A motorcycle driver is caught in a flash flood. An exploding whale makes a huge mess, a roof-to-truck jumper hits the ground instead, and a driver walks away unharmed from one of the most gnarly race car crashes. To most they're just rust buckets, but to Rawlings and his crew they're a goldmine waiting to be excavated. He flips a '67 Caddy convertible to an international buyer. A 1951 Bruco Fire Truck sparks former firefighter Richard's fancy as does a 1955 Caddy Coupe de Ville nicknamed Dolly.
Across the country, vintage vehicles can be found rusting in overgrown fields, abandoned back lots, and musty garages. While Aaron's tied up in his passion project, Richard flips a 1919 Nash and an unusually painted truck. Richard flips a '49 Mercury that comes complete with a tuxedo cat named Buster, who becomes part of the Gas Monkey team. Guest stars include The Bandit from and Little Enos. Then, the major work begins. Then Aaron springs on Richard that they have 3 weeks to build a Pace Race Truck for Pikes Peak.
But will the original owner be impressed by Aaron's Gas Monkey style? Also, a world record attempt sends one car into a dangerous nosedive, a biker flips into a bulldozer, and a motorcycle accident sends a rider flying 80 feet. Also, A drone hits a groom in the face. Richard relives his youth with a '77 Trans Am Firebird. And don't miss the clip of the week. Richard flips his lid when Tom and Jordan buy two junker cars from two tourists. Later, when Richard and Aaron discover that the Fired Up Garage is attending a demolition derby, Richard has a trick up his sleeve to send his former employees reeling.
And wait until you catch some pals blowing their friend up with a car airbag! And is a friend's 1960 Cadillac Sedan De Ville haunted and cursing the garage? Please update this article to reflect recent events or newly available information. They also don't know if the Hoff will show up. Season 1 was filmed on location on Reeder Road in Dallas, in a shop building rented from Phipps Auto, which was also featured in the show. During Season 1, Rawlings also hired an office assistant named Christie Brimberry, who makes repeated appearances on the show. But will the Gas Monkey Flying Circus take off or take a nose dive? Air Date : 18th-Nov-2013 With a 10K-a-day penalty looming, Richard can't afford to lose any more time on the two Firebirds' concourse restoration and by the end of the project, the garage says goodbye to Jordan and Tom. A classic arrives at the garage—and selling it would be icing on the cake.
Archived from on October 11, 2012. Also, Richard stops by Fired Up Garage to check on the rent. Gas Monkey Garage also had an ongoing business relationship with Sue Martin, a successful Taiwanese immigrant, at , a business that was literally within car-pushing distance of their shop. From '57 Chevys to '73 Trans Ams, these machines are screaming to be brought back to life. And who would have thought that the main characters always manage such an idea-they get incredibly fast, high-quality and very unusual cars, which then the characters put up for sale and delight buyers. The Monkeys are stuck to build a race car on their own at the same time he's challenged to his own race against another set of Outlaws. But will their blood, sweat and beers translate into cold hard cash? Richard and Dennis literally roll the dice on a 57 Chevy back in snowy Minnesota.
Meanwhile, the crew brings a rare 1950 Dodge back to life. Once Richard wheels and deals for a good price, it's back to the Garage to set the design plan and begin the major teardown. Their grand scheme turns into a mechanical challenge that Aaron and his team have never seen the likes of before. They have to get creative to get a stuck 1949 F-1 Ford off the back of a large car hauler. Richard buys Emmitt Smith's dilapidated Mercedes then takes a gamble on a banged up Ferrari F40.
Archived from on October 13, 2013. Archived from on June 26, 2015. Archived from on December 14, 2013. Ultimately, Richard and Aaron will work days and nights to finish their cars to make auction. Tom Smith from Misfits Garage also stops by.
Richard flips a funky gull-winged Bricklin. Fast N' Loud season 4 episode 17 Fleetline Superflip Frenzy It's a Gas Monkey Fire Sale when Richard quick flips a menagerie of cars to make enough cash to buy back the first car he and Aaron built together 10 years ago. Motley Crue performs at Gas Monkey Live grand opening. Richard makes a profit but still gets schooled on a '74 Corvette. Please update this article to reflect recent events or newly available information. Richard's Stingray arrives just in time for the start of the auction. Richard flips his lid when Tom and Jordan buy two junker cars from two tourists.
Aaron builds a for the event and the team launches him off a 30-foot pier. It's always a race against the clock to get these cars finished: time is money at Gas Monkey Garage and the quicker they finish their cars, the quicker they can get to auction. Richard is the man with the eye, the gift for seeing that rare find; while Aaron is the master mechanic who decides whether or not these relics are too far gone or the perfect basis for a Gas Monkey overhaul. Fast N' Loud season 4 episode 18 Demolition Theater Richard and Aaron cringe along with you while watching some seriously epic fails--from hapless drivers unable to control their vehicles to a hotrodder who catches his engine and self on fire. The owner of Twin Peaks Restaurants invites them to Denver, Colorado to be judges in a bikini contest. Richard scoops up a 1970s style hot rod kit car with a mysterious past.