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Last Stop Garage stars a colourful crew of ingenious mechanics who operate out of CRB Automotive – a family-owned garage in North West River, located at one of the furthest driveable points on the eastern seaboard. Using sometimes questionable backwoods resourcefulness, the clever automotive-hack specialists put their "mechanical magic" to work, fixing and building just about anything for anyone in their remote town of 553 residents. With a whole lot of heart, they "get'er done", Labrador style. Just as the community relies on the shop, the mechanics rely on the eccentric locals for wisdom, parts, and a helping hand.
When a local journalist shows up with a busted hovercraft, the boys jump at the opportunity to get it flying again. Without time to find or order parts, they have to scrounge an engine and get it un-seized, repair a heavily damaged prop, and build a skirt out of local materials. The job is on track until the eleventh hour when they suffer a potentially catastrophic breakdown.
Without any major paving operations in Labrador, a local entrepreneur wants to start recycling asphalt and taking on smaller jobs. The boys have to scrounge for metal tanks and a burner, build a giant asphalt oven, and mount it on a homemade trailer built from an abandoned pickup. The project is destined to overheat before the boys get the novel design figured out.
A musician needs a tour vehicle so she can travel to Labrador villages, perform, and build her music career. With a limited budget, the boys build an all-in-one vehicle that serves as transportation, lounge, and performance space. They convert an old school bus, and build a fold-out stage while Leander and Ross scrounge and decorate a comfortable interior. And what music performance would be complete without pyro?
The remote village of Mud Lake was left in a state of disaster after a severe flood. Without road access, the town needs to move waste out, and construction materials in, over the Churchill River. The CRB guys lead construction of a barge, while the community pitches in with materials. They salvage a truck engine, adapt it for marine use, and drop it into a heavy-duty homemade hull.
Collin Baikie(Collin Baikie)
Corey Webber(Corey Webber)
Stan Oliver(Stan Oliver)
Melinda Baikie(Melinda Baikie)
Leander Baikie(Leander Baikie)
Amy Parsons(Amy Parsons)
Kyle Powell(Kyle Powell)
Tyler Powell(Tyler Powell)
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