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It takes a lot of nuts and bolts, so to speak, to challenge Richard Rawlings and his crew at Dallas hot rod shop Gas Monkey Garage. But that's what mechanics Tom Smith and Jordan Butler are fixin' to do by opening a rival shop with fellow car pros Thomas Weeks and Scot McMillan. The venture, Fired Up Garage, is their chance to go toe-to-toe with powerful Gas Monkey -- featured in Discovery's hit series "Fast N' Loud" -- and prove that they have what it takes to run a car business. Smith and Butler have extra motivation, too: They worked at Gas Monkey before a series of mishaps forced Rawlings to fire them.

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Thomas and Tom acquire a 1959 Chevy El Camino, but the car's poor condition gives John Klump second thoughts about the build.
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Josh, Klump and Kevin continue to work on the restoration of the vintage '40 Ford Moonshine Runner; Thomas buys a '60 Cadillac from his high school sweetheart.
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Thom and Tom race to Georgia to take a lap with NASCAR driver Bill Elliot; they bring home a '40 Ford Tudor sedan and turn it into a vintage Moonshine Runner.
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Fired Up attempts to sell the Econoline to the notorious Danny Trejo; Tom takes on a legendary Latino wrestler.
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Fired Up brings in a rusty, decrepit 1961 Ford Econoline pickup, but when Tom discovers a hidden treasure, he goes searching for legendary Mexican luchador Blue Demon Jr. and uncovers more than he bargained for.
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Its all-hands-on-deck for the completion of the 1964 GMC Truck, and the Fired Up mechanics definitely have their hands full; John Klump and his team deal with parts issues; Richard Rawlings stops by the shop for money from the weight-loss wager.
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After the bucket for the Misfits' classic T Bucket hot rod build comes back from paint in a vibrant shade of yellow, the guys mount the body onto the chassis, and John decides to tackle the wiring.
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With a deadline looming, the Fired Up Garage crew members seek to finish building their first ever foreign import, a 1961 Morris Minor; meanwhile, Thomas finds the crown jewel of any car enthusiast's collection, a 1932 Ford Model A Roadster.
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Actor Chris Pratt ("Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom") asks for a custom dinosaur-themed motorcycle, giving the Fired Up Garage a chance to prove to the world that it has finally made it big.
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While trying to put together the 1968 AMC AMX engine and transmission, the mechanics find themselves in a circus of misfit parts and process; the guys try to find their way through wires and misfires.
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After Richard Rawlings blocks Fired Up Garage from entering the Lone Star Throwdown truck show, the Misfits must race to finish their build in order to find a buyer; a mountain of mismatched aftermarket parts may bring the garage to its knees.
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With the '60 Sunliner back from paint, Thomas has major reservations about it's color and potential resale; Tom concocts a plan to make Fired Up Garage a household name by setting several Guinness World Records.
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Tom shoots for world record glory while the rest of the shop pushes ahead on the Fairlane build; Richard makes a play to buy the garage from Phipps.
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The guys push to finish every hot rodder's dream car - a Tri Five Chevy Belair, a car so hot that even NASCAR driver Elliot Sadler wants a sneak peek.
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The Misfits continue to work on the restoration of their vintage '32 Ford; Thomas throws a wrench in the plans and decides to take the car and the Misfits to the Barret Jackson auction, all expenses paid.
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John Klump returns to the Fired Up Garage with the Jeep Willy's painted the wrong color; Thomas and Tom make a deal on a vintage '64 GTI, then attempt to trick Klump into thinking they are building the vehicle.
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The guys circumvent Thomas and buy back a 1952 Willys Jeep previously flipped with the intention of building the ultimate off-road machine; the misfits decide to showcase the Jeep at "Rednecks With Paychecks."
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The guys work on the 1971 Cuda; Thomas and Tom flip a 1951 Chevy truck; Tom bids farewell to Little Richard.
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With Scot and Austin having quit, the guys call on friends and family to help with the Camaro; Thomas and Tom consider a '73 Firebird.
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The mustang returns from paint; when Richard catches the guys using a Gas Monkey tool, he invoices them; Soupbone gets white paint on the hood.
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Scot has a buyer and gives the crew a deadline for the '57 gasser; Thomas builds an unacceptable engine.

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