A night of muscle cars includes a dusty 1967 Camaro, a highly modified '62 Corvette, and a well-loved '73 Dodge Charger with a passionate owner. Randy Carlson inspects one of three remaining Keller Super Chiefs.
A 1950s Divco milk van leaves appraiser Todd Wertman speechless. Addison inspects a highly customized 1953 Buick Roadmaster and a 1964 ambulance/hearse combo. A 1926 Model T has an amazing story to tell.
Appraiser Nick Smith evaluates a 1981 Pontiac Bonneville wagon and a hot pink 1967 Ford Mustang. A 1973 Cadillac El Dorado has an impressive Indy 500 pedigree. Randy Carlson's evaluation of a 1986 Toyota Pickup brings the owner to his knees.
Appraiser Randy Carlson's encyclopedic knowledge of unusual cars is put to the test by a 1961 Ford. A 1937 Dodge is part of Bay Area history. Todd Wertman turns a 1965 Ford inside out during his investigation.
A 1966 Chevy Corvette receives an unexpected appraisal estimate. Randy unravels the mystery behind a 1970 VW Dune Buggy. A 1957 Plymouth inspired by the movie "Christine" undergoes inspection.
The owner of a 1929 Dodge hot rod thinks it's worth $200,000. Randy examines a 1967 Mitsubishi De-Luxe, a rare import tiny car. A grandma with a need for speed revs up her 1972 Ford Maverick for Nick.
A car designer believes his custom-built concept car is worth $250,000. Addison reviews a drag-racing 1967 Chevelle. Randy inspects a 1955 Dodge Lancer that came with unique accessories.
A 1966 Batmobile replica features rocket launchers. Nick examines a street legal WWII tank. A 1958 Oldsmobile wagon is lost and then found again.
Porsche specialist Todd Wertman is intrigued by a 1969 912 Targa. Randy appraises a legendary 1950 American speedster. Could a 1963 For Cayuse stump Addison?
The owner of a 1929 Dodge hot rod thinks it's worth over $200k. Randy appraises a 1950 vehicle considered the most collectible car in the world. A 1957 Nash Metro tests Nick's knowledge of American cars and sports.
Nick appraises a 1948 Bentley possibly linked to a Hollywood legend. Addison takes a hard look at a "Gone In 60 Seconds" tribute Mustang. Todd inspects a classic 1957 Chevy Bel Air.
Randy enjoys the restoration of a 1915 Model T done by 15 year old Olivia and her dad. Mythbuster Tory Belleci shows off his '73 Camaro that put the myth that cars can run on moonshine to the test and Todd has a surprise in store for him
Randy makes the call on whether an owner is right about J. Edgar Hoover's bulletproof Cadillac limo, which he claims is worth $3-4 million. Todd goes toe to toe with the owner of a 1910 Oakland Roadster.