Richard and his team head to Sturgis, South Dakota to rescue a family-run garage, convenience store and service station. It's a race to the finish as the guys try to complete their most complex rehab to date in time for a grand re-opening.
Richard and his crew head out to Phoenix, Arizona, to help Fly 'N Hi, a once-legendary 4x4 shop that is now struggling to keep the doors open.Richard sees the potential in reviving the 38-year old brand and allocates $225,000 to bring the shop back.
Richard commits $300,000 to the biggest build in Garage Rehab history: the 20,000 square-foot Northrich Collision. Problems arise as Russell and Chris find themselves in the middle of a family feud, and Richard works hard to turn this garage around.
Richard Rawlings gives $100,000 of his time, money and contacts to help rebuild Keys Customs in Key West, Florida. The shop was devastated by Hurricane Irma and now Hurricane Richard and his crew have one week to turn this garage around.
Richard Rawlings sees potential in the golf cart industry and is willing to try to turn the shop around. When permitting a historical building puts their plans to a halt and the owner doesn't pull his weight, Richard has second thoughts about the project.
Richard and his team take on their biggest challenge yet when they set out to rehab not just the filthiest, most outdated shop they've ever seen, but an owner who's lost pride in his business and himself.
Richard and his team toss a lifeline to a Tampa, Florida and a custom motorcycle shop drowning in debt, clutter, and broken equipment. Reimagining the garage as a three part shop, Richard puts the business on track to becoming its own unique brand.
Richard Rawlings and his rehab team take on a struggling custom hot rod shop in the wealthy Huntington Beach, CA. Richard has his work cut out not only in turning the shop around in less than a week but redirecting the scatterbrain owner's attention.
In the first part of a two-part episode, Richard Rawlings and his team take on their most meaningful project to date by rehabbing a floundering non-profit garage that trains military veterans for careers in auto repair.
Richard, Russell and Chris have 7 days to turn around the most important project Garage Rehab's ever taken on: American Warrior Garage, a veteran-run garage that teaches men and women transitioning out of service the skills they need to become successful.