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.
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.
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.
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.
With the new shop open it's time to start building. Ryan has a new client who wants to build a 68 convertible Mustang for his wife's 50th birthday. It matches up perfectly with the 67 Mustang Fastback that needs to be built from the old shop.
Shaq wants a Polaris Slingshot, the only problem is he's too big to fit. Now the team at West Coast Customs must figure out how to stretch and shape this vehicle in order to house his 7' 1” frame and size 22 feet.
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.
An MG restoration project with real class. A father dedicates the re-build of this Ford Falcon to his lost son.
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 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?