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Dan Short fell in love with cars when he first laid eyes on a 1967 Camaro. He bought a used model as a teenager, but because he couldn't pay someone else to restore it, he learned how to do the work himself. After a stint in the Army, Short decided to make his passion for classic cars his life's work, and FantomWorks was born. Today the Norfolk, Va., company is the largest auto restoration shop in the U.S., and this reality series shows how Short and his team meticulously refurbish some of America's favorite rides. Drama ensues in the form of personality clashes, cost overruns, irate customers and other issues, which are compounded by Short's reputation as a straight shooter who won't accept substandard results.

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Arnold brings Dan two interlocking projects; he wants FantomWorks to transform his 1946 Ford Panel Wagon into a classic tour-mobile, and he also wants Dan to fix the 1941 Harley Flathead motorcycle that will ride in the back.
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Jay brings Dan a 2012 Camaro ZL1 with poor performance and a blown supercharger; Terry wants Dan to complete a high-powered restomod of a 1931 Landau Phaeton, but the car arrives with mismatched parts and a junkyard engine.
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A couple want to drive their 1967 Amphicar on land and water, but the hydrid boat-car has problems; an ultrarare Austin 10-4 that hasn't ran in years needs to be ready for a major car show in just four days.
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Kolin asks Dan to repair his smashed-up 1973 Corvette, but Dan finds major problems that existed before the accident; Jim wants Dan to build him an asphalt-crushing 1970 Challenger convertible by adding a 426 Hemi.
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The crew finishes the build of the ultimate Mustang Sleeper for Antonio and Andres - a California Special powered by a Coyote Aluminator; Phil wants a '49 Chevy pick-up like the one he rode in as a child, but the truck is a disassembled puzzle.
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Arthur wants FantomWorks to make his 1967 Cyclone with 400,000 miles on it better than new; Antonio and his cousin, Andres, challenge Dan to build the fastest Mustang CS in Mexico.
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Dave traded for his dream '57 Corvette over three decades ago, but his plans to build it have, so far, come to nothing; Ken picked a rare 1954 Kaiser Darrin from his father's collection and hopes FantomWorks can reverse the hands of time.
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Larry wants to drive his uncle's '59 Cadillac DeVille, but the car has spent decades baking in the Arizona sun; Brian spent years gathering parts to restore his grandfather's '60 Bel Air only to find that he's still missing critical components.
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A customer wants FantomWorks to swap out his 1968 Mustang convertible's V6 with the V8 from a donor car, but the exchange is easier said than done; Dan attempts to transform a troublesome 1962 Citroen into a reliable ride.
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Dan thinks that Mickey's 1970 Chevelle is perfect, but Mickey wants them to tear it apart and upgrade everything; Thom's 1963 Studebaker is a project car with leaks, bad parts, and failing safety systems.
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Dan and the team must prepare a 1968 Fastback and a 1964 Corvette for the prestigious SEMA show within a crushing time frame.
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Dan realizes that a 1971 Ford Mustang Mach 1 has been treated like a vehicle in "The Dukes of Hazzard"; a 1952 Mercury Woodie restomod requires work.
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Dan envisions a GTO-Thunderbird combo for a customer who desires a 1956 "baby bird" restomod that drives like a sports car; an award-winning 1937 Volvo is damaged by a falling shelf.
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Chris asks FantomWorks to breathe new life into a 1951 Mercury Woody that was sitting in a chicken coop for thirty years; Dan's 1970 Mustang Boss arrives with a long list of problems and the speed of a sea slug.
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A 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air purchased sight unseen turns out to be a rusted piece of junk; a disabled driver who loves to go fast is saddled with an unimpressive 1969 Dodge Super Bee.
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David is a Volkswagen fanatic who wants a 1967 Beetle that can outmatch muscle cars; Robert wants a widened 1967 Corvette supercar, but first FantomWorks have to undo the bad repairs from at least three fiberglass rending accidents.
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Dan must undo numerous bad repairs on a 1968 Ford Mustang for Kansas City Royals pitcher Tim Collins; a World War II veteran seeks to get his beloved 1950 Willys Jeep back on the road.
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A modified 1965 Chevrolet Impala looks cool but is impossible to drive; a 1967 Corvette arrives with a massive list of repairs that needs to be done.
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A man hopes to have a 1953 Chevy pickup restored for his wife, but the job proves bigger than expected; Dan is asked to fix up a rare 1939 LaSalle showing signs of old age.
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Dan faces an uphill battle as he tackles a 1968 Ford Mustang California Special that is riddled with rust; Dan cannot locate the parts needed to restore a 1970 Opel Kadett.
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Problems with a 1963 Willys Jeep Fleetvan run deeper than the seams hidden beneath inches of filler; a man wants his Z28 to be a driver, but the former drag race car has never been out of second gear.

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