Richard and Aaron resurrect two cars bought from a local charity: a '59 Fairlaine 500 Galaxie and a 1954 Bel Air. Richard is concerned for his safety at a Model A boneyard, but it's having to reject one of Sue's jobs that has him and Aaron most concerned.
SEASON PREMIERE: Richard trades his friend a ’58 Impala for a ’67 Mustang. He flips a smoking (literally) ’72 Pontiac Formula 400, but will it make up for his most embarrassing purchase yet? Aaron and the crew rush to the scene of a Gas Monkey accident.
Richard and Aaron take on the ultimate 4x4 hot rod: a ’76 Bronco. Unfortunately, runaway rust issues make this project budget-buster. Needing cash fast, Richard hits the road in search of some quick flips, including a Pontiac, Chieftain, and '40 sedan.
With the Bronco over-budget and past deadline, Richard’s patience (and wallet) are severely tested. He sells a ’36 Ford three-window then considers a dare to sell his beloved Shelby Mustang. Sue is not amused with Gas Monkey's birthday gift to her.
A side trip to Vegas nets Richard and Aaron casino winnings and Evel Knievel's Messerschmitt microcar. Later Richard buys a 73 Dodge Challenger and the Holy Grail of Corvettes: a ’67 Stingray in hopes of a 6-figure sale, but Aaron is not pleased...at all.
Richard and Aaron bring a hot '58 Corvette home to the new Gas Monkey World Headquarters. Christie takes a gamble, buying a '65 TBird while Richard is away. Model Alloy Ash fires up her welding torch to prove to Aaron she's more than just a pretty face.
The Gas Monkey crew turn a rat-infested '38 Ford into a cool hot rod. Richard buys football player Emmitt Smith's Mercedes, which comes with a surprise.Is new female welder Alloy up for the GMG challenge? Richard gambles $400K on a banged up Ferrari F-40.
SEASON FINALE: Richard, Aaron, Sue and the Gas Monkey crew celebrate the end of the season by sharing their favorite moments, responding to viewer mail, and giving a special peek into what REALLY goes on in the garage when the Big Monkey isn't watching.
Once again, Richard and Aaron stall the crazy, roadtripping Aussies with Texas hospitality while the crew races to finish a 59 Bonneville they were given only 72 hrs to fix up. To get some more cash for the job, Richard picks up two mini cars from a nest.
Richard and Aaron pick up a 64 Dodge Sweptline that's a mishmash of parts. A 32 Ford Roadster Richard forgot he bought rolls in, but it's up to Christie to seal the deal with the prospective buyer. KC hits the road with Richard to buy a 65 Mustang.
The crew struggles to finish the frankensteined 64 Dodge truck. Richard flips a 52 Chevy. He digs out an Oldsmobile Delta 88 he forgot he bought but it's also not quite what he remembered. Broke brakes leave a dent in the garage door and Richard's wallet.
SEASON PREMIERE: Invested over their heads in a wrecked Ferrari F-40 Richard, Aaron and the crew embark on the riskiest -- and most expensive -- build in Gas Monkey history. To recoup costs they flip a '58 Corvette C1 and a timecapsule Dead Head tour bus.
The crew pushes to finish the Ferrari F40 and get it sold. Costs rise when the $8000 windshield gets broken. Richard's luck turns when the 1967 Porsche 911S he buys turns out to be something better! Tom better get crankin' on a 1917 REO or he'll be fired.
Richard's roadtripping: First to Roswell to pick up a 67 Ford Galaxie to restore. In LA he picks a 32 Plymouth to flip, but it's a rare 51 Nash Healey he holds for the right time. He and Aaron judge a bikini contest in Denver but will Aaron come back?