"Fired Up Garage" goes to work on a ’67 Chevelle. The team also enters a demolition derby for publicity, running into former co-workers of the shop they were all fired from by Richard Rawlings and who they later find out is their new shop landlord.
'Fired Up Garage' struggles to deal with 'landlord' Richard Rawlings, as well as the completion of their first major build. Will theamazing ’67 Chevelle redo put "Fired Up Garage” on the map, ready to go toe-to-toe with Richard and “Gas Monkey Garage.”
Thomas makes a profit flipping a car Richard turned his nose up at. Meanwhile, Thomas and Scot pick up solid a ’57 Chevy for their next build. Later, the shop is threatened when a tree falls on it, ruining their office and crushing a customer’s truck.
Richard surprises FU garage with a rundown trailer as a replacement office. Scot has a buyer for the ’57 gasser and gives the crew a two-week deadline, but things come to a halt after Thomas builds an engine that’s unacceptable with the other partners.
The Misfits open house is shut down by Richard Rawlings.Thomas picks up a rare Ford Torino Cobra. Up a creek without a project car, the team hastily buys a ’65 Mustang fastback . Meanwhile, Thomas finds a ’69 Barracuda that he allows Tom to fix.
The Mustang comes back from paint and the guys get to work. A trip to Gas Monkey to use a tool costs them extra money when Richard catches them and invoices them. Things take a bigger turn for the worst when Soupbone gets white paint on the hood.