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Car builder Nate Boyer wants to expand his thriving restoration/modification business, but is he barking up the wrong tree by opening "The Doghouse"? The new venture, as detailed in the reality series "Gear Dogs," brings together auto mechanics and hobbyists who are willing to test their skills customizing rides like a '67 Plymouth Belvedere, 1980 Jeep Honcho, and a 1956 Chevy Nomad. The candidates, aka "Dogs," use Nate's space, equipment and know-how in exchange for him receiving a cut of the profits after the finished cars are sold. Beyond Nate taking a chance with unfamiliar personnel, can he balance two shops and turn the Doghouse into a success?

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Shane's dream to be back in the Doghouse comes true when he and Nate partner on one of the rarest gems out there: a 1956 Chevy Nomad.
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Shane's dream to flip his 1957 Chevy 210 Wagon for top dollar turns into a nightmare when the rusted car literally falls apart in the Doghouse.
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Nate teams up with Pat, a longtime Doghouse renter, to tackle a cool but complicated flip: a Hemi swap on a rare 1980 J10 Jeep Honcho.
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Fabian and Amy surprise Nate with a 1948 bread truck flip; mechanical problems and a showdown over the bread truck put the future of the build at risk.
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Chris Goodall camps at night and by day builds a '70 Chevy C-10 with a pal; when his partner leaves, Chris must finish and flip the car with Nate.
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Nate Boyer bets on a guy with a '67 Belvedere as his first partner in the new community garage.

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