Aaron and Richard find themselves a 1931 Model A to chop! What begins as a simple build quickly grows into a grand green machine. With less than a month to build this chromed out 60's show car from the ground up, Richard's wild plan may be too much.
When Richard snaps back to his senses, he puts the monkeys back on track and they must finish the '31 Chopped Model A in ten days. It doesn't go without a lot of strife. Meanwhile, Richard and Dennis argue over a holy grail find of a 64 ½ Mustang.
When Richard lands his biggest deal in Gas Monkey history, his crew struggles to hit Sonic Drive-In's deadline. Meanwhile, Christie and Richard spar over losing an auction bid. Tensions are high and it doesn't look like anyone's going to come out on top.
The Monkey's go super big with their first corporate client Sonic Drive-In to build a promotional 68 Camaro SS convertible. But with only day's left until delivery, Richard might miss out on a huge pay day, and tarnish his reputation.
As Aaron prepares for the Pikes Peak International Race, he learns that his Falcon still has some work to be. Then Aaron springs on Richard that they have 3 weeks to build a Pace Race Truck for Pikes Peak. Meanwhile, Richard lands a sweet '31 Model A.
Pikes Peak International Race is 3 days away and the C10 pace truck is nowhere near being complete. Aaron struggles to keep the Falcon damage free as he approaches the race of his life. Richard also finds some old employees stepping into his territory.
Before beginning a new season building even bigger and better cars, Richard and Aaron gather the Monkeys to remember the ups and downs of the last year.
Richard buys a '78 Cutlass so Aaron can build Gas Monkey's first ever lowrider, only to discover that Aaron's plan to create custom hydraulics is something he's never attempted before.
As Richard heads to Houston to check out Gas Monkey's top fuel NHRA dragster do some racing, the Monkeys need to do some racing of their own to finish a custom lowrider paint job on the '78 Cutlass in time for the car's debut.
Richard and Aaron decide bigger is better, giving a red '67 Cadillac convertible the luxury treatment in a risky bid to attract a higher caliber of buyers.
With a big-time buyer already on the way, engine and upholstery problems threaten to derail Richard and Aaron's red '67 Cadillac convertible.
Richard plans to make a quick repair on a smashed 2005 Ford GT, but Aaron talks him into giving it the Gas Monkey treatment.
As work on the smashed up 2005 Ford GT continues, Richard heads to Indiana to try to sell a Shelby Cobra prop car used in the superhero movie Iron Man.