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Velocity's series "Dallas Car Sharks" follows all the drama and action at an auto auction in Texas. Enthusiasts around the country gather to participate in car-flipping and to bid against one another for the chance to score some incredible vehicles. In each episode, tempers and rivalries ignite as the thrill of the bid takes over, fueling each buyer to outbid and outbuy competitors. The real work begins after they win when they discover what's really under the hood and just how good their skills are.

Latest episodes

aired 40 days ago
Martha views a 1964 Chevrolet Corvair Rampside as a moneymaking party bus; JD hopes to win a 1966 Chevy C10 truck; a 1994 Land Rover Defender fetches high bids.
aired 255 days ago
A 1961 Chevy Apache is brought back to life; JD rebuilds a Renegade and pranks the buyer; Ash hopes to quickly flip a Toyota truck.
aired 255 days ago
Tommy beefs up an anemic Jeep; Martha spends big to resurrect a 1963 Ford Ranchero; Ash hopes to locate a special Hemi.
aired 262 days ago
A 2007 BMW Alpina B7 holds a secret for Ash; Tommy transforms a Toyota Land Cruiser; JD hopes to flip a Z28 for a quick profit; Martha scores a 1961 Chevy Corvair.
aired 262 days ago
Martha flips a gem from the prewar era; Ash's custom truck comes with some unpleasant revelations; Tommy acts like a rock star; JD transforms a 1966 Mustang.
aired 269 days ago
Martha picks up a 1966 Beetle; JD transforms a 5.0 Mustang; a beefy 1985 Suburban contains a surprise in the back; Ash locates a 1988 Alfa Romeo convertible that's missing a seat.
aired 269 days ago
Martha works on a 1969 Barracuda; Tommy uncovers a loaded 1965 El Camino; JD picks up a 1978 Trans Am.
aired 465 days ago
Tommy purchases a monster truck with suspension troubles; J.D.'s Camaro needs new paint; Martha buys a 1964 Thunderbird with a surprise under the seat.
aired 472 days ago
Martha takes a gamble on a vintage Harley-Davidson; Ash empties his wallet for a 1984 Mercedes-Benz 380SL roadster; JD scores a classic beauty, then gives her up.
aired 479 days ago
Tommy buys a 1999 Prowler; a 1969 Camaro SS reveals its stubborn side; JD lands a BMW with bling; Martha has big plans for a beat-up Chevy Silverado.
aired 486 days ago
JD scores a 1977 Jeep CJ5 with a surprise under the hood; Tommy purchases a 1994 Hummer H1; Martha's newly acquired 1985 Dodge Ram needs plenty of work.
aired 487 days ago
Tommy hopes to transform a 1951 Chevrolet Fleetline into a custom hot rod; JD scores a 1985 Chevy mud bogging truck; the Sharks determine who is the fastest driver.
aired 487 days ago
Martha lands a 2000 Ford Crown Victoria police cruiser with a secret; Ash's 1968 Pontiac GTO stalls on the drive home; Tommy gambles on a 2007 Dodge Ram with a broken odometer.

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