Andy is never at a loss for crazy car concepts and this week is no exception. He transforms an old ambulence into a Maryland sports-mobile for a fellow UofM alum. Then, he thinks outside the box to soup-up a car for his buddy in blue.
A good client brings in a problematic 1965 Mustang expecting Noah and his crew to transform this twisted shell of a car and into a beast at the track. Noah also takes on bringing a 1965 Cobra to life for a client who’s never had it running.
Ron Jenkins from Magnum Force and his buddy Jeff, visit the Graveyard to help out with the Firepower ‘Cuda. Pietro Gorlier, President & CEO of Mopar, makes a surprise visit to the shop, and a package arrives with something magical inside.
Brian dives head first into exploring the ravishing Italian icon: Lamborghini.
Gary reps LM at the Toronto Auto Show on his own, and when a buyer asks about a Challenge Stradale Ferrari in the showroom, Peter is surprised to find that being on social media and attending events really pays off.
Andy Cohen loves a bargain when he sees one, but when his dad, Bobby, is determined to fix up the ultimate junker, even Andy’s got his doubts. But Bobby’s got a few old-school tricks his sleeve, ready to prove Andy wrong.
Operation Firepower is well underway! Josh, Will, and Allysa are making progress with the Firepower ‘Cuda’s bodywork. Meanwhile, Dave continues with his work on Buck’s 1971 Dodge Challenger R/T.
Rolls-Royce is a true British legend. Brian gets behind the wheel of one of the most celebrated motorcars in history. He then makes a special visit to the Rolls-Royce factory and uncovers the truth behind it's mascot.
Peter has a weekend of racing planned with Al Unser Jr. at Indy and checks out a resto project on the way to the track. When he arrives, Pete isn’t sure if he should be more excited about racing with Al or taking possession of an Aston Martin Vulcan.
Determined to give three old classics a new lease on life, Andy puts the boys to work on a crazy-looking vintage racecar and a Hot Wheels Ramblin’ Wrecker tow truck racer, alongside a 1970 Camaro rescued from Hurricane Sandy.
The 1920 Revere-Duesenberg with a 360ci four-cylinder Duesenberg "Walking Beam" engine, was capable of a staggering 106hbp, making someone who owned one the fastest and coolest kid on the block. So when Wayne hears of one for sale, he hops a plane.
The top secret Firepower ‘Cuda returns from the dipper. Will trains Allyssa to be a killing machine. George, Ryan, and Josh assemble the ‘69 Charger General Lee and begin body work.
Bugatti is arguably the ultimate expression of sport, engineering, and artistic brilliance. Brian visit the Bugatti factory and smashes his own personal speed record.
When Peter and Gary find an Ferrari Daytona Spyder they know they have to get this car to Cavallino. While Peter is gone, Gary has a customer come into LMC who’d like to trade his Ferrari in for a Camaro. That’s right, a Ferrari for a Camaro.
When Andy finds a classic Chevy Blazer on the roadside and wins a totaled Porsche Cayman on a bid, he’s in hog heaven. But just as he starts seeing dollar signs, everything comes to a screeching halt as these deals turn into a great deal of work.
Wayne finds himself with, not one, but TWO epic finds on his hands when he discovers a 1947 Alfa Romeo 6C 2500 Super Sport Cabriolet that’s been garaged for over 30 years and a fully-loaded, single-owner 1948 Harley Davidson with a sidecar.
Finally, after 6 and a half seasons, the legendary 1971 440 six-barrel, Phantom ‘Cuda is revealed to its owner. Wrecked and abandoned in the early ‘80’s, this has been one of the longest restorations in GC history.
Andy Cohen finds a rusty Trans AM at the auction, and all he can see are dollar signs. If he can get this thing running, he'll score big. But as he quickly comes to findout, most cars end up at the auction for a reason.
A perfect pair of early sixties Volkswagen Karmann Ghias has Wayne reaching for his checkbook and Roger giving the cars his “special treatment” when he bets Wayne he can get one of the cars running in eight minutes or less.
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.
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!
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?
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.
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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