Mike goes looking for the military grade off roader, the Humvee. He and Edd create a four-wheel drive camping vehicle that can take you to places no camper has been before.
Bob Cimon has come all the way from Massachusetts to get himself a Bitchin Ride, and Dave is more than happy to turn a stock 68 Camaro into one. Dave comes up with a revolutionary way to customize parts, but will his grand plan work?
A chrome malfunction dashes Dave and Larry’s dreams of showing their prized Delahaye at Pebble Beach, but a custom roadster lifts their spirits and tempts their pocket books. Back at the Guild, Ken runs into trouble on a '51 Ford F1.
Larry’s favorite Studebaker makes one last pit stop at the Guild, before being shipped off to a new owner. And while Brad troubleshoots an overheating problem on a Ferrari 328 GTS, Dave decides to auction off two decades of car memorabilia.
Will tries to prep and prime, the 1970 Cuda, 440 six-barrel despite Mark micromanaging his every task. The convertible top installation for the sixty-seven, Hemi GTX, is underway. But will some last minute changes halt the progress?
Alyssa and Mark apply decals to the Hemi Roadrunner convertible. Will decides to take a light work day; after he paints the jams on the Superbird tribute car, he heads to the tattoo shop to get a very apt character permanently affixed to to his arm.
Welcome to the world of competitive car flipping! Car dealers gather at Dallas auctions to find bargains they can turn into big profits. For the Dallas Car Sharks, the real drama begins after the auction as they uncover a car's true condition.
Collectors Mike Brewer and Edd China 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?