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Jimmy de Ville, Ant Partridge and Helen Stanley attempt to revive the classic British engineering company Goblin Works by overseeing unique "resto-mod" car and motorcycle builds. Combining their divergent skills, the craftspeople -- who also serve as series' hosts -- revive some of the world's best known cars and bikes by adhering to wacky, daring designs. The trio tackle each complicated project with an eye on expanding a new British business and brand, and the results are a unique collection built from a pure passion for engineering, speed, custom design and individuality.

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Jimmy brings a turbo-charged Porsche 944 into the shop and the crew gets to work preparing it for the track.
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Helen turns up at the workshop in a Volvo 245 for a rock-star client, but Volvo Jimmy and Ant are unimpressed.
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Jimmy decides it's time for the team travel across the pond to launch their assault on the American custom scene.
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Mustang Jimmy arrives at the workshop with a classic 1965 racing Ford Mustang; Ant blew up the car's engine on the drag strip a year ago, and the owner wasn't best pleased.
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Jimmy is less than impressed when Helen turns up with a boxy BMW E30 from the 1980s on the back of a trailer.
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The team picks holes in Jimmy's rusty original Mini Clubman which he plans to rebuild from the ground up.
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The Series II Land Rover is loved the world over, but the Goblin team change that iconic shape forever as they 'slam it to the weeds'.
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Jimmy de Ville works on a motorsport legend, the Escort Mk2 rally car; when he finds a rust-free South African import, the team take this custom build sideways.
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The rubber bumper MG of the 1980s was an ugly duckling, but the team see potential in this British sportscar; using the elegant stripped back 'speedster' look as their inspiration, they transform a dull roadster to create a radical new shape.
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The Z car is the grandfather of the 'fast and furious' street racing scene, the car which kicked off the Japanese sportscar story; the team get hold of a USA import and do a complete rebuild.
aired 24 days ago
When a Ford Capri rolls into the garage, the Goblin team add a 5 liter, 2017 Mustang engine; Ant and Helen are getting tattoos.
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When Ant arrives unexpectedly with a '58 Apache, expect trouble; it is a monster of a truck, but the Goblin team want to take it further by giving the whole body a huge lift to make it the meanest looking pick-up on the planet.

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