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Mechanic Beau Boruff makes a living by helping others prepare for an apocalypse. Knowing survivalists and preppers are on the hunt for bygone machinery that will work in case today's technology is rendered useless, Boruff and his crew source, restore and sell vintage objects that may be useful in any calamity. Among the items restored in this series: a 1950s tractor capable of climbing any terrain, a well-drilling rig from the 1920s that can access fresh water, and a railroad handcar from the 1880s to provide a transportation lifeline.

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aired 331 days ago
When doomsday comes, a WWII-era war machine could be the key to surviving the apocalypse; using cutting-edge technology, a team of expert engineers restores the amphibious vessel that helped the Allies on D-Day for a modern-day Great Flood.

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