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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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A family does not have the time or mechanical know-how to keep its late beloved patriarch's 1964 Pontiac GTO from falling apart.
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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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A 5-year-old girl offers up her piggy bank to help get her father's 1968 Chevelle finished; the Squad let's her keep her money but thinks twice about accepting the job when they see what this car needs to get back on the road.
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The crew tries to rescue a 1949 Mercury that has been decaying in a garage for years due to its owner's myriad personal and family health problems.
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The team repays a disabled Vietnam combat veteran for his service to his country by rebuilding his 1970 Dodge Challenger.
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After two decades of birthdays, graduations and college, the owner of a '65 AC Cobra replica shifts his attention from the kids and grandkids to his other baby. He will need the Squad's help putting some bite back into this car.
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The Squad help update a man's 1971 Chevy Blazer after he neglected it to support his family during a tragic loss.
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A 1965 Chevy C10 was the perfect father-son project until the father tragically lost his son; the truck has sat in the garage ever since, and now the Squad steps in to help turn a place of sadness into one of renewed joy.
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A twist of fate reunites a man with a Dodge Li'l Red Express he once bought from his boss at a local pizza joint.
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A high-stakes rescue involves a 1985 Chevrolet Monte Carlo.
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The crew helps the Calumet City police rebuild a camper they use to deliver food and toys to needy families during the holidays.
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Having lost his gear-head father at a young age, a young man wants to finish what his dad couldn't; the '57 Gasser has been sitting for decades, but something else is also sitting next to it.
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An eighth-generation member of the Studebaker family buys a 1959 Studebaker pickup on eBay; the Squad discovers it has been turned into the mechanical black sheep of the family.
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This father-son project took a tragic turn to become a father-only project; the Garage Squad tackles this '70 Charger as a tribute car to the entire family.
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A very rare '70 'Cuda convertible has been sitting for over 10 years, slowly dying; the Garage Squad takes this amazing opportunity to help its cancer-surviving owner get this Mopar monster back on the road.
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Having fallen in love with this beat-up old '78 Chevy K20 as a teenager, this farm girl knew she had to have it; after a tough year, the Garage Squad is called on to help her and her truck start a new chapter in life.
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This Nova has been in the family for three generations and seen more that its share of rough patches; now the grandson is on a mission with the Garage Squad to bring it back to glory for Grandma.
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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 battered 1993 GMC Typhoon is saved from some crooked mechanics and its turbocharged bite is restored.
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The Garage Squad revisits the golden age of drag racing with a 1956 Chevrolet gasser.

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