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Shifting Gears With Aaron Kaufman

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After departing Gas Monkey Garage in 2016, former "Fast N' Loud" star Aaron Kaufman opened his own auto shop, Arclight Fabrication, in Dallas, where he's shifting gears by focusing on his personal car-design passions. Along with a crew of hand-picked builders from around the country, Aaron pushes his design abilities by working on different types of vehicles. His goal for every build: maximize performance, then test each car in some of the harshest conditions known to the auto world. The series documents the guys' excitement and curiosity for how far their talents will take them, as they their build expertise, stamina and creativity to the test.

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Aaron and his team arrive at The Race of Gentlemen with their Harley and Model A Dragster; an accident and a serious injury cast a pall over the event.
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The Race of Gentlemen is only a week away, and Aaron and his builders rush to get the Model A Dragster and Harley WLA ready for competition; but problems unfold with the dragster, threatening Aaron's chances of making it to TROG.
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Aaron sets his sights on taking a Model A Dragster and his Harley WLA to The Race of Gentlemen, a vintage beach drag race with a bunch of other hot rod enthusiasts; this isn't his first attempt to hit the Jersey Shore.

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