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Danny plans to give away a truck to his finest employee.
The Count is tasked with building a bike for a local casino, which is to be given away as a prize.
Danny sends out the entire crew out to search for some quick flips.
Danny has a calender designed featuring the crew's favorite cars.
This week the guys are tasked with working their magic on a classic Dodge Charger.
Danny visits the Shelby Heritage Center for tips on restoring a family's prized Mustang.
The guys work on a 78' Lincoln and a Cadillac Limo.
Danny discovers a rare Corvette and the guys build a bike to honor fallen sailors.
Judas Priest visit the shop and Danny buys a 1969 Cadillac.
Matt Mantei asks Danny to build him the ultimate family truck and Roli's electric buggy is finally finished.
A country-rock musician gives Danny the task of building him a muscle car with a second amendment theme.
In its 50th episode a Chevy truck is restored and the guys all enter a shop build competition to see which of the group can create the best creation.
A champion horse rider comes to the shop wanting her trailer jazzed up, and a high wire performer wants a bike fettling with his profession's theme adorned.
A guy brings in a Chevy wanting it to be refurbished with a Route 66 theme. An unusual project comes to the shop.
Danny tries to buy a Mercury and turns a 1967 Pontiac GTO in to something special.
Danny finally gets round to his 71' Cadillac which is in dire need of attention.
Danny and the guys create a beautiful couch from the rear end of a Plymouth Roadrunner.
The guys create a hot rod from a 1934 Ford.
Danny continues to spend money on his 1976 motorhome, much to Kevin's dismay. The guys also build a replica of the bike from the movie Harley Davidson and the Marlboro Man.
The guys build a custom low rider.
Richard Harrison from Pawn Star$ comes to the shop wanting his 1963 Chrysler Imperial brought up to scratch. Roli buys an electric Vanguard Sebring Citicar.
The Count is shocked to see a 1992 ambulance in the store, until Kevin tells him about the $100,000 budget they had to play with. Horny Mike air brushes some crazy art onto a prosthetic leg for a customer.