NEW TEAM. ALL MOPAR!
ALL NEW EPISODES THIS FALL
Graveyard Carz is changing everything. New team. New Attitude. All Mopar!
This fall, we're back and things are going to be different! But don't let that fool you, we're all about Mopar! You want car builds? You are going to get them!
We've got a lineup of some of the most badass Mopar muscle that ever existed!
NO MOVIE-STARS HERE. JUST REAL-LIFE HARDWORKING BLUE-COLLAR MOPAR MECHANICS.
This season, we're pulling out all the stops and it's going to be jam packed with car work. Why hasn't it been this way in the past? As some of you know, we're an acquisition - meaning we make the show out of pocket and then sell it to networks. This means, we don't get feedback about our season until after it's already been shot and sent out.
Since the beginning of Season 3, you may have seen a gradual change in the show format. We've added Tech Tips and QA's to see how our audience (you) would respond. In Season 4 we took the Tech Tips to a new level, and tried focusing more on builds with less banter and character plots.
This second half of the season is our final big change and it directly reflects feedback that we've received from our fans. So sit back, prop your feet up, un-mute the television, and watch as we take some of the most badass Mopar muscle and resurrect them to the way they left the factory floor!
In this second half of the season, look for a special appearance from the 1958 Plymouth Fury made famous from John Carpenter's "Christine".
The Plymouth Fury is a model of automobile which was produced by the Plymouth division of the Chrysler Corporation from 1956 to 1978. The Fury was introduced as a sporty, premium-priced model designed to showcase the line, with the intent to draw consumers into showrooms.
Mark hasn't made much progress on Bill Goldberg's car and he's not happy.
Mark must find time for his car or prepare to get in the ring and fight with the World Wrestling Champion.
The next car to be showcased finished is our 1970 Barracuda Convertible. Graveyard Carz has had this car since Season 2 and we're happy to say that it's done and the owner couldn't be more thrilled.
While its restoration wasn't without its challenges, the Graveyard Ghouls delivered the car in what will be considered our most emotional reveal ever. See it in the very first episode back this fall!