In an episode like no other, Chip and Chris revisit some of the most memorable builds in Overhaulin' history -- including the classic '56 Ford truck.
In the midst of SEMA, the world's biggest car show, Chip Foose and the A-Team turn a mid-'50s dog of a car into a 21st-century instant superstar.
Hot Dog Fred has nothing but love for his old Volkswagon Microbus. After Chip and the A-Team work their magic, he may fall in love all over again.
Sandy and Ken's 1967 Camaro is a forgotten family heirloom. Sandy contacts Chip and the team to restore the car to its original luster.
Jim's 1956 Bel Air convertible just sits in his driveway. His son Danny contacts the "Overhaulin'" crew to restore the car to its former glory.
Harrison lost interest in restoring his 1963 Chevy Nova. A good friend contacts Chip and the team and asks them to finish the car "Overhaulin'" style.
George is the proud owner of a Chevrolet truck. George's wife, Kathy, thought the truck should be restored to its former glory by Chip and the team.
Matt's plans for restoring his 1965 Ford Mustang coupe get sidelined. But with Chip's help, this classic car gets a second chance to shine.
Dave sideswiped his 1969 Mustang but didn't have the money to fix it. Dave's father steps up and gets Dave the overhaulin' that he deserves.
John Force wants to get his little yellow bus overhauled so he can shuttle students to events -- and transport his racing crew and family in a bus.
Daniel bought a 1972 Challenger that he and his son could work on. The car still needs a lot of work. Daniel would like to see it orange with stripes.
Recently, Domnick was injured at work and is unable to work on his beloved 1970 Monte Carlo. His wife coordinates a very well-deserved overhaul.
Hector sacrificed everything to keep his family together. His wife wants "Overhaulin'" to overhaul his 1970 Mustang, the car of his dreams.
The team overhauls the CNN Hummer that brought us the news from Iraq to commemorate the brave soldiers and journalists.
Nick Lachey wants to overhaul his brother's 1967 Ford F100 for Drew's 30th birthday.
Vince wants to help Randy fulfill their childhood dreams of fixing up his 1965 Buick so it can blast rock 'n' roll and they can find hot chicks.
Arianny Celeste is new around the paint gun.
Chip Foose shares his views on where car culture will be in the future.
Before this Chevy C10 is ready for paint, it needs to be prepped and sanded.
Chip Foose and the A-Team restore a newly-retired teacher's 1954 pickup truck.
This 1965 Fastback Mustang was originally built with few accessories.
Let's see how Arianny Celeste handles the fine painting details.
These folks are going to stretch the limits to remodel a '67 Mustang.
Jay Leno makes his mechanic and friend, Dave Killackey's dream come true.
Miles wants to restore the Bronco to it's original beauty as a tribute.
David never had enough saved to fix up his '68 Firebird.
Chip Foose and Chris Jacobs team up to reveal this 1965 Buick Skylark.
Chip Foose restores a Beetle for a young mechanic with health problems.
Automotive restoration artist Chip Foose and his team return for another season of "stealing" unsuspecting victims' classic cars, only to return them a week later completely overhauled into lean, mean street machines. This year, Foose and crew go to work on classics such as a 1966 Pontiac LeMans, a 1972 Dodge Challenger and a 1963 Mercury Comet, along with later models such as a 1996 Chevy Tahoe.
Can a group of custom car builders working with lightning speed on a limited budget transform a guy's clunker into a hot custom car without him knowing it?
Half "Punk'd," half "Pimp My Ride," this series from The Learning Channel features hosts Christopher Jacobs and Adrienne "A.J." Janic tricking people out of their keys so they can trick out their cars. The unwitting targets are stunned to see their run-down cars hauled away, but even more amazed when they see the magic performed by auto rehab expert Chip Foose and his team.
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