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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'."

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Four gears are better than two, so the crew takes the old two-speed Powerglide out of a '67 Chevy Camaro and installs a Muncie four speed.
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An MGB equipped with a Ford Ranger engine isn't running the correct fuel setup; the crew tackles that problem and tries to get the old car back on the road for the first time in years.
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This mid-engine classic needs to get back on the road; the crew goes through the engine to see if it needs a rebuild, then overhauls the fuel delivery system to get this build over some major hurdles.
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The team brings in a stock supercharged CTS-V and converts it to twin turbos; they put an intake manifold where the supercharger was, and then put in a new exhaust that includes turbos.
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The crew diagnoses and fixes some problems on a Dodge Avenger; they demonstrate how to know when motor mounts are bad, and how to easily fix a cracked bumper.
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A '69 Mustang with a supercharged stroker engine is in need of more throttle response, so the team bolts on a new EFI system; once that's mounted and a new fuel pump is installed, there is no hiding the extra boost.
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The girls find a stock AMG E 55 and do some European hot rodding; to get the AMG ready to roll, they put on a smaller pulley to get the supercharger to spin faster, bolt on some long tube headers, and load in a tune.
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The crew finally talks a Camaro owner into swapping out his underpowered 305 small block for an overpowered 383 that will make 450hp.
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A 2003 BMW 325i needs a new timing chain and has a parasitic electrical draw; each of these issues requires special tools to fix, but they're nothing the team can't handle.
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A 1971 Oldsmobile Cutlass has a few issues with leaks and power loss. The crew tracks down the problems, and then converts the transmission from automatic to manual so the owner can drive a classic as it was meant to be enjoyed.
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The owner of a 2018 Kia Stinger GT wants some aftermarket goodies installed; the crew makes this beast into a monster with upgraded exhaust, a new cold-air intake and a couple of other surprises.
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The gang brings a 1976 J10 into the garage for comparison as they personalize a 2020 Jeep Gladiator for a customer.
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One of the lifters in a 1971 Chevy Camaro has stopped working; the team will have to remove the engine in order to upgrade the camshaft, lifters, bearings, and timing chain before putting it all back together.
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A 1971 Pontiac LeMans is brought into the shop with an overheating issue; the crew will upgrade the car's radiator and add electric fans, then go to work replacing some worn interior parts as well.
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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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The girls do a top-end rebuild, install an EFI, and put the factory side exhaust back on a 1969 Corvette.
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The gang installs upgrades to a 2017 Ford Mustang GT they find for an empty-nester mom who is looking for some excitement in her life.

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