Wayne's always dreamed of owning an iconic Auburn Boattail Speedster. A twist of fate connects him with 2 sisters selling their grandfather's collection, including a '32 Auburn Boattail Speedster, a 1909 Ford Model T, and more.
A wild Jeep Wrangler build and a mile-high parking lot party kick off Truck Fest weekend at
From a revolutionary design and front wheel drive to conquering race tracks and rally car events, the Mini Cooper Mk1 was the small car with a big heart. Ant and Phil travel to Dublin to buy a rare Mk1 Cooper for a major revitalization.
After sitting in a barn for 47 years, a farm family tries to save their grandfather's cherished 1950 Ford F3.
A rusty 1951 Chevy rolls into the shop and Ralph wants to turn it into a Rat Rod. Victor and Eddie convince Ralph to change the design and they give it a full restoration.
When a customer turns up at Martin Bros Customs with a ‘59 Impala, it looks more like a parts donor than a serious project. But Joe Martin can’t turn down a car with this classic style and comes up with a rad plan.
Ruby's Diner closed its doors and the owners have to sell three vintage America motorcycles in a hurry: a Harley Davidson, an Indian and a Triumph. At F40, the crew is working on an '86 Lambo that hasn't been driven in 25 years.
Once known for its punchy V8 engine and continental good looks, the Triumph Stag quickly gained a reputation for overheating and breaking down. Even though production of the car ended after 7 years, Phil & Ant are working to revive the Triumph Stag.
A vandalized 1969 Camaro tries to make a comeback after 27 years on blocks, but not before fighting the Garage Squad all the way down to the wire.
A young client needs his 67 VW Beetle restored, so Ralph and the team get it looking like it just rolled out of the factory and ready to cruise the beaches of Southern California. Graffiti muralist Tristan Eaton brings in his 67 Lincoln Continental.
Joe gets his hands on a sweet ‘67 Chevy Nova, and the crew has some mods in store that hit harder than a Lone Star Linebacker. But all great work comes at a cost. Shag and Amanda need to find a buyer with deep pockets, fast.
Wayne's been contacted by the New York Governor's office to refresh a '32 Packard originally purchased by Franklin Delano Roosevelt. The car has been sitting in a state museum for decades, but Governor Cuomo wants to see it brought back to life.
Ant and Phil find an iconic Land Rover that's sat undriven and unloved in a barn for 41 years. Ant tackles the task of stripping the car back to bare metal chassis and reconditioning it from the ground up.
A Chevy Tri-Five that's been in the family for decades hasn't moved in 17 years. Two brothers join the Squad to try and get this 4-wheel family member back on the road.
Ralph designs '62 Bubble Top to be one of the most iconic cars RMD Garage has ever built. Saving only the body, the car is completely modernized and given flush mounted bumpers, a hand-crafted luxury interior, custom grill, and Roman Red paint.
Joe can hardly believe his luck when he finds a pristine ‘62 Impala owned by a customer who wants to cut it up, strip it back, and add more horses than a TX ranch. But everything comes to a halt when money troubles threaten to leave the job in limbo.
Anstead and Glenister hunt down the Mk1 Ford Escort Mexico which became a celebrated British rally car after winning the 1970 London to Mexico World Cup Rally. Incredibly rare, Ant takes on the tough task of rebuilding the rusty jigsaw puzzle.
Wayne and car-buddy, Ralph, head to the VSCCA Wilbraham Hill Climb where it's Wayne's Stutz up against Ralph's Packard speedster in an old-fashioned drag race. With their pride, pink slips and a charity donation on the line, horsepower rules the day.
Speed is the New Black brings viewers inside Noah’s shop where cars are tailor made for a client’s lifestyle, environment, driving style and driving mission.
Few people possess the zeal for returning neglected cars to their original condition more than Dan Short the owner of FantomWorks, the East Coast's largest automotive restoration shop.
Cohen Recycling sorts through more than one million pounds of twisted metal and shredded steel every year. On Junkyard Empire, Andy juggles the demands of the family junkyard with managing his own automotive service shop and used car dealership.
Even the most powerful cars can’t live forever. At some point, they're cast aside, traded in, and in some cases, left for dead in a scrap heap. On Graveyard Carz, no car is too far-gone for Mark and the ghouls. They're up for any repair and restoration job, as long as it’s Mopar!
Take an exclusive look into the world of famed car customizing business West Coast Customs. In each episode, West Coast Customs founder Ryan Friedlinghaus and his team revamp an ordinary vehicle to make it a one-of-a-kind drive for celebrities and corporations.
Chasing Classic Cars follows master car restorer Wayne Carini as he embarks on a mission to uncover the world's most rare and exotic cars. Get an insider's look at the elite club of car collectors as Wayne buys, restores, and sells vintage rides.
Dave Kindig, owner and operator of Kindig-It Design, turns out unique vehicles for his demanding (and sometimes famous) clientele. From rendering and design to building and restoring, viewers see vehicles being made from the ground up before being revealed to the car's owner.
With over 20 years’ experience with the restoration of antique and classic cars, the Guild’s expertise is unquestionable. From complete frame off restoration to small repairs and service, the Guild offers fine quality workmanship.
Collectors Mike Brewer and Ant Anstead are on a mission to save repairable enthusiast vehicles, by repairing or otherwise improving them, then selling it to a new owner. How much profit can they bank with these restored masterpieces?
NASCAR champion Ray Evernham hosts a cross-country trek, chasing down the cars that had an impact on our national identity. AmeriCarna lifts the lid on legendary four-wheeled treasures that continue to have a profound influence on our cultural DNA.
Will Castro turns out one-of-a-kind custom autos for a global client base of A-list celebrities, professional athletes, corporate clients and more from his design shop in Long Island.
Join renowned design expert Chip Foose and his team as they turn decrepit vehicles into spectacular, custom-built machines. Resurrecting a host of automobiles, the team works hard to create a life changing surprise for the unsuspecting owners.
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