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Restoration GarageIn 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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S9, EP12 "All the Crown Vic Feels"It's finally time to fire up the Model T, before some extensive bodywork that will keep Kalev busy for a while. The Crown Vic gets a visit from her owners, before Greg goes on her final road test. Dave and Janice visit the Lane Motor Museum in Nashv.
S9, EP11 "Mustang Madness"Lots of Mustangs are at the Guild, including the 1969 Mach 1 that just returned from a trip to the acid bath. Kody and Tommy retrofit an AC unit in a 1955 Crown Vic, while Dave and Janice are in Corvette heaven at the National Corvette Museum.
S9, EP10 "'Vette Vibes"Tommy, Talon and Greg get a '53 Corvette running again after years in storage; it's a flame-engulfed fire-up for Talon and Ron and the '85 Camaro; Dave checks an item off his bucket list when he and Janice test drive the new C8 Corvette.
S9, EP9 "Hot Rod Hoedown"Ron gets busy replacing valves in the Model T engine; Talon installs a camshaft in an '85 Camaro Z28; Barry starts removing the lacquer on the Model T; Talon finishes up the Camaro engine; "Bring Your Hot Rod to Work" day.
S9, EP8 "Firebird Fire Up"The '67 Firebird is ready for fire-up and does not disappoint. Brad works on Dave's hot rod, while a '69 Charger gets some gap work before heading to the paint shop. Ron tasks Kalev with modifying the '35 Plymouth's headlights to fit a modern bulb.
S9, EP7 "Next Generation Restoration"New kid Tommy has some major work on a '72 Alfa Romeo, and Dan and Kalev work patiently to get the '67 Firebird's vinyl roof perfect. Talon relocates the alternator on the '35 Plymouth, and Dave tests Tommy's work, joining Greg on the Alfa road test.
S9, EP6 "Acid Trip"A messed-up 1969 Mach 1 Mustang comes in for a full restoration, and Mike strips her down so she is ready for the acid bath. Talon and Dan work on an automatic shifter in a 1935 Plymouth PJ Deluxe. Brad investigates why a '30 Model A is overheating.
S9, EP5 "Undercarriage Overhaul"Brad picks up a beautiful 1977 Cadillac DeVille that has great sentimental value, but a lot of rust; Talon shores up the Caddy with some expert welding; Dan gets to work redoing the upholstery on a 1986 Buick Grand National; Ron does the tune-up.
S9, EP3 "New Fashioned Classics"Talon installs a serpentine kit on a '67 Firebird engine; a '74 Triumph is in for some TLC, but Ron hears a mysterious noise during the test drive; Barry paints a new steering wheel for a '53 Packard.
S9, EP2 "Rambler Road Trip"Dave tasks new hire Jessica to figure out why the headlights on his Model A hot rod don't work; Brad installs a digital instrument panel in a restored C10; the '62 Rambler is off with Greg to Comic-Con to meet French Stewart.
S9, EP1 "Model T Time"Dave is excited to see a Model T roll into the Guild, and gets Ron on to fire up the engine; the team installs a new engine in a '67 Firebird.
S8, EP12 "Plumes of Change"Barry and Talon work on a couple of vehicles; Dave and Janice go for a drive.
S8, EP11 "Big Red Resurrection"Brad breathes new life into a 1921 fire truck; Dave and Dan work on other projects.
S8, EP10 "What Lies Beneath"Mike completes a 1969 Mustang whose undercarriage had rusted through.
S8, EP9 "Running Like a Top"Dave's opinion on Porsches is challenged as he visits a collection that includes his favorite, a 1956 Mercedes 300 SL Gullwing; Greg and Talon restore a 1955 Crown Victoria; a 1967 International Harvester Scout comes in for a traffic-friendly motor.
S8, EP8 "Hell on the Straightaway"A fully restored and extremely valuable 1953 Vincent motorbike rolls into the Guild; Dave just has to find this historic speed demon a new home, but he'll need to learn the bike's firing sequence first; Ron and Talon get creative on two pickups.
S8, EP7 "Drive Fest"Dave and Janice check out Drive Fest at the historic Mosport track, where a 2017 Ford GT, a 2021 McLaren and a 1967 Ferrari Dino 206 S catch their eye; back at the shop, Greg takes a 1967 Mercedes 250 SE on a test drive that's 10 years in the making.
S8, EP6 "One Weird Bird"Ron works on a 1975 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am; Talon tries to spruce up a 1983 Mercedes G-Wagon; Barry gives an upgrade to a 1966 Chevy Impala that has been in a family for three generations.
S8, EP5 "Long Gone Larry"Between the smoke coming from Larry's 1937 Cord 812 and a lack of information on his 1948 Delahaye 135MS Cabriolet, Dave gets an earful from his old friend and business partner; the Ferrari 250 California Spyder begins a new chapter.
S8, EP4 "Battle and the Beast"A recent impulse buy reminds Dave of his early career, spurring a trip to the Ontario Regiment Museum; at the Guild, an odd discovery is made under a 1966 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu, and Ron can all but taste the ice cream in a 1938 Pontiac Coach.
S8, EP3 "Dad's Cars"Tensions build when Dave trash talks one of Greg's favorite cars on the floor, a 1971 Oldsmobile 442 W30; Ron helps a family get their 1974 Corvette Stingray back home, while a 1937 Minneapolis Moline R-Cab tractor is in need of some expertise.
S8, EP2 "Social Upshift"Dave goes through the shop and explains the cultural history of each car; Talon and Doug fabricate the final pieces of a Ferrari 250 California's body; Brad struggles with the transmission on a '71 Nova; a '59 Ford Fairlane stumps Ron.
S8, EP1 "Muscle Frenzy"Ron needs to solve a weird clanking noise at the back of a 1968 Nova, while Dan gives new life to the interior of a 1967 Belvedere GTX; a simple job on a 1930 Ford Model A becomes a bigger challenge when replacement parts no longer exist.
S7, EP12 "Hapy Hipi Choolbus"After Tim Hapy Hipi Schmidt stops by to show off a crazy school bus renovation, David visits his garage to help take a 2019 McLaren Senna for its first drive; Ron replaces the distributor in a Volkswagen, then discovers that the brakes barely work.
S7, EP11 "Giving Up or Gearing Up?"Brad is eager to get an antique fire truck driving down the road again, but he has hit a wall trying to find replacement gears; Greg and David go through the steps of restoring a 1930 Dodge pickup.
S7, EP10 "Feelin' Sporty"David and Larry go car shopping to find Larry a new sporty toy; Talon, the Guild's new metal fabricator builds headers for the complete build of a Ferrari 250 GT California Spyder; David compares an iconic 1950 MG TD with a 1973 MGB.
S7, EP9 "Delahaye Finale"After eight years, the 1948 Delahaye 135M Cabriolet is finally down on its wheels and heading for its first test drive, if they can figure out how to get it started; chrome plating is explored at one of the best shops in North America.
S7, EP8 "Propellers to Transmissions"David's interest in planes takes him to a local airport that houses a replica of the Avro Arrow, a 1950s delta-winged interceptor aircraft; Ron and Greg work on a new transmission for a 1967 Chevelle after the owner blew the original.
S7, EP7 "A Classic Challenge"Brad picks up where someone else left off restoring a 1940 Ford Deluxe; owners of a 1928 Plymouth Model Q hope the crew can get it running.
S7, EP6 "Muscle Car City"The shop overflows with muscle cars while David focuses on his new antique watch repair business; Ron starts the brakes on a 1967 Ford Mustang convertible; Johnney does final touches on a 1980 Pontiac Trans Am pace car in time for a test drive.
S7, EP5 "More Than a Defender"The Guild is approached to restore a 1997 Land Rover Defender 90 as a tribute to filmmaker and environmentalist Rob Stewart; Ron struggles to install a new 427 engine into a 1969 Corvette.
S7, EP4 "McLaren Twins"David and Janice visit their friend and car collector Tim, who has two new McLarens with the same serial number and matching carbon fiber bodies; a 2019 McLaren Senna and a 2014 McLaren P1.
S7, EP3 "Fire Fighting Heritage"The crew learns about the oil history of a town when the fire department brings a 1925 International fire truck in for restoration; Brad, a volunteer firefighter, is eager to take on the project even though he knows finding parts will be difficult.
S7, EP2 "Couped Up"A 1977 Ford F-250 pickup truck evolves from barn find to beauty, and the owners arrive for the unveiling; Brad has a challenging time figuring out the starter and starter clutch in the unusual engine of an obscure 1966 Honda S600.
S7, EP1 "Miracle Mercury Coupe"Larry visits and is excited by the advancement of his two projects, a 1948 Delahaye 135MS Cabriolet, and a custom Mercury being designed in California by renowned car builder Keith Dean.
S6, EP12 "Cars With Soul"Ron and Greg find some strange restoration work as they dig into a '70 Dodge Charger; Johnney finishes up a custom job on a '57 Cadillac Eldorado Brougham, once considered the world's most expensive car.
S6, EP11 "The Magnificent Seven"David and Janice must pick seven unique cars for the Atlanta Concours d'Elegance's Magnificent Seven competition; Brad discovers that the engine in a 1935 Bugatti Aerolithe is in rough shape from extensive touring.
S6, EP10 "Win, Lose and Draw"A 1977 Ford F-250 barn find proves to be in better condition than David could have ever imagined; Janice takes the Guild girls out on a test drive in her recently acquired and repaired 1961 Hillman Minx.
S6, EP9 "Restore the Lore"David and Janice explore the Cite de l'Automobile's restoration department, where they find one of the world's most expensive cars, plus a rare Panhard Dynamic that David thought no longer existed.
S6, EP8 "Bugatti Bucket List"David visits France's Cité de l'Automobile, the largest car museum in the world; a former drag racer who broke his back in an accident brings his '68 Firebird in for upgrades that will allow him to drive it again.
S6, EP7 "History and Hairpin Turns"David drives the inner-city course for the Circuit des Remparts, a route that includes three perilous hairpin turns; when the race begins, he and Janice are shocked at the speed and the valuable vintage race cars participating.
S6, EP6 "Cyclecars and Citroens"David and Janice's discoveries in France include a 1913 Sizaire-Berwick, a 1914 cyclecar and an incredibly ornate 1952 hearse; back at the garage, Ron struggles with a 1963 Corvette that has had too much work done over the years.
S6, EP5 "Road Rally Chaos"David and Janice travel to France for the 80th anniversary of the Circuit des Remparts car show, race and rally; back at the shop, a few of the guys talk through restorations they've done on their own cars.
S6, EP4 "More Than a Car"Brad finishes a 1964 Pontiac GTO whose owner passed away shortly after the work started; when the family arrives with the owner's ashes and a plan to drive back in the car, they are overwhelmed by the beautiful work on the GTO.
S6, EP3 "Put to the Test"Scotty completes full engine repair and test drive of 1966 Plymouth Belvedere; Brad is almost finished with 1956 Jaguar XK 140 when he discovers he can't get replacement brakes.
S6, EP2 "Goodbye Rat Rod"David believes a '73 Lincoln should have stayed in the barn where it was found; Ron tries to figure out the brakes on a '63 Riviera, while Mel finishes a special paint shade.
S6, EP1 "Forming a Bond"David is in California for the Pebble Beach Concours; the original 1965 James Bond DB5 breaks records at auction.
S4, EP12 "The Belly Tank Racer"David is on a reconnaissance mission at a Warplane Heritage Museum to research designing a fast and unique Belly Tank Racer made from an aircraft drop tank; Janice completes a 1960 Land Rover and wants to go off-roading.
S4, EP11 "The Little Engines That Couldn't"Janice and James can't get the engine out of the 1960 Land Rover; Larry takes numerous shocks as he and Ron try to figure out why the '48 Delahaye's cylinders aren't firing properly; Greg and Ron wrestle with a serviced engine for a '91 Alfa Romeo.
S4, EP10 "Collection Obsession"The Guild's complete rebuild of a Ferrari 250 GT Spyder is moving ahead with the arrival of a grill assembly; David's obsession with collection tractors goes to the next level when five new tractors arrive from California.
S4, EP9 "A Classic Coach"David takes Larry on a road trip to convince a builder to sell him a replica of the creepy coach from the series, "The Munsters;" David later discovers that his purchase of a unique and valuable 1997 Bentley Brooklands R may have been a mistake.
S4, EP8 "A Piecing of History"David finds some surprises while dismantling a 1940 Indian Chief Motorcycle that he bought at auction; Larry test drives his 1962 Daimler SP 250 with David; they explore Larry's impressive hood ornament collection.
S4, EP7 "Rat Rod Love"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.
S4, EP6 "Auto Reboot"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.
S4, EP5 "Hat Trick"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.
S4, EP4 "No Horse Power"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.
S4, EP3 "Altitude Sickness"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.
S4, EP2 "Mopar Nut"David send Thomas and Larry to Canada to check out a 1970s Superbird collection; James and Greg work to give a tiny 1968 Austin Mini Mk2 a more powerful engine.
S4, EP1 "Restoration Overload"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.
S3, EP12 "Storage Treasures"Dave's 1929 Schneider requires custom upholstery; a 1970s Volkswagen Beetle needs to be fired up; a 1959 Borgward Isabella bought sight unseen over the Internet may be a lemon.
S3, EP11 "Along Came a Spyder"A Ferrari 250 GT California Spyder is the next project for restoration; Billy receives a crash course on traditional panel beating; Dave returns to Italy to learn about Italian coachbuilding.
S3, EP10 "Built for Speed"Dave gets an exclusive look at the SCG 003 hypercar; Ron and Larry troubleshoot an oil issue on a 1966 Shelby.
S3, EP9 "A Cord Accord"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.
S3, EP8 "Running on Fumes"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.
S3, EP7 "Full Circles"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.
S3, EP6 "Hot Wheels, Hot Deals"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.
S3, EP5 "High & Mighty"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.
S3, EP4 "Alfa Dogs"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.
S3, EP3 "Spring Cleaning"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.
S3, EP2 "Farm Boy"Dave surprises Larry with his acquisition of a 1978 custom Bronco, then sets out to secure a replacement part for his 1946 Johnny Popper tractor.
S3, EP1 "Delahaye Fever"A chrome malfunction ruins Dave and Larry's hopes of showing their prized Delahaye at Pebble Beach, but a custom roadster lifts their spirits; Ken runs into trouble on a 1951 Ford F1.
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.
Original Air Date: Aug 26, 2013
Genres: RealityTV Series
Rating: TVPG
Playback: HD
6 seasons available on demand (71 episodes)
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