The Coddington crew are near the end on their Model T racer project. With Bonneville Speedweek fast approaching, Jo gets in some last minute practice.
Working in overdrive to finish two cars, the build grinds to a screeching halt after problems with fabrication and a major development with the motor.
Boyd and his crew start in on their next project - a 1926 Model T that will be reborn as a Bonneville Racer, and a new hire joins the team.
The build comes to a halt, as the crew head to Tulsa, OK, where they unearth a '57 Plymouth Belvedere that's been in a time capsule for 50 years.
As the shop battles unrealistic deadlines and uncontrolled egos, Liz gets caught in the crossfire and Al calls it quits.
Another double build: a 1959 Corvette and a totally custom Bella Haye. But the real excitement enters the shop when Boyd introduces a new employee.
Near the end of the build but when Gabe puts the upholstery on hold to celebrate a family milestone, final assembly becomes a race against the clock.
A new project: A 1960 Mercury Station Wagon for the Sobe Beverage Company. But as the build heats up, the crew starts to lose its grip.
When the body of the 1960 Mercury Station Wagon and chassis finally come together and the parts don't fit, the guys scramble.
When Duane finally cracks, Boyd is left all alone to manage the end of the build, and get the car to its Times Square debut.
The crew continue work on the Cadillac, but when the crew rejects the car color, and a father/son dispute comes to a head, Duane loses control.
Boyd heads to the chocolate factory and Graceland after the Reese's Company commissions Boyd to do a tribute car for Elvis Presley.
Boyd reveals his favorite hot rods. From the Cadzilla to the Gray Ghost, find out which cars show up on his top ten on this American Hotrod.
Boyd Coddington shows off the newly restored '57 Chevy O'Reilly Hot Rod.
Boyd Coddington talks about racing, concept cars, and unique cars.
Boyd Coddington talks about his dream car, how he became interested in cars, and the future of cars.
Boyd Coddington talks about his favorite drive and his favorite engine performance modification.
Duane Mayer of Boyd Coddington's Garage talks about buying cars, the future of cars, and modifications.
Duane Mayer of Boyd Coddington's Garage talks about racing, unique cars, and his best car related memory.
Duane Mayer, a supervisor at Boyd Coddington's Garage, talks about his first car, his dream car, and how he became interested in cars.
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