Aaron falls in love with and buys a famous '63 Ford Falcon race car off Richard, but will the original owner be impressed by Aaron's Gas Monkey style? While Aaron's tied up in his passion project, Richard flips a 1919 Nash and an unusually painted truck.
The crew help a widow by buying her husband's Ford '32 Cabriolet and many hot rod projects; they rescue an heirloom '62 Corvette from a garage falling down around it, but not all the family is pleased Richard has it. Richard makes a big announcement.
Aaron and the Gas Monkey crew overhaul a Jeep in 24 hours to surprise a friend. Richard flips a funky gull-winged Bricklin. Daphne convinces a reluctant Richard to hire his nephew. Dennis and Richard argue over how best to sell their COPO Camaros.
It's a Gas Monkey Fire Sale when Richard quick flips a menagerie of cars to make enough cash to buy back the first car he and Aaron built together 10 years ago. Richard and Dennis literally roll the dice on a 57 Chevy back in snowy Minnesota.
Richard buys a nest of cars including a '68 Cadillac Coupe de Ville that is so rusted out that Aaron and the guys want to mutiny, but not until they have a little fun with it first. Can Richard and Dennis save a piece of racing history from the crusher?
Rust-ridden Caddy dumped, Richard gambles that the GMG crew can recoup his losses with a ’60 Bel Air. Christie talks money -- first with a dad who wants to punk his teenage son with a Yugo and then with Richard trying to convince him to hire his sister.
GMG takes wing! Aaron builds a flying machine for the Red Bull Flugtag event and the team launches him off a 30ft pier. But will the Gas Monkey Flying Circus take off or take a nose dive? Meanwhile, the crew brings a rare 1950 Dodge Wayfarer back to life.
Aaron and crew turn an ugly duckling ’71 Chevy Kingwood station wagon into the cool, 70s hot rod dragster it was meant to be. Richard pries an’80 MG Replicar from a husband reluctant to part with it. The Grill books its first celebrity musical act.
The crew takes on a ’68 Shelby Mustang that looks sweet but what's it hiding? Richard flips his lid when Tom and Jordan buy two junker cars from two tourists. Richard and KC travel to a secret lair to make a deal on a Lotus Cortina and an amphibicar.
Engine issues plague the ’68 Shelby. Richard flips the rare ’66 Lotus Cortina and floating Amphicar for some fast cash. A classic Ford Falcon arrives at the garage -- and selling it would be icing on the cake.
Richard is hired by a wheeler-dealer friend to build a "Smokey & The Bandit" ’77 Trans Am. He and Aaron have six days to build and get the car to New Orleans in time for the buyer to race in a rally. Some original Bandit stars help sweeten the deal.
Richard and Aaron reach Burt Reynolds and win their wager, but that success may mean ultimate failure when the team doesn't get the ’77 Trans Am on a transporter in time. Solution: they'll race it down to the New Orleans starting line themselves.
When Richard "accidentally" buys $92K worth of cars at an auction, his bookkeeper sister insists he flip all five cars in one week. Some go more easily and profitably than others but it's a weirdly built Rolls Royce that even Aaron has a hard time fixing.