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.
Peter finds a guy who has a great Ferrari 512BB in his small backyard shed. He wants to sell it but believes it to be worth the prices he sees on TV. Pete might have some explaining to do.
Andy is no stranger to risky car builds, but when his shop takes on a scorched Audi S6, he’s playing with fire. If Andy can get this burnt powerhouse up and running, he’d win big; but the deeper he digs, the more problems he finds.
Wayne finds a late fifties Stanguellini Monoposto Formula Junior racecar for sale; he jumps at the chance to buy and bring it back to the shop to surprise Roger. Meanwhile, Wayne hopes to sell two cars to make room in the garage for a 1953 Bandini.
Tony’s in town! Tony and Cindy D’Agostino visit the Ghouls in the Graveyard. Mark and Tony geek out over several cemetery selects: the 1970 Superbee 383 Magnum, the 1971 Plymouth Roadrunner, and the 1970 Challenger R/T 440.
Besides being a chart topping musician and American Badass, Kid Rock is also a collector of music history. And he's got country legend Waylon Jennings Cadillac El Dorado that is in need of some tender lovin' care.
When a couple from Boston make the nine-hour drive to Legendary to see a Corvette they've been watching on the LMC website, the deal won't come as easily as they expected. Peter buys Caroll Shelby’s 427 Cobra but it definitely needs work.
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.
With two winning race cars and a high-tech hybrid supercar with over one hundred years of racing and automotive engineering between them, there’s just one thing left for Wayne to do: head to the track.
Meep-Meep! The 1 of 1 ever built, 1969 Hemi Roadrunner Convertible, is back on the lift.With the owner soon to arrive, the ghouls have to ramp up and get it finished.
SEMA is the Superbowl for the car world. A huge four day event held in Las Vegas with everyone who's anyone from the car world attending. A lot of vendors have large booths, but none bigger than West Coast Customs.
Wayne’s hot on the trail of a 1958 SAAB GT 750 that’s been restored to perfection, but when he arrives for the inspection and test drive he discovers the owner has two more Saabs he may be willing to sell.
Mark and Royal go off-road and down memory lane when they fire up their friend’s old Dodge truck. Mark announces a top secret project to the ghouls, and Allysa surprises her dad for Father's Day.
Lexus and Sriracha are teaming up and they want Ryan to build them a spicy Lexus IS. Ryan thinks it’s going to be an easy job - Sriracha colored paint and a pepper-filled steering wheel. But it's never easy creating one of a kind masterpieces.
Auto paint artist pushes the boundries of possibility. Custom bikes and Japanese design converge in the cafe racer world.
Joel's car was DOA so he added some TLC and called it Zombie. The hottest cars swarm to this famous Las Vegas event.
The ghouls get cracking on the infamous ‘71 Phantom Cuda; installing the exhaust, the door windows, tail lights, rear valance, body plugs, and the piece de resistance: the 1971 ‘Cuda gills.
Wayne and car buddy Ralph can’t believe their good fortune when they win a sealed-bid auction for a one-of-one, all-original 1930 Minerva bodied by Hibbard & Darrin, but as extraordinary as the car itself is the story of the man who owned it.
Fred Behr and his wife are ready for an extended road trip, but no motorhome will do. Instead they want to customize their rare '60's split window VW bus. Both are fans of the steampunk look, so it's now up to Ryan and the team at West Coast Customs.
With a beautiful Gulf liveried, original, street legal GT 40 sitting in the shop, Peter and the guys have some decisions to make about this car. Hold? Sell? Auction? Restore? Let’s go with all of the above.
Ray restores the infamous Brawner Hawk Indy car that Mario Andretti won rookie of the year in and they take it to the Brickyard for the 100th running of the Indy 500.
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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