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A team of ace mechanics and designers transforms mundane or even junky autos into unique custom cars under the watchful eye of auto design legend Chip Foose. After a creative ruse gets each car into the shop, the work is done unbeknown to the cars' owners, deserving folks such as returning veterans or people who are down on their luck, and each episode concludes with a surprise unveiling of the revamped ride. "Overhaulin" debuted on TLC in 2004 and ran for five seasons, then re-emerged with new episodes on Velocity in 2012. Chris Jacobs and model Arianny Celeste co-host.

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Hard-working father and husband loves his 2002 Ford Lightning, but his family has always been top priority; after years of financial struggles, it's up to Chip and team to give this family Ford an overhaul.
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Restoring automobiles as a surprise for their owners.
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A woman's Shelby Daytona replica is her prized possession; after years of family struggle, she's made a clean break and started over, so Chip and the team undertake a fitting transformation of her heritage race car.
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A one-time heavy-metal singer trades life on the road for a life focused on family; over time, he scrapes together enough to buy a 2014 Corvette, and now his son wants him to stop settling and get the metal makeover his Stingray deserves.
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A full-time father cannot devote the time necessary to properly maintain his 1964 Oldsmobile Dynamic 88.
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A man's dedication to family and community prevent him from restoring his dream car, a 1964 Plymouth Fury.
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A retired veteran asks the team for help restoring his 1970 El Camino.
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A man's first car, a 1967 Ford Mustang, is in need of serious repair.
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Chip and the A-Team plan to overhaul a Chrysler 300 and give it to an attendee at the SEMA Show in Las Vegas.
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Chip and the A-Team assist a young mechanic whose health problems delayed the restoration of his Volkswagen Beetle.
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A man picks up a Camaro on an Internet auction, only to discover that the necessary repairs his vehicle needs are well beyond his budget and expertise.
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Chip Foose and the team restore a 1954 Chevy pickup truck for a newly retired teacher with college-age twin daughters.
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An active duty U.S. Navy Explosives Ordinance Disposal Technician who works with underwater bombs admits to being a big fan of the show.
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A fireman hopes to share his 1967 Ford Bronco and love of the outdoors with his three young children.
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Chip and the team overhaul a 1967 Chevrolet C10 for a man who does not have the time or resources to restore his truck.
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A man's dream of restoring his 1965 Mustang Fastback is shattered when thieves steal his tools and auto parts; Chip and the team transform the vehicle into a Shelby-style stunner.
aired 39 days ago
A middle-school teacher whose first vehicle was a 1965 Malibu uses muscle cars to stimulate the young minds in his classroom.
aired 40 days ago
The cost of tuition and college expenses for his children prevents a man from making much-needed repairs to his 1972 Lotus Europa.
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The cost of tuition and college expenses for his children prevents a man from making much-needed repairs to his 1972 Lotus Europa.
aired 70 days ago
The team restores a Chevy Impala that a Marine Corps veteran must sell in order to support his family.
aired 80 days ago
Master fabricator Chip and his A-Team help out a man whose prized 1978 Pontiac Trans Am has fallen upon hard times.

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