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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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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 local Search & Rescue squad needs a fast and maneuverable craft that can navigate the shallow water that surrounds North West River; Collin and Corey come up with a unique solution: marry a jet ski to a 14-foot aluminum fishing boat.
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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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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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The boys build a tour bus with a fold-out stage for a Labrador musician.
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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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Collin and Corey help transport huskies and a sled across Labrador.
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The boys build a rink-making machine in order to host a charity hockey game.
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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 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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The boys repair a hovercraft for a local journalist who needs access to photograph a remote flooded village.
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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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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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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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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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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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To promote his business, a local roofer wants to repurpose a vintage airport stair truck he picked up cheap at auction. Collin and Corey need to repair the hydraulic system and stabilizers to make sure that what goes up also comes down in one piece.
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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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An old buddy of Collin and Cory's wants to turn his spare snowmobile into a "Water Skipper" that can skim across the lake in the summer; the boys will have to make some special modifications and lighten the snowmobile to keep it floating.

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