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Andy: THIS TIME ON "JUNKYARD EMPIRE"...

BURNOUT!

A FOOD TRUCK?

Stacy: WE SPECIALIZE IN HOT DOGS.

OOH.

WE GOT A LOT RIDING ON THIS

'CAUSE THERE'S GONNA BE A LOT OF FREE FOOD INVOLVED.

Russel: I'M LOOKING FOR AN INDY PACE CAR.

Andy: HOW MUCH HORSEPOWER DO YOU WANT?

UH, AS MUCH AS I CAN GET OUT OF IT.

I NEED A HOOD FOR A FOOD TRUCK.

THAT'S NOT WHAT I WAS EXPECTING.

Tim: SO, DOES ANDY KNOW ABOUT THIS?

NOT YET. OKAY?

[ ENGINE CLICKING ]

Tim: THAT'S A PROBLEM.

-TIM. -NO!

Andy: $4,500 ON MY CREDIT CARD.

I DON'T NEED THIS CRAP.

Bobby: THE HOT DOG HIT THE FAN TODAY.

IT'S MY WHEELHOUSE.

IT'S MY CREDIT CARD.

[ ENGINE REVS ]

Andy: GOT SOME POWER, DOESN'T IT?

IT SURE DOES.

WHOO!

I LOVE IT. IT'S A BEAST!

WE ARE READY FOR SOME HOT DOGS.

YUMMY, YUMMY, NUMBER ONE.

-- Captions by VITAC -- www.vitac.com

CAPTIONS PAID FOR BY DISCOVERY COMMUNICATIONS

♪♪

Bobby: HI, HOW ARE YOU?

WHAT CAN I HELP YOU WITH?

I'M STACY FROM CRYIN' JOHNNIES, AND WE HAVE A FOOD TRUCK.

A FOOD TRUCK?

YES, SIR.

THIS LOVELY YOUNG LADY'S GOT A PROBLEM WITH A FOOD TRUCK.

WHAT KIND OF FOOD TRUCK?

WE SPECIALIZE IN HOT DOGS.

THERE WAS A KEY WORD SHE HIT ON WHEN I WAS TALKING TO HER.

HOT DOGS?

YEAH.

YOU CUT THE TOP OF MY HEAD OFF,

AND LITTLE HOT DOGS COME FLYING OUT.

YOU KNOW WHAT? LET ME TAKE A LOOK AT IT.

LET'S SEE WHAT IT LOOKS LIKE.

OKAY, GREAT.

THANK YOU.

ALRIGHT.

Bobby: NICE TRUCK.

THANK YOU. I JUST GOT IT.

MAN, IT'S BRAND NEW.

AND I LOVE IT.

AND WHAT'S YOUR SIGNATURE DISH?

WE HAVE A CRABBY DOG.

ALRIGHT.

THAT'S OUR HOMEMADE CRAB DIP ON TOP OF A HOT DOG,

AND IT'S SERVED ON A PRETZEL ROLL.

OOH!

IT IS SO GOOD.

IT CAN'T BE A BETTER DAY THAN THIS.

SO SHOW ME WHAT YOU NEED TO GET DONE.

I WAS IN THE HOSPITAL LAST MONTH.

IT WASN'T AS CLEAN AS THIS.

[ LAUGHS ]

THIS WHOLE SYSTEM

WON'T PASS THE HEALTH DEPARTMENT INSPECTS

OR THE FIRE MARSHAL'S,

SO I NEED ALL THAT FIXED.

OH, OKAY.

SO IT'S THAT WHOLE FAN SYSTEM.

OKAY. WHAT I NEED TO GET FROM YOU ARE THE CODES

FROM THE FIRE DEPARTMENT AND THE HEALTH DEPARTMENT

SO THAT I KNOW THAT I'M BRINGING IT UP TO THE PROPER CODES.

OKAY.

AND AFTER WE GET IT ALL FIXED UP,

YOU GOT TO COME BACK DOWN HERE AND MAKE LUNCH FOR MY GUYS.

I KNOW ANDY DOESN'T ACCEPT HOT DOGS AS CURRENCY,

BUT I DO, AND WHAT ANDY DON'T KNOW WON'T HURT HIM.

[ LAUGHS ] SOUNDS LIKE A DEAL.

IT IS A DEAL.

♪♪

[ ENGINE REVS ]

ACTUALLY SOUNDS A LITTLE BETTER NOW.

Russel: IT DOES.

♪♪

I PICKED UP THIS 1978 C3 CORVETTE,

25th ANNIVERSARY EDITION, AND CAME IN TO SEE ANDY

TO SEE WHAT KIND OF WORK HE CAN DO FOR ME.

I MEAN, THE MOTOR SOUNDS ALRIGHT,

BUT IT DEFINITELY NEEDS SOME WORK.

IT'S RIDING REAL GOOD.

THE SUSPENSION FEELS REALLY, REALLY GOOD.

BUT IT SEEMS REALLY, REALLY WEAK IN THE REAR END.

HOW MUCH HORSEPOWER DO YOU WANT?

UH, AS MUCH AS I CAN GET OUT OF IT.

I CAN ONLY IMAGINE WHAT THIS THING WOULD FEEL LIKE

WITH TWICE THE HORSEPOWER.

ALL ORIGINAL. LOOK AT THAT.

YEP, ABSOLUTELY.

I WAS THINKING MAYBE BUMPING UP A 350 TO A STROKER 383?

OKAY. SO YOU'RE LOOKING FOR 4 1/2 RIGHT UP IN THERE?

-4 1/2, 5, YOU KNOW. -OKAY.

WHATEVER I CAN GET, ACTUALLY.

Andy: HE'S NOT HAPPY WITH THE POWER,

AND HE'S NOT HAPPY WITH THE PAINT --

TWO OF THE BIGGEST THINGS WITH THESE CARS.

YOU SEE HOW IT LOOKS LIKE IT'S BEEN THROUGH A CAR WASH 50,000 TIMES?

WELL, IT'S ACTUALLY THE FIBERGLASS

STARTING TO DE-LAMINATE.

OH, OKAY.

SO YOU GOT TO TAKE THAT ALL THE WAY DOWN,

AND YOU GOT TO PUT A NICE COAT OF PRIMER ON THERE

AND FEATHER IT OUT, MAKE SURE IT DOESN'T DO IT AGAIN.

IF I'M GONNA DO IT, I WANT TO DO IT RIGHT.

OKAY. WELL, WE CAN DO THAT.

YOU GONNA KEEP THE SAME COLOR?

I'M LOOKING FOR AN INDY PACE CAR.

OKAY, THAT WAS BLACK AND GRAY?

IT HAD THE BLACK UP TOP WITH THE GRAY ON THE BOTTOM

AND THE RED PINSTRIPE.

THAT'D LOOK GOOD.

AND THAT'S WHAT I WANT TO GO WITH.

OKAY.

WHEN THE CORVETTE TURNED 25,

THIS ANNIVERSARY EDITION CAR PACED THE INDY 500

WITH A SLEEK TWO-TONE PAINT JOB.

IT'S REALLY COOL LOOKING,

AND I LOVE THAT RUSSEL WANTS ME TO RE-CREATE IT.

WHAT'S YOUR BUDGET LIKE?

I'D LIKE TO KEEP IT BETWEEN $20,000 --

NO MORE THAN $25,000.

OKAY. WELL, THAT'S CERTAINLY DOABLE.

THAT'S A LOT OF MONEY FOR A '78 CORVETTE.

WITH A BUDGET LIKE THIS, WE'RE GOING ALL OUT.

WE'LL REPLACE THE MOTOR WITH A BRAND NEW 383 STROKER

AND REBUILD THE TRANS TO KEEP UP WITH ALL THAT HORSEPOWER.

THEN IT'S TIME TO TAKE A TRIP DOWN MEMORY LANE

WITH A VINTAGE PAINT JOB

THAT WILL TURN IT BACK TO THIS BEAUTY'S ORIGINS

AS AN INDY PACE CAR.

IT'LL BE GOING ZERO TO GLORY DAYS IN NO TIME FLAT.

WE CAN HANDLE IT FOR YOU. IT'S NOT A PROBLEM.

THESE ARE EASY CARS TO WORK ON.

YOU'LL HAVE A REALLY NICE CAR WHEN IT'S SAID AND DONE.

I'M EXCITED.

THE MOST POWERFUL CAR I EVER DROVE WAS MY '72 PINTO.

WHATEVER.

I THINK IT WAS A TWO-CYLINDER, WASN'T IT?

OR A FOUR-CYLINDER. I CAN'T REMEMBER.

I HAD A PARTNER AT THE TIME WHO WENT AND BOUGHT THIS PINTO.

HE WOULD DRIVE IT DOWN TO WORK EVERY DAY.

I GET UP, WE'RE GONNA GO GET LUNCH --

"GIVE ME THE KEYS TO YOUR PINTO."

I GO OUT THERE, THE CAR IS GONE.

I SAID, "WHAT HAPPENED?"

THE BANK CAME DOWN AND REPOSSESSED IT.

THAT WAS THE END OF THE PINTO.

WHO REPOSSESSES A PINTO?

A '72 PINTO.

THE BANK DID 'CAUSE HE OWED MONEY ON IT.

♪♪

Bobby: ANDY, WHAT ARE YOU DOING THIS SATURDAY?

I DON'T KNOW.

YOU KNOW THEY GOT THE CAR SHOW BACK IN OCEAN CITY

THAT WE WENT TO LAST YEAR, WHICH WE HAD A LOT OF FUN AT.

Andy: OCEAN CITY CAR SHOW IS AWESOME.

YOU GET 1,500 CARS.

EVERYBODY'S DOING BURNOUTS, HAVING FUN.

A LOT OF GREAT PEOPLE, THEY COME FROM EVERYWHERE.

SOMETIMES YOU CAN EVEN FIND A GREAT BUY THERE.

IF YOU CAN FIND A COOL CAR

AND SOMEBODY DOESN'T WANT A WHOLE LOT OF MONEY FOR IT,

I'LL BRING IT HOME.

WE DID VERY GOOD AT THAT SHOW.

MADE SOME NICE CUSTOMERS.

YOU OUGHT TO GO DOWN THERE AND WORK IT FOR A WHILE.

IT'S VERY DIFFICULT FOR ANDREW TO PASS UP A NICE CAR SHOW.

HE GETS RECOGNIZED, HE'S LOOKING AT ALL THE GREAT CARS.

NA-NA-NA-NA, NA-NA-NA-NA

BATMAN

AND BEST OF ALL, IT GETS HIM AWAY FROM THE SHOP

AND MY HOT DOG PAYDAY.

BLAIR SAYS HE'S GONNA GO.

I WAS JUST GETTING STARTED ON THE CORVETTE,

BUT I'LL SEE IF I CAN'T GET AWAY FOR A WHILE.

SOUNDS GOOD TO ME.

I GOT TO GET TO WORK, SEE IF I CAN MAKE A DOLLAR.

AS LONG AS YOU'RE OUT OF MY OFFICE, WE'RE ALL GOOD.

YEAH.

WE USED TO PACK UP THE...

COUNTRY SQUIRE.

...COUNTRY SQUIRE

AND GO DOWN TO OCEAN CITY FOR A WEEK,

AND WE WOULD START OUT ON THE BOARDWALK

AT THE FRENCH FRIES, SIT THERE AND YOU EAT THEM,

AND THEN WHEN IT WAS OUT, YOU JUST TURNED AROUND,

AND WHATEVER WAS IN FRONT OF YOU,

YOU WENT AND BOUGHT --

GENERALLY A HOT DOG, A SLICE OF PIZZA.

YOU EAT THAT, THEN YOU TURN AROUND

AND SEE WHAT'S IN FRONT OF YOU.

AND YOU DID THAT ALL DAY AND ALL NIGHT.

FAMILY MEMORIES, MAN.

YEAH, WE DID LOVE IT.

IT WAS A GOOD TIME.

♪♪

Bobby: THIS IS IT, TOMMY.

-WHAT IS IT? -THE FOOD TRUCK.

CAN YOU BELIEVE THIS? I'M ALL EXCITED.

THIS LADY CAME IN WITH THIS FOOD TRUCK.

IT LOOKS GOOD, BUT IT JUST DOESN'T MEET CODE FOR HER COUNTY.

Bobby: STACY GOT ME THE CODES FOR HER FOOD TRUCK, AND SHE'S RIGHT --

THE EXHAUST SYSTEM IS COMPLETELY OUTDATED.

YOU WOULDN'T BE ABLE TO WORK IN THERE.

THE SMOKE WOULD RUN YOU OUT.

THIS MOBILE HOT DOG FACTORY IS IN NEED OF SOME FRESH AIR,

SO WE'RE GONNA TRASH THE HOOD AND THE EXHAUST

AND INSTALL A NEW COMMERCIAL-GRADE SYSTEM

THAT'LL SUCK ALL THE CRAP OUT OF THE AIR.

THEN EVERYONE WILL BE HAPPY, ESPECIALLY ME,

'CAUSE I'M GETTING SOME FREE HOT DOGS.

SHE MAKES A CRABBY DOG WITH CRAB MEAT ON A PRETZEL.

I CAN'T WAIT TO TRY IT, SO WE GOTTA FIX HER TRUCK.

OKAY. WELL, LET ME HOP IN AND SEE WHAT I NEED TO CHOP UP.

♪♪

ALRIGHT, LET'S KNOCK THIS THING OUT.

I'M GONNA START BY GETTING THE OLD SYSTEM OUT OF HERE.

AT FIRST, IT LOOKS PRETTY STRAIGHTFORWARD.

THIS IS DEFINITELY A FIRST FOR ME.

[ SCREWDRIVER WHIRRING ]

I FEEL LIKE MAKING A SANDWICH.

♪♪

THEN I REALIZE I HAVE TO TAKE THE WHOLE SYSTEM APART,

PIECE BY PIECE.

OH, THIS IS GONNA BE A PAIN IN THE BUTT.

[ CLATTER ]

WELL, THAT WORKS, TOO.

I'M TEARING DOWN THE HOOD ON THIS FOOD TRUCK,

AND I'M FINDING OUT VERY QUICKLY,

THIS IS PROBABLY A TWO-PERSON JOB.

HEY, KENNY.

FEELING STRONG THIS MORNING?

-LITTLE BIT. -GOOD.

♪♪

KIND OF JUST WANT TO FRY UP SOME EGGS.

BOBBY IS SUPER EXCITED FOR THIS PROJECT.

KEEPS TALKING ABOUT GETTING PAID IN HOT DOGS.

THIS THING'S GOT TWO OLD ATTIC-STYLE FANS

STICKING OUT THE SIDE OF THE TRUCK.

HEY!

'SUP?

CAN I HAVE A HOT DOG?

NAH.

MAYBE THESE FANS WERE UP TO CODE IN THE '70s,

BUT NOT ANYMORE.

[ CLATTER ]

THEY'VE GOT TO GO.

WELL, THAT'S THE FANS.

YEAH, MAN.

NOW THAT WE GOT THESE FANS OUT,

WE GOT TWO GIANT HOLES IN THE SIDE OF THIS TRUCK.

UH, I NEED A 17 SQUARE TIMES TWO.

OUR NEW EXHAUST SYSTEM IS GOING ON THE ROOF,

SO WE CAN PATCH THESE UP.

THIS SHOULD BE BIG ENOUGH.

I GRAB A SHEET OF ALUMINUM,

TAKE IT OVER TO THE PLASMA CUTTER,

AND CUT US SOME SQUARES LIKE BUTTER.

NOT GONNA BURN MY FINGERS?

NO. SHOULDN'T.

♪♪

[ CLATTER ]

ONCE WE GOT THESE PATCH PANELS CUT OUT,

ALL I GOT TO DO IS SMOOTH THE EDGES

AND ROUND THE CORNERS.

♪♪

THIS ONE READY TO GET LOCKED IN?

YES, IT IS.

♪♪

LIKE IT WAS MEANT TO BE THERE.

♪♪

Tom: WE'RE FLYING THROUGH THIS BUILD.

NOW WE JUST GOT TO WAIT FOR BOBBY TO GET US

THE NEW EXHAUST AND HOOD,

AND THEN IT'S CRABBY DOGS ALL AROUND.

CAN'T WAIT TO TRY IT.

ALRIGHT, WE'LL LET THAT DRY.

GET SOME AIR.

WHAT MAKES A GOOD HOT DOG, TO ME, IS THE BUN,

AND THE PLACE THAT I LOVE THE HOT DOGS --

I DON'T EVEN KNOW THE NAME --

THEY MAKE A CHICAGO HOT DOG WITH RELISH, MUSTARD, AND ONIONS

AND A HEATED POPPY SEED ROLL, AND IT'S A VIENNA SAUSAGE.

WELL, THAT'S NOT A HOT DOG, DAD.

YES, IT IS, AND IT'S CALLED A CHICAGO DOG.

THAT'S MY FAVORITE.

I LIKE THE SOGGIES.

NO, I GOTTA HAVE THEM COOKED UP.

NO, THOSE ONES I BROUGHT YOU FROM UP NORTH.

THE SOGGIES WERE THE BEST HOT DOGS I EVER ATE.

YEAH.

THEY WERE REALLY, REALLY GOOD.

AND THE LITTLE ONES, THIS BIG --

THE HOT DOG IN A BUN, THEY'RE FROZEN.

YEAH, MAN, THEY'RE GOOD.

YOU KNOW, BUT THEY HURT YOUR TEETH EATING THEM FROZEN.

[BLEEP] THEY HURT!

♪♪

♪♪

THIS IS A FINE AUTOMOBILE RIGHT HERE.

[ LIFT WHIRRING ]

Tim: ANDY WANTS ME TO GET THIS '78 'VETTE IN AND UP ON THE LIFT.

HE WANTS THE TRANS OUT OF IT.

THERE'S A VISION BEHIND THIS THING.

HE WANTS TO HAVE GOBS OF POWER.

WE NEED TO HAVE A TRANS THAT CAN HANDLE THE HORSEPOWER

THAT HE WANTS TO PUT DOWN ON THE TIRES.

Blair: SO, THERE'S A LITTLE BIT OF SOME SPECIAL STUFF

GOING ON WITH THIS CORVETTE.

IT IS ACTUALLY A '78 ANNIVERSARY EDITION CORVETTE.

GAME PLAN IS TO GET A WHOLE NEW ENGINE

AND A REMADE TRANSMISSION

TO MAKE THIS THING FLY DOWN THE ROAD.

WE NEED TO GET THING GOING.

I DON'T NEED TO BE SITTING HERE ALL AFTERNOON GABBING.

SO PUT YOUR PHONE AWAY.

LOOK, TIM, I'M A MILLENNIAL. I HAVE TWO PHONES.

♪♪

WORKING WITH TIM IS LIKE WORKING WITH A WAR VET,

EXCEPT FOR HIS WAR HAS BEEN INSIDE THE SHOP

FOR THE LAST 50 YEARS.

THIS GUY HAS A TON OF KNOWLEDGE IN JUST HIS PINKY FINGER.

THE WAY YOU'RE SUPPOSED TO USE THE RATCHET --

AS A HAMMER.

ALRIGHT, DON'T BE CUTTING THROUGH ANY LINES OR ANYTHING.

UH...YEAH, WELL, DON'T WORRY, BUDDY.

MY EYES STILL WORK.

IF YOU'VE SEEN EVERYTHING I'VE SEEN,

YOUR EYES WOULDN'T WORK, EITHER.

♪♪

YEP. ALMOST.

THERE'S A COUPLE LITTLE DIFFERENCES WITH THE 'VETTE.

I DON'T KNOW HOW WE'RE GONNA GET THIS OUT, BUT...

THEY KIND OF STUFF SOME THINGS IN SOME SPOTS

THAT ARE A LITTLE HARDER TO GET TO.

ALRIGHT, YOU'RE JUST -- THERE, YOU'RE OUT.

WE'RE OUT?

YEAH.

ALRIGHT.

THEY CRAM IT UP...

[ CELLPHONE RINGTONE PLAYING ]

THEY DON'T GIVE YOU A LOT OF ROOM.

HOLD ON, I GOT TO ANSWER MY PHONE.

♪♪

WHEN YOU GO OUT AT NIGHT...

YEAH?

...DO THEY EVER SAY, "OH, OH, YOU BIG HUNK, YOU"?

IS THAT WHAT YOU THINK THEY SAY TO ME WHEN I GO OUT?

I WAS CURIOUS.

TYPICALLY WHEN I GO OUT, PEOPLE JUST SAY, LIKE,

"CAN YOU MOVE OUT OF THE WAY?

I WANT TO ORDER AT THE BAR."

SO THEY HAVE NO RESPECT FOR YOU.

NAH.

Blair: THIS TRANS CAN'T KEEP UP WITH THE NEW MOTOR,

SO WE'RE GONNA TEAR IT DOWN AND BUILD A BACKUP BETTER THAN EVER.

ALRIGHT. DOWN A LITTLE BIT MORE.

STRAIGHT DOWN.

STRAIGHT DOWN, BABY.

ROLL HER ON OUT.

Tim: WE GOT THE TRANSMISSION OUT OF THIS 'VETTE.

NOW WE SPIN IT AROUND. WE'RE GONNA PULL THIS MOTOR OUT.

ARE WE ON TOP OF THAT PLATE?

WE ARE NOW.

YOU SURE?

100%. MY EYES WORK.

ALRIGHT. LET'S RIP THE HEART OUT OF THIS BABY.

[ TOOLS WHIR ]

YOU GOT IT?

I DON'T KNOW. IT'S PRETTY HEAVY.

IT'S REALLY HEAVY. [ GRUNTS ]

Blair: WE'RE REPLACING THIS 350 SMALL BLOCK WITH A 383 STROKER

TO GET SOME RIPPIN' HORSEPOWER FOR OUR CLIENT.

AND NOW, GOD, CAN YOU PLEASE STOP PINCHING MY HAND?

♪♪

JACK HER.

KEEP GOING.

IT'S GONNA BE TIGHT.

HURRY UP. UP, UP.

Blair: OH, YOU'RE CAUGHT UNDERNEATH THAT.

ALRIGHT, HURRY UP.

KEEP GOING. UP, UP, UP.

WE'RE GOOD. ALRIGHT.

3, 2, 1.

WITH THIS BUDGET, WE CAN AFFORD TO BUY A BRAND NEW MOTOR,

SO THIS BABY'S HEADED FOR THE JUNKYARD.

ALRIGHT. ONE MOTOR OUT COMPLETE.

Andy: SO, WE WORK ON ALL KINDS OF CARS.

THE EASIEST CAR TO WORK ON IS THE OLD ONE.

THEY'RE VERY SIMPLE. THERE'S NOTHING TO 'EM.

AND THE HARDEST ONES ARE THE MOST ELECTRONIC,

THE MOST COMPLICATED.

20,000 SENSORS -- I MEAN, WHO KNOWS WHAT CAN GO WRONG

TO MAKE ONE OTHER THING GO WRONG.

IT'S STUFF THAT IT'S BEYOND MY CAPABILITIES.

YOU GOT TO HAVE A BLAIR TO FIGURE THAT KIND OF STUFF OUT.

I CAN DO THE EARLY STUFF, BUT I CANNOT DO THE LATE-MODEL STUFF.

HMM.

"HMM" IS RIGHT.

"HMM" IS RIGHT.

♪♪

THIS MILKSHAKE IS SO GOOD.

MM-HMM.

WHAT DO THEY PUT IN THIS?

GOODNESS.

MMM. IT'S LIKE SUGAR AND LOVE.

THE MOTOR AND TRANS ARE OUT OF THE CORVETTE,

AND IT'S OFF TO PAINT,

SO I DECIDED TO TAKE MY DAD'S ADVICE

AND HEAD DOWN TO THE OCEAN CITY CAR SHOW.

I'M HAPPY TO GET OUT OF THE SHOP.

I LOVE GOING DOWN HERE, CHECKING OUT DIFFERENT CARS.

THERE'S ALWAYS SOMETHING DIFFERENT.

YOU NEVER SEE THE SAME THING TWICE.

I LIKE IT. THE ONLY THING I WORRY ABOUT

IS FLIPPING MY OLD MAN AT THE JUNKYARD BY HIMSELF, MAN.

YOU JUST NEVER KNOW WHAT'S GONNA HAPPEN.

YEAH, I'M NOT GONNA MAKE ANY MONEY FOR THE NEXT COUPLE DAYS,

SO THIS TRIP BETTER BE WORTH IT.

OH, COME ON. YOU'RE GONNA DRUM UP SO MUCH BUSINESS.

YEAH, MAN, WE'LL MEET NEW PEOPLE, MEET SOME CLIENTS.

IT'S ALWAYS A GOOD TIME.

YEAH.

IT'S ALL GOOD.

[ SLURPS ]

MAN, YOU SUCKED THAT THING.

DO YOU WANT MINE?

NOPE.

ONE IS ENOUGH, MY FRIEND.

♪♪

TIM, NEED A FAVOR.

WHAT YOU GOT, BOB?

I KNOW YOU'RE NOT BUSY,

SO THAT'S WHY I CAME OUT TO ASK YOU A QUESTION.

I'M NOT BUSY.

YOU'RE NEVER BUSY.

RIGHT.

I TELL YA, TIM HAS A LOT OF FRIENDS

IN AND OUT OF THE BUSINESS,

AND HE ALWAYS SEEMS TO COME UP WITH SOMEBODY TO HELP ME.

I NEED A HOOD FOR A FOOD TRUCK.

A FOOD TRUCK?

A FOOD TRUCK, TIM.

WE DON'T HAVE ANYTHING HERE.

I DIDN'T THINK WE DID.

ALRIGHT, SO WHEN YOU SAY A HOOD,

YOU DON'T MEAN A "HOOD" ON THE FRONT.

NO, NO, I MEAN A HOOD TO CATCH EXHAUST.

SO, THEY'RE CUSTOM-MADE TO COVER

WHATEVER COOKING SURFACE THAT THEY HAVE IN THE TRUCK.

SO YOU CAN'T JUST GET, LIKE, A GENERIC --

BUT WOULDN'T THEY HAVE ONE

THAT WAS BIG ENOUGH TO COVER IT OR...?

WELL, IT DEPENDS ON -- THEY MIGHT HAVE A 10-FOOTER

OR A 12-FOOTER OR A 15-FOOTER.

HOWEVER LONG, IT'S GOT TO COVER THE WHOLE COOKING SURFACE.

RIGHT.

SO DOES ANDY KNOW ABOUT THIS?

NOT YET. OKAY?

I'M PULLING AN ANDY ON IT.

I'M PULLING AN ANDY TO A BOB.

THIS IS JUST WHAT HE DOES TO ME.

I KNOW A GUY THAT SELLS USED RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT.

MAN, THAT'S PERFECT.

I WILL CALL HIM AND SEE.

YOU'LL HELP ME OUT OF A JAM...

ABSOLUTELY.

...BEFORE HE GETS BACK.

I WILL DO ANYTHING FOR YOU, BOB.

Bobby: I CAN TELL YOU ONE THING --

TIM'S GONNA GET SOME EXTRA CRAB MEAT ON THEM CRABBY DOGS.

HOT DOG TRUCK.

HOT DOG TRUCK.

[ CHUCKLES ]

♪♪

YOU NEED A SKINNY LITTLE ARM TO GET UP THERE.

YOU DIDN'T THINK IT WAS GONNA BE EASY TODAY, DID YOU?

I'M DOWN HERE WITH TED.

ALRIGHT.

READY?

YEAH.

I BROUGHT THE CORVETTE WITH ME.

WHILE WE'RE WAITING ON THE NEW MOTOR AND REBUILT TRANS,

I FIGURED WE COULD GET A JUMP START

ON THIS VINTAGE PACE CAR LOOK.

YOU COULDN'T LIFT THIS HOOD BY YOURSELF?

I COULD'VE, BUT I WAS WAITING FOR YOU.

THEM BIG OL' ARMS?

Tim: FIRST WE GOT TO STRIP OFF ALL THE PEELING, CRACKING PAINT,

SO JEFF CAME DOWN TO HELP.

HE'S GOT HIS OWN SODA-BLASTING MACHINE,

AND THAT'S JUST WHAT WE NEED.

THAT'LL STRIP OFF THIS PAINT

WITHOUT DAMAGING THAT FIBERGLASS.

Jeff: WHAT SODA BLASTING IS --

IT'S A DIFFERENT PROCESS FROM SANDBLASTING OR OTHER MEDIAS.

IT'S NON-ABRASIVE.

IT'S 100% GRANULATED BAKING SODA.

IT TAKES OFF GREASE, GRIME, PAINT, WHAT HAVE YOU,

AND IT GETS YOU DOWN TO YOUR BARE SURFACE,

AND IT DOESN'T WARP ANYTHING OR CREATE HEAT.

Jeff: WHAT DO YOU THINK, TIM?

IT DEFINITELY ROLLED THAT PAINT RIGHT OFF LIKE YOU SAID.

Ted: WE'RE DOING A 25th-ANNIVERSARY PACE CAR PAINT JOB --

BLACK AND SILVER WITH A RED PINSTRIPE OUTLINE.

IT'S KIND OF NEAT. YOU DON'T GET TO SEE A LOT OF 'EM.

FIRST THING WE'LL DO, WE'LL HIT IT WITH TWO COATS OF BLACK.

THE BLACK'S GOT TO BE PERFECT, EVERYTHING'S GOT TO BE STRAIGHT.

AND THEN WE WILL TAPE IT OFF FOR THE SILVER.

♪♪

SILVER SHOULD COME OUT PRETTY CLEAN.

THEN WE'LL GO AHEAD AND HIT FOUR COATS OF CLEAR OVER TOP OF THAT,

AND THEN PUT THE PINSTRIPES ON IT,

AND DOWN THE ROAD SHE GOES.

IT LOOKS GOOD, IT'S GONNA DRIVE GOOD.

THAT'S THE WAY I LOOK AT IT.

YOU GO GET YOUR CAR WASHED, LOOK HOW GOOD IT RIDES.

IT NEVER RODE THAT GOOD BEFORE YOU WASHED IT.

NOW IT'S RIDING THAT GOOD.

TO ME, IT DOESN'T NEED TO RIDE GOOD,

'CAUSE IF YOU LOOK GOOD, YOU CAN BE SITTING IN A PARKING LOT.

PRETTY AWESOME TURNOUT.

MAN, YOU SEE HOW MANY FLIPPIN' CARS ARE HERE?

LOOK AT THAT METROPOLITAN WITH A V-8 SHOVED INTO IT.

ANDY AND I ARE AT ENDLESS SUMMER CRUISIN' DOWN IN OCEAN CITY,

AND THIS IS MY FAVORITE CAR SHOW BY FAR TO GO TO.

THERE IS EVERY SINGLE CAR,

EVERY SINGLE HOT ROD THAT YOU CAN THINK OF.

THIS IS ALL I WANT IN LIFE, MAN.

THE ENTIRE CITY IS JUST LIT UP WITH AWESOME CARS --

INSIDE THE CONVENTION CENTER, OUT ON THE STREET.

THIS IS MY KIND OF CAR RIGHT HERE, BLAIR.

UNTOUCHED, READY FOR RESTORATION?

YEP. FRESHENED UP BIG BLOCK, '69.

[ ENGINE WHIRRING ]

MAN, THAT'S A CLEAN CAMARO.

OH, WOW. SOUNDS GOOD, TOO.

THIS IS WHERE YOU WANNA BE WHEN IT'S COMING TIME

TO FIGURE OUT SOME IDEAS FOR YOUR FUTURE PROJECTS

BECAUSE THERE'S SUCH A CRAZY RANGE OF CARS.

THERE'S ANOTHER CAR I WANT TO DO.

I WANT TO DO A DUNE BUGGY.

Blair: I WOULD LOVE TO DO A DUNE BUGGY.

I'D LIKE TO PUT A FERRARI MOTOR IN A DUNE BUGGY.

YOU HAD ALL THE PINSTRIPES HAND-PAINTED?

-I DID. -AND IT'S JUST A VW MOTOR.

I TOOK THE PANS OUT AND PUT ALUMINUM IN THERE,

BUT THE REST OF IT IS PRETTY MUCH VW STOCK --

FRONT END, TRANSAXLE, ENGINE, THE WHOLE DEAL.

IT'S REAL EASY TO DRIVE.

THIS IS REALLY COOL. I LIKE IT, MAN.

YEAH.

I WANT TO BUILD ONE.

-OH, YEAH. -THIS IS ME RIGHT HERE, MAN.

THAT'S DEFINITELY YOU.

OLD-PATINA CHEVROLET.

SAW A GREAT CHEVY PICKUP WITH COOL PATINA.

I MEAN, THAT'S THE KIND OF STUFF YOU LOVE TO SEE.

SO, WHAT'S UNDERNEATH THE HOOD?

WELL, WE GOT A 350 IN HERE, 430 OVER.

WE HAVE A 700R IN THE TRANNY, AUTOMATIC.

POWER STEERING, POWER BRAKES?

OH, YEAH.

MAN, IT'S LIKE DRIVING A CADILLAC.

IT STEERS LIKE BUTTER.

THAT IS SO COOL.

I'M LOVING THIS.

IT'S SUCH A GREAT CAR SHOW, AND I'M GLAD I CAME.

I JUST HOPE MY DAD HASN'T BURNED DOWN THE YARD.

WHEN ANDY'S GONE, EVERYBODY IN THE PLACE

PUTS A SMILE ON THEIR FACE.

I CAN'T BELIEVE IT. THEY'RE ALL --

I DON'T KNOW WHY THEY'RE HAPPY HE LEAVES,

BUT WHEN HE LEAVES, EVERYBODY PUTS A LITTLE ZIP IN THEIR STEP,

AND WE ROLL AROUND TOGETHER.

YEAH, ROLL AROUND DOING NOTHING.

WELL, WE ALWAYS HAVE A GOOD TIME.

A GOOD TIME DOESN'T MAKE YOU MONEY.

YEAH, THEY'RE ALWAYS LOOKING AT THEIR SHOES.

HEAD DOWN.

WHEN HE LEAVES, THEY GET A BIG SMILE.

AS SOON AS WE'RE OUT OF HERE,

YOU'RE GONNA GO BACK TO SWEEPING THE FLOORS.

I'M GONNA CLEAN THE TOILET.

♪♪

HEY, TOMMY.

HEY.

LOOK WHAT CAME.

LOOK AT THAT.

BRAND-NEW HOOD.

THAT'S NOT WHAT I WAS EXPECTING.

I GUESS THEY PUT THE RIGHT FACE ON THIS CASE, BEING ME.

I GOT THIS HOOD.

THIS IS THE BIGGEST, BADDEST HOOD YOU CAN BUY.

IT'S NICE.

IT'S ALSO ALL ONE PIECE.

YEAH.

YEAH, IT'S GONNA BE A PAIN TO HANG UP IN THERE.

MM.

THIS IS THE GREATEST HOOD, MAN.

IT'S A ONE-PIECE HOOD.

IT'S A CAKE WALK TO PUT IT IN.

THEY OUGHT TO BE ABLE TO GET IT IN IN A COUPLE HOURS.

TURN THAT GRILL ON, MAN.

LET'S START MAKING SOME HOT DOGS.

VENTS RIGHT OUT OF THE CENTER.

WE'RE GONNA HAVE TO CUT A HOLE IN THE CEILING

AND HOPEFULLY NOT HIT A SUPPORT.

HOPEFULLY.

AND THEN WE'RE GONNA HAVE TO LAG IT TO SOMETHING.

YOU WANT TO TAKE SOME MEASUREMENTS?

YEAH.

SEE WHERE THIS VENT LANDS,

MAKE SURE WE'RE NOT STUCK RIGHT IN THE MIDDLE OF A SUPPORT.

YEAH, I CAN DO THAT.

Kenny: I DON'T KNOW WHAT BOBBY WAS THINKING WITH THIS THING.

IT'S HUGE, AND IT'S GONNA TAKE A TON OF WORK

TO GET IT TO FIT IN THIS TRUCK.

WE'RE GONNA TAKE THIS PIECE OF METAL OFF,

AND THEN WE'LL BUILD ANOTHER BRACE

THAT GOES AROUND THE ACTUAL EXHAUST VENT

FOR THE HOOD TO MOUNT ON TOP OF THE HOOD.

LOOK AT THAT.

LOOKS LIKE IT.

♪♪

♪♪

MAN, THEY HAVE GOT A LOT OF AUCTION CARS HERE.

Blair: YEAH, SUPER-NICE ONES.

YEAH.

Andy: BLAIR AND I ARE IN OCEAN CITY

AT THE ENDLESS SUMMER CRUISIN' CAR SHOW.

THIS IS THE MOST NICE CARS THAT I'VE SEEN

COMING THROUGH HERE.

YEAH.

THERE ARE A TON OF GREAT CARS UP FOR AUCTION TODAY.

MY DAD HAD EVERY MARK -- 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7.

IS THAT THE ONE THAT YOU STOLE THAT HE CALLED THE COPS ON YOU?

NO, THAT WAS A SEVILLE.

THESE AUCTIONS REALLY HELP ME

KEEP THE PULSE OF WHAT'S HOT RIGHT NOW

AND WHAT I CAN GET FOR THE CARS I FLIP.

OF COURSE, I'M ALWAYS ON THE HUNT FOR MY NEXT GREAT BUILD.

I LIKE THIS TRUCK.

YEAH.

I'D LIKE TO FIND THE GUY WHO OWNS IT, SEE IF HE'LL SELL IT.

WONDER IF HE'S A HORSE'S ASS.

I LIKE THAT.

Y'ALL WANT TO SELL THIS CAR?

IF THEY WOULD'VE SOLD, I HAVE A FEELING

I WOULD BE DRIVING HOME IN SOMETHING DIFFERENT.

IF YOU EVER DECIDE YOU WANT TO SELL IT, LET ME KNOW.

DUDE. HOW ABOUT THE EL COCHINO WITH A 502 STUFFED IN IT?

HOW LONG DID IT TAKE YOU TO PUT THIS THING TOGETHER?

ALL IN, PROBABLY FIVE YEARS.

I TRIED TO MAKE IT AS STREETABLE AS POSSIBLE,

BUT STILL HAVE A LITTLE FUN WITH IT.

OOH, LOOK AT THAT.

YES.

LEATHER.

SHE'S IN SUCH GOOD SHAPE, TOO.

MAN, THAT'S ALL ORIGINAL.

I SAW A GREAT AMC PACER, WHICH YOU NEVER SEE ANYMORE.

WITH LOW MILEAGE. IT LOOKS LIKE IT'S BEEN GARAGE-KEPT.

WHERE'D YOU GET THIS CREAM PUFF?

THIS IS ACTUALLY MY GREAT-GRANDPARENTS' CAR.

REALLY?

THEY BOUGHT THIS BRAND-NEW IN '78.

HOW MANY MILES ARE ON IT?

69,000.

JUST TURNED OVER ON THIS TRIP.

I MEAN, WHAT'S NOT TO LOVE COMING TO A CAR SHOW?

I'D DO IT EVERY DAY OF THE WEEK IF I COULD DO IT,

BUT UNFORTUNATELY, I GOTTA GET BACK TO REALITY

AND HEAD BACK TO THE SHOP.

♪♪

HEY, MAN.

HEY, BOBBY.

WHAT ARE WE DOING HERE?

OHH, A LOT.

I CAN SEE THAT.

MAN, YOU TORE THE ROOF UP.

YEAH, THIS THING'S A BIT MORE INVOLVED THAN WE THOUGHT.

I GOT TO ADD SUPPORTS TO THE ROOF,

I GOT TO ADD SUPPORTS TO THIS.

SO I GOT TO MAKE SURE THAT THIS DOESN'T FALL DOWN.

SO IT'S A LOT.

I CAN BELIEVE WHAT I GOT MYSELF INTO WITH THIS FOOD TRUCK.

THIS IS TURNING INTO A MAJOR JOB, AND I TELL YOU WHAT,

ANDY IS GONNA BE HOT AS HELL IF HE GETS IN HERE

AND SEES WHAT I PUT MY FOOT INTO THE BUCKET.

I KIND OF STEPPED INTO THE BUCKET OF DOO-DOO

AND CAME OUT WITH SOME MORE DOO-DOO.

WELL, WE'LL GET IT DONE.

I JUST WANT TO GET IT DONE BEFORE

ANDY GETS BACK AND SEES WHAT I GOT INTO.

WHAT'S THE MOST HOT DOGS YOU'VE EVER EATEN IN ONE SITTING?

ONE.

ONE?

YOU'VE HAD MORE THAN ONE.

IT'S NOT HOW MANY.

IT'S HOW GOOD.

YOU WANT TO ENJOY 'EM.

EATING 20 HOT DOGS -- WHO WANTS TO DO THAT?

YOU WANT TO ENJOY IT.

I LIKE TO GET ONE HOT DOG.

IF YOU HAD THOSE SAUGYS, YOU'D BE EATING MORE THAN ONE.

WELL, HERE'S THE DEAL.

AN HOUR LATER, YOU EAT ANOTHER ONE.

I COULD EAT 10 HOT DOGS IN A DAY IF I LIKE 'EM.

RIGHT. THERE YOU GO.

BUT THE NEXT DAY, I WON'T EAT 10.

I'LL EAT HAMBURGERS THE NEXT DAY.

♪♪

AND BURNOUT!

LOOK AT ANDY'S FACE!

HE'S NOT THRILLED!

SO, I'M FLIPPIN' EXHAUSTED, MAN.

I THOUGHT A VACATION, WAS SUPPOSED TO COME BACK REFRESHED.

THAT WAS A LOT OF WALKING AROUND, MAN.

WHAT A GREAT BATCH OF CARS.

THAT WAS REALLY COOL.

AND I DON'T EVEN KNOW THAT I HAVE A FAVORITE ONE

BECAUSE THERE WERE A LOT OF NICE CARS THERE

THAT I'D NEVER SEEN BEFORE.

I'LL BE DEFINITELY GOING BACK AGAIN.

I AM WORRIED ABOUT WHAT HAPPENED AT THE YARD, THOUGH.

I GUARANTEE YOU BOB'S A LITTLE BIT RICHER.

SOMETIMES YOU GOT TO THROW THE OLD MAN A BONE.

YOU KNOW WHAT? IF YOU CAN'T STEAL FROM YOUR FAMILY...

WHO CAN YOU STEAL FROM?

THAT'S RIGHT.

THAT'S EXACTLY RIGHT, MAN.

I'M EXCITED TO GET BACK INTO THE SHOP,

MAKE SURE EVERYTHING'S OKAY.

WELL, I'M SURE THEY'RE ALL FINE.

EVERYTHING'S GONNA BE FINE.

YOU KNOW, I'M THE SON AND HE'S THE DAD,

BUT SOMETIMES I JUST FEEL LIKE I NEED

TO GET MY DAD A BABYSITTER.

AND SOMETIMES I NEED ONE.

YOU NEVER KNOW WHAT HE'S GONNA DO.

YOU NEVER KNOW WHAT'S GONNA STRIKE HIS FANCY.

YOU NEVER KNOW WHAT DECISIONS HE MIGHT MAKE

TO EMPTY OUT THE CASH REGISTER.

THEY'RE ALWAYS GOOD DECISIONS

WHEN I EMPTY OUT THE CASH REGISTER.

OW, OW.

THE '78 VETTE CAME BACK FROM BODY AND PAINT.

I GOT TO CLEAN UP THE ENGINE COMPARTMENT A LITTLE BIT.

WE'RE GONNA THROW A NEW MOTOR IN, NEW TRANSMISSION,

AND START DRESSING THIS THING OUT.

OF COURSE, I START WORKING, AND BLAIR WANDERS OFF.

IT'S JUST THE LIFE AND TIMES OF TINY TIM.

Blair: CHECK IT OUT, TIMMY.

HERE'S YOUR MOTOR.

WHAT IS IT?

THIS IS A 383 STROKER.

THE ENGINE AND TRANSMISSION COMBO WE HAVE

FOR THE CORVETTE IS INSANE.

WE ARE LITERALLY DOUBLING THE HORSEPOWER FROM THE TIRED L82

AT 220 HORSEPOWER TO OVER 400 HORSEPOWER.

NOW YOU COME OVER TOWARDS ME.

YOU START SWINGING THE ASS IN, NOT THE FRONT.

YES.

OOH.

LITTLE BIT MORE.

I'M A LITTLE NERVOUS 'CAUSE WE'RE ABOUT TO BE

ON THAT FRONT BUMPER, AND I DON'T WANT TO NICK IT.

WELL, START DROPPING IT DOWN AND SEE WHAT HAPPENS.

DROPPING A MOTOR IN WITH A BRAND-NEW, FRESH PAINT JOB

ALWAYS MAKES ME A LITTLE NERVOUS.

ALRIGHT, WE'RE GONNA HIT THIS -- WE GOT TO COME IN MORE.

SHOOT.

THAT'S A PROBLEM.

NOT EVEN 10 SECONDS INTO THE ENGINE INSTALL,

WE HAVE A MAJOR PROBLEM.

OUR ENGINE HOIST CHERRY PICKER JUST DOES NOT HAVE ENOUGH REACH

TO SET THE MOTOR BACK AS FAR AS IT NEEDS TO.

CORVETTES HAVE A REAL LONG FRONT END.

WE JUST CAN'T GET AROUND IT.

SO WE PULL IT BACK OUT.

WE TRY TO ADJUST IT,

TRIED TO GET THE HOOK BACK FARTHER

TO SINK IT IN MORE.

ALRIGHT, THAT'S ABOUT GOOD.

[ LIFT CREAKING ]

OKAY, HOLD ON. LET ME SEE WHERE I'M AT.

[ GRUNTS ]

ALRIGHT, DOWN.

[ GRUNTS ]

ALRIGHT, HOLD ON.

Blair: [ SIGHS ] AW, DAMN.

I GOT -- I GOT ANOTHER IDEA.

UH-HUH.

IF WE GO UNDERNEATH IT WITH A CAR JACK?

LET ME GO UNDERNEATH IT WITH THE JACK AND JACK IT UP.

NO. HOLD ON. NO.

NO, THAT'S A GREAT IDEA.

NO!

♪♪

Andy: DAD.

YEAH?

WHAT THE HELL IS THIS FREAKING $4,500 EXHAUST FAN?

WHAT IS THAT FOR?

Bobby: WELL, THE HOT DOG HIT THE FAN TODAY.

ANDY CAME BACK.

WHAT HAPPENED WAS, THIS LADY CAME IN,

SHE HAD A FOOD TRUCK.

Andy: YOU KNOW, I'M DOWN AT THE BEACH

AND I'M WORRIED ABOUT THE REGISTER.

TURNS OUT HE'S TRYING TO PULL A FAST ONE

AND PUT SOMETHING ON THE CREDIT CARD,

THINKING THAT I'M NOT GONNA CATCH IT.

WHEN? WHY? WHERE'S THE TICKETS?

WHERE'S THE LABOR SHEETS?

I'LL HAVE EVERYTHING FOR YOU.

DON'T GET EXCITED, ANDREW.

I GOT IT ALL UNDER CONTROL.

DAD, I DON'T LIKE IT.

WELL, OF COURSE, ANDREW'S NOT AS EXCITED AS I AM

ABOUT FIXING A HOT DOG TRUCK.

IT'S MY WHEELHOUSE.

IT'S MY CREDIT CARD.

YOU KNOW, THE BOTTOM LINE IS HOT DOGS.

HOW MUCH ARE YOU CHARGING THIS PERSON FOR THIS?

WE'RE WORKING IT OUT ON FOOD AND BEVERAGES.

WE'RE NOT WORKING OUT $4,500 ON HOT DOGS.

HE DOESN'T CARE ABOUT THE MONEY.

HE JUST WANTS A FLIPPIN' HOT DOG.

DO YOU KNOW HOW MUCH HOT DOGS IT IS IN THE PROFIT?

DO YOU KNOW HOW MUCH IT COSTS

FOR A HOT DOG WITH CRAB MEAT ON TOP OF IT IN A PRETZEL BUN?

DAD, YOU COULD GO FEED A FLIPPIN' STADIUM

WITH THE AMOUNT OF CREDIT YOU'RE USING UP.

WHY DON'T YOU GO BUY A NEW TURBOCHARGER FOR SOME CAR YOU OWN

AND LET ME FINISH THIS TRUCK.

$4,500 ON MY CREDIT CARD.

DON'T PUT MONEY ON THE FLIPPIN' CREDIT CARD

WHEN I DON'T KNOW ABOUT IT.

ANDY.

PRE-APPROVAL.

PRE-APPROVE YOUR ASS.

IT'S MY NAME ON THE CARD!

WOULDN'T PUT MY NAME ON THERE.

FREAKING RIDICULOUS.

I WOULDN'T DO A JOB LIKE THAT.

ONLY YOU.

BUTTHEAD.

AH, GO GET A NEW TURBO SOMEWHERE.

I'M GONNA CANCEL THE CREDIT CARD.

I'LL START ANOTHER ONE.

♪♪

[ WELDER CRACKLES ]

Kenny: SO, TODAY I'M BACK ON THE FOOD TRUCK,

GETTING READY TO MAKE A NEW MOUNTING SYSTEM

FOR THIS BIG-ASS HOOD WE HAVE

'CAUSE IT WEIGHS DOUBLE WHAT THE OLD ONE DID.

♪♪

IF WE DON'T DO THIS RIGHT

AND THESE SUPPORTS AREN'T DONE THE RIGHT WAY,

WHAT'S GONNA HAPPEN IS THIS THING'S GONNA COME LOOSE

OR BREAK A WELD OR WHATEVER,

AND IT'S GONNA COME DOWN IN PIECES

AND IT'S GONNA HURT A LOT.

AND IT AIN'T GONNA BE FUN FOR US.

ALRIGHT. MEASURE IT UP AND HANG IT.

NOW THAT I GOT EVERYTHING DONE AND FINISHED UP ON THE NEW HOOD,

IT'S TIME TO MOVE INSIDE THE TRUCK.

WE'VE GOT TO WELD A FEW FLANGES INTO PLACE.

♪♪

AND THEN, LAST BUT NOT LEAST,

WE'VE GOT TO CUT A HOLE IN THE ROOF FOR THE EXHAUST FAN.

♪♪

AND NOW WE'RE READY TO INSTALL THIS BEAST.

AND WE GOT A HOLE.

Andy: HE'S MY FATHER.

THE BEST THING ABOUT HAVING MY DAD AS A FATHER

IS THAT HE'S MY FATHER.

MY WHOLE LIFE. EVERYTHING.

THERE'S NOT ONE THING THAT I CAN SPECIFICALLY SAY

THAT'S THE GREATEST THING A DAD HAS DONE.

IT'S THE WHOLE EXPERIENCE -- EVERYTHING I'VE GROWN UP,

EVERYTHING -- WHAT I'VE BECOME,

AND WHATEVER HAPPENS IN THE FUTURE.

THAT'S REALLY NICE TO KNOW. MAKES ME FEEL GOOD.

[ FAKE-CRYING ] TEAR UP.

I WOULDN'T CHANGE A THING.

KEEP GOING.

WHOOP.

OH, IT ALMOST FELL IN.

LOOK AT THAT.

ALRIGHT, GO DOWN.

BLAIR AND I SPENT HOURS

TRYING TO PUT THIS MOTOR IN THE CORVETTE.

HE WENT OFF LOOKING FOR A LONG ARM FOR THE CHERRY PICKER,

AND I CALLED LENNY.

WHAT DO YOU KNOW, HE WAS HERE BEFORE BLAIR EVEN GOT BACK.

WE HAD THE MOTOR IN PLACE JUST LIKE THAT.

OH, RIGHT THERE. SHE'S IN.

MAN, LOOK HOW QUICK IT GOES WHEN BLAIR'S NOT AROUND.

I WALK AWAY AND TAKE ONE PHONE CALL,

AND NOW IT'S DONE.

WELL, YOU SEE HOW IT WAS GOING WITH ME AND YOU.

IT JUST DOESN'T GO RIGHT WHEN WE WORK TOGETHER.

WHEN ME AND LENNY WORK TOGETHER,

IT JUST KIND OF FELL RIGHT INTO PLACE.

JUST FELL RIGHT IN THERE.

OH, OKAY, TIM. I SEE HOW IT IS.

I'LL BRING THE POLE BACK LATER.

THAT'S RIGHT. IF YOU HAVE A PROBLEM,

YOU JUST CALL ME, TIM.

ALRIGHT.

AND NOT PAY ANY ATTENTION TO HIM.

THANKS, LENNY.

NOW THAT WE HAVE THIS AWESOME HIGH-HORSEPOWER MOTOR

INSIDE OF THE CORVETTE,

WE NEED TO MAKE SURE THAT WE HAVE THE TRANSMISSION

TO HANDLE ALL THAT POWER.

YOU GOT THE TRANSMISSION?

YOU GOT THE TRANS JACK?

I MEAN, I'M STARTING TO FEEL LIKE I'M DOING EVERYTHING.

♪♪

WE WENT AND GOT OUR TURBO 350 REBUILT,

AND IT CAME BACK LOOKING BRAND NEW.

THEY CLEANED THIS THING UP NICE.

WE ACTUALLY SENT THEM ALL THE OTHER STUFF

THAT ORIGINALLY CAME ON THIS,

SO THIS IS LITERALLY JUST GONNA BOLT IN AND BE DONE.

ALRIGHT, WELL, LET'S DO THAT,

'CAUSE WE WASTED A LOT OF TIME ON THE MOTOR.

I THINK YOU WASTED A LOT OF MY TIME ON THE MOTOR.

NO.

YOU READY?

1, 2, 3, GO.

[ GRUNTS ]

♪♪

SINCE IT'S THE ORIGINAL TURBO 350 GOING BACK IN IT,

IT'S A SUPER SIMPLE PROCESS.

WE JUST PUT IT BACK ON THE TRANS JACK,

PUT HER UP IN THERE, PUT OUR BOLTS ON IT,

AND ROCK AND ROLL.

♪♪

AND NOW WE JUST HAVE TO GO AHEAD AND DO THE EXHAUST,

THE FUEL SYSTEM, COOLING SYSTEM, AND GET THIS BABY FIRED UP.

NICE.

MM.

I WOULDN'T PUT THAT IN YOUR MOUTH.

I KNOW, I JUST THOUGHT OF IT AS I DID IT,

'CAUSE GOD KNOWS WHERE IT'S BEEN.

WE DON'T WANT TO KNOW WHERE THAT THING'S BEEN.

FOR ME, I THINK YOU'RE BETTER OFF

LOOKING GOOD THAN DRIVING GOOD.

IT USED TO BE OPPOSITE.

I USED TO WANT TO HAVE THE FASTEST CAR,

THE BEST-HANDLING CAR,

BE ABLE TO BEAT EVERYONE OUT THERE.

BUT NOW, I FEEL LIKE I JUST WANT TO PIMP.

I JUST WANT TO DRIVE AROUND AND PROFILE, MAN.

RATHER LOOK GOOD THAN FEEL GOOD, MAN.

HE HAD IT RIGHT.

IT'S ALWAYS GOOD TO LOOK GOOD.

'CAUSE EVERYTHING'S FAST NOW.

YEP.

ALRIGHT, THAT'LL KEEP IT FROM RUSTING.

YOU READY TO PUT THIS HOOD IN?

Kenny: SO, ME AND TOMMY ARE DONE WELDING THE FRAMES IN

THAT WE NEED TO AND BUTTONING EVERYTHING UP.

NOW IT'S TIME TO HANG THE HOOD.

YEAH, I'M NOT LOOKING FORWARD TO PICKING THIS BIG THING UP.

NO, WE'RE GONNA DIE.

♪♪

WE GOT TO PRAY THAT ALL OF OUR HARD FABRICATION TIME

HAS PAID OFF AND THIS THING GOES IN NICE AND SMOOTH.

WELL, WE'RE GONNA HAVE TO HOLD IT UP AND DRILL.

SO I'M GONNA DRILL A HOLE

AND THEN SHOVE A BOLT THROUGH LIKE IMMEDIATELY.

♪♪

HOLD ON.

I GOT TO BE QUICK TO DRILL THESE HOLES.

TIM'S ON THE ROOF TO GIVE ME A HAND

TO PUT THE NUTS AND THE WASHERS ON TOP

SO WE CAN GET THIS THING MOUNTED IN

AND EVERYBODY CAN GET OUT OF THIS TRUCK.

♪♪

ALRIGHT, YOU'RE THROUGH.

YOU'RE ACTING LIKE YOU'RE DOING WORK OR SOMETHING AROUND THERE.

[ LAUGHS ]

SORRY, GUYS. I'M TRYING.

LET'S DRILL THESE LAST TWO SO I CAN GET OUT OF HERE.

ALRIGHT.

AS I'M DRILLING THROUGH THE OTHER SUPPORTS,

EVERYTHING IS LINING UP JUST AS WE HAD HOPED.

WE COULDN'T ASK FOR A BETTER FIT.

LET GO.

ALRIGHT. DIDN'T EVEN MOVE.

[ WHISTLES ]

THAT'LL HOLD IT.

THIS THING'S SITTING UNDER ITS OWN WEIGHT.

IT'S SOLID. IT AIN'T GOING NOWHERE.

NOW WE GOT TO HANG THE EXHAUST FAN ON THE ROOF

AND GET EVERYTHING ALL CLEANED UP

AND PASS IT OFF TO THE CLIENT.

WE'RE GONNA BE EATING CRABBY DOGS IN NO TIME.

♪♪

Tom: GOOD THING KENNY HAD HIS WHEATIES THIS MORNING

'CAUSE THIS FAN'S A LOT BIGGER THAN I EXPECTED.

BAM!

LIKE IT WAS MADE FOR IT.

THE FAN MOUNTED IN A POSITION I LIKE.

NOW ALL I GOT TO DO IS RUN MY WIRE,

THEN WE'LL BE READY TO TIE IN THE ELECTRICAL.

♪♪

YOU WANT TO FIRE THAT THING UP? SEE IF THIS THING WORKS?

YEAH, LET'S GET IT.

♪♪

[ MOTOR STARTS ]

MOMENT OF TRUTH.

[ FAN WHIRRING ]

AND WE HAVE FAN.

ALRIGHT!

WHOO!

♪♪

ALRIGHT, FRANCISCO, WE HAVE A BRAND-NEW TRUCK,

SO DON'T MESS IT UP.

NO SCRATCHES.

GIVE IT TO ME FOR CHRISTMAS?

YEAH, CHRISTMAS.

OKAY.

A PIECE AT A TIME.

Andy: SO, MY BUDDY CALLS ME UP AND TELLS ME

HE'S GOT A BRAND SPANKIN' NEW DODGE 2500

THAT THEY NEED TO PUT A UTILITY BODY ON.

THE PROBLEM IS, THEY DON'T HAVE THE GUYS TO TAKE THE BED OFF,

THEY DON'T HAVE THE PLACE TO STORE IT.

SO TAKE OFF THE BED, THE REAR BUMPER, AND THE HITCH.

WE GET TO KEEP THE BED.

I LOVE DEALS LIKE THIS BECAUSE YOU KNOW WHAT?

I GET PARTS THAT NOBODY ELSE HAS.

DO NOT SCRATCH THE CAB RIGHT HERE, WHATEVER YOU DO.

GET EVERYBODY TO PICK IT UP NICE AND EASY, MOVE IT BACK.

BE VERY CAREFUL.

♪♪

SO ONE OF MY BIG WORRIES IS THEY'RE USED TO TAKING PARTS

OFF OF JUNK CARS THAT ARE CRASHED UP.

THIS IS A BRAND-NEW $40,000 TRUCK.

I CANNOT SCRATCH THE CAB.

♪♪

♪♪

AN HOUR LATER, I GOT A BRAND-NEW BED ON THE SHELF,

AND I'M GONNA HAVE SOME MONEY IN MY POCKET.

THE THING'S WORTH 2,800 BUCKS, AND THAT'S HOW YOU MAKE MONEY.

-A FOOD TRUCK? -YES, SIR.

Andy: SO I GUESS WHEN THE CAT'S AWAY, THE MOUSE DOES PLAY...

WE CAN TWEAK IT AND GET IT UP TO CODE.

...OR REBUILD A FOOD TRUCK

AND AGREE TO BE PAID IN HOT DOGS.

-AND WE HAVE FAN. -ALRIGHT!

Andy: THANK GOD I'VE BEEN WORKING ON A BUILD

THAT WILL MAKE US SOME REAL MONEY --

A 1978 25th ANNIVERSARY EDITION CORVETTE.

WHAT'S YOUR BUDGET LIKE?

NO MORE THAN $25,000.

AFTER A THROWBACK PAINT JOB, WE PUT IN A BRAND-NEW MOTOR

AND REBUILT TRANSMISSION, WHICH DOUBLED THE HORSEPOWER.

NICE.

AND NOW IT'S TIME TO FIRE IT UP.

D10 CABLES ON. WE'VE GOT OIL IN.

DID YOU PUT OIL IN IT?

I DID, YEAH.

CHECKED THE TRANS FLUID?

I DID.

TRANS FLUID IS GOOD, TOO.

SEE IF WE CAN'T GET HER TO FIRE UP.

ALRIGHT.

READY?

[ ENGINE SPUTTERS ]

ALRIGHT.

OH, YOU YANKED THE DAMN IGNITION WIRE OFF.

I DID? OKAY.

I'M NEVER GONNA BLAME IT ON MYSELF, BLAIR.

OKAY, FAIR ENOUGH.

READY?

GO.

[ ENGINE SPUTTERING ]

COME ON, BABY. COME ON, BABY.

[ ENGINE REVVING ]

OH, MY GOD!

IT SOUNDS NICE.

IT SOUNDS GOOD.

COMING TO LIFE!

♪♪

TODAY I WAS SUPER EXCITED

WHEN I GOT YOUR CALL AND SAID IT WAS READY.

YOU'RE NOT GONNA BELIEVE IT'S THE SAME CAR.

Andy: THE GUYS GOT THE CORVETTE ALL FINISHED UP,

SO I GAVE RUSSEL A CALL TO COME OUT

AND CHECK OUT WHAT WE'VE DONE.

IS THAT A DIFFERENT CAR?

HOLY COW.

[ LAUGHS ]

HOLY CRAP, MAN.

YEAH.

IT'S A FANTASTIC PAINT JOB.

SMOOTH AS GLASS.

I MEAN, COMPARED TO WHAT IT WAS BEFORE WITH THE CRACKS,

IT'S INCREDIBLE.

IT'S SLICK, MAN.

Andy: THIS IS A TOTAL TRANSFORMATION.

IT LOOKED LIKE CRAP WHEN IT CAME IN HERE.

THE PAINT WAS PEELING, EVERYTHING WAS ALL CRACKED UP.

I MEAN, IT LOOKED LIKE IT WAS READY FOR THE JUNKYARD.

AND WE HAVE TURNED IT INTO A MINTY PACE-CAR EDITION CORVETTE.

I MEAN, IT'S SHOW QUALITY.

IT TRULY IS.

YEP.

IT LOOKS LIKE IT COME OFF THE SHOWROOM FLOOR.

WE POLISHED THE WHEELS UP.

WE PUT SOME NEW RUBBER ON IT FOR YOU.

WE PUT ON THE PACE-CAR SPOILER --

DIDN'T HAVE IT BEFORE.

BUT THE BEST PART ABOUT THE SPOILER

IS NOW YOU'RE GONNA NEED IT.

WAIT TILL YOU SEE WHAT'S UNDERNEATH THE HOOD.

♪♪

BRAND SPANKIN' NEW 383.

WHEN THE HOOD POPPED, I WAS BLOWN AWAY.

THIS IS FREAKING BEAUTIFUL.

YEAH.

ALL NEW ACCESSORIES, ALL NEW TRANSMISSION.

ON THE HORSEPOWER RATING FROM WHAT THE OLD L88 WAS,

WE DOUBLED IT AND THEN SOME.

[ LAUGHS ]

SO IT'S LIKE TWO CORVETTES IN ONE.

YOU'RE PUSHING 500 HORSEPOWER.

WHOO!

YEAH.

YOU KNOW, AS WE'RE LOOKING AT THIS CAR,

I CAN TELL RUSSEL IS REALLY EXCITED.

HE WANTS TO PUT THE PEDAL TO THE METAL.

LISTEN TO IT, MAN.

IT SOUNDS SWEET.

GOT SOME CAM IN IT, DOESN'T IT?

YES, SIR.

THANK YOU.

I'M LOOKING FOR THAT HEART RUSH.

I'M LOOKING FOR THAT RUSH THAT I GET FROM HORSEPOWER.

[ ENGINE REVS ]

GOT SOME POWER, DOESN'T IT?

IT SURE DOES, MAN.

THE HORSEPOWER THIS THING HAS, YOU CAN REALLY FEEL IT.

I MEAN, IT'S RIGHT THERE, RIGHT AT YOUR FOOT.

♪♪

ANDY -- HE HIT A HOME RUN WITH THIS ONE.

I CAN'T WAIT TO GET THIS BABY HOME.

♪♪

BEST PART ABOUT FINISHING A BUILD

IS SEEING THE CLIENT'S FACE WHEN HE TAKES HIS CAR AWAY.

THAT'S WHAT I LIKE.

I MEAN, IT'S GREAT TO GET THE PAYCHECK, GREAT TO GET PAID,

GREAT TO MAKE A LIVING, BUT YOU KNOW WHAT?

WHEN SOMEONE LEAVES HAPPY, THAT MAKES ME HAPPY.

THAT'S WHY YOU'RE IN THE BUSINESS,

TO PUT A SMILE ON THEIR FACE.

THAT'S EVERYTHING.

AND GENERALLY, WHEN YOU SEE THAT CUSTOMER LEAVE WITH THAT SMILE,

IT'S A MOMENT HE'LL NEVER FORGET, AND YOU'RE PART OF IT.

THAT'S A GREAT FEELING.

♪♪

HEY, HEY.

Stacy: HEY, BOB! HOW ARE YOU?

I COULDN'T BE BETTER IF I WAS TWINS, HONEST TO GOD.

THIS HAS BEEN LIKE CHRISTMAS MORNING.

I COULDN'T WAIT TO GET UP TODAY.

Bob: WE FINISHED UP THE FOOD TRUCK.

I'M SO EXCITED, I WORE UNDERWEAR.

MAN, I CAN'T BELIEVE THE WAY IT CAME OUT.

BOB, I LOVE IT. I ABSOLUTELY LOVE IT.

I KNOW WE PUT THE RIGHT STUFF IN,

BUT IT DOESN'T WORK UNTIL YOU WORK IT.

IT LOOKS FABULOUS.

RIGHT.

AND NOW THAT I'VE STARTED COOKING IN HERE, IT'S WONDERFUL.

IT IS A BEAST COMPARED TO THE LAST ONE THAT WE HAD.

IT'S A BEAST!

I'M JUST THRILLED THAT WE GOT IT WORKING,

AND WE ARE READY FOR SOME HOT DOGS.

GOOD, 'CAUSE I BROUGHT PLENTY, AND I BROUGHT OUR CRABBY DOGS.

OH, I'M LOVING THIS. I'LL BE BACK.

OKAY, THANKS, BOB.

ALRIGHT.

♪♪

MAN, I'M SITTING HERE LOOKING AT THIS HOT DOG TRUCK.

MY MOUTH IS DROOLING.

I CAN'T WAIT TO GET INTO THOSE HOT DOGS.

♪♪

ALRIGHT.

ALRIGHT, HERE WE ARE.

LET'S GET SOME HOT DOGS.

Stacy: HI, GUYS.

I TOOK DOWN SUPERMAN'S PICTURE AND PUT YOURS UP.

AWW, THANKS, BOB.

YOU GOT IT.

HERE YOU GO.

-PASSING THEM OUT? -PASSING THEM OUT.

Andy: ALRIGHT, LET'S CHECK THEM OUT.

Bob: YOU DID REALLY, REALLY GOOD.

Stacy: SO DID YOU GUYS. I LOVE THE TRUCK.

WHAT DO YOU THINK? WORTH IT, HUH?

I THINK SO.

WORTH ALL THE WORK?

IT WAS WORTH ALL THE TROUBLE.

AND NEXT TIME WHEN I PUT A SUPER CHARGER ON SOMETHING,

YOU JUST REMEMBER THIS -- I'M LETTING THIS ONE SLIDE.

YOU GOT ONE IN YOUR CORNER.

OH, MAN.

THEY ARE GOOD.

MM.

YOU LIKE IT, QUANG?

[ LAUGHTER ]

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