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"It's Mopar or No Car" for Mark Worman and his Graveyard Carz ghouls. They're game for any repair or restoration job, as long as it's in the Mopar mold -- a Chrysler muscle car from the late 1960s or early '70s. The series follows the progress to get the racing classics -- some left for dead in a scrap heap -- across the proverbial finish line, which to muscle car specialist Worman means nothing less than perfect restorations. After all, too much beauty exists in quality Detroit automobiles to let them go to rust.

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Dougie does a deep dive when he completely builds out the rear end assembly for the 1969 GTX; Mark and George break out the hydraulics to reverse the damage done to Mark's newest acquisition; a Graveyard favorite returns.
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The 1970 Challenger in B7 Blue owned by the Amentinis is finished and ready to be revealed; witnessing every moment of its restoration, from dead to resurrected and detailed to the way it left the factory floor.
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Allysa and Dougie finish building out the 440 engine for the 1968 GTX currently in assembly; Allysa and Mark begin one of the most difficult decal applications, a White Billboard for the 1970 'Cuda Convertible.
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While the ghouls finish up the ornamentation and chrome moldings for the 1969 GTX, Cousin Dougie enlists the Greenhorn's help to disassemble the first 1970 Road Runner - with careful precision to hopefully find the car's broadcast sheet.
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Mark takes a road-trip to Boring, Ore., to look at a new restoration project; when it turns out to be an unusually well-preserved muscle-car, Mark must work outside his comfort zone to try to wheel and deal.
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The Graveyard is covered in an unexpected blanket of snow, prompting Mark to install its first mausoleum; the ghouls focus on a 1969 GTX, installing ornamentation and chrome; Mark takes over the airwaves to announce what he's building for SEMA.
aired 21 days ago
Mark and Allysa install the graphics on the '71 Plumb Crazy Challenger; the 1970 Lemon-Twist Roadrunner gets finished and readied for delivery to it's owner; Mark proposes what he thinks is a brilliant idea to the show's producers.
aired 22 days ago
Mark and the Ghouls race against the clock to finish some last-minute tasks on their various Mopar restorations before traveling north to judge a car show at Little Creek Casino.
aired 24 days ago
With SEMA around the corner, the ghouls work hard to complete Operation Firepower.
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Mark and the Ghouls get down to work like never before in order to get the A100 ready for SEMA, which is only weeks away; the Mopar Maniacs race to get brakes, suspension, bed sealer, tail lights and more done in time.
aired 24 days ago
With SEMA 2018 looming on the horizon, it's time to address the elephant in the room: Mark's 1964 A100 Hemi truck; The Little Dead Wagon, built as an homage to Bill Maverick's Little Red Wagon, gets new paint and a super powerful engine.
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SEMA is almost here but the iconic A100 still needs some buttoning up; installing all of the final components means it's all-hands-on-deck; the team heads to SEMA to roll the Little Dead Wagon over the red carpet for Mopar.
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Mark leaves Will in charge of the shop while working on his super-secret SEMA 2019 build; George and Dougie to begin the final assembly to the 1970 B7 Challenger while contending with Will; a 1970 'Cuda is prepped for its first-coat of Rallye Red.
aired 32 days ago
With Mark out looking at a potential new location for a Mopar car dealership, the Ghouls begin the drivetrain assemblies for a 1970 Lime Light Tribute Superbird and the 1970 Plum Crazy Challenger.
aired 33 days ago
Mark finishes the 440 4BBL for the 1970 Plum Crazy Challenger while master-assembler Dave begins working on the 1970 Lemon Twist Road Runner.
aired 34 days ago
The restoration of the screen-used, record-holding General Lee from the 2005 film "The Dukes of Hazzard" leads to a momentous reveal.
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At SEMA 2018, Mark was gifted the first third-generation 426 Hemi-Crate engine by Mopar, and now must decide which car he's going to install it in for SEMA 2019; Will begins paint-prep on a beautiful Rallye Red 1970 Plymouth 'Cuda.
aired 35 days ago
Mark isolates himself in the machine shop and begins the assembly of the 440 4BBL for the 1970 Plum Crazy Challenger previously owned by a former cast member.
aired 36 days ago
The Ghouls return with the final assembly of the legendary General Lee, the official screen-used, record-holding, freeway jump-car from the 2005 film "The Dukes of Hazzard."
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The beautiful Turbine-Bonze Metallic 1968 Charger is meticulously resurrected and revealed to its proud owner.
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Brett Torino is coming to claim his legendary 1970 Coronet (1 of 2 ever made) from its long awaited restoration with the Mopar Master and Mark's got a few tricks up his sleeve; the epic reveal, like this vehicle, is absolutely one of a kind.

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