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Graveyard Carz

American automotive reality TV series

Graveyard Carz
Created byMark Worman, Aaron Smith, Casey Faris
Directed byPeter Hermansader (2020-present) D.L. Watson, Casey Faris (2011–2013)
StarringMark Worman, Allysa Rose, Royal Yoakum, Will Scott, Doug Oldham (2011-present), Dave Rea, Josh Rose (2011-2014), Daren Kirkpatrick (2011-2014), Holley Chedester (2012-2013)
Narrated byAaron Smith (2015-present), Jon Bailey (2014–2015)
Theme music composerThomas Lesh (Main Music), Richard Cranach (2011–2014)
Opening themeOctoSound "Intense Rock Trailer", Echovolt (2011–2014)
Country of originUnited States
Original languageEnglish
No. of seasons14
No. of episodes175
Executive producersMark Worman, Aaron Smith, Jeffery Osborns, Peter Hermansader (2020-present), D.L. Watson, Sam Chambliss, Mark Worman, Casey Faris (2011-2015)
ProducersMark Worman, Aasron Smith, Jeffery Osborns, Peter Hermansader (2020-present), D.L. Watson, Matthew Pryor, Dan Bernard (2011-2015)
CinematographyMichael Sherman
EditorsShane Boss, Nick DeAngelo, Jeffery Osborns, Isabelle Rogers (2020-present), Aaron Smith (2011-present), Sam Chambliss, Michael Maruska, Christopher White, D.L. Watson, Casey Faris (2011-2015), Dan Bernard (2011-2015), Gavin P. Cunningham (2013-2016), Nicole Compton (2013)
Running time60 minutes
Production companiesThe Division Productions, LLC
Original networkMotortrend formerly Velocity
Audio format5.1 Dolby Digital
Original releaseJune 14, 2012 (2012-06-14) –
Production website

Graveyard Carz is an American automotive reality TV show made on location in Springfield, Oregon that restores late 1960s/early 1970s Moparmuscle cars. The Graveyard Carz shop motto: "It's Mopar or No Car". As of July 28, 2020, the show is in production for a 15th season on Motortrend, formerly Velocity.[1]

The show[edit]

Graveyard Carz was created and is owned by Mark Worman. It is produced independently by The Division, a film and television production company in which Worman is also the CEO. The show's relationship with Velocity is what is called "a pre-sale acquisition." The Division retains all creative control but frequently takes notes and suggestions from the Velocity team.

In 2016 TERN commissioned and acquired the global rights for 26 episodes of Graveyard Carz in HFR UHD. These episodes will be aired on Velocity in HD as Season 6 and elsewhere by Insight as Season 6 and Season 7.

The 1971 Phantom 'Cuda[edit]

Mark Worman wanted to document the restoration of a 1971 Plymouth 'Cuda, painted Hemi Orange, equipped with a 440 6 Barrel V8, a Heavy Duty 4-Speed manual transmission, and a 3.54 ratio Dana 60 rear axle. On July 5, 1980, the car was wrecked after the driver lost control in a 100 mph race with a pickup truck. After acquiring the car, Mark entered into an agreement with a collector to have the car restored.

To prove to nay-sayers that the car could be restored, Mark had the son of local friend (Aaron Smith) film the restoration. After seeing how entertaining the team was, Mark and Aaron decided to start shooting concept material for a television pilot, and Graveyard Carz was born.

Over the course of the first five seasons, viewers have seen The Phantom 'Cuda undergo a slow transformation. In Season 1 it was dipped in a paint stripping tank, while its overall condition was assessed in Season 2. Season 3 saw the repair of a fender to determine if the sheet metal was too compromised to use in the restoration. At the end of Season 4, the 'Cuda was shipped off to American Metal Direct (AMD), an automobile and truck replacement parts retailer for installation. The car returned in Season 5 with all brand new sheet metal. In Season 6 The Phantom 'Cuda is completed, restored to factory condition.

Cast (The Ghouls)[edit]

The first four seasons of Graveyard Carz featured Mark Worman, Royal Yoakum, Josh Rose, and Daren Kirkpatrick.[2] Seasons 2 and 3 featured recurring cast member Holly Chedester, who did not return for Season 4.[3]

Season 5 (previously titled Season 4b) brought back Mark Worman's daughter Allysa Rose, a recurring cast-member in Season 1, (and married to fellow cast member Josh Rose), Worman's best-friend, Royal Yoakum, and introduced Will Scott, a vehicle painter (who had been part of the original concept for the series) as well as new mechanic/assembly technician and long-time fan of the show David Rea.[4]


Currently, a 13-episode season takes about 100 days of continuous shooting. Earlier seasons took more than a year, as the original crew would only work Saturdays on Mopar builds. True to the show's premise, the current cast are actual automotive technicians, and the film-crew plans series' shoots around the elements of key car builds.

Once a car is completed, if its owners are willing, a shoot is planned to see the car "revealed" to them. The film-crew takes extra care to make the "reveal" as true to life as possible.

Due to the nature of how quickly the show must be produced, and how long it actually takes to build a car, the episodes are edited parallel with the filming. Therefore, each episode doesn't have a typical car-show reveal, but instead, emphasis is placed on the smaller yet significant sub-assembly builds needed on a car.

Comedic story lines are often shot separately, away from the actual car work being done. Therefore, every effort is made to place them in episodes as close to when they occurred in real-time in order to avoid continuity issues. Despite popular belief, most comedic storylines are claimed to be 100% true, depicting events that have happened in the shop. The cast is encouraged to let the film crew in on any pranks to best capture real reactions.

Season 6 Revamp[edit]

Graveyard Carz went through a total revamp: new logo, new graphics, and new show format built upon the changes made in Season 5. Rather than focusing on the cast and their daily activities, focus has shifted to the cars and their builds in order to draw in viewers disheartened by the original format of the show.


Season 1[edit]

Season one started on June 14, 2012, and ended on July 19, 2012, for a total of 6 episodes.

Season 2[edit]

Season two started on January 8, 2013, and ended on April 2, 2013, for a total of 13 episodes.

Season 3[edit]

Season three started on January 7, 2014, and ended on April 1, 2014, for a total of 13 episodes. Starting with the second episode, the series now includes trivia questions before and after the commercial breaks and recaps of what has taken place up to that point. A new opening title sequence also debuted on the second episode of the season.

Season 4[edit]

Season four started on November 18.

Season 5[edit]

Season Five with new cast and new shop.

Season 6[edit]

Season six started on November 2, 2016.

Season 7[edit]

Season Seven started on March 20, 2017.

Season 8[edit]

Season 8 started on November 14, 2017.

Season 9[edit]

Season 9 began on March 6, 2018.

Season 10[edit]

Season 10 began on November 30, 2018.

Season 11[edit]

Season 11 began on December 6, 2019.

Season 12[edit]

Season 12 began on May 26, 2020.

Season 13[edit]

Season 13 began on March 16, 2021.

See also[edit]


External links[edit]


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Here's What's Real And Fake About Graveyard Carz

By Kenny NormanUpdated


Graveyard Carz focuses on Mark Worman and a crew of mechanics who take on the challenge of finding old, beaten-up Mopar Muscle cars to restore them.

Graveyard Carz is a reality TV show created by Mark Worman. The show has been airing on the Velocity channel since 2012 and focuses on Mark and a rotating crew of mechanics as they take on the challenge of finding old, decrepit Mopar Muscle cars and restoring them to their former glory.  The cast's motto is, "it's Mopar or it's No Car," so that should be a telltale sign of where their automotive loyalty lies.

Updated April 2021: If you're a fan of Mark Worman and Graveyard Carz, you'll be happy to know we've updated this article to include more recent and accurate information to help you separate what's real from the scripted and fake parts of the show. 

Mark got his first car on his 16th birthday. It was a 1970s Dodge Charger with a Burnt Orange paint job and a 383 two-barrel engine. Clearly, that car left an impression on young Worman since he's now restoring muscle cars from the same manufacturer on TV. It's not without reason that he is known as the “Mopar Guru” in the car resurrecting circles.

No matter how rusty and derelict these Mopars are, and regardless of how much time it will take, the Graveyard Carz crew will find a way to put these broken cars back together again. It takes roughly 100 days to produce one 13-episode season, and the cast will often plan a “reveal” to a car's owner once the car has been fully restored.

However, there's some debate about some of what is featured on the show. As with all reality shows, there are scripted parts, which has led people to ask what is real, genuine, actual, and sincere, and what is fake, rehearsed, altered, or scripted.

Read on to find out some of the more real and more fake aspects of Graveyard Carz.

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Fake: Too Much Editing And Scripting

Unfortunately, there is a lot of fakery going on. This certainly isn't unique to Graveyard Carz though, every reality TV show has more than its fair share of make-believe. In the past, the production team has admitted to editing some scenes for increased dramatic effect, and they even admitted to going as far as actually scripting some of the scenarios and situations. Many different factors go into how the film crew gets the shot and portrays it on camera.

With a reality series, excess footage is immediately available, and this needs to be sorted through in order to puzzle together what becomes the final product. There might be several hours of footage for each scene, while the final product we get to see on the show is only three or four minutes long. It goes without saying that the production team will use the most relevant and interesting footage for the episode, but they will also include whatever material supports their agenda for the series or episode.

The production team believes that a reality show's story is probably 80% in the editing, and they don't really know much about what the final product will look like story-wise until they're done editing. Their aim is to get as much mileage as possible out of a very limited number of complicated restoration jobs, and they also want to understand the personalities on the show enough to highlight their interactions at work. The producers note that a cast member's true personality is what will be portrayed on the show, but producers and editors push them along in certain situations.

As an example, there might be a certain cast member who's quick to react to a situation, so the editing teams will create a scenario where they inform everyone of a staged incident, except that one person. Doing this will create a scene around the blissfully ignorant cast member and his reaction to it. There's no doubt that these moments are very much scripted, although the production team insists that those scenes are still natural and realistic because the cast members retain their genuine personalities.

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Real: Arguing And Drama

Unfortunately, when it comes to a lot of the arguments and drama, much of that has been very real. On reality TV shows, just like in actual reality, personalities will sometimes collide head-on, like the show's Daren Kirkpatrick and Josh Rose. A lot of viewers are Mopar fans or classic car fans in general, and they are quick to note the constant squabbling and backbiting on the show, particularly in the early seasons with the first cast. By season 4, Daren Kirkpatrick and Josh Rose departed, much to Mark Worman's delight, as he referred to them as the “Clinker Twins.”

After their departure, Worman claimed he felt energized and refreshed, ready to breathe new life into Graveyard Carz with a new cast. Having those two around was taking a serious toll on Worman, and he has revealed that those heated sessions were definitely not fictional drama. “Daren and Josh made me miserable and that was reflected in everything I did,” Worman said. “They were complete lunatics. None of the arguing you saw on the show was a shtick. It was very real bickering and daily negativity.”

He also said that their inability to work together was affecting their overall activities in the workshop and the show as a whole. After their departure, Worman and Royal Yoakum remained on the cast of Graveyard Carz, joined by Alyssa Rose and auto painter Will Scott.

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Real: Restorations And Body Shop

Graveyard Carz does feature actual car restorations, and the shop they use, Welby's Car Care, is a very real repair shop in Springfield, Oregon. The makeovers the cars undergo are 100% legitimate and time-consuming, such as the Hemi-powered 1970 Dodge Coronet R/T Convertible.

Welby's Car Care is where the show films and Worman bought it years ago, all the way back in 1985 to be specific, to turn it into his body shop. It was once a factory where Worman was doing janitorial work in his teens. The crew's restoration, research, and documentation of Chrysler vehicles, such as the 1967 Plymouth GTX, that Graveyard Carz shows is actual research they have done and actual work they have performed on the vehicles.

Every part and component used for these restorations is OEM, short for original equipment manufacturer: a company that produces parts and equipment that may be marketed by another manufacturer. The process to find all the necessary parts is long, complicated, and very real. But the finished product is a solid restoration of a car that's been restored to factory specs.


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Graveyard Carz Season 2

Premieres October 7th at 9:00 PM (ET/PT)


-- Host Mark Worman Moves to A New Shop Where “It’s Mopar or No Car” in All-New Episodes Beginning Wednesday, October 7 at 9 PM (ET/PT) --

(Silver Spring, Md.) – Even the most powerful cars can’t live forever. At some point, they’re cast aside, traded in, and in some cases, left for dead in a scrap heap. America is littered with the decaying frames of former muscle cars, but that’s where Mark Worman and his team called the ghouls step in. On GRAVEYARD CARZ, no car is too far-gone or past its expiration date for Mark and the ghouls and they’re up for any repair and restoration job, as long as it’s a Chrysler muscle car or better known as a Mopar®. All new episodes of GRAVEYARD CARZ return exclusively to Velocity beginning Wednesday, October 7, at 9 PM (ET/PT).

This season, before Mark revs up the renovations, he’s making some changes to his team and his shop. Former ghouls Will and Allysa are back and joining Mark and Royal at a brand-new shop. Mark hopes adding the old team to the new space can help dig up some amazing reclamation results.

In the premiere episode, the team is back at work on two long-time ghoulish projects, the Phantom Cuda and the 1970 Barracuda Convertible. The Phantom was D.O.A. when it arrived at the shop in the first season of GRAVEYARD CARZ, but after some intensive detective work on the car’s history and a canvass for lost parts, Mark is confident his team can finally breathe life into this beauty 6 years later. The Barracuda convertible arrived in season two looking like a zombie. But after some struggles and challenges, the ghouls hope the final restoration will be a thriller for its owners.

Of course it wouldn’t be GRAVEYARD CARZ without a few Hemi Chargers and even more Cudas popping out of the ground this season. With a new attitude in the shop, these motor morticians are feeling reborn and are dead set on rolling out some badass Mopar®!

 GRAVEYARD CARZ airs Wednesdays at 9 PM ET/PT beginning October 7 only on Velocity.

 GRAVEYARD CARZ is produced for Velocity by The Division Productions, LLC. Robert Scanlon is general manager of Velocity and Automotive Content, and David Lee is vice president of production and development and executive producer for Velocity. For The Division Productions, LLC., Mark Worman is executive producer.


Full Episode Descriptions Below

All Times ET/PT

“Commando Cuda vs. Magnum Force”

World Premiere Wednesday, October 7 at 9 PM

Mark and Royal are back with a brand new shop and two former team members. The ghouls struggle to install the 383 in the 1970 Barracuda Convertible while Mark checks in on the legendary Phantom Cuda at AMD.


“Rallye Red Restored”

World Premiere Wednesday, October 14 at 9 PM

Mark paints the burnt orange Hemi Charger while awaiting the delivery of the Phantom Cuda from AMD. Meanwhile, the ghouls race to finish the Dailey’s 1971 Cuda 383, a restoration that is four-years in the making.


“Hell Hath No ’58 Fury”

World Premiere Wednesday, October 21 at 9 PM

The ghouls are wrapping up the 340 Cuda while also installing panels on the Hemi Charger. At the same time, Mark is training Allysa on O.E.M. assembly line markings. With everyone working furiously, the legendary Christine stops by for a visit.


“400 Magnum Misfire”

World Premiere Wednesday, October 28 at 9 PM

Mark and the ghouls struggle with after-market parts on the 400 Magnum engine. Meanwhile, Allyssa gets out of the office and into the shop…sort of. And, the ghouls disassemble two incredibly rare Mopars, including a convertible worth more than seven figures.

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Graveyard Carz Season 15 is yet to be announced by Velocity


Graveyard Carz



14 Seasons

183 Episodes

General Lee is back and dominates the current season and with steadily climbing viewer ratings everything points towards a renewal for a ninth installment

Current Show Status

Graveyard Carz Season 15 — not renewed yet

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1Jack is Back on the RoadAug 13, 2021
2Documentary EvidenceAug 20, 2021
3Real Cars Wear PinkAug 27, 2021
4"G" is for GuruSep 3, 2021
5Charge Back to the FutureSep 10, 2021
6Grin Like a Cheshire 'CudaSep 17, 2021
7Plum Crazy WifeSep 24, 2021
8Top Paint GunOct 1, 2021
9Will InterruptedOct 8, 2021
10A Tale Of Two ChargersOct 15, 2021
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1Previous SinsMar 16, 2021
2The Numbers Don't LieMar 23, 2021
3Road Runner A Go GoMar 30, 2021
4Every Time A Bell Rings A Daytona Gets Its WingApr 6, 2021
5B5 Jambin' With WillApr 13, 2021
6A Cuda In The Limelight!Apr 20, 2021
7The Ghouls Get NoseyApr 27, 2021
8This Story Will Bee Epic!May 4, 2021
9No One Hides Cars Like GastonMay 11, 2021
10What's Past Is PrologueMay 18, 2021
11The Daytona Flies HomeMay 25, 2021
12The Heart Of The PhoenixJun 1, 2021
13A Very Special DeliveryJun 8, 2021
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1There Will be 'CudasMay 29, 2020
2Full Metal PhoenixJun 5, 2020
3The Big CheesesteakJun 12, 2020
4Perks Of Being A ChallengerJun 19, 2020
5The Road Runner Diaries - Part 1Jun 26, 2020
6The Road Runner Diaries - Part 2Jul 3, 2020
7The Fast and Furry-ousJul 10, 2020
8Frankenstein's '71 'cudaJul 17, 2020
9The Usual GtxsJul 24, 2020
10The Charger SyndromeJul 31, 2020
11No Country For Old ChargersAug 7, 2020
12The Daytona's AdvocateAug 14, 2020
13Greetings From SemaAug 21, 2020
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2Take it to the LimitDec 13, 2019
3For the Love of MoneyDec 20, 2019
4Whole Lotta LoveDec 27, 2019
5It Don't Come EasyJan 3, 2020
6You Can't Always Get What You WantJan 10, 2020
7You're The One I WantJan 24, 2020
8Only The Strong SurviveJan 31, 2020
9A Long And Winding RoadFeb 7, 2020
10Just The Way You Are Feb 14, 2020
11Bad To The BoneFeb 21, 2020
12Beast of BurdenFeb 28, 2020
13We Belong TogetherMar 6, 2020
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1Rapping Up The DashNov 30, 2018
2Everybody Loves RaymondDec 7, 2018
3Upshift CreekDec 14, 2018
4It's A Duster BusterDec 21, 2018
5Carbituary: ChargerDec 28, 2018
61.5 Million Dollar BabyJan 4, 2019
7Willie, Paint it Black? Jan 11, 2019
8The A100 TeamFeb 5, 2019
9Night of the Little Dead WagonFeb 12, 2019
10Carbituary: 'cudaFeb 19, 2019
11Duster In The WindFeb 26, 2019
12B5: Before & AfterMar 5, 2019
13The Last Ws27r On EarthMar 12, 2019
14Taking Home the BronzeMar 19, 2019
15Hellephant in the RoomMar 26, 2019
16Rallye the TroopsApr 2, 2019
17This is BoringApr 9, 2019
18Allysa's Billboard Hit Apr 16, 2019
19Raise the RoofApr 23, 2019
20HellafuryApr 30, 2019
21To Beep, or Not to BeepMay 7, 2019
22Amentini, Shaken Not StirredMay 14, 2019
23Dougon'itMay 21, 2019
24Baptism by FireMay 28, 2019
25Parking In-VioletionJun 4, 2019
26The Reel Life of GYCJun 11, 2019
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1Sema Has Eyes On A HellbirdMar 7, 2018
268 Gtx Vs. Echo BomberMar 14, 2018
3Pilot Takes FlightMar 21, 2018
4Surveying The Will To WorkMar 28, 2018
5What's Next? Apr 4, 2018
6Performance With A Touch Of Luxury Apr 11, 2018
7Dissecting A Daytona Apr 18, 2018
8Exorcize A Demon Apr 25, 2018
9Frankenstein's Work May 2, 2018
10Look to the West for B5 Blue May 9, 2018
11A Challenger Reflected May 16, 2018
12Mark, Dougie, Allysa, Oh My! May 23, 2018
13Shaking The Magic 8-ball May 30, 2018
#NameAir Dates
1General Assemble LeeNov 15, 2017
2Put Up Your DukesNov 22, 2017
3General Deliver LeeNov 29, 2017
4Inner Workings Of A VictimDec 6, 2017
5Dueling DrivetrainsDec 13, 2017
6Getting SchooledDec 20, 2017
7Roadrunner With A TwistDec 27, 2017
8Engines, Assemblies, And Dougie, Oh My!Jan 3, 2018
9I Love The Smell Of Plum Crazy In The MorningJan 10, 2018
10Gone In 60 DaysJan 17, 2018
11MopardyJan 24, 2018
12A Buck ShortedJan 31, 2018
13The Phoenix CudaFeb 7, 2018
#NameAir Dates
1Grin and Bear a 'Cuda Mar 21, 2017
2General Lee ConsideredMar 28, 2017
3Operation FirepowerApr 4, 2017
4The Roadrunner Gives Me a HemiApr 11, 2017
5Judgement DayApr 18, 2017
6'Cuda 'Tat Apr 25, 2017
7What We Do For A Buck May 2, 2017
8Daytona vs. HellcatMay 9, 2017
9Firepower Un-BoxedMay 16, 2017
10Mopar or No CarMay 23, 2017
11Firepower OperationMay 30, 2017
12Disneyland Of CarzJun 6, 2017
13The Phantom 'cuda Rides AgainJun 13, 2017
#NameAir Dates
1Elephant In A '69Nov 2, 2016
2From Road Runner To SuperbirdNov 9, 2016
3Roaming the Restorations Nov 16, 2016
4Taming a 1971 Challenger R/T Nov 23, 2016
5Privilege to Drive a '68 GTX ConcertibleNov 30, 2016
6Mark UnwrappedDec 7, 2016
7Dude, Where's Alyssa's Car Dec 14, 2016
8A Fly In The Ointment Dec 21, 2016
9Will Gets GrumpyDec 28, 2016
10Phantom's 440 Six BarrelJan 4, 2017
11Cap'ing-off The ChallengerJan 11, 2017
1267 Hemi GTX Convertible ResurrectedJan 25, 2017
13'72 Charger Se ResurrectedFeb 1, 2017
#NameAir Dates
1Commando Cuda vs. Magnum ForceOct 7, 2015
2Rallye Red RestoredOct 14, 2015
3Hell Hath No '58 Fury Oct 21, 2015
4400 Magnum Misfire Oct 28, 2015
5Return of the 70 Sunroof ChallengerNov 25, 2015
6'70 Cuda Grace Dec 2, 2015
7Hemi Orange is the New Corporate Blue Dec 9, 2015
8Grand Theft HemiDec 16, 2015
9Investigation O.E.Dec 23, 2015
10Chally vs ChallyDec 30, 2015
11Hemi FK5 Alive Jan 6, 2016
12Pitch and Rides Jan 13, 2016
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2General Disassemble LeeNov 25, 2014
3Mo Money Mo ChallengersDec 2, 2014
4Drive a Mile in My ShoesDec 9, 2014
5Top Banana ChangeDec 23, 2014
6Gone BananasDec 23, 2014
7Manifold DestinyDec 23, 2014
8Spoiler AlertDec 30, 2014
9MoSparringJan 6, 2015
10The Hills Have Eyes on a SuperbirdJan 20, 2015
11Clipped WingsJan 27, 2015
12Put Me In, CoachFeb 3, 2015
13How to Cook a BarracudaAug 6, 2015
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2AAR You Ready For ThisJan 14, 2014
3Go For It!Jan 21, 2014
4Get Your Hands DirtyJan 28, 2014
5W-O-M-A-N, Mark WomanFeb 4, 2014
6Pop SecretsFeb 11, 2014
7Showtime!Feb 18, 2014
8The Royal TreatmentFeb 25, 2014
9The Grand TorinoMar 4, 2014
10The WaltonsMar 11, 2014
11It's the Great Pumpkin, Goldberg!Mar 18, 2014
12Daytona Reborn Pt. 1Mar 25, 2014
13Daytona Reborn Pt. 2Apr 1, 2014
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2Six-Pack to GoJan 15, 2013
3Hey, Charger!Jan 22, 2013
4Wet PaintJan 29, 2013
5Factory CorrectFeb 5, 2013
6Holley EquippedFeb 12, 2013
7Every Rose Has Its ThornFeb 19, 2013
8You Win Some...Feb 26, 2013
9Cuda MadnessMar 5, 2013
10Flippin' the BirdMar 12, 2013
11Fish 'n' ChipsMar 19, 2013
12Game DayMar 26, 2013
13Phantasm 'CudaApr 2, 2013
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2It's the Great Pumpkin, Mark Worman!Jun 21, 2012
3Daren Goes Plum CrazyJun 28, 2012
4Runnin' Down a DreamJul 5, 2012
5More Than a WrenchJul 12, 2012
6The Big DipperJul 19, 2012
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2Top 10 Muscle Car MomentsJul 31, 2014
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