With one week to go, Demetrio gets his car painted, but a thunderstorm threatens to ruin the paint job. Ricardo fights with his painter over the car’s new color, and Fernando’s Bel-Air continues to stall. Will anyone make it to the club’s ceremony?
With two weeks to go Roberto and Fernando can’t get the Bel-Air’s engine to start. Ricardo has hand-crafted aluminum pieces for his Austin-Healey, but they can’t be welded without Argon gas. Demetrio’s move to get his car painted backfires.
When Demetrio skips a baseball game in order to work on his car, he discovers he needs a new transmission bar. A parts dealer can help, but for a price. Meanwhile, Ricardo’s friend from Miami arrives with a suitcase full of parts in the nick of time.
All of Cuba watches President Obama & Cuban President Raul Castro announce that the U.S. and Cuba are resuming diplomatic relations. Michel tells his father, Demetrio, shocking news of his own: he's leaving Cuba to study in Mexico on a scholarship.
When Demetrio's welder flakes again, he enlists another mechanic and learns that all the work done on his car must be redone. Ricardo is disappointed by Dayan's sloppy work on the '59 Austin Healey, but gives him one last chance to redeem himself.
Fernando & Roberto discover the Bel-Air's crankshaft and pistons are damaged, nearly impossible to replace in Cuba. Demetrio buys a new engine, but the oil pan gets cracked. As his sons try to start it, they hear that their father is out of money.
Dayan starts an apprenticeship with Havana’s best mechanic, Ricardo. When they work on a ’59 Cadillac, the job nearly goes up in flames. Demetrio decides to restore his Oldsmobile, but his friend sells the engine and his car is left in pieces.
Fernando, one of Havana’s top mechanics, bets his life's savings on restoring a ’58 Chevy Bel-Air but his assistant thinks he's crazy. Meanwhile, cabbie Demetrio's '53 Oldsmobile breaks down & his family must scour Havana to find a rare part.
Motor mastermind Richard Rawlings and mechanical prodigy Aaron Kaufman search for forgotten and neglected vintage cars. They need big projects and big profits to keep the doors open at Gas Monkey Garage in Dallas, TX.
A spin-off of the hit series Fast N’ Loud, Misfit Garage features four mechanics who have all done business with Richard Rawlings’ Gas Monkey Garage and join forces to create their own hot rod shop to rival Gas Monkey.
In the world of illegal street racing, Oklahoma City boasts a list of America's fastest street cars and racers who will risk life, fortune, and jail time to defend that claim. Buckle up and hold on tight for this wild ride inside the world of American underground street racing.
Steve Darnell and his team of rat rod specialists are master automotive fabricators. They work out of a sprawling garage, Welder Up, on the outskirts of the Las Vegas Strip, re-building one-of-a-kind Mad Max-style "rat rod" cars out of hidden treasure for quirky customers.
Ride along with Gas Monkey Garage as they check out collections of the craziest viral videos.
Deep in the South, a car club like no other rebuilds their everyday cars to take on challengers from all over the area in high stakes street races.
No one builds bigger or badder diesel trucks than Heavy D, Diesel Dave & the crew at Dieselsellerz. Their mega builds & awesome truck giveaways are the stuff of diesel legend. Follow the team at Dieselsellerz as they trick out trucks; working hard & playing harder in the process.
New Orleans is known for having the largest and wildest street racing scene in the country. With matches held as often as 3 times a week, there are a ridiculous number of drivers - both serious and amateur- calling each other out.
Rockin' Roadster follows legendary ZZ Top front man, Billy Gibbons, and his most trusted right hand hot rod man, Jimmy Shine, as they design and build some of the hottest rides in the world.
As one of the world’s top actors, Hollywood superstar Idris Elba has the world at his feet. An experienced driver, he does all his own stunts, and is no stranger to a dramatic and high-speed car chase.
More than a motorcycle, Harley-Davidson was built from the ground up by Walter & Arthur Davidson, with their friend, Bill Harley. Together these three young men, the sons of blue-collar immigrants, gave everything they had to ensure the survival of the company they founded.
From humble beginnings, Jason Wilson and his motley crew of friends founded the infamous Douche Larouche. Follow the shop as they craft custom high-end choppers and painstakingly restore American classics to their well-deserved glory.
Car mavens Andrew Comrie-Picard and Brian Scotto have perfected their method for re-engineering priceless cars with a simple three-step method step one: find the car; step two: conjure up an intense build; step three: show off the remarkable results.