Brian purchases the "Cat in the Hat" movie car and must make the trip to Los Angeles to inspect the vehicle. Meanwhile, Greg sets his eyes on the first house bus ever built by Spartan in 1949 and sends Jay to collect it in Detroit.
The Dizzy Lizzy was Walt Disney's 1930 Ford Model-T capable of doing wheelies and three-sixty degree turns and Greg thinks he's found it. Meanwhile, Jay hunts for cars and Brian buys a 1980s Disney double-decker bus in Whiting, Indiana.
The Grams family has a lead on a Cadillac owned by music icon Elvis Presley, which leads Brian to a strange man in the sticks of Oklahoma; and Jay visits Bob Moore Cadillac and adds some classics to his inventory.
Brian is on the hunt for a 1936 Mercedes-Benz Von Krieger 540K Roadster. He also takes a risk on a truck full of mystery Hollywood movie cars. Jay helps two brothers in Iowa surprise their grandfather with a 1947 Buick Roadmaster.
Volo Auto Museum is Greg Grams' vision, featuring collectible and rare vehicles. His sons, Brian and Jay, seek to add to the museum: Jay chases up ten classics and a 1934 Ford, while Brian revisits a $1.3 million 1967 Shelby.