With bonus scenes and insider facts. A custom motorcycle shop in Tampa needs a lifeline. The team strives to fix the shop and teach Low Life Industries how to build a brand and think beyond selling T-shirts.
Richard sees potential in the golf cart industry and tries to turn a shop around. However, when building permits bring their plans to a halt and the owner doesn't pull his weight, Richard has second thoughts about the project.
Richard Rawlings gives $100,000, plus his time and contacts to rebuild Keys Customs in Key West, Florida, since the shop was destroyed by Hurricane Irma and now Richard and his crew have a week to turn it around.
Richard commits $300,000 to the big 20,000 square-foot Northrich Collision rebuild. However, Russell and Chris find themselves in the middle of a family feud, while the team works hard to turn the garage around.
Richard and his crew head out to Phoenix, Arizona, to help Fly 'N Hi, a once-legendary 4x4 shop that is now struggling to keep the doors open.Richard sees the potential in reviving the 38-year old brand and allocates $225,000 to bring the shop back.
With insider facts and bonus footage. The Rehab crew helps renovate a cluttered automotive garage in Roanoke, Texas. Then, Richard returns to see if the owner has stopped hoarding cars and started turning out business.