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The Monkeys put the pedal to the metal in their final attempt to finish the '72 Buick Riviera super-build in time for SEMA. The team's integrity is on the line and $300,000 has been invested so failure is not an option.
The episode was rated 8.19 from 57 votes.
Richard Rawlings and the Gas Monkeys battle numerous setbacks including an act of God as they race to finish their old-time NASCAR tribute build. Then an old friend talks Richard into working on a dubious "classic," an '85 Zimmer.
The episode was rated 8.05 from 57 votes.
The plan to build Gas Monkey’s coolest show truck continues as Richard hopes to deliver a 1976 Chevy C-10 to the Cattle Baron’s Ball. Meanwhile, Richard tries to flip a ‘66 Continental and a ‘51 Caddy. Also, Richard stops by Fired Up Garage to check on the rent.
The episode was rated 8.05 from 118 votes.
The Monkeys raise the bar at Gas Monkey Garage with a mind-blowing super-build they plan to debut at SEMA.
The episode was rated 8.04 from 48 votes.
The Monkeys begin work on a 2018 Jeep Wrangler, the second of two jeeps they're customizing for the Gary Sinese Foundation's Veteran's Day auction. Meanwhile, Richard makes a deal on a '55 Crown Vic he hopes to donate to the Gas Monkey Foundation.
The episode was rated 8.04 from 48 votes.
In this two-part show, Richard and business partner Dennis Collins buy a wrecked red Ferrari F40 for $400,000 then spend $295,000 to paint it black and upgrade it with modern technology. Dennis buys the finished car for his collection.
The episode was rated 8.03 from 188 votes.
In this two-part episode, Richard and Aaron go to Roswell for a ’67 Ford Galaxie, then Richard goes to Los Angeles to pick up more cars. The owner of Twin Peaks Restaurants invites them to Denver, Colorado to be judges in a bikini contest.
The episode was rated 7.97 from 145 votes.
Richard races to deliver the completed 1977 TransAm to a friend of his in New Orleans, with a $50,000 wager riding on delivering the car on time.
The episode was rated 7.95 from 85 votes.
With the Pikes Peak International Race only days away, the truck is nowhere near complete; Aaron tries to keep the Falcon damage-free.
The episode was rated 7.95 from 119 votes.
The guys face a seven-day deadline to raise their '67 Firebird from the ashes. Meanwhile, Richard heads to the boondocks of Tokio, TX, to search for a rare '51 VW Samba Bus. Finally, NFL star DeMarcus Ware shops for an authentic Gas Monkey hotrod.
The episode was rated 7.92 from 50 votes.
SEASON PREMIERE:The Gas Monkey crew build NASCAR royalty Dale Earnhardt Jr a 1956 Chevy Nomad. While Richard and Aaron travel to Dale Jr's Carolina home with the Nomad, the crew finds ways to cool off in the Texas heat. Also, is a pumpkin Pantera a lemon?The episode was rated from 132 votes.
Richard Rawlings makes Brian Bass an offer he can't refuse to turn his antique Ford into the ultimate Gas Monkey shop truck. And Richard is seeing green over a 1970 Cuda, but transit trouble has the rest of the Monkeys seeing red.The episode was rated from 65 votes.
Looking to make a smash debut at an all-new Barrett-Jackson auction in eight weeks, Richard buys into Aaron’s plan to build a first-ever ’72 Pantera fitted with a custom turbo-charged Ford EcoBoost V6 engine.The episode was rated from 198 votes.
Richard builds a COPO Camaro while Aaron builds his dream motorcycle.The episode was rated from 111 votes.
Richard and Aaron build their coolest hot rod, a 1976 Chevy C-10 short bed show truck to be auctioned at the Cattle Baron’s Ball. Plus, Richard misses out on a Firebird thanks to Thomas Weeks, and a '65 Cadillac is on the lot for one of Richard’s buyers.The episode was rated from 122 votes.
The Gas Monkey guys "frankenstein" together a '68 Ford F-100 truck by blending together two vehicles that shouldn't go together. Richard relives his youth with a '77 Trans Am Firebird. He flips a '67 Caddy convertible to an international buyer.The episode was rated from 167 votes.
The Monkeys prepare Richard's beloved '68 Mustang for the prestigious Shelby Mustang Meet and Richard buys a one-of-a-kind van once owned by a Mopar icon.The episode was rated from 74 votes.
A ’38 Ford contaminated with rat droppings is turned into a cool hot rod. Richard buys Emmitt Smith's dilapidated Mercedes then takes a gamble on a banged up Ferrari F40.The episode was rated from 147 votes.
Richard purchases a 1972 Ford Pantera. A 1969 Ford F100 pickup truck rebuilt with a new engine as a shop truck is featured. Sue charges $1000 for reupholstering one seat.The episode was rated from 90 votes.
After a constant wait for parts for the ’55 Pink Caddy, the monkeys make a mad dash to get the car done on time. Meanwhile, Richard ventures into new territory as his Gas Monkey Dragster hits the Texas Motorplex for the NHRA qualifying runs.The episode was rated from 120 votes.
Last updated: mar 14, 2022
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