Misfit Garage, Season 2HDClosed Captioning
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The former “misfit” employees of Gas Monkey Garage (Discovery’s Fast N’ Loud) continue to tackle the obstacles of their new shop, FU. Between the aftermath of a demolished ’69 Chevy and an ’59 Oldsmobile money pit, Thomas and the team are surrounded by major projects that they need turn into profit.
|1||HDClosed CaptioningVideoFlipped for a '69 Chevy Shortbed, Pt. 1||Thomas and Scot roll into FU with their first truck project, but disaster strikes when Scot and Austin pick up the newly painted 69 Chevy cab and bed. Thomas must decide whether he wants to build up a 59 Oldsmobile, or keep as an original relic.||42:34||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|2||HDClosed CaptioningVideoFlipped for a '69 Chevy Shortbed, Pt. 2||FU Garage must deal with the aftermath of the demolished '69 Chevy Pickup . Jordan and Tom look for a replacement cab, while Thomas tries to flip a '59 Oldsmobile to deal with the unforeseen costs.||42:34||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|3||HDClosed CaptioningVideoA Rusty, Crusty '67 Camaro, Pt. 1||Thomas brings home a rusted '67 Camaro that the entire team is excited to get to work on, except for Scot and Austin. As the garage keeps busy repairing the Camaro, Scot refuses to work on something he believes won't make any money.||42:34||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|4||HDClosed CaptioningVideoA Rusty Crusty '67 Camaro, Pt. 2||In the wake of Scot and Austin quitting the garage, the Fired Up guys call on friends and family to help prep and repair the '67 Camaro. Meanwhile, Thomas and Tom have their eye on 73 Firebird.||42:34||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|5||HDClosed CaptioningVideoA '31 Ford Hot Rod and '71 Holy Grail Cuda||Tom and Thomas purchase a 31 Ford Model A frame. Since the car is basically just a shell, they'll need new doors and lots of parts in order to build it out. Meanwhile, Jordan suggests they take a look at a 71 Cuda. Thomas also flips a 68 Mustang.||42:34||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|6||HDClosed CaptioningVideoThe '71 Holy Grail Cuda/Goodbye Little Richard||While the guys work on tearing down the 71 Cuda, Scot and Austin arrive to see if they Fired Up guys need any assistance, since they've got two big projects on their hands. Thomas and Tom flip a 51 Chevy truck. Tom also says goodbye to Little Richard.||42:34||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|7||HDClosed CaptioningVideoThe Race to Finish the '71 Holy Grail Cuda||The guys continue building the 71 Cuda but run into several fitting issues. The Fired Up Garage future also hangs by a thread, when they can't get the '71 Cuda engine running potentially denying them their largest payday.||42:34||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|8||HDClosed CaptioningVideoRevving up the '31 Ford Hotrod||The 31 Ford build has been at a stand still until the necessary parts finally arrive and the build can move forward, but a wiring mistake from Kevin almost burns the car to ground . Thomas purchases another 71 Cuda, but this time from Richard.||42:34||$2.99||View in iTunes|
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Great Spin Off from Gas Monkey
This is a GREAT spin off show from Gas Monkey Garage. These guys are pretty much starting from where Richard Rawlings and Aaron Kaufman began years ago, trying to buy, fix and/or flip cars for a profit and I love these types of shows. They are fun to watch and I learn a lot about vintage cars that many, weren't VINTAGE in the beginning of my lifetime. I remember watching "Vintage" shows and thinking "How cool that must have been to have around back way before I was born" but now it's more like "Wow, I remember when that car was brand new". Anyway, the guys here are younger (some are) and they all have some kind of tie to Gas Monkey Garage at one time or another, whch is another show I love to watch. To see how they bring these old classic cars back to life just inspires me as I would LOVE to have my first car I ever owned rebuilt and able to buy if I could even find one that was in the same body style mine had etc.., but enough about me,
This show is funny, and I love the characters on this show. I really hope they succeed in getting the cars that they want at a decent price so they can make $$ and that people will watch. It's worth it to watch these guys who put their own $$ into getting parts to upgrade the cars they rebuild which makes it very important to get the cars built with as few mistakes as possible because one bad build could end the company, and I would hate to see that. These are all good guys, and best of luck to them.