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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 and Larry are spellbound by a 1971 Alfa Romeo Montreal up for auction, but escalating bids test their enthusiasm for the vehicle; Thomas puts the finishing touches on a 1963 Split Window Corvette.
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Dave showcases the Guild's 1935 Bugatti Aerolithe Coupe at the world's greatest aviation celebration in Oshkosh, Wis., alongside the 100P, the only plane Ettore Bugatti ever built; a 1965 Buick Riviera Gran Sport rolls into the Guild.
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Dave drops big bucks on an eclectic mix of cars at a local auction, including a 2003 Aston Martin Vanquish and a 1958 Dodge C-Series half-ton; things go south when Larry borrows the boss's beloved 1958 Dodge Power Wagon.
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Dave's 2016 Alfa Romeo 4C Competizione gets put to the test when Janice challenges him to a race in her 2006 Lotus Elise; Ron and Larry try their best to fire up the stubborn rotary engine of an NSU Ro 80.
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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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Dave gets an exclusive look at the SCG 003 hypercar; Ron and Larry troubleshoot an oil issue on a 1966 Shelby.
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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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