Gas Monkey teams up with the Gary Sinese Foundation to build a custom '81 Jeep CJ7 as a throwback tribute to the soldiers for Veteran's Day. Later, an original '68 Chevelle has Richard seeing green but only if he can part with his California dream.
The Monkeys begin work on a 2018 Jeep Wrangler -- the second of two jeeps they're customizing for the Gary Sinese Foundation's Veteran's Day auction. Meanwhile, Richard makes a deal on a '55 Crown Vic he hopes to donate to the Gas Monkey Foundation.
Richard races toward a vintage payday by restoring his '37 Buick Racer back to its Indy 500 roots. Meanwhile, the guys buy a one-owner '77 Blazer that could fetch them double their money. Later, a surprise birthday gift has Richard feeling nostalgic.
The Monkeys race to finish their Buick Indy Racer for a deep-pocket client. Next, a collector wheels and deals for Richard's 1975 Datsun 280-Z and Brian Bass reveals upcoming changes at Gas Monkey Garage.
Richard pays big bucks hoping to use a '63 Cadillac for a quick flip project. The guys do a bang-up job on a budget but Jason goes rogue and risks tanking the whole thing. Later, Russell overpays for a '47 Fleetline that looks bomb ... but doesn't run.
The guys set a seven-day deadline to bust the rust off a '68 Ford Galaxie XL. Next, Richard pairs up with Variety Motorsports to knock out a 1980 Stutz Four Motor Car for country music star Charlie Pride. Finally, Richard rides a beast of a motorcycle.
The Monkeys sprint to wrap up the '68 Ford Galaxie XL before its owner comes to Dallas. Meanwhile, the guys dig through barn grime and dust to get to a '69 Camaro in Minnesota. Finally, the guys get a tempting invite from the Golden Knights.
The Monkeys start out with a quick-and-easy flip on a '67 Firebird convertible that quickly turns into a full-on Gas Monkey build the guys depend on for a profit. Later, a Hellcat comes up missing and a full-scale mission is launched for its return.
The guys face a seven-day deadline to raise their '67 Firebird from the ashes. Meanwhile, Richard heads to the boondocks of Tokio, TX, to search for a rare '51 VW Samba Bus. Finally, NFL star DeMarcus Ware shops for an authentic Gas Monkey hotrod.
The Monkeys put the pedal to the metal in their final attempt to finish the '72 Buick Riviera super-build in time for SEMA. The team's integrity is on the line and $300,000 has been invested so failure is not an option.
Barry Williams (a.k.a. Greg Brady) hires Richard and the Monkeys to build a Brady Bunch station wagon with Monkey style for an HGTV special. Multiple Brady-style mishaps delay the project. Then, Richard spends on one of the oddest deals in Monkey history.
The Monkeys continue their far-out work on the Brady Bunch station wagon -- a '69 Plymouth Satellite commissioned by Greg Brady, himself, Barry Williams.