While Richard heads off to make the steal of a lifetime on four rare Mustangs, Aaron and the Monkeys fight to finish their junkyard Porsche in time for their big race against Richard’s new $200,000 Porsche Turbo S.
As Richard gets ready to gamble selling a million dollars worth of cars at Barrett-Jackson, last-minute problems with their ’55 Chevy threaten to keep him from taking it to auction.
Banking on a speedy build because of all the aftermarket parts available for G-body cars, Aaron bets Richard he can finish a 1980 El Camino in three weeks instead of four.
After Aaron bets Richard that the Monkeys would be able to finish building a 1980 El Camino one week ahead of schedule, last-minute problems threaten to push them past their deadline.
Richard and Aaron set an ambitious deadline of just six weeks to turn an old ’49 Chevy pickup into a show-quality truck in time to debut at the big Lone Star Throwdown.
Richard and Aaron’s goal of turning an old ’49 Chevy pickup into a show-quality truck comes down to the wire as they race to finish it in time to debut at the Lone Star Throwdown.
With Aaron off on vacation, Richard tasks the Monkeys with giving the Gas Monkey treatment to the first car he ever owned back in high school, a vomit green '74 Mercury Comet.
Aaron quits Gas Monkey just as Richard agrees to a drag strip showdown with Big Chief of Street Outlaws, leaving the Monkeys to build a race car on their own at the same time he's challenged to his own race against another set of Outlaws.
With race day against the Street Outlaws fast approaching, Aaron struggles to get his BMW ready on his own while Richard faces potential disaster when the Challenger crashes on its final test run.