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Richard Rawlings, the star of Discovery Channel's hit series "Fast N' Loud," knows what it takes to turn a dream into a full-fledged business empire. From the ground up, he built Dallas-based Gas Monkey Garage into a world-famous car restoration shop, gaining invaluable experience along the way. Now, Rawlings is ready to pass along that knowledge to help struggling garages in desperate need of transformation. Joined by project manager Russell J. Holmes and garage designer Chris Stephens, Richard takes on seemingly impossible challenges -- dealing with out-of-touch owners, lazy employees, bad workflow and significant construction issues -- and uses his entrepreneurial savvy, deep knowledge of the auto industry, and multifaceted marketing skills to produce profitable businesses. Russell gets the rehabs done on time and on budget, while Chris implements Richard's vision for the shop.

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Richard and his crew battle the rain, make transformative renovations, and tame a wildcard hotrod shop owner in a Los Angeles garage.
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Richard and his crew renovate a shop in Roanoke, Texas, and break the owner of his hoarding ways.
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Richard and his crew have less than a week to completely overhaul a Dallas automotive garage and teach the owner some new tricks.
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Richard uses his time, money, and resources to help an up-and-coming motorcycle shop in Jackson, MS; he and his crew have less than a week to completely overhaul the shop.
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Richard helps a fellow hot rod enthusiast in Nashville, Tennessee.
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Richard commits to rehabbing a 4x4 shop in New Caney, TX, and must teach the owners some new skills that will expand their small business.
aired 63 days ago
Richard, Russell, and Chris drop in on their most recent rehabs to see who has taken the lead and turned things around and who has fallen back into old habits.
aired 70 days ago
Richard has just seven days to finish the renovation of a non-profit garage that trains veterans; to get the job done in time, he flies in a friend to help out.
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Richard and his team head to Sturgis, S.D., to rescue a family-run garage, convenience store and service station; the guys race to complete their most complex rehab to date in time for a grand re-opening.
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Richard and his team set out to rehab the filthiest and most outdated shop they've ever seen, with an owner who has lost pride in his business and himself.
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Richard and his crew rehab a smog shop in Bakersfield, Calif., and help the owner come up with new ways to make money.
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In Tampa, Fla., Richard and his team toss a lifeline to a custom motorcycle shop drowning in debt, clutter and broken equipment; re-imagining the garage as a three part shop, Richard puts the business on track to becoming its own unique brand.
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Richard Rawlings helps rebuild Keys Customs in Key West, Fla., which was devastated by Hurricane Irma; the crew has one week to turn this garage around.
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Richard commits $300,000 to Northrich Collision, the biggest build in "Garage Rehab" history; problems arise as Russell and Chris find themselves in the middle of a family feud.
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Richard and his crew head out to Phoenix to help Fly-N-Hi, a once-legendary 4x4 shop, keep its doors open.
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Richard, Russell and Chris hit the road and surprise the rehabbed garage owners to see how they're doing.
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Richard and crew struggle to turn around a huge 8,000 square foot speed shop in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
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Richard checks out an ATV shop in Louisiana, but is rejected; Richard goes to Oklahoma, where he considers rehabbing a local tuning shop that's barely paying the bills.

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