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Richard Rawlings and Aaron Kaufman deal in rusty gold. The proprietors of Gas Monkey Garage in Dallas buy, restore and resell forgotten, derelict American cars, everything from 1931 Model A cars to '73 Trans Ams. As "Fast N' Loud" shows, Rawlings is the mastermind, a deal-maker with an eye for relics worth their efforts, and to find them the guys search barns, fields and auctions across the U.S. Kaufman manages most restorations. He's a fabricator and self-taught mechanic, whose techniques and design skills first endeared him to Rawlings and kick-started the partnership. At the end of Season 12, that partnership ended when Kaufman exited Gas Monkey, leaving Rawlings as the series' sole star.

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Richard and the Monkeys mess around at Gas Monkey Garage, checking out builds like the 4x4 Camaro and the Firebirds 1 and 2.
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The Monkeys race to finish their Buick Indy Racer for a deep-pocket client; a collector wheels and deals for Richard's 1975 Datsun 280-Z and Brian Bass reveals upcoming changes at Gas Monkey Garage.
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Richard and Aaron have different ideas for a rare 1932 Ford and a 1964 Econoline van.
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Richard stretches Gas Monkey's style by turning a 1978 Ford Fairmont into a mirrored drift car; Richard restores a rare 1967 Corvette.
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The Gas Monkey crew handles a rare, delicate and flammable Woodill Wildfire with kid gloves; Richard enters a demolition derby.
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The Gas Monkey crew tries to "knock the ugly" out of a 1948 Chevy Fleetmaster; a 1963 Caddy worthy of "Scarface."
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Reviving a rusty and rat-filled 1959 Rambler to its former glory; a Willys Coupe Gasser may have a connection to a legendary drag racing team.
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Richard and the Monkeys push to finish Kurt Busch's custom '72 Pantera in time for his grudge race against fellow NASCAR superstar Joey Logano and his Factory 5 Shelby Daytona.
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After 2017 Daytona 500 winner Kurt Busch makes a surprise visit to Gas Monkey, Richard strikes a deal to build him a '72 Pantera to race against fellow NASCAR champion Joey Logano.
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Richard builds a 2013 COPO Camaro from the wheels up; Aaron ignores the Model A to work on his own dream vehicle.
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The crew help out a widow by buying her husband's Ford `32 Cabriolet; a `62 Corvette is rescued from a dilapidated garage; Richard makes a big announcement.
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Engine issues for the '68 Shelby; Richard flips the '66 Lotus and Amphicar; a classic Ford comes to the garage.
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The crew undertakes the restoration of a '68 Shelby Mustang; Tom and Jordan buy junkers from tourists; Richard and KC make a deal on a Lotus Cortina.
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Aaron overrides Richard's instructions for a Mustang Fastback; a Boss 429 Mustang; a rusty Jaguar E-Class.
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The crew struggles to finish the '64 Dodge truck; Richard flips a '52 Chevy; Richard digs out an Oldsmobile Delta '88 he forgot he bought.
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Richard and Aaron pick up a 1964 Dodge Sweptline that's a mishmash of parts; a 1932 Ford Roadster rolls in, and it's up to Christie to seal the deal with the prospective buyer; KC hits the road with Richard to buy a 1965 Mustang.
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Richard and Aaron bring a 1958 Corvette home; Christie gambles on a 1965 Thunderbird; model Alloy Ash fires up her welding torch.
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A side trip to Las Vegas nets Richard and Aaron Evel Knievel's Messerschmitt microcar; Richard buys a 1973 Dodge Challenger and a 1967 Corvette Stingray.
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Richard trades his friend a 1958 Impala for a 1967 Mustang; Aaron and the crew rush to the scene of a Gas Monkey accident.
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The Monkeys race to be the first ever to drop a Hellcat motor in their 1979 International Scout and fulfill hot-rodder Richard's quest to fetch a world record for the most expensive ever sold; Richard urges a friend to buy a 1963 Stingray.
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Richard quickly realizes the crew is behind and must finish the 1931 Chopped Model A in 10 days; Richard and Dennis argue over a special find.

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