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.
When Richard buys a ’65 Chevy Impala, they put their Gas Monkey spin on it. Richard and Aaron score a ‘34 Five Window Ford. And later, Richard agrees to cool off the monkeys with new air conditioning, but the Fired Up crew gets hot and bothered about it.
Richard and Aaron build their coolest hot rod, a 1976 Chevy C-10 short bed show truck to be auctioned at the Cattle Baron’s Ball. Plus, Richard misses out on a Firebird thanks to Thomas Weeks, and a 65 Cadillac is on the lot for one of Richard’s buyers.
The plan to build Gas Monkey’s coolest show truck continues as Richard hopes to deliver a 1976 Chevy C-10 to the Cattle Baron’s Ball. Meanwhile,Richard tries to flip a ‘66 Continental and a ‘51 Caddy. Also, Richard stops by Fired Up to check on the rent.
When Richard gets a deal to build a ’55 Pink Caddy for a 100 grand, it all seems like a sweet deal. Until the monkeys relay that they may not be able to build the car in time for the tight deadline. Meanwhile, Richard invests in sponsoring and NHRA team.
After a constant wait for parts for the ’55 Pink Caddy, the monkeys make a mad dash to get the car done on time. Meanwhile, Richard ventures into new territory as his Gas Monkey Dragster hits the Texas Motorplex for the NHRA qualifying runs.
Richard and Aaron transform a vintage ’71 Dodge Scat Pack Challenger by using the power of a 2015 Scat Pack Challenger under the hood. Richard invests in a concert venue and a ’57 Shorty School bus gets a makeover with hilarious results.
When an old friend of Richard’s offers him $200,000 for a Knight Rider KITT car and for David Hasselhoff to appear at his 40th birthday party, Richard can’t pass up this offer. He sets out to not only find an 80’s Trans Am, but the Hoff.
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 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.
Richard buys a ’78 Cutlass so Aaron can build Gas Monkey’s first ever lowrider, only to discover that Aaron’s plan to create custom hydraulics is something he’s never attempted before.
As Richard heads to Houston to check out Gas Monkey’s top fuel NHRA dragster do some racing, the Monkeys need to do some racing of their own to finish a custom lowrider paint job on the ’78 Cutlass in time for the car’s debut.
Richard and Aaron decide bigger is better, giving a red ’67 Cadillac convertible the luxury treatment in a risky bid to attract a higher caliber of buyers.
With a big-time buyer already on the way, engine and upholstery problems threaten to derail Richard and Aaron’s red ’67 Cadillac convertible.
When Richard brings a smashed up 2005 Ford GT back to the shop with the intention of making a quick repair for a fast profit, Aaron talks him into giving it the full Gas Monkey treatment.
As work on the smashed up 2005 Ford GT continues, Richard heads to Indiana to try to sell a Shelby Cobra prop car used in the superhero movie Iron Man.
Richard buys a ’32 5-Window Ford Coupe planning for an easy build for the Monkeys while Aaron’s away racing at Pike’s Peak, but fate and fortune have other ideas.
The ’32 5-Window Ford Coupe Richard bought as an easy build for the Monkeys continues giving them problems, as weather and car issues threaten to derail Aaron’s trip to Pike’s Peak.
When Richard receives a drag race challenge from a couple of Internet upstarts, he changes gears on his big ’67 Dart build to transform it into the ultimate dragster.
With engine problems on the Dart threatening to stop their big drag race with Roadkill before it starts, Richard and Aaron could face epic humiliation in front of millions of fans.
When Richard’s ’29 Packard receives an invitation to the fabled Concours d’Elegance at Pebble Beach, he challenges the Monkeys to a motorcycle build-off to keep them busy while he’s away.
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.
Auction fever hits the garage as the Monkeys have less than a week to build a ’69 Riviera to sell at the Leake Auction along with the motorcycles from their big chopper build-off to determine who will win Richard’s big prize.