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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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The Monkeys race to finish their first big build without Aaron; Richard tries to unload his '65 Shelby Mustang GT with a frozen engine.
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The Monkeys put the pedal to the metal in their final attempt to finish the 1972 Buick Riviera super-build in time for SEMA; the team's integrity is on the line, and $300,000 has been invested, so failure is not an option.
aired 52 days ago
The Gas Monkeys face a NASCAR double-header beginning with a fire-breathing 1952 Chevy Coupe build they plan to debut at Kennedale Speedway; next, the guys hit the big time sponsoring NASCAR driver Corey LaJoie at Texas Speedway.
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Richard Rawlings and the band of Monkeys go deep into Gas Monkey Garage history; includes rare moments and cringe-worthy events as Richard and the Monkeys take on the Misfits of "Misfit Garage: Fired Up" in the first-ever Gas Monkey Games.
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Richard Rawlings and the Gas Monkeys battle numerous setbacks, including an act of God, as they race to finish their old-time NASCAR tribute build; an old friend talks Richard into working on a dubious classic, a 1985 Zimmer.
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It's a double-barreled blast of NASCAR as Richard Rawlings and the Gas Monkeys dive into stock car racing; first, they turn a 1952 Chevy Coupe into a fire-breathing dirt track racer, and then Richard partners with NASCAR royalty.
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The Monkeys raise the bar at Gas Monkey Garage with a mind-blowing super-build they plan to debut at SEMA.
aired 65 days ago
The Monkeys continue their work on "The Brady Bunch" station wagon commissioned by actor Barry Williams; Richard and his crew must thwart the curse of the Tiki idol if they want to meet Barry's expectations before the car's debut on HGTV.
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Actor Barry Williams hires Richard and his crew to build "The Brady Bunch" station wagon for an HGTV event that's only 30 days away; the project hits a few snags after a Tiki idol is found in the backseat.
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The Monkeys find themselves in a hot-rod dilemma when their 1950s flat-head isn't tailor-made for their 1933 Ford pickup, as a looming deadline approaches; Richard travels west to buy a far-out 1970s van, and the garage heads to Monster Jam.
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Richard Rawlings makes Brian Bass an offer he can't refuse to turn his antique Ford into the ultimate Gas Monkey shop truck; Richard is seeing green over a 1970 Cuda, but transit trouble has the rest of the Monkeys seeing red.
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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 Rawlings and the Monkeys forge gear-head history, packing a 1979 Scout with a 707 horsepower Hellcrate engine and scoring a record-breaking payday; after the Feds bust its owner, Richard may pony up to reclaim his old Ferrari Dark Horse.
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Actor Chad McQueen hands a huge challenge to Richard Rawlings and the Monkeys, asking them to take a 1968 Fastback Mustang and turn it into the iconic muscle car for a recreation of Steve McQueen's iconic chase scene from the movie, "Bullitt."
aired 66 days ago
Actor Barry Williams ("The Brady Bunch") hires Richard and the Monkeys to build a Brady-style station wagon for an HGTV special; with only 30 days and several mishaps along the way, the revamped 1969 Plymouth Satellite may not make the deadline.
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The Monkeys prepare Richard's beloved 1968 Mustang for the prestigious Shelby Mustang Meet; Richard buys a one-of-a-kind van once owned by a Mopar icon.
aired 115 days ago
Richard Rawlings and the Monkeys forge gear-head history, packing a 1979 Scout with a 707 horsepower Hellcrate engine and scoring a record-breaking payday; after the Feds bust its owner, Richard may pony up to reclaim his old Ferrari Dark Horse.
aired 121 days ago
Actor Chad McQueen hands a huge challenge to Richard Rawlings and the Monkeys, asking them to take a 1968 Fastback Mustang and turn it into the iconic muscle car for a recreation of Steve McQueen's iconic chase scene from the movie, "Bullitt."
aired 121 days ago
Actor Chad McQueen hands a huge challenge to Richard Rawlings and the Monkeys, asking them to take a 1968 Fastback Mustang and turn it into the iconic muscle car for a recreation of Steve McQueen's iconic chase scene from the movie, "Bullitt."
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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.
aired 142 days ago
KC's broken-down 1955 Ford Customline gets a new lease on life, and Richard tries to flip it to businessman Mark Cuban; Richard gambles on recouping his losses with a 1960 Bel Air; the crew turns around an ugly 1971 Chevy Kingwood station wagon.

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