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Ladies, start your engines! "All Girls Garage" taps into the expertise of three women repairing cars and motorcycles in a shop setting. The "girls" are certified mechanic Sarah Lateiner, who goes by the nickname "Bogi"; TV host and motorsports reporter Cristy Lee; and automotive programming host and executive producer Rachel De Barros. Velocity says the women approach complex projects -- from upgrading the RAM Air on a rare Pontiac GTO Judge, to installing an exhaust system on a V10 Audi, to repairing a Suzuki Hyabusa motorcycle -- that rival those undertaken by their male counterparts in order to prove they have what it takes to run a female-dominated car shop. Older episodes feature fabricator Jessi Combs, probably best-known to viewers from her co-hosting stint on the car-restoration series "Overhaulin'."

Latest episodes

aired 2 days ago
Bogi finds an M-3 BMW she wants to buy for herself; the AGG Team will need to rebuild the brakes, bleed the clutch, install a new radiator and rework the front-end with new headlights.
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The girls bring back a vintage Jeepster Commando and convert its vintage brakes from drum to disc.
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A 1989 Toyota Supra has twin turbos and a potent straight 6 engine; the girls will switch out the twin turbos for a single and get more power out of the 1JZ motor; Faye's windshield gets rescued from a rock chip that could be disastrous.
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A 1966 Ford Mustang Coupe had an extensive renovation in 2009, but there are a few items that still need to be finished; the girls will address a couple of interior and exterior items to take this restoration project to the finish line.
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A 2005 Jeep TJ Wrangler Rubicon is in the All Girls Garage because its owner wants to be able to use it off-road; it will need a new long arm suspension kit, new roll cage and new tires.
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The girls tackle an incomplete, but drivable Pontiac GTO convertible by replacing the mechanics in the convertible top and putting on new exterior pieces.
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Addressing what type of maintenance is needed on a company's work truck; the girls demonstrate general maintenance, fix some broken items and give it an upgrade or two.
aired 45 days ago
The girls decide to add electronic fuel injection to a 1970s Lincoln to improve the fuel economy.
aired 51 days ago
The girls team up with Indy Car driver Ryan Hunter-Reay to design and build a new F150 that will be auctioned off to benefit the Cancer Research Foundation.
aired 52 days ago
The forgotten mustang is back and it's time to forget about the stock engine in the car; the All Girls Garage team pulls out this leaky 302 to put an upgraded 302 engine in that was dyno tested at 305 horsepower.
aired 54 days ago
The girls show how to retro fit a custom power steering setup on a Jeep that never had power steering.
aired 55 days ago
The owner of a Malibu Wagon is not shy about driving his car fast, he just needs some help with the steering setup before his next race day; the girls get rid of the outdated steering and put in an upgraded steering box and new steering accessories.
aired 56 days ago
The girls bring an old '65 Chevy C10 nicknamed Old Red and put on some new parts; the big job is installing a new all-electronic 4L60 E Transmission.
aired 57 days ago
The three-wheeled episode of "All Girls Garage"; a Polaris Slingshot and a Vanderhall to play with; both vehicles have car engines but are registered as motorcycles because of the three wheels.
aired 58 days ago
The girls take two Indian Scout Bobber motorcycles and build one with attitude and one with performance; at the end with only two bikes to ride, Rachel brings out a secret weapon.
aired 59 days ago
The girls have the task of finding the perfect car for a college student and getting it into shape before school starts.
aired 65 days ago
The owner of a '70s El Camino wants an interior makeover, so the girls get rid of the bench seat design and put in a set of new bucket seats with a center console.
aired 66 days ago
The women bring in a rare 1989 20th-anniversary Turbo Trans Am and knock off some wish-list items for its owner.
aired 72 days ago
The women take on a 1953 F100 that has a 1999 Ford Lightning chassis, and they do some build work to the interior, and then they get under the hood to get the truck running.
aired 73 days ago
Deciding whether fix a problem engine or throw in a new one; a 355 Crate engine for a '33 Ford Roadster.
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The AGG team takes a Scat Pack Challenger and adds a prototype twin turbo kit; the team then beefs up the rear-end with new axles.

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