Dave lets go of a few oddities he has kept hidden in storage. His 1929 Schneider needs custom upholstery; his 1970s Volkswagen Beetle needs to be fired up; and his 1959 Borgward Isabella may be a lemon.
Dave unveils the Guild's next big restoration, a 1966 Ferrari 250 GT California Spyder. Later, Billy gets a crash course on traditional panel beating, while Dave returns to Italy to learn about Italian coachbuilding.
Dave's investment partner, Larry, is having transmission problems with his prized new possession, a 1937 Cord 812, but a look under the hood reveals even more issues. Meanwhile, Ken swaps the brake system on a 1948 Dodge pickup.
Dave tasks newbie mechanics with installing the engine of his 1949 Willys-Overland Jeepster while getting his hands dirty on a carburetor rebuild of his 1983 Series III Land Rover. Meanwhile, Larry gets rattled by a 1974 E-Type Jaguar.
Dave's new ride, a 2016 Alfa 4C Competizione, gets put to the test when Janice challenges him to a race in her 2006 Lotus Elise. Back at the garage, Ron and Lary try their best to fire up the stubborn rotary engine of a 1966 NSU-RO-80.
Dave drops big bucks on an eclectic mix of cars at a local auction, including a 2003 Aston Martin Vanquish and a 1958 Dodge C-Series half-ton. Back at the Guild, things go south when Larry borrows the boss' beloved 1958 Power Wagon.
Dave showcases the Guild's 1935 Bugatti Aerolithe Coupe at an aviation celebration in Oshkosh, Wis., alongside the 100P, the only plane Ettore Bugatti ever built. Back at the Guild, a 1965 Buick Riviera Gran Sport rolls in.
Larry sees his favorite Studebaker one last time before it's shipped off to a new owner. Later, Brad troubleshoots an overheating problem on a Ferrari 328 GTS; and Dave decides to auction off two decades of car memorabilia.
In the Season 3 premiere, Dave and Larry's dreams of showing off their Delahaye are shot after a chrome malfunction. Later, the guys' spirits are lifted by a pricey custom roadster; and Ken runs into trouble on a 1951 Ford F1.