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Season 9 / Episode 8 and airs on 31 January 2019 02:00
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.
Arnold brings Dan two interlocking projects. He wants FantomWorks to transform his 1946 Ford Panel Wagon into a classic tour-mobile and he also wants Dan to fix the 1941 Harley Flathead motorcycle that will ride in the back.
Walter brings his 1975 Bricklin back to FantomWorks with the hope that Dan can fix problems that were created when it was built. And then add missiles. Tim's 1954 Imperial hasn't run in decades and everything on the car is locked up solid.
Kolin asks Dan to repair his smashed up 1973 Corvette, but Dan finds major problems that existed before the accident. Jim wants Dan to build him an asphalt crushing 1970 Challenger convertible by adding a 426 Hemi with all the fixin's.
David and Chuck want their enormous heirloom 1961 International Harvester Metro Van converted into a state-of-the-art restomod, with all the trimmings. David asks Dan to find and restore a 1966 Lincoln Convertible.
FantomWorks epic 4-year-long wrestling match with the 1961 International Harvester Metro concludes with an incredible, one-of-a-kind van. Ray wants his '69 ZL1 to match the number 68 rally car, but he needs Dan's rare Winters stamped 427 COPO motor.
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