The McClure family is passionately restoring American glory, one classic car at a time. Their family business, Desert Valley Auto Parts, houses over 10,000 rust-free vehicles over 100 sun-baked Arizona acres. Not content with merely providing original parts for thousands of car collectors and restoration junkies each year, the McClures and their rag-tag crew are constantly on the hunt for cars to restore -- seeking them out in backyards, barns and even on their own massive lot. Their goal? To restore these classic American cars to their original glory and get them back on the road, while discovering the unique and historically significant qualities of each car -- and of course, to make a fair profit at auction.
The McClures restores a '65 T-Bird.
Ron challenges Jason and crew to restore a 1970 Oldsmobile 442.
Ben, the new shop manager, finds himself in a tight spot after a shop accident breaks the most valuable part of the 1964 Plymouth Barracuda restoration, then the crew lets off some steam in the first ever shop vs. yard demolition derb
A 1955 Ford F100 restoration gives the crew problems.
Jason finds out that the 1966 Chevrolet Chevelle he bought is a rare SS model.
The crew tries to get a 1950 Cadillac going; Route 66 renovation gives Ron a change of heart.
When Desert Valley gets invited to a prestigious Russo & Steele auction, Ron and Jason decide to roll out the ultimate American muscle car: a Pontiac GTO. With big money on the table, they finally stand to make a bundle.