Richard, Russell and Chris hit the road and surprise the rehabbed garage owners to see how they're doing. They're met with a few disappointments, but mostly happy surprises with clean and profitable shops.
Richard and crew struggle to turn around a huge 8000 square foot speed shop in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. This is the largest garage they've done and almost an impossible feat to accomplish, but with a genius tuner as the co-owner, it's a job they want to take.
Richard checks out an ATV shop in Louisiana, but when the owners reject his offer, Richard goes to Oklahoma, where he considers rehabbing a local tuning shop that's barely paying the bills. After putting the owner to a test on the dyno, Richard helps him out.
Richard uses his time, money, and resources to help a motorcycle shop in Jackson, MS. He and his crew have less than a week to completely overhaul the shop and help the owner become the go-to garage for custom old-school choppers.
Richard sets his sights on rehabbing a certified SMOG shop in Bakersfield, CA. Richard and the crew have only six days to help the owner get back on his feet and explore new areas of revenue that will make it successful.
Richard Rawlings sees potential in a failing garage in Dallas and a hot rod shop in L.A. He and his crew have less than a week to completely overhaul the shops and give the owners a much needed reboot.
Richard Rawlings loans $250,000 in time, money and resources to a declining garage in Los Angeles. Richard and his crew have less than a week to battle the rain, make transformative renovations, and tame a wildcard hot rod shop owner.
In the series premiere, Richard Rawlings loans $100,000 of his time, money and resources to rehab a failing Dallas automotive garage. Richard and his crew have less than a week to completely overhaul the shop and teach the owner some new tricks so Richard can make a profit.