It's the beginning of a new era at Gas Monkey Garage as Richard puts the Monkeys in charge of hot-rodding a '73 Chevy P30 Step Van for their first big build without Aaron.
As the Monkeys and guest builder Big Mike race to get their '75 Datsun 280Z ready, a missing part may stop Richard from debuting Gas Monkeys first-ever tuner car at SEMA.
Richard brings in Gas Monkey's first ever guest builder as Dallas hot-rodder Brian Bass teams up with the Monkeys to build a '60's style hot rod out of a '34 Ford Coupe.
As the Monkeys and guest builder Brian Bass go over schedule on their '34 Ford Coupe, Richard strikes a deal to feature the car in Hot Rod Magazine if it can be finished in time.
Richard's gamble of building a '59 Ford F-100 on spec for Shiner Beer may payoff to the tune $150,000, but only if they like the final result.
Richard's plan for a straightforward upgrade on a '62 Ford Galaxie goes south when the Monkeys discover the worst body panel they've ever seen after it returns from sandblasting.
A series of bad decisions on their '62 Galaxie build by the Monkeys could jeopardize Richard's plan to take it to auction.
Brian Bass rejoins the Gas Monkey crew as Richard plans to resurrect the iconic '92 Chevy 3500 Dually known as the "Krew Kut" in time to reveal it at the Lone Star Throwdown.
It's a double-barreled blast of NASCAR as Richard Rawlings and the Gas Monkeys dive into stock car racing. First they turn a '52 Chevy Coupe into a fire-breathing dirt track racer and then Richard partners with NASCAR royalty.
Richard Rawlings and the Gas Monkeys battle numerous setbacks including an act of God as they race to finish their old-time NASCAR tribute build. Then an old friend talks Richard into working on a dubious "classic," an '85 Zimmer.