Dan is tasked to find a 1967 Corvette with a rare setup; time takes its toll on a 1973 Cuda that has been stored for most of its life.
Bob has spent years working on his beloved 1969 K20 Truck, but he needs FantomWorks to solve the mysteries within; Dan's brother-in-law, John, shows up with a 1962 Ferrari kit car that looks hot, but the wiring could burn it to the ground.
Patsy and Apryle bring their 1968 Corvette in for mechanical work, but what their car really needs is a new paint job; Jim's 1958 Impala is an auction car that's pretty, but when it's time to drive, it turns out to be half the car Jim was hoping for.
A customer wants the 1950 Ford F1 truck he remembers from high school, while another desires the 1968 Lincoln Continental he drove with his father.
A nice 1971 Ford Mustang Boss 351 pulls into the shop; Gary's proposed fix for the LMC Web site does not come cheap.
A man hopes to have a 1953 Chevy pickup restored for his wife, but the job proves bigger than expected; Dan is asked to fix up a rare 1939 LaSalle showing signs of old age.
A man wants his 1964 Dodge Dart to become a daily driver and a family project car; another customer needs an automatic transmission in his beloved 1965 Shelby Cobra kit car.
A couple want to drive their 1967 Amphicar on land and water, but the hydrid boat-car has problems; an ultrarare Austin 10-4 that hasn't ran in years needs to be ready for a major car show in just four days.
Dan faces an uphill battle as he tackles a 1968 Ford Mustang California Special that is riddled with rust; Dan cannot locate the parts needed to restore a 1970 Opel Kadett.
John thinks his 1958 Corvette is "mostly original," but Dan finds a mismatched assortment of poor quality parts and bad repairs that have him tearing his hair out; Chelsea wants FantomWorks to fix up a rare 1971 Fury for her father, Rikk.
Problems with a 1963 Willys Jeep Fleetvan run deeper than the seams hidden beneath inches of filler; a man wants his Z28 to be a driver, but the former drag race car has never been out of second gear.
A customer wants FantomWorks to swap out his 1968 Mustang convertible's V6 with the V8 from a donor car, but the exchange is easier said than done; Dan attempts to transform a troublesome 1962 Citroen into a reliable ride.
A client wants Dan to tame a speedy 1969 Pontiac Firebird that is incompatible with his son's disability; Dan works on a 1974 International Harvester Scout that received a 4-year paint job.
A 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air purchased sight unseen turns out to be a rusted piece of junk; a disabled driver who loves to go fast is saddled with an unimpressive 1969 Dodge Super Bee.
Robby wants to convert Dan's 1926 Ford Model T into a far more rare 1914 C-cab; a man's 1969 Chevrolet Camaro convertible is an accident waiting to happen.
Severe salt corrosion nearly destroys a bright orange 1970 Shelby GT500; getting a rare 1970 Chrysler 300 Hurst into shape proves to be a challenge.
Dan sees only one solution for a man who wants a partial restoration for his father's rare 1962 Maserati; Volkswagen fanatics seek perfection for their worn-out 1966 Bug.
Dan must build a '69 Camaro pace car that can beat the fastest Chevelle that FantomWorks has ever built after Nick challenges him to a supercar showdown.
Dan takes FantomWorks into wet and uncharted territory when he agrees to repair a 1947 Mack firetruck; a 1971 Malibu Chevelle arrives as a garage ornament that hasn't run in five years.
A former drag racer seeks the 1969 Chevrolet Chevelle of his dreams, complete with a supercharged LT4 engine.
Dan adds rare features to a massive 1953 Cadillac Fleetwood; a man wants the crew to take over the half-finished restoration of his prized 1967 Mercury.
A couple bring their 1951 Buick Super to FantomWorks after four other shops fail to get the vehicle running; Dan attempts to diagnose a 1961 Corvette's curious ailment.
A man wants a nightmarish combination of upgrades, including flamethrowers, added to his 1972 Cadillac hearse; owners of a 1959 Chevy Apache have never driven the vehicle beyond their yard.
Dan thinks that Mickey's 1970 Chevelle is perfect, but Mickey wants them to tear it apart and upgrade everything; Thom's 1963 Studebaker is a project car with leaks, bad parts, and failing safety systems.
The team attempts to control the chaos of working on 85 vehicles and dealing with owners who expect miracles.
Dan and the team must prepare a 1968 Fastback and a 1964 Corvette for the prestigious SEMA show within a crushing time frame.
Dan realizes that a 1971 Ford Mustang Mach 1 has been treated like a vehicle in "The Dukes of Hazzard"; a 1952 Mercury Woodie restomod requires work.
Dan envisions a GTO-Thunderbird combo for a customer who desires a 1956 "baby bird" restomod that drives like a sports car; an award-winning 1937 Volvo is damaged by a falling shelf.
A rental vehicle loaded with parts and a dream of a perfect Plymouth Business Coupe arrives at the shop; Dan works to locate a 1972 Buick Gran Sport and then restore it with hard-to-find features.
Dan works on a 1970 Chevrolet Corvette that was in storage for 30 years, then attempts to resurrect a mangled 1964 Pontiac GTO.
Dan must undo numerous bad repairs on a 1968 Ford Mustang for Kansas City Royals pitcher Tim Collins; a World War II veteran seeks to get his beloved 1950 Willys Jeep back on the road.
Joe pushes Fantomworks off the deep end when he challenges them to build a replica of a legendary 1953 hydroplane that set a water speed record with an automotive engine.
A client desires a 1968 Mustang Fastback resto-mod; a couple want to restore the 1969 Pontiac Firebird that they rode in on their wedding day 45 years earlier.
Dan makes repairs to a 1929 phaeton that could possibly save the life of its owner; a 1989 Jeep Wrangler suffers from bad work.
The team attempts to restore a 1939 Hudson 112 convertible coupe without a standard for the vehicle's original condition; a husband and wife have different ideas for a 1970 Chevrolet Nova.
A man has high hopes for a 1967 Chevelle that has had more rats than repairs; restoration work on a 1960 Lincoln Continental causes endless frustration for Dan.
Dan uncovers hidden damage on a man's 1964 Plymouth Barracuda; a woman hopes to surprise her husband by getting her 1953 Studebaker Commander into running shape.
Dan battles 50 years of time during his restoration of a 1967 Ford Mustang coupe; Jay works on a 1965 Triumph TR4.
Budget issues threaten the restoration of a 1964 Mercedes-Benz 230SL; Al learns that his father's Pontiac GTO may not be the vehicle he thought it was.
A lack of reference material and anchor points complicate the installation of a new convertible top on a 1953 Morgan; the crew tries to repair a 1969 Camaro's poor restoration work.
The owner of a 1954 Oldsmobile needs the team to get his vehicle in shape for a 1,000-mile road race; Dan stands firm after he discovers safety issues with a 1977 Triumph Spitfire.
A demanding owner brings in a 1941 Buick Coupe; Janelle wants her Kawasaki KZ-750 motorcycle transformed into a cool and stripped down machine.
The crew faces a puzzle of rust and rotted wood as it attempts to restore a 1917 Overland; Dan purchases a 1968 Camaro on the Internet.
The restoration of a C10 gets ugly when the pickup's paint is removed; a Heinkel arrives with mismatched scooter parts.
The owner of a Mach 1 wants more muscle added to his vehicle; a "his-and-hers" restoration involves a Sunbeam Tiger and a Fiat Spider.
Dan restores a 1977 Corvette Stingray for an emotional owner; a customer wants machine guns added to a 1965 Cobra.
Problems plaguing a 1983 Avanti include an ill-fitting engine and $58,000 worth of mismatched parts; a Chevrolet 3100 pickup has bigger troubles than just the rope holding its doors shut.
A 1965 Cadillac DeVille filled with leaves and rat droppings is considered a health hazard; the team hopes to transform a 1984 Monte Carlo into a head-turning anniversary gift.
A 1964 Impala that is one step away from the junkyard; a delay on a 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air Wagon.
Dan attempts a near-impossible conversion by making a 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS accessible for the physically challenged; a 1926 Velie becomes the shop's first pre-war restoration.
The owner of a 1965 Ford Mustang has big plans that exceed his budget; a 1951 Studebaker truck needs a unique design in order to be transformed into a premiere show vehicle.
Dan and the team ready a 1963 Chevrolet Corvette for an upcoming wedding and repair a 1931 Ford Model A hot rod wrecked by a well-intentioned Internet mechanic.