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Unique Autosports: Miami

By Will Wade, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 12+

Family-oriented businessman drives custom-car reality show.

TV Spike Reality TV 2010
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Unique Autosports: Miami is an interesting mix of business and mechanics. Boss Castro clearly takes pride in his work, and carefully explains how his team starts with a standard vehicle and transforms it into something special. The details here will please any fan of custom cars.

But Castro's priorities clearly include more than just the work. He often talks about his family, and his wife and young daughter sometimes appear on the show to remind him why he puts in the long hours. Yes, he likes the customizing, and he clearly enjoys hanging out with his many celebrity clients. But for Castro, family is even more important, and it's nice to see a businessman who has some perspective on the important things in life.

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