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In a multibillion dollar industry, the Guild of Automotive Restorers tries to get a piece of the pie by completing any task put before it. Through preservation, restoration and selling some of the world's greatest cars, the team at the Guild has gained an internationally acknowledged reputation. Owner David Granger and his crew turn rust into gold, whether a rare vintage Lancia comes in for a complete rebuild or a classic Chevy needs some "go faster" stripes. Through it all, Granger and his crew face shop-floor drama, gas-fueled egos and millions at stake.

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Larry brings his favorite Studebaker to the Guild one final time; Brad troubleshoots an overheating problem on a Ferrari 328 GTS; Dave decides to auction off two decades of car memorabilia.
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Dave's 1929 Schneider requires custom upholstery; a 1970s Volkswagen Beetle needs to be fired up; a 1959 Borgward Isabella bought sight unseen over the Internet may be a lemon.
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The Guild's complete rebuild of a Ferrari 250 GT Spyder is moving ahead with the arrival of a grill assembly; David's obsession with collection tractors goes to the next level when five new tractors arrive from California.
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David takes Larry on a road trip to convince a builder to sell him a replica of the creepy coach from the series, "The Munsters;" David later discovers that his purchase of a unique and valuable 1997 Bentley Brooklands R may have been a mistake.
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Larry's 1936 Cord is finally completed after two years, but the test drive provides a few surprises; headlight lenses arrive from Italy for the custom-made Ferrari; David and Greg cause a problem during a test drive of a 1968 Austin Mini.
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David visits his friend Tim The Hapi Hipi to explore his incredible car collection that is spread throughout three garages; Larry arrives to The Guild eager to have the engine on his 1936 Cord started for the first time.
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David is shocked when a guy shows up with his 1966 Lancia Fulvia Zagato Sport, and wants to pass over the stewardship to David for almost $0; Janice starts repairs on a 1940s Indian Motorcycle.
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David and Janice meet a ton of interesting people and cars during Monterey Car Week, including an incredible handcrafted 1949 Talbot-Lago T26 Grand Sport Coupé and the oldest Packard race car in existence, made in 1912.
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The Guild searches for new mechanics; Ron juggles two muscle cars, a 1967 Chevrolet Chevelle SS and a 1973 Roadrunner used for drag racing; Mel does a three-step paint job creating black chrome on a yellow 1970 Chevy C10 truck.
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David and Janice travel to California for the annual Monterey Car Week and discover the famous 1959 Old Yeller II raced by Carroll Shelby and Dan Gurney; Ron encounters a puzzle of pipes while working on a 1951 Pontiac Chieftain.
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Dave has the new mechanics install the engine of his 1949 Willys-Overland Jeepster while he rebuilds the carburetor of his 1983 Series III Land Rover; Larry is rattled by a 1974 Jaguar E-Type.
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A look under the hood of Larry's 1937 Cord 812 reveals more problems than just the transmission; Ken swaps the brake system on a 1948 Dodge pickup.
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David and Larry visit Keith Dean, a Southern California car builder known for his unique designs and movie cars; Larry loves Keith's work, so they search for a donor car at the Pomona Swap Meet and Classic Car Show for Larry's project with Keith.
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The Canadian military approach The Guild to help restore a 1940s FAT field artillery tractor to be used for military funerals; the army mechanics at the 2nd Regiment Royal Canadian Horse Artillery in Petawawa, Ontario work on the FAT's body.
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David takes Larry to visit his friend Keith Dean, a builder and unique restorer with a famous family history of creating movie cars; Keith introduces Larry and David to mind-blowing artwork in SoCal's Lowrider community.
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While attending the Pomona Swap Meet and Classic Car Show, David falls in love with a 1954 Fiat 500 Topolino, but the Lowriders are what really get his attention; they head to San Diego where David gets to ride in a 1966 Lamborghini 400 GT.
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David visits his friend Tim "The Hapi Hipi" again to check out his latest purchases: a '16 4-turbo, 1500 horsepower Bugatti Chiron and a Dodge Demon; Bart works on a '60s Westfalia Volkswagen Van and a 1983 Mercedes G Wagon.
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Janice is speechless when David purchases a 1952 Panhard Dyna Brake Station Wagon at the Concours d'Lemon in California, but has plenty to say when the lemon is delivered to The Guild; David gets an unusual request from the Canadian Armed Forces.
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Larry test-drives a Pontiac GTO; a souped-up lawn mower.
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Jay struggles with a custom monster truck; David goes to England.
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David travels to Northern Italy in search of rare Alfa Romeo parts; the owner of a Shelby Mustang GT350 makes a strange request.

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