Invested over their heads in a wrecked Ferrari F-40 Richard, Aaron and the crew embark on the riskiest -- and most expensive -- build in Gas Monkey history. To recoup costs they flip a '58 Corvette C1 and a timecapsule Dead Head tour bus.
The crew pushes to finish the Ferrari F40 and get it sold. Costs rise when the $8000 windshield gets broken. Richard's luck turns when the 1967 Porsche 911S he buys turns out to be something better! Tom better get crankin' on a 1917 REO or he'll be fired.
Once again, Richard and Aaron stall the crazy, roadtripping Aussies with Texas hospitality while the crew races to finish a 59 Bonneville they were given only 72 hrs to fix up. To get some more cash for the job, Richard picks up two mini cars from a nest.
Richard and Aaron pick up a '64 Dodge Sweptline that's a mishmash of parts. A '32 Ford Roadster Richard forgot he bought rolls in, but it's up to Christie to seal the deal with the prospective buyer. KC hits the road with Richard to buy a 65 Mustang.
The crew struggles to finish the frankensteined 64 Dodge truck. Richard flips a 52 Chevy. He digs out an Oldsmobile Delta 88 he forgot he bought but it's also not quite what he remembered. Broke brakes leave a dent in the garage door and Richard's wallet.
Richard and Aaron head to Roswell to pick up a 67 Ford Galaxie 500 that's out of this world, especially with its new race engine. A 72 Pantera and a 32 Plymouth Coupe will be quick flips, but Richard plots the right time to unleash a rare 51 Nash Healey.
With Aaron temporarily MIA, the crew works on the Ford Galaxie. Richard and Tom roadtrip to auction with Evel Knievel's Messerschmitt. Richard tempts Dennis with a rare Nash Healey. The shop gets crank calls from a guy claiming to be Dale Earnhardt Jr.
SEASON FINALE: Richard, Aaron, Sue and the Gas Monkey crew celebrate the end of the season by sharing their favorite moments, responding to viewer mail, and giving a special peek into what REALLY goes on in the garage when the Big Monkey isn't watching.