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Season 8 / Episode 5 and airs on 27 June 2018 01:00
In FantomWorks, restoration expert Dan Short and his team only have a heart for those who genuinely love their cars. Every car has a story, but if you can't prove to Dan that you truly care about your car and want The Job done right then he won't accept your business. Dan's bustling shop, FantomWorks, is the largest automotive restoration shop in America. Leaning on of years automotive restoration experience in addition to the qualities of discipline and precision Dan acquired in the military, the FantomWorks team runs a busy production pipeline in order to meticulously refurbish some of America's favorite rides. Every week old cars come with new obstacles including irate car owners, personality clashes, cost over-runs, parts problems and walkouts.
Walter loves the fast and futuristic look of his 1975 Bricklin. Unfortunately, the car drives like something from the dark ages. Dan restores a 1963 Split Window Corvette for a pair of owners who know him well — his Uncle Carl and Aunt Claire.
Steve has only driven his prized 1969 Camaro Z28 at five miles an hour, but he wants it to be a muscle car beast. Scott owns a rare matching numbers 1964 Corvette that he wants brought back to life.
Kim and Doug want to drive her father's hyper-rare 1959 Thunderbolt, but the car was only set up for the racetrack. Batalla is a legendary motorcycle builder who asks Dan to restore his prized possession - a 1947 Knucklehead.
Larry wants to drive his uncle's prized '59 Cadillac DeVille, but the car has spent decades baking in the AZ sun. Brian spent years gathering parts to restore his grandfather's 1960 Bel Air only to find that he's still missing more critical components.
Dave traded for his dream '57 Corvette over three decades ago, but his plans to build it have, so far, come to nothing. Ken picked a rare 1954 Kaiser Darrin from his father's collection, now it's on FantomWorks to reverse the hands of time.
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