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Located in North West River in central Labrador, Canada -- one of the furthest drivable points on the Eastern seaboard -- CRB Automotive is the "Last Stop Garage" for the town's 553 residents. The family-owned business is the subject of this reality series that tells character-driven stories with a uniquely Canadian touch. Led by owner and part-time professional MMA fighter Collin Baikie, the crew of "automotive hack specialists" also includes lead mechanic Corey Webber and general manager Stan Oliver, who employ a backwoods resourcefulness to build and fix just about anything for anyone in their remote town. Collin's parents -- CFO Melinda and part-owner Leander -- also work at the shop.

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To attract tourists to North West River and make a friend's culinary dreams come true, the boys scratch-build a gourmet food boat complete with kitchen, barbecue and seating for six.
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Collin and Corey are hired to transform a client's bruised up Crown Victoria Interceptor into a rough and ready rat rod; they make the Crown Vic roadworthy, strip it down to a rolling chassis and Frankenstein together a body from three 1950s wrecks.
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The CRB crew builds a barge to help the flooded village of Mud Lake recover from disaster.
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The boys build a tour bus with a fold-out stage for a Labrador musician.
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The CRB crew helps a local entrepreneur get into the paving business by building an asphalt recycling truck, from scratch.
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The boys repair a hovercraft for a local journalist who needs access to photograph a remote flooded village.
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The boys build an ugly hot rod as a birthday present for a demanding client's wife.
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The CRB crew builds an off-road truck for a local trapper who needs to cross rugged and mucky terrain.
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The boys build an all-season fan boat for a local hunter so he can travel over thin ice and shallow water.
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The boys help get much-needed fuel to the northern communities by creating a one-of-a-kind fuel tanker sled and a pumped-up snowmobile built to haul it.
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When the only trail groomer in town breaks down on the snowmobile highway, the boys are called out to do some trail-side repairs.
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Abandoned to the elements for 10 years, the boys get an antique snow bus back on the trails.
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The boys build a rink-making machine in order to host a charity hockey game.
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Without a proper tow truck to haul out a vehicle trapped down an icy embankment, the boys build an epic towing machine.
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Collin and Corey repurpose a Daihatsu Hijet mini truck as a mobile hunting blind for a hunter to drive through the backwoods of Labrador in all conditions.
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Collin and Corey help transport huskies and a sled across Labrador.
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The crew reboots a ski club's snowmobile and builds a custom rescue sled.
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A local saw mill operator lands a job clearing trees off a property in town and needs to get his 1970 Massey Ferguson tractor up and running; Collin and Corey go one better and also build him a wagon capable of hauling 3 tons of timber.
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The rough dirt roads of Labrador are no place for a high-powered crotch rocket; a local rock n' roller gets Corey and Collin to transform it into a rip-roaring dirt bike.
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A client needs some improvements on his aging SUV to get him safely to his off-the-grid cabin; apart from arriving in one piece, his biggest concern is running out of gas to power his generator; the boys come up with a solution.
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When a cracked engine block sidelines a client's prized K5 Blazer Bog Truck, Collin and Corey need to find a replacement motor that fulfills his carbureted dreams.

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