The Monkeys raise the bar at Gas Monkey Garage with a mind-blowing super-build they plan to debut at SEMA.
Richard Rawlings tasks the Monkeys to launch his much loved, but overheating '68 Mustang into show car status, hoping to walk it down the red carpet of the prestigious Shelby Mustang Meet. And Richard buys a one-of-kind Van once owned by a Mopar icon.
Richard Rawlings and the Monkeys forge gear-head history, to be the first to pack a '79 Scout with a 707 horsepower Hellcrate engine for a huge payday. Then, after Feds busted its last owner, will Richard retake his famous Ferrari "Dark Horse?"
The Monkeys race to be the first-ever to drop a Hellcat motor in their '79 International Scout and fulfill hot-rodder Richard's quest to fetch the world record for the most-expensive ever sold. And Richard tries to convince a friend to buy a '63 Stingray.
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.