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Editors from Hot Rod Magazine put junky hot rods and trashed muscle cars to the test.

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A 1991 Cadillac Brougham is converted into the swingin' Broughammer with a Cummins turbodiesel; with special guests Tony Angelo and Lucky Costa of "Hot Rod Garage."
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People love it when the crew rescues old cars from the junkyard; they literally hack a '56 Buick Century out of a thorn bush it's been sitting in for 25 years.
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After rebuilding a '68 Ford Ranchero, the guys head north to Alaska for some ice racing but encounter major obstacles along the way.
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Celebrating Father's Day; there is big action as David Freiburger and Mike Finnegan scheme some chaos in hot-rodded pickups; they invite Steve Dulcich from Roadkill Garage as well as Lucky Costa.
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David and Mike bring their best Dodge project cars out to the M1 Concourse for the annual Roadkill Nights event in Pontiac, Mich.; this time, it's a road course, skidpad and drag racing with seven favorite projects.
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Freiburger and Finnegan rebuild a 1968 Dodge Charger using motor home parts; vehicles making cameo appearances include the Macho Grande, the 1966 Buick Special convertible, the ramp truck and the Fury.
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One of the cheapest ways to go racing is to buy someone else's abandoned project car; Finnegan and guest co-host Tony Angelo are about to find out if the guys got what they paid for.
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A legit shootout of the performance potential of two hot project cars: the legendary Rotsun 1971 Datsun 240Z that was stuffed with a Ford 5.0L and a Power Stroke turbo-diesel on Episode 64, and the 1969 Chevey Impala.
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The world's most revered rust bucket gets powered by a used Ford 5.0L Mustang V-8 with a Power Stroke diesel turbo!
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David Freiburger and Mike Finnegan host from the annual Hot Rod Power Tour road trip including Roadkill project cars and a never-before-seen Hot Rod show video.
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David Freiburger and Mike Finnegan finally get together with Marty and Moog of Mighty Car Mods, Australia's most popular YouTube show for gearheads.
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Roadkill fans always ask to see a competition with hosts David Freiburger and Mike Finnegan; they each buy a car for $1,500 and enter the Optima Ultimate Street Car Invitational in Las Vegas.
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Highlighting the Roadkill Boost Caboose, a trailer with an engine that powers a centrifugal supercharger that sends boost to the tow vehicle.
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JP Magazine Editor Rick Péwé, who has been doing barn-find rescues and road trips with David Freiburger for a long time, revisits a 1946 Willys flatfender Jeep they first pulled from the fields of Utah in 2001.
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Roadkill survived 50 episodes! In that time, we've built a whole lot of cars, and in this episode we've got a shootout of the 10 that are still running and driving.
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Editors from Hot Rod Magazine put junky hot rods and trashed muscle cars to the test.
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On a whim, the guys rebuild a dangerous, vintage flatfender Jeep, with intentions of driving it to Arizona for some intense desert off-roading.
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The guys head to Oregon to build their dream car, a '55 Chevy Bel Air sedan set up like a '60s gasser, powered by a Mopar 426 hemi.
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Braving snow and a carsick dog, the duo drive to Sparks, Nevada to buy and install a new engine for a '69 El Camino in record time.
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In a suped up '79 Bronco, the guys face off against an '80 Toyota pickup and an '87 Suburban in the off-road Cheap Truck Challenge.
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Freiburger and Finnegan go to El Paso to see if they can buy a car, fix it up, sell it online and then drive it to Los Angeles, all on a budget.

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