It's a hectic day. Dave jumps from car to car, installing and assembling what he can; Will struggles to keep focused on one project at a time; and Mark makes progress on his A100 build with the hopes of revealing at SEMA 2018.
With SEMA in their rear-view mirror, the ghouls begin the final assembly of a 1969 Plymouth GTX in Seafoam Turquoise; and when help comes up short-handed, Mark enlists what he likes to call his Echo Bomber.
It's another reveal day. Mark and Allysa install the graphics on the '71 Plumb Crazy Challenger; the 1970 Lemon-Twist Roadrunner is finished and readied for delivery to its owner; and Mark proposes an idea to the show's producers.
With Mark out of the shop looking at a potential new location for a Mopar car-dealership, the Graveyard Ghouls begin the drivetrain assembly's for a 1970 Lime Light Tribute Superbird and the 1970 Plum Crazy Challenger.
In the Season 8 premiere, the Ghouls return with the final assembly of the legendary General Lee, which so happens to also be the official screen-used, record-holding, freeway jump-car from the 2005 "Dukes of Hazzard" film.