When Richard buys a VW Microbus no one really knows the mechanics of this German car. Later, Richard and Aaron discover that the Fired Up garage is attending a demolition derby and Richard has a trick up his sleeve to send his former employees reeling.
Aaron and his team attempt to get the ’71 Challenger build to accept the 2015 Challenger technology. In the process, they create a one of a kind resto/mod. Richard buys a busted up ’34 Plymouth and the crew takes the ’57 Shorty bus for a test drive.
Richard buys a ’69 Malibu only to realize there are massive issues. Aaron crashes into a ’68 Coronet on the GMG lot. Richard travels to St. Louis to buy a tricked out ’79 Camaro. Motley Crue performs at Gas Monkey Live grand opening.
Richard sells the ’79 Camaro to prepare for Barrett Jackson, the biggest auction of the year. Aaron’s team builds a ’68 Impala while Richard and Dennis buy a ’64 Corvette Stingray. Richard pulls the ’66 VW bus, ’69 F100 truck and ’76 C10 to auction.
It’s showtime at Barrett Jackson with wheeling-and-dealing throughout the week showcasing the excitement. Richard’s Stingray arrives just in time for the start of the auction. Meanwhile, Aaron attends NHRA in Vegas to see how team Gas Monkey performs.
Richard and Aaron take on a different build when they decide to transform a $300 find on the side of the road into a ’76 Exploration Van.The Dale Earnhardt ’56 Nomad makes an appearance back at the shop, as KC and his team are tasked with fixing the body.
While Richard takes his ’29 Packard to compete at the elite Concours d’Elegance at Pebble Beach, the Monkeys race to complete their motorcycles in their big build-off.
It’s a race against time as the Monkeys rush to finish the KITT car. Richard’s on edge because he’s worried that him and Aaron might not make it to the Las Vegas birthday party with the car by the deadline. They also don’t know if the Hoff will show up.
Aaron's plan to build a “junkyard Porsche” capable of going head-to-head against Richard’s 2015 Porsche 911 Turbo S goes awry when the expensive conversion kits he’s bought don’t fit as planned.