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In the car-flipping business, buying, fixing and selling a classic seems like a good way to profit, but it isn't easy and it's a gamble, as Jeff Allen can attest.Jeff travels the country looking for buys, as do his competitors -- including his father, Tom, who runs his own classic-car dealership around the corner from Jeff's Lubbock, Texas, shop. Father and son are regular trading partners and try to get the better end of each deal. Tom compares making a deal with his son to being stuck in a closet with a porcupine because "it's gonna hurt, but you know it won't kill you."

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With an important contract on the line, Jeff scrambles to collect four pristine family cars from the 1950s for display at a high-end resort in Florida.
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Jeff and Meg snag a lucrative assignment: buying period correct cars for a 60's themed hotel; Jeff hits up his protégé for a pristine '57 Woodie wagon.
aired 8 days ago
Jeff and Meg take try to authenticate a Ferrari that mysteriously disappeared from the set of "Miami Vice;" Jeff tries to strike a deal for a custom motorcycle.
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Jeff might suffer a loss on his '23 Buick; Luke and Eric work to transform a '56 Bel Air into a $60,000 dream ride.
aired 15 days ago
Jeff and Meg are hoping for a major payday on the final day at the Auburn auto auction, but their '71 Jag won't start.
aired 15 days ago
The Flat 12 crew heads to Auburn, Ind. for one of the largest auto auctions of the year; Jeff and Meg are forced to make some tough decisions.
aired 22 days ago
Jeff's dad promises his son a deal on a Cadillac De Ville; Jeff goes after a 1971 Jag and a specially modified Ferrari GTA that once belonged to Shaquille O'Neal.
aired 22 days ago
Jeff's buddy Matt has a lead on a 1984 Mercedes; Eric and Luke have to get three cars running fast or the three men will have to deal with the wrath of Meg.
aired 29 days ago
Jeff and Meg take a trip to California to check out a pristine 1931 Chevrolet Victoria hot rod; Eric and Luke slice and dice a six-wheeled monster military vehicle; Jeff butts heads with Billy Hayes in a salesman showdown.
aired 29 days ago
Jeff and Meg have big plans to grow Flat 12 Gallery; Jeff looks at a totally custom 1962 Impala; Flat 12 moves into riskier territory.
aired 36 days ago
Jeff and Meg go toe to toe with a military couple for a classic '70s muscle car; a friend brings by a late-model Corvette.
aired 36 days ago
The gang puts finishing touches on all of their cars that are headed for the Austin auction; Jeff must rely on Matt Evans to come to the rescue.
aired 43 days ago
A brand new Shelby GT500; a family looking for a new car falls in love with Jeff's unique custom 1957 Chevy.
aired 43 days ago
Jeff and Matt check out a 1970 Camaro that belongs to a man who must sell his toys to help raise his young family.
aired 50 days ago
Jeff and Perry chase down some exciting leads on a road trip to Louisiana; Jeff and Perry have to pull out all the stops to bring home some cars.
aired 50 days ago
Flat 12 Gallery has a brand new location; Jeff buys a run-of-the- mill '57 Chevy Bel Air and announces his plan to transform it.
aired 57 days ago
Matt takes Jeff try to get their hands on a 1965 Mustang; a local motorcycle legend's workshop; Jeff tries to sell a stunt car from the movies.
aired 57 days ago
Jeff and Perry have leads on vehicles used in the "Fast & Furious" movies; Jeff and Perry try to acquire a dune buggy.
aired 64 days ago
Jeff is anxious to make a deal on a Richard Petty race car; one of Jeff's friends surprises him with a low-mileage Delorean.
aired 64 days ago
Jeff and Meg take a trip to Los Angeles; Jeff must haggles with an eccentric car builder; a Cadillac that belonged to Don Draper.
aired 71 days ago
An opportunity to purchase an '82 Corvette arises; Jeff's wily father has some surprises for him at the Lubbock auction.

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