissHideShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalink You know what I've always wanted to do? Grab a car off eBay Motors and be given a metric ton of cash for parts to turn it into the car of my dreams. Sadly, that's not happening anytime soon. But, I'm totally going to be able to live vicariously through eBay Motors' new ten-episode web series. Called "BUILT," it gives four custom car shops a tub to build into a dream cruiser using all the new eBay Motors parts they can afford to get their hands on. Then watch as the four shops mechanically duke it out for your affection with a socially conscious angle — each car gets auctioned off at the end for charity. Aww... isn't that cute? Advertisement Wipe away your tears of joy and then take a look at the four cars these shops are working on — stripped naked for our viewing pleasure in the gallery above. Team Name: Team Low Rider Sponsored Car: 1966 Chevy El Camino Custom Shop: Duran's Quality Painting Location: Baldwin Park, CA Team Lead: Rico Duran Advertisement Charity Choice: SEMA Memorial Scholarship Fund A Bit About The Build: You've got to give Team Low Rider props for the inspired choice of the greatest automotive mashup in the world — the El Camino! This party-in-the-back pickup-on-a-car-platform was purchased through eBay Motors from a local seller, an uber-helpful choice by the boys at Duran's Quality Painting in Baldwin Park, CA. Local sellers mean a hands-on look, and a hands-on look means getting a chance to see if this example of the bowtie-brand's greatest contribution to modern culture was worth the cash they were dropping on the hood. Was it? I guess we'll have to watch to find out. Follow the rest of the build at BUILTfromEBAY.com. Watch the episodes, check out the vehicles, and vote for the garage you think is the doing the best build. Team Name: Team Hot Rod Car: 1968 Chevy G20 Van Custom Shop: Mackey's Hot Rods Location: Huntington Beach, CA Team Lead: Brian Mackey Charity Choice: Semper Fi Fund A Bit About The Build: The pedal-to-the-metal-obsessed boys at Team Hot Rod picked a vehicle that some might call decidedly strange. Screw that noise. I'd call it decidedly awesome! Who wouldn't want a '68 Chevy Van with that big-ol' tick-the-option-box 5.7-liter V8 engine shoehorned between the rails? Nobody I want to call a friend. Follow the rest of the build at BUILTfromEBAY.com. Watch the episodes, check out the vehicles, and vote for the garage you think is the doing the best build. Team Name: Team European Car Car: 1984 Porsche 911 Custom Shop: GSR Autosport Location: Lake Forest, CA Team Lead: Nick Richards & Michael Essa Charity Choice: SEMA Cares A Bit About The Build: Screw this 'murican silliness. Here's a team that's going German. And not just German, but seriously German. Like Knights of Teuton German. Except with a twist. Enter GSR Autosport and their killer '80s Rothmans 911 that follows the age-old maxim, "Kill the roof, add a roll cage." OK, that's maybe not an age-old maxim. In fact, I think it's just a Ray maxim. Whatevs, this car makes me scream "Jawohl! Follow the rest of the build at BUILTfromEBAY.com. Watch the episodes, check out the vehicles, and vote for the garage you think is the doing the best build. Team Name: Team Four Wheeler Car: 1970 Jeep Grand Cherokee Commando Custom Shop: Off Road Evolution Location: Fullerton, CA Team Lead: Mel Wade Charity Choice: California Trail Users Coalition A Bit About The Build: I love Jeeps. I've owned a handful. Or two. What I've never owned is a Jeepster Commando. And after looking at the '70 Jeepster Commando Off Road Evolution picked up in the rust-free Southwest, I'm sorta wishing I had. Because if there are two things every kid wants it's a Jeep and a pickup. Put them together and you've got the kind of rig that teenage boys dream about. Especially since it'll be sporting a new GM Ram Jet 350 V8 under the hood. I want to go to there. Follow the rest of the build at BUILTfromEBAY.com. Watch the episodes, check out the vehicles, and vote for the garage you think is the doing the best build.