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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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The crew mocks up Christine's engine over the frame; Will preps and paints a 1966 Charger.
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The Ghouls attempt to finish the 45-day restoration of a 1970 Road Runner owned by tool creator Mark Martinez, who can't wait to take it for its first drive.
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The crew works on final assembly for a problematic '69 GTX; Allysa discovers they face major fines following an OSHA inspection.
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Talented Mopar mechanics restore wrecked muscle cars to their former glory.
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The crew begins door and panel alignment on a '69 Charger; Mark realizes he's spread too thin to catch important quality-control issues.
aired 15 days ago
Giving care and attention to a Dodge Challenger, and taking it to the next phase of its restoration.
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In a build too big for just one episode, the tribute 1958 Plymouth Fury, famously known as Christine, not only gets a full restoration with OE attention to detail, but gets a brand-new modern third-generation engine.
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One of eight ever made, the 1971 In Violet Plymouth 'Cuda 383 is finished and ready for delivery; the crew reflects on the journey the car has taken before the final touches are put on.
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With final assembly finished, the 1970 Rallye Red 'Cuda is ready to be fired up and driven; before its maiden voyage, the crew takes a look back at this car's journey of restoration.
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Mark redirects the crew to focus their efforts on a 1969 Superbee; the owner has been patient, but is eagerly awaiting delivery, and Mark doesn't want Christine or any other project to delay this classic muscle car build.
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Assembly continues on a '71 Barracuda convertible; Allysa returns from vacation to find her parts room in complete disarray; when Mopar checks on Christine's progress, Mark makes promises he may not be able to keep.
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The ghouls shift gears to work on a 1970 Rallye Red 'Cuda, while Mark and Tony assess a 1964 Plymouth Fury; the crew is forced to make some tough choices between doing what's right for the show and keeping Mark happy.
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The Ghouls continue to work on the '71 In-Violet 'Cuda convertible; Christine's metalwork begins.
aired 22 days ago
The true Mopar guru, Tony Cheesesteak D'Agostino, seeks updates on his wife's Plum Crazy Challenger and enlists Will to help get them.
aired 29 days ago
Talented Mopar mechanics restore wrecked muscle cars to their former glory.
aired 36 days ago
Spotlighting E-Bodies, including disassembly, documentation and suspicion that one of the newly arrived 'Cudas may have forged numbers.
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The destination is SEMA Show 2019 in Las Vegas; as the ghouls visit with fans, they reflect on their accomplishments and failures, and look ahead at the exciting upcoming restorations for the new year.
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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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A 1970 Challenger is special, but a B5 Challenger is out of this world; with the bumblebee stripe finally added to the car, it's time for the work to really begin; focus is on the crucial details, including the headliner, dash, interior and more.
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SEMA is over and the Ghouls can finally get back to work on all the cars they had to leave untouched for the last few weeks; first up, they work on a beautiful 1972 Duster.
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When Mark gets started talking about a car, there is almost no stopping him; Mark shares multiple years of his favorite Mopar builds--detailing the amazing options and the cool differences; the team joins in the fun.

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