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A scrappy team of friends and relic-hunting rookies tries to break out among seasoned pros and establish a car-flipping business in a remote region of the Pacific Northwest. Joined by best friend Niko Weaver, entrepreneurial brothers Carlos and Pedro Becerra scour the mountains, forests and farmlands of Northwest Washington for the holy grails of American muscle cars that have been left for dead. Once the hidden gems are recovered, the team transports them back to their shop to access the damage before the down-and-dirty revitalization work begins.

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Carlos purchases a '57 GMC big window truck and finds a buyer who wants it quickly turned into a low-riding hot rod; in order to offset costs for the huge job, Carlos buys an oddly decorated '64 Impala as a quick flip.
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Carlos and his crew use a drone to locate a treasure trove of classic vehicles in a remote wooded area; Carlos has five weeks to turn a 1970 'Cuda into a $65,000 real-life Hot Wheels car.
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The guys visit an island in search of treasure, and strike gold- a 1955 Bel Air; the condition is rough, but could be a six figure sell in the end; Carlos locks in a high-end buyer who could make or break his business.
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Carlos buys a 1968 Mustang convertible and anticipates an easy build, but it quickly turns out to be anything but; Carlos luckily finds a buyer, but he wants a Shelby tribute Mustang, which is nothing like what Carlos and the crew had in mind.

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