Andy finds a 1931 Ford Model A that looks like it just drove out of a mobster film and a 1963 Volkswagen Bug that needs some love.
An iconic piece of military history rolls into the yard, along with a dinosaur-sized bulldozer that no one quite knows what to do with.
Andy throws the entire garage into chaos when he discovers a 1967 Chevrolet Camaro pace car and decides to unveil his masterpiece at an upcoming car show.
Andy jumps at the opportunity to purchase a 1967 Chevrolet Camaro pace car, but the rare, valuable classic is currently in pieces.
A fuel-injection specialist attempts to get a 1932 Roadster up and running; a project to combine parts from two Chevy trucks into a new single FrankenTruck threatens to go off the rails.
Andy transforms an old ambulance into a Maryland sportsmobile for a fellow college alumnus, then thinks outside the box to soup up a vehicle for a buddy in blue.
Andy has his doubts when his father, Bobby, is determined to fix up the ultimate junker; Bobby relies upon a few old-school tricks to prove his son wrong.
Andy puts the boys to work on a crazy-looking vintage race car, a Hot Wheels Ramblin' Wrecker tow truck racer, and a 1970 Chevrolet Camaro rescued from Hurricane Sandy.
Andy is in hog heaven when he finds a classic Chevrolet Blazer on the roadside and wins a totaled Porsche Cayman on a bid.
Andy has visions of redneck gold when he lands a 1994 Ford Bronco at auction, but his father throws a wrench in the gears.
Andy's shop takes on a scorched Audi S6, but work on the burnt powerhouse reveals more problems than expected.
Andy sees dollar signs when he comes across a rusty Trans AM at an auction, but getting the vehicle running is another matter.
Andy sees an opportunity to make money by selling one of his most valuable cars, but must first repair the vehicle.
Andy is reluctant to turn away business, even when a returning client requests an ambitious build and an impossible deadline.
Andy hopes to make money by selling tricked-out golf carts to his father's friends, but soon realizes the building process is harder than he imagined.
Andy hopes to secure future business for years to come by completing a promised build, and has the opportunity to boost his own collection with some help from his father.
Hot Wheels' legendary car designer Larry Wood asks Andy to build him a life-size replica of one of his die-cast creations.
Andy is forced to rely on his junkyard ingenuity and his team of seasoned technicians after he takes on more work than his yard can handle.
Andy agrees to an ambitious paintball tank build and makes a friendly bet with his father over a pickup truck.
Andy stumbles across a Mercedes-Benz SL55 AMG that he hopes to flip, but soon realizes that he may have bitten off more than he can chew; Andy's father manages to turn a marketing idea into a mess.
Andy believes that the creation of lightweight ATVs for search and rescue teams could be a profitable business venture, but Bobby does not have much faith in his son's idea.
Andy senses a big opportunity when an expensive hydraulic system is discovered in the rear of an old El Camino.
Andy spends $1,500 on a street sweeper, then has to hustle to find a buyer; Andy makes preparations for an employee Halloween party.
Andy concocts a new business venture after a local ice-cream truck swings by the junkyard, while Bobby is left cold by the whole idea.
Andy must rely on his father and employees for help when he cannot be at both his junkyard and custom-car shop at the same time.
Entrepreneur Andy Cohen's well-meaning father messes up a big repair job; Andy's race car has mechanical issues.
Conflicting business philosophies between father and son are put to the test when two different projects arrive at the yard.
With the junkyard business running smoothly, Andy turns his attention to ambitious projects that could make or break the reputation of Damascus Motors.