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There's undiscovered treasure in the bayous of Louisiana and Charles Handler knows how to find it. From a 1957 Chevy Bel Air convertible to a 1967 Shelby Mustang GT, Handler and his team find long-forgotten piles of junk and turn them into dazzling custom cars. He searches all over Louisiana for one-of-a-kind classics, invests his own money to fix them up, and then sells them at auction. These treasures can sell for big money so there's a huge profit to be made, if everything goes according to plan. Each episode, based in New Orleans, will feature amazing vehicle restorations and high stakes auctions where everything's on the line.
Charles and Trey get a call from a man who wants to unload his 1971 Ford Bronco; Charles seeks to transform the Bronco into a California off-road vehicle in time for a classic car auction, while Trey fears that Charles' vision may alienate bidders.
Charles and Trey get a lead on a possible Ed Roth Trike; while Trey doubts its authenticity due to a lack of documentation, Charles trusts his gut and buys the Trike for a hefty amount of money.
Trey and Frankie get a call about a 1974 Dodge Charger down at the used car lot. It is in pretty-good shape, but with another auction only a few weeks away, the Bomb Factory will need to soup up this muscle car in record time if there's any hope of it bringing in any real money. Charles thinks a larger engine and a sleek paint job should do the trick, but a disagreement the rear windows puts their tight timeline in jeopardy.
Famed car collector, Tim Wellborne asks the team to recreate a famous add car from the 70's, IE. the "most beautiful car that never was"-- the 1970 Paint Chip 'Cuda to feature in his muscle car museum. Charles accepts, hoping a car like this with a placement like that will really get the Bomb Factory on the map. However, staring down the barrel of a complicated paint job and a meticulous client, Charles worries that the final product may not be as good as required.
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