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Remember that cherished vintage car that's been collecting dust just waiting for a little love? "Garage Squad" rescues weekend mechanics who perhaps lack the time, resources or simple know-how to get their "project" autos road-worthy again. National Hot Rod Association world champion driver Bruno Massel, co-host Heather Storm and lead mechanic Joe Zolper bring expertise, parts and tools as they crash the garages of amateurs who are in over their heads under the hood. After working alongside the owners to ensure the perfect vehicular vision, the squad returns the completed cars for an emotional reuniting of man and machine.

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The crew tries to rescue a 1968 Chevy Camaro 327 convertible that needs an overhaul from bumper to bumper.
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A woman turns to the crew for help when she can't locate the parts or funds necessary to repair her 1956 Cadillac Coupe de Ville.
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The Garage Squad needs some divine intervention to get this pastor's hulk of a '74 Bronco out of garage hell.
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Best friends from high school spent their youth wrenching on Mopars together instead of playing video games; now young men, they are back together with the Squad to rescue a '71 Dodge Dart.
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A vandalized 1969 Chevrolet Camaro attempts to make a comeback after 27 years on blocks.
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A gift from his soon-to-be wife, this disaster of a '75 Corvette has been sitting in pieces in this police officer's garage for 15 years; the Garage Squad works to get this cop's Corvette back in high speed pursuit.
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Two brothers bring in a Chevrolet Tri-Five that has been in their family for decades but has not moved in 17 years; the Squad attempts to get the vehicle back on the road.
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A race against time to take a shell of a 1970 Duster and get it ready to be the VIP at the owners upcoming wedding.
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After a devastating engine fire and the onset of some serious health issues, the owner of a 1966 Ford Fairlane dreams of having his beauty rumble back to life.
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A farm family tries to save its grandfather's cherished 1950 Ford F3 that has been sitting in a barn for 47 years.
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After an American hero loses his battle with PTSD, the Squad teams up with his father to restore the 1968 Chevrolet Malibu his son bought on eBay while deployed in Iraq.
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The crew attempts to take a 1967 Chevrolet Nova nostalgia funny car down the track as a memorial to the owner's late father.
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The Squad tries to resurrect a Mustang for the owner's wife while also struggling to get a GTO street legal.
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Once a quarter-mile drag racer, a 1968 Pontiac GTO that has been sitting in a garage for over two decades is prepared for a second act as a family cruiser.
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After a terrible tragedy, getting a 1967 4x4 outside and into the mud means a lot to a family.
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The new owner of a 1965 Chevy Impala scraps plans to restore the vehicle to its former glory due to a shortage of time and money.
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The Garage Squad revisits the golden age of drag racing with a 1956 Chevrolet gasser.
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The team tries to solve the mystery of a mouse-infested 1972 Oldsmobile Cutlass.
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A man who regretted giving up his 1966 Chevrolet Nova purchases another one years later, but what starts out as a dream car soon gathers dust.
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The owner of a 1963 Split Window Corvette attends dozens of swap meets searching for the parts needed to rebuild his car.
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Problems arise when the team attempts to restore a 1952 Chevy pickup.

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