Next Episode of Graveyard Carz is
Season 9 / Episode 8 and airs on 26 April 2018 02:00
The Graveyard Carz crew - Mark, Daren, Josh and Royal - take wrecked muscle cars and restore them to assembly-line condition. Led by Mark "The Warmachine" Worman, the crew works some serious magic to get these Mopar racing classics across the finish line every week. As a leading Chrysler muscle car specialist and body shop owner, Worman doesn't settle for anything less than perfect restorations. Neither does his team as there is too much beauty in a quality Detroit automobile to let them go to rust. Even if it is a Herculean effort, these cars will rise again.
The ghouls are wrapping up the 340 Cuda and installing panels on the Hemi Charger. Mark trains Allysa on O.E.M. assembly line markings and the team gets a visit from the legendary Christine.
The team struggles with after-market parts on their 400 Magnum engine. Allyssa gets out of the office and into the shop...sort of. The ghouls disassemble two incredibly rare Mopars, including a convertible worth over 7 figures.
The entire restoration of the 1970 'Cuda 340 is revealed. Watch Mark and the Ghouls battle with the 340 engine, as every possible problem is encountered, and find out if someone sabotaged the engine.
The ghouls begin work on Bill Goldberg's '68 GTX, Mark repairs some bad body work on a Challenger decklid, and Will paints Brett Torino's '67 Hemi GTX. When Mark sets out to paint the 400 Magnum and Hemi engines, Will challenges him to a paint off.
The Ghouls restore the Burnt Orange 1970 Hemi Charger R/T. Starting from the ground up we reveal the tear-down, body work, paint, assembly line markings, drive train installation and the first firing of the Hemi inside this car in over 33 years.
In the season 5 finale, witness the completion of the Burnt Orange 1970 Hemi Charger R/T. While Dave Rea races to finish its assembly, Mark prepares for his biggest and most public reveal yet.
Mark Worman(Mark Worman)
Daren Kirkpatrick(Daren Kirkpatrick)
Josh Rose(Josh Rose)
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