Dave and Peter hire new contractors to help flip a house. When Dave and Peter go in the house to see the progress, they see that the contractors they hired are not even working, it's an intern that the contractors hired and he's messing up, badly.
Pete and Dave take a break and turn up the heat in Dave's new sauna.
Peter's wife comes by to give Peter some lunch. Which is good for contractor Todd Slocum, because with Peter out of the way, Todd can work much faster.
Peter and Dave come up with a quick and cost-effective solution to clean a graffiti-covered back yard fence.
While walking through the unfinished basement of their next house, Dave sees a dead mouse and loses his cool. Peter finds this new phobia hilarious and decides to have a little fun at Dave%uFFFD%uFFFDs expense.
When Dave demonstrates how to put handles on the kitchen cabinet doors, he discovers that someone made a big mistake in their measurements.
Pete stops by the house on Clovelly Street and with a little help from GC Brandon, comes up with an island plan that solves a space problem in the kitchen.
Peter and Desi take a break from working on their current flip to visit the Newburyport waterfront, where they start a friendly competition.
Tommy Christmas and crew know all the tricks to make fast cars go furiously faster on the race track. Helping Tommy are his three best friends, Steve, Chuck and Andy, and the only thing bigger than their love for race cars is their appetite. Fixing up old cars is always a challenge, but when fast equals cash, every second counts.
Scott sees an opportunity to add some bragging rights to this flip by creating one huge attic window looking out over the bay. But when Peter reminds him he needs a functional window to fit an air conditioner unit, he must race back to the house before it's too late!
Peter, Desi, and Christiana work together to paint a room for the newest member of the Souhleris family.
Tommy's dad visits the shop to have work done on his 1969 Plymouth Barracuda. Tommy will do it for free but first, his dad must agree to a friendly wager. Andy and Chuck get themselves in a heap of trouble when they agree to restore a 1956 Ford Short Bed.
The owner of a rare 1970 Plymouth Superbird comes to Christmas Auto. He needs Tommy's help to take down his long time rival in a head to head, Superbird vs Superbird race. Chuck and Andy attempt to bring a drag car that's in a million pieces back to life.
Tommy agrees to find and rebuild a 68 Mustang Fastback GT to make a client's dream come true. And when a 1971 Maverick comes at the shop, he can't resist helping out a true American Hero. The guys talk Tommy into rebuilding an old ice cream truck.
Tommy helps a friend break up Matching Numbers on a 1971 Chevy Chevelle SS to make it run a faster quarter mile. Steve and Andy seek out a classic Vette to flip at an annual Corvette show but when they arrive there are a lot of lookers but no takers.
Tommy and Steve set out to re-build a 64 Ford Galaxie, which will be passed down from father to son. Chuck and Andy buy a 69 Dodge Coronet Convertible, with the intentions of turning it into a tribute to the super rare Dodge Coronet Convertible R/T.
Will's day off at the lake is interrupted when Chop discovers that the latest sales numbers are "not too snappy." Will gives their three weakest performers until the end of the day to "show them that they mean business or find another business.
Peter and Dave outbid a local buyer for a derelict three bedroom colonial. The bidder turns out to be the nosy next door neighbor. Trouble begins with the neighbor's barrage of attempts to halt progress on the renovation.
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