Thomas and Tom pick up a rusted but original ’67 Chevelle to flip for money towards Sue Yu-Lan’s Martin’s ’56 Ford truck. Sue gets angry with the length of the build and brings Richard Rawlings into the fold.
The “Fired Up Garage” guys buy their next build: a ’69 Plymouth Satellite to turn it into a racer with a 750-hp big block 440 engine. Thomas Weeks has his eyes on a ’32 Ford Five-Window Body owned by Richard Rawlings.
The “Fired Up team attempts to finish the 1969 Plymouth Satellite after flaring tempers lead to a blow-up between Tom & Thomas. Thomas and Kevin are having a bad day pickin’ and are about to call it quits, until they come across a 1954 Ford F100.
Tom & Thomas buy a ’71 Pontiac GTO and it quickly becomes apparent that much of the body is rusted. Thomas visits Gas Monkey Garage looking to make a purchase from Richard. The Fired up team buys a ’41 Ford from a friend and make it their next big build.
The “Fired Up Garage” team teaches Thomas a lesson by taking the 1971 GTO to a field and crushing it with a tank. Thomas buys a 1941 Ford to turn it into a flaming blue hot rod as well as a food truck to kick start the dream of a Fired Up Garage empire!
Thomas Weeks & Tom Smith get a’57 Corvette for a bargain & help Sue Yu-Lan Martin purchase a ’56 Ford Truck that the “Fired Up Garage” will rebuild. Tom’s food truck arrives & Soup Bone drops the ball on parts as a new team member is brought on.
Soup Bone fails to get parts in time and pays the price. After weeks of delays the Misfits finish the ’57 Corvette and look for a big payday. Richard Rawlings casts doubts on whether the guys can make it a go with their Food Truck.
Having sold the ’57 Corvette for $80,000 the guys start on Sue Yu-Lan Martin’s ’56 Ford truck. The truck takes over 3 weeks to paint & Tom Smith has overspent,so he flips a ’55 Dodge Royal Lancer, flips the ‘64 Thunderbird, & even asks Sue for an advance.