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Season 13 / Episode 10 and airs on 19 May 2021 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.
Mark begins installing decals on World Heavyweight Champion, Bill Goldberg's 1968 GTX Convertible. Allysa works her way around the shop helping Will block and prep the Phantom Cuda for final paint and assisting Dave with the Road Runner and bumper instal.
After a performing poorly, the Graveyard Ghouls are tasked with disassembling and assessing the damage to a 383 engine for a customer's 1971 Challenger currently in the shop.
With actor, retired pro football player, and multi title World Wrestling Champion Bill "The Spear" Goldberg on his way to the shop, the ghouls have very little time to complete the last minute details on his 1968 Plymouth GTX convertible.
Will begins cutting and buffing the fabled Phantom Cuda, but numerous interruptions from the eagerly helpful Allysa, make him decide a bit of friendly hazing is in order. Dave begins working on his own restoration, a 1970 Dodge swinger three-forty engine.
The ghouls get cracking on the infamous '71 Phantom Cuda; installing the exhaust, the door windows, tail lights, rear valance, body plugs, and the piece de resistance: the 1971 'Cuda gills.
Ever since Will laid out a perfect paint job on the 1970 Burnt Orange 'Cuda,with the very difficult to apply FK5 paint, he has feared this day. Under Mark and Alyssa's scrutiny he has to repeat the perfect paint job or suffer the consequences.
It's time for resto-lovin' on Buck's '71 Challenger R/T.
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