Richard trades his friend a '58 Impala for a '67 Mustang. He flips a smoking (literally) '72 Pontiac Formula 400, but will it make up for his most embarrassing purchase yet? Aaron and the crew rush to the scene of a Gas Monkey accident.
Richard and Aaron take on the ultimate 4x4 hot rod: a '76 Bronco. Unfortunately, runaway rust issues make this project budget-buster. Needing cash fast, Richard hits the road in search of some quick flips, including a Pontiac Chieftain and '40 sedan.
With the Bronco over-budget and past deadline, Richard's patience (and wallet) are severely tested. He sells a '36 Ford three-window then considers a dare to sell his beloved Shelby Mustang. Sue is not amused with Gas Monkey's birthday gift to her.
Richard and Aaron resurrect two cars bought from a local charity: a '59 Fairlaine 500 Galaxie and a 1954 Bel Air. Richard is concerned for his safety at a Model A boneyard, but it's having to reject one of Sue's jobs that has him and Aaron most concerned.
A side trip to Vegas nets Richard and Aaron casino winnings and Evel Knievel's Messerschmitt microcar. Later Richard buys a '73 Dodge Challenger and the Holy Grail of Corvettes: a '67 Stingray in hopes of a 6-figure sale, but Aaron is not pleased... at all.
Richard and Aaron bring a hot '58 Corvette home to the new Gas Monkey World Headquarters. Christie takes a gamble, buying a '65 T-Bird while Richard is away. Model Alloy Ash fires up her welding torch to prove to Aaron she's more than just a pretty face.
The Gas Monkey crew turn a rat-infested '38 Ford into a cool hot rod. Richard buys football player Emmitt Smith's Mercedes, which comes with a surprise. Is new female welder Alloy up for the GMG challenge? Richard gambles 0K on a banged up Ferrari F-40.