The popular high-octane series returns with a brand new collection of hot-rod escapades. In each episode, motor mastermind Richard Rawlings and mechanical prodigy Aaron Kaufmann search the far-flung corners of Texas and surrounding states for forgotten and derelict classic cars to buy and restore at their Gas Monkey Garage in Dallas.
Highlights of Fast N’ Loud include the duo picking up a dirt-cheap rust-bucket Apache and restoring it with their own special design touches in time to make a profit at auction, and a wily mature car seller who will only sell at a price that suits her. But time is money at Gas Monkey Garage, and the quicker the duo finish their cars, the sooner they can put them up for sale.
Can these maestros get the motors back on the road in time for the next auction – and will it be worth the effort? Don’t miss this premiere on Friday 20 March at 20:00.
Misfit Garage is a new spin-off show executively produced by Richard Rawlings, owner of Gas Monkey Garage. Rawlings fired Tom Smith and Jordan Butler during the last season of Fast N Loud and Scot McMillan quit. Now they have teamed up with Thomas Weeks to start their own garage as equal partners.
Each man brings his own set of unique and specialized skills to the team. Each man brings his own vision of how the garage should work, including how to handle the builds, and conflicts sometimes arise.
Rawlings immediately paid six months of their rent, essentially making himself their landlord. Now he has carte blanche to their shop and often makes an appearance, with Kaufman at his side. Starting any business venture is risky and they need everything to run as smoothly as possible in order to be successful. If the past is any indicator however, they may have their work cut out for them.
Can this team learn to work together to get the best results to make their garage a success? Find out in the brand new premiere on Friday 20 March at 21:00.
Watch steam gauges build and pistons burst from the pressures and tensions in Discovery Channel’s Turbo Season from 20 March 2015.