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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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David drives the inner-city course for the Circuit des Remparts, a route that includes three perilous hairpin turns; when the race begins, he and Janice are shocked at the speed and the valuable vintage race cars participating.
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David and Janice explore the Cite de l'Automobile's restoration department, where they find one of the world's most expensive cars, plus a rare Panhard Dynamic that David thought no longer existed.
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David and Janice's discoveries in France include a 1913 Sizaire-Berwick, a 1914 cyclecar and an incredibly ornate 1952 hearse; back at the garage, Ron struggles with a 1963 Corvette that has had too much work done over the years.
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David visits France's Cité de l'Automobile, the largest car museum in the world; a former drag racer who broke his back in an accident brings his '68 Firebird in for upgrades that will allow him to drive it again.
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David is on a reconnaissance mission at a Warplane Heritage Museum to research designing a fast and unique Belly Tank Racer made from an aircraft drop tank; Janice completes a 1960 Land Rover and wants to go off-roading.
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Janice and James can't get the engine out of the 1960 Land Rover; Larry takes numerous shocks as he and Ron try to figure out why the '48 Delahaye's cylinders aren't firing properly; Greg and Ron wrestle with a serviced engine for a '91 Alfa Romeo.
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David and Janice travel to France for the 80th anniversary of the Circuit des Remparts car show, race and rally; back at the shop, a few of the guys talk through restorations they've done on their own cars.
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David finds some surprises while dismantling a 1940 Indian Chief Motorcycle that he bought at auction; Larry test drives his 1962 Daimler SP 250 with David; they explore Larry's impressive hood ornament collection.
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Rad Rod Magazine is publishing an article on the Guild guys' unique Rat Rod, so they must race to finish it on time; Greg repairs a 1965 AMC Rambler Marlin's dual gearshift system and a 1965 C2 Corvette Sting Ray that keeps overheating.
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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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David and Janice attend the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance and are invited to travel in the prestigious tour riding in a 1924 Avions Voisin C4S, but soon discover that the antique French car just cannot climb hills.
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Greg has difficulty fitting a new power-steering pump into a 1955 Chevrolet 3100; Ron and Thomas attempt to fix a 1980 MG MGB that appears to have altitude sickness.
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Greg & Ron try to figure out why only 6 of 12 cylinders are firing in an '03 Aston Martin Vanquish; David is at Pebble Beach, California's Concours d'Elegance, where he meets the entire design team from Aston Martin.
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David, Janice, Thomas and Brad head to the Cobble Beach Concours d'Elegance in Ontario, determined to take home at least one ribbon for the 1946 Alfa Romeo 6C 2500 Pininfarina Cabriolet Speciale they completely rebuilt.
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Brad finishes a 1964 Pontiac GTO whose owner passed away shortly after the work started; when the family arrives with the owner's ashes and a plan to drive back in the car, they are overwhelmed by the beautiful work on the GTO.
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Scotty completes full engine repair and test drive of 1966 Plymouth Belvedere; Brad is almost finished with 1956 Jaguar XK 140 when he discovers he can't get replacement brakes.
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David send Thomas and Larry to Canada to check out a 1970s Superbird collection; James and Greg work to give a tiny 1968 Austin Mini Mk2 a more powerful engine.
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Janice works to restore a 1960 Land Rover with a growing list of concerns; Ron and Greg must deal with an engine problem after they update a 1965 Chevrolet C10's transmission.
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A chrome malfunction ruins Dave and Larry's hopes of showing their prized Delahaye at Pebble Beach, but a custom roadster lifts their spirits; Ken runs into trouble on a 1951 Ford F1.
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Dave surprises Larry with his acquisition of a 1978 custom Bronco, then sets out to secure a replacement part for his 1946 Johnny Popper tractor.

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