Mike and Frank make a scene when they hit the streets in a one-of-a-kind rocket car.
When a one-of-a-kind, quarter-scale model of a 1932 Hudson car arrives in the shop, Rick and the guys put the wheels in motion for a museum-quality makeover. Then, a 1950s pillow speaker—a radio used by hospitals to play music for bed-ridden patients—arrives looking for a dreamy restoration.
Animals are imbued with incredible abilities, like echo-location and super-sight. This time, Stan sends Daniel on a mission to find four people who claim they have the ability to match nature's superpowered animals.
Champion driver Kyle Bush and Charlotte Motor Speedway's Marcus Smith call on Rick to create a trophy inspired by NASCAR's past for the History 300 race. When Ron hears about the race, he reveals a crush on NASCAR driver Danica Patrick, and makes it his mission to tag along with Rick and win her heart.
Count's Kustoms has had its most successful year to date, and Danny wants to reward the employee who has done the most for the shop with something special--a car! The problem is, Danny can't decide who that is, so he must get creative to pick both a winner and the perfect prize.
The five builders pull out all the stops to compete for who will be best in show at the biggest bikers' showcase in the country.
A Casino VIP visits Count's Kustoms to commission a high-end chopper build for a huge blackjack bonus prize, and shop detailer Roli sets his sights on a jaw dropping chopper of his own.
After years of begging Mike and Frank to let her go on a pick, Danielle finally gets her chance. The three head out to visit a major collector with a barn full of hidden treasures.
Discover the world of rotorcraft and the science that enables them to hover like hummingbirds.
Hugh Rowland returns, intent on running his previous employer out of town. Polar Industries owner Mark Kohaykewych gears up for battle by enlisting some of Hugh's biggest rivals, including Alaskan ice road icon Lisa Kelly.
In order to fill their half-million-dollar contract, VP keeps its struggling new hire, Art Burke, aboard and brings on another trucker, Todd Dewey. At Polar Industries, Darrell Ward is the first to test out a newly opened road, but his truck has a problem that could be deadly.
The Polar crew faces lake crossings on thinning ice and wrong turns in the wilderness. Meanwhile their rival VP Express boss, Hugh Rowland, crashes into the ditch.
With only days remaining to determine the load count winner, Polar and VP Express race to deliver hauls over the rapidly melting roads. VP boss Hugh Rowland drives a fire truck up the rugged route to Wasagamack, but before hitting the trail, he makes an unwelcome surprise visit to the Polar yard.
Polar Industries has pulled ahead of rival VP Express, and VP boss Hugh Rowland decides to hit the road on his own. Polar scores a lucrative contract hauling million dollar parts for a water treatment plant, but both Darrell Ward and Alex Debogorski face major delays.
Broken down trucks and ticked off drivers might bring an end to Hugh Roland's plans for VP Express. Over at Polar, the team is faced with massive challenges as the drivers race to stay ahead of their rival.
Eustace and Preston install walk boards on their work-in-progress lumber shed to help them safely build upwards.
Charlie Tucker uses mountain man ingenuity to cover one of his most basic human needs in the wilderness.
In this scene, Frank is the only one who can test drive a hot rod truck with a low roof.
In this scene, Mike and Frank take a piece of art for a spin around the lake.
In this scene, Paul's challenge bike wins first place.
At the NASCAR Hall of Fame, Rick learns about the history of Junior Johnson's legendary "Yellow Banana" car.
There is no room for error when Rick restores a train speeder that hasn’t operated in 25 years as part of a job for a museum. Will Ron regret letting Leonard ride the restoration?
In this video extra, John, Len, Kody and Brian plan to bring the best they've got to Sturgis.
Ron loves the ladies and has no problem showing the world.
In this scene, Brian takes a road trip to pick up his custom made wheel.
In this scene, Tom Oar and his son wake up hungry, but quickly realize that in the mountains you have to catch your own breakfast.
As Mike and Frank approach Kyle's property, they notice a barn covered in advertising signs. Once inside, Mike finds an old kid's wagon equipped with headlights.
Giorgio visits the Pacific Northwest with a man who claims to have had an encounter with Bigfoot while camping in the Olympic National Park.
Most people think they know the significance behind the colors of the American flag, but there's more to this remarkable story.
Giorgio searches for clues with a man who has a collection of more than 200 plaster casts made from footprints that might belong to Bigfoot.
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