Martha works on a 1969 Barracuda; Tommy uncovers a loaded 1965 El Camino; JD picks up a 1978 Trans Am.
Martha transforms a classic ‘66 Beetle, JD squeezes the most out of a 5.0 Mustang, Tommy finds a surprise in the back of a beefy ‘85 Suburban. And Ash looks to bring an ‘88 convertible Alfa Romeo Spider missing its driver seat back to life.
Martha flips a pre-war era gem. Ash gets tangled up in a custom truck with a few unpleasant revelations waiting under the bed. Tommy parties like a rock star all in the name of business and JD sweats it out resurrecting a ‘66 Mustang.
Ash gets a 2007 BMW Alpina B7 with a hidden secret. Tommy turns a classic Toyota Land Cruiser into a bad-ass. JD goes for quick cash transforming a Z28. Martha finds there’s more to her ’61 Chevy Corvair than meets the eye - and it could mean a big payout
Tommy feeds an anemic Jeep military grade steroids while Martha opens her pocketbook to totally resurrect a ‘63 Ranchero with more than just a rust problem. Ash searches for a special Hemi for a long lost friend.
A 1961 Chevy Apache is restored and JD rebuilds a Renegade and also pranks the buyer.
Martha works on a 1962 Chevrolet Greenbrier van whilst JD works on a third-generation Camaro.
Martha gets a Grand Am ready for prime time whilst Tommy looks for parts to restore a rare 1950 Vincent Comet motorcycle.
Keeping cool cars on the lot is a full-time gig for our sharks. JD tries to complete a total restoration on a 1958 Ford Custom 300, Tommy turns a bland 2012 Camaro into an SS lookalike and Ash brings a rough 1929 Ford Model A Tudor to its former glory.
JD has his work cut out bringing a 1954 Ford Crestline back from the grave and Tommy picks up a 1960 Plymouth Fury and crafts a complete wheels up replica of The King, Richard Petty’s, first stock car. Will the number 43 car fly again?