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Trans Am Convertible Top & Altered E-Go Custom Fab Tunnel

Altered E-Go gets a custom transmission tunnel and the Tribute Trans Am gets a convertible top.

Custom made convertible top material with plastic rear window all padding and well liner.

Serrated adjuster bolt assemblies for both sides, frame mounting brackets.

Professional convertible top install.

Kustom TH airbrush
True Fire 2 and True fire template set

3M Body Schutz
Electrical Tape (6)

Convertible well molding, molding clips, tack strips 1/2" and 5/8", weatherstripping for doors and windows, convertible header molding, roof rail seal, convertible top pump, lift cylinders and lines, screw set for rear tack strip, rear pinchweld molding and clips

Stripping of convertible top frame and components

14 Gauge Sheet(1), 18 Gauge Sheet (3)


Seasons

MuscleCar Debate
2009 | Episode 23
Rick and Tommy debate the definition of the term "muscle car" while taking a look at some prime examples from the 60's, 70's, 80's and today. Learn how to give your car a 70's look with do-it-yourself paint tips.

Project Street Fighter Hits the Road
2009 | Episode 22
Rick and Tommy finish up the '71 Cuda, then take it to the streets, and show it off at a local car show. Rick shows how to make a multi-purpose brake light test tool. In Flashback, take a ride in a 1964 Olds 442.

Project Overkill Returns
2009 | Episode 21
Project Overkill, the '70 Challenger, returns for some finishing touches, then Rick and Tommy take it out for a long-awaited test drive. In Flashback, check out a 1984 Hurst Olds.

Cuda Entertainment System
2009 | Episode 20
Project Street Fighter's interior comes together, including a full-blown custom audio/video system. In Flashback, take a wild ride in a 1967 Wildcat.

Wheels, Chrome and Block Paint
2009 | Episode 19
Pick up some paint tech tips as Rick and Tommy show how to repaint an engine block, pinstripe wheels, and paint chrome.

Quadrajet Rebuild
2009 | Episode 18
Learn everything you need to know about Quadrajet carburetors, including how to rebuild one correctly, what kind of performance to expect, and why they've gotten a bad rap. Plus, we'll show you how to apply do-it-yourself floor coating.

Altered E-Go's Race Seats & TIG Welding
2009 | Episode 17
The '64 Comet drag car gets a fuel cell and some custom-fabbed aluminum racing seats designed and built by the MuscleCar team. An expert demonstrates how to be successful at aluminum TIG welding.

Magnaflow Foose Mustang Part 2
2009 | Episode 16
Rick and Tommy complete the Magnaflow Foose Mustang by installing a supercharger, shocks, lowering springs and brakes, then take it to the streets to see what it can do. Flashback celebrates 45 years of the Mustang by taking a look at how this American icon has evolved.

Magnaflow Foose Mustang Part 1
2009 | Episode 15
Chip Foose teams up with MuscleCar to turn a 2010 Mustang GT into the Magnaflow Foose Mustang. In part one, Chip creates a design, then joins Rick in the paint booth. And we install a Magnaflow cat-back exhaust, Roush body kit and Foose wheels.

Project Street Fighter Paint & Graphics
2009 | Episode 14
Project Street Fighter goes from green to mean with a new paint scheme, including Rick's faux carbon fiber technique and billboard graphics. UFC President Dana White drops in to check out the Cuda's new look.

Trans Am Fuel and Red Sled Brake Plumbing
2009 | Episode 13
We install the fuel tank and lines in the Tribute Trans Am. Learn how to bend lines and work with fittings as Tommy installs the brake plumbing on Project Red Sled. MuscleCar checks out the latest and greatest tools at the Matco Expo in Las Vegas.

Altered E-Go Shocks & Cage
2009 | Episode 12
Rick and Tommy install the shocks and add some more bars to the roll cage on Project Altered E-Go. Rick gives the low-down on how to hand-strip a car, including both chemical and abrasive methods.

Cuda Blow-Apart
2009 | Episode 11
Project Street Fighter gets blown apart for paint & bodywork, and some details are finished up on the 440. MuscleCar takes a look at Coker Tire, including a brief history and overview of their products.

Red Sled Returns
2009 | Episode 10
The '61 Impala is back in the shop for bodywork. Rick and Brent get the steering installed on Altered E-Go. Flashback looks back at a 1967 Ford Fairlane GTA.

Project Street Fighter Body Panels & Exhaust
2009 | Episode 09
The body panels and shaker hood are fitted, and exhaust is installed in the '71 Cuda. Learn how to make your own custom stainless exhaust tips.

Project Street Fighter Headers
2009 | Episode 08
UFC President Dana White visits the MuscleCar shop to check out the progress on Project Street Fighter. Rick finishes up the rear suspension, and Brent modifies the headers. In Flashback, we chase down a '70 Road Runner.

Project Street Fighter Suspension
2009 | Episode 07
Rick & Brent install the suspension and rear end on the '71 Cuda, and mockup the engine and transmission. Brent shows how to make your own pan-hard bar. In Flashback, a '61 Pontiac Catalina hits the road.

Trans Am Stereo Install
2009 | Episode 06
The Tribute Trans Am has a custom stereo system installed, including fiberglass interior panels and wiring. Learn how to patch holes in your vinyl interior. Flashback takes a cruise in a 1970 AMC Rebel Machine.

Project Street Fighter Debut
2009 | Episode 05
Rick and Brent get started on MuscleCar's newest build: Project Street Fighter, a 1971 Cuda 440 for UFC President Dana White. The car is blown apart, gets subframe connectors and a custom k-member. Rick shows how to make your own windshield trim removal tool.

Altered E-Go Suspension, Trans Am Cooler & Overkill Wiring
2009 | Episode 04
The Tribute Trans Am gets a transmission cooler, and has its nose assembled. Altered E-Go's rear leaf springs are installed. Rick shows how to refurbish painted window trim on a budget. Project Overkill returns for a look at its wiring and Air Ride setup. Flashback kicks up some dust in a 1970 Plymouth Duster.

Trans Am Lines and Hoses & Overkill Plumbing
2009 | Episode 03
Rick and Brent install the A/C and heater lines on the Tribute Trans Am, and demonstrate how to make your own steel radiator hoses. Project Overkill, the '70 Challenger, returns for a front to back look at its plumbing. Flashback features a 1969 AMX.

Trans Am Convertible Top & Altered E-Go Custom Fab Tunnel
2009 | Episode 02
Altered E-Go gets a custom-fabbed transmission tunnel, and the MuscleCar team brings in an expert to help install the convertible top on the Year One Tribute Trans Am. Flashback takes us for a ride in a 1967 Plymouth GTX.

3 for 1 - Tribute Trans Am, Project Red Sled and Altered E-Go
2009 | Episode 01
It's three-for-one in this episode of MuscleCar: Rick sprays the undercoating on the Tribute Trans Am, Brent fabs some complicated panels for Project Red Sled, and Altered E-Go gets a new firewall, toe boards, and removable transmission mount. In Flashback, check out some classic Mopar muscle with a '71 Cuda 383.

NOPO to COPO
Season 8, Episode 05  —  Original Airdate 2/9/2013

With the starting point of an iconic Chevrolet Engine, Tommy and Mank set about creating a tribute to one of the world's most desired cars: a 1969 ZL1 COPO Camaro. But before they can build a car-they have to find one! This is the start of an iconic build.


NOPO to COPO Engine Swap/Shifter Install
Season 8, Episode 06  —  Original Airdate 2/16/2013

An all-aluminum ZL1 Big Block gets plugged into the '69 COPO Camaro tribute, and the floor is modified to receive a conversion from automatic to 4-speed. Also, find out why trim pieces tend to pit so badly over time, and how to revive a barn find car without catching it on fire!


COPO Camaro Suspension
Season 8, Episode 07  —  Original Airdate 2/23/2013

Work continues on the MuscleCar COPO Camaro tribute project as the guys get to work building a suspension system that looks and works like an original high performance 1969 Camaro's would have. Tommy teaches you how to chop down a barn find Impala 12-bolt rear end to fit under a Camaro and Mank works on revitalizing the stock front end components.


COPO Camaro Gains its Feet
Season 8, Episode 08  —  Original Airdate 3/2/2013

The car has to be converted from automatic to manual floor pedals, and the firewall gets some factory style mods that change the car over to big-block style. Then, everything you ever wanted to know about brake lines and fuel lines.


COPO Camaro Paint and Body
Season 8, Episode 09  —  Original Airdate 5/11/2013

The guys try out a self-contained paint system on the 1969 COPO Camaro Tribute Project. Starting with body work, all the way through to buffing out the end result, learn how to take your finish from beginning to end.


COPO Camaro 4-Speed Build
Season 8, Episode 10  —  Original Airdate 5/18/2013

Learn how you can take the concept of a classic Muncie 4-Speed and improve on it in every way, shape, and form. Then it's safe glass removal, floor panel prep, and a great way to keep raw metal panels from rusting.


COPO Camaro Component Resto
Season 8, Episode 11  —  Original Airdate 5/25/2013

The MuscleCar guys work on rescuing several stock pieces of their 1969 COPO Camaro Tribute Project. A pair of bucket seats with broken frames need some help, a steering column rebuild can save serious bucks, and a garage-fix for a broken plastic grill! Flashback takes a look at our COPO's cousin, another famous '69 Camaro the Z28 RS!


COPO Interior and Exhaust
Season 8, Episode 12  —  Original Airdate 6/1/2013

MuscleCar gets to plug in the stock-style interior for their 1969 COPO Camaro tribute project. Then Tommy shows how to address one of the more often neglected parts of a restoration: the inside of the trunk. Then it's exhaust from headers to tailpipes as the guys help the Camaro exhale.


COPO to Go!
Season 8, Episode 15  —  Original Airdate 9/14/2013

The MuscleCar guys tie a bow on the COPO Camaro Tribute project by showing how to properly prepare the crate engine for firing, including making your own oil priming tool. Then after a quick lesson in Carb tuning and timing, the COPO Camaro gets to have its day in the sun as the guys see what she can do.



Big Bad Dodge!
Season 7, Episode 06  —  Original Airdate 3/31/2012

Rick and Tom set their sights on a brand-new project, and they have some pretty hefty plans for an old Mopar. Some might consider it a less desirable model, but the guys just might change your mind when you see what they have in store.


Pro Street Dodge Suspension
Season 7, Episode 07  —  Original Airdate 4/21/2012

Rick and Tom get a hankerin' for some suspension work. They unbolt, chop, cut, measure, and install a whole new front and rear suspension set-up for the Dodge Dart, including some Pro help with a back-half kit from one of the leaders in the field. Tommy also hand-fabs a steel Spoiler for the Oldsmobile.


Pro Street Dodge Cage
Season 7, Episode 08  —  Original Airdate 5/12/2012

Tommy and Rick cut up and burn in a drag-style cage kit for the '74 Pro Street Dodge Dart. Then they work up some new sheet metal tubs and flooring to replace what was annihilated when the back-half kit went in.


Blown Hemi Shoehorn
Season 7, Episode 11  —  Original Airdate 7/7/2012

The Pro Street Dodge Dart gets a Frankenmotor wedged into it's engine bay - complete with a sky-high blower sticking way up out of the hood! Hollywood movie and tv car builder Steve Mank joins the crew and lends a helping hand.


Dodge Sheet Metal
Season 7, Episode 12  —  Original Airdate 8/4/2012

After cutting most of the floor out of the Pro Street Dodge Dart, the guys are ready to start putting metal back into it. Custom-mounting a set of bumpers and building a one-off exhaust will get the Dodge one step closer to prowling the streets.


Dodge Dart Fuel and Fire
Season 7, Episode 14  —  Original Airdate 9/22/2012

The Pro Street Dodge Dart gets a fuel system to feed it's blown Hemi, and the guys talk about safety & fire systems.


By-Request Builds
Season 7, Episode 15  —  Original Airdate 10/6/2012

Dive into your old carburetor, reinforce your suspension, re-cover your interior, and fix your dents! Steve, Tommy, and Rick take a crack at answering your e-mails and show you how to fix those "personality quirks" on your ride that rub you the wrong way.


Pro Street Dodge Floor Prep & Wiring
Season 7, Episode 16  —  Original Airdate 10/13/2012

The 1974 Dodge Dart, gets some floor preparations done along with wiring. Jamey Jordan stops by to perform some aluminum wizardry, and the guys take a trip to the world's largest Shelby & Ford show.


Pro Street Dodge Paint and Graphics
Season 7, Episode 18  —  Original Airdate 12/1/2012

The 700 Horsepower Blown Pro Street Dodge, goes from Black to Plastic to Primer to Painted. Learn how to use your computer to make graphics for your ride, and visit a huge Mustang and Shelby show.


Pro Street Dodge Odds and Ends
Season 7, Episode 19  —  Original Airdate 12/15/2012

The '74 Pro Street Dodge Dart, gets buttoned down as many final details are seen to. Fluids, interior, glass, and a pile of other odds and ends all get the once over as the Dodge is almost ready to go.


It's Business Time!
Season 8, Episode 01  —  Original Airdate 1/5/2013

The Pro Street Dodge Dart, Project Business Time, is ready to drive. The guys show how to lock down your drag tires with a set of rim screws, then it's taking the Dodge for a Slow cruise to check for any problems. Flashback takes a look at another Dart with a tendency towards "swinging", and then Business Time finally hits the track.



Fox Body Pony - Part 1
Season 6, Episode 15  —  Original Airdate 9/10/2011

This week on MuscleCar, Tommy heads to the hills to save a wounded Pony. Buick fights back with a turbo that ain't just whistling Dixie! And is that gold in them thar hills? Nah, just paint, and Rick's gonna show you how to spray it.


Dark Horse/ Candy Paint Crash Course
Season 6, Episode 16  —  Original Airdate 10/22/2011

Project Dark Horse gets a stroker motor and suspension upgrades, Tommy rebuilds a Posi-Track, and Rick gives a crash course on paint gun setup and spraying candies.


Dark Horse Top End and Exhaust
Season 6, Episode 17  —  Original Airdate 11/5/2011

Rick and Tommy give Dark Horse's engine a top end and accessories and build a streetable exhaust system. Rick also demonstrates the difference between cast and forged aluminum wheels.


Dark Horse Interior Tear-Away
Season 6, Episode 18  —  Original Airdate 11/19/2011

Rick and Tommy tear out Dark Horse's interior to lighten it's load, set it up with new wheels and tires, and weld in a roll cage. Altered E-Go gets prepped for track day by an old friend, and Rick does spot repair on a Camaro hood.


Dark Horse Paint & Body
Season 6, Episode 19  —  Original Airdate 12/17/2011

The Fox Body Mustang gets bodywork and paint, Rick and Tommy have fiberglass to fix, emblems to shave, and trim to strip down. Also, Flashback features a rare AMC.


Dark Horse Stage 1 Complete!
Season 7, Episode 01  —  Original Airdate 1/14/2012

The finishing touches are put on the Fox Body Mustang, Dark Horse, and then it heads to the track, where the guys run into some issues.



Project Limelight Debut
Season 6, Episode 04  —  Original Airdate 2/26/2011

MuscleCar takes on an all-new project: restoring a 1970 Camaro RS and transforming it into a stock-style RS/SS L78 396 called Project Limelight! The Tribute Trans Am is back to show off its winning combination of classic style and modern muscle. In Flashback, take a ride in a top-condition 1970 Camaro RS/Z28.


1970 Camaro Rust Repair and Engine Teardown
Season 6, Episode 05  —  Original Airdate 3/19/2011

Rick and Tommy show how to repair old sheetmetal damage and rust spots. Take a trip to the sandblast shop to find out what Project Limelight looks like in her birthday suit. Tommy cracks open the donor 396 engine and makes some unfortunate discoveries.


Project Limelight Suspension, Brakes and Rear End
Season 6, Episode 07  —  Original Airdate 4/30/2011

Project Limelight gets ungraded stock suspension and a 12-bolt rear end.


Project Limelight Engine and Transmission
Season 6, Episode 08  —  Original Airdate 5/7/2011

Learn how a block is sleeved when the 396 engine for our 1970 Camaro RS/SS goes to the machine shop. Tommy shows some of the finer points of assembling an engine including file-fitting rings and measuring rod clearance. Rick explains how to convert an auto car to a 4-speed.


Project Limelight Paint, Stripes and Wheels Refurb
Season 6, Episode 09  —  Original Airdate 5/14/2011

The 1970 Camaro RS/SS gets an era-appropriate coat of lime green, living up to the name Project Limelight! Learn how to refurbish an original set of painted steel wheels, including the trim rings. Find out how stripes are added over clear-coat.


Project Limelight Engine Accesories & Fiberglass Hood Paint
Season 6, Episode 10  —  Original Airdate 5/28/2011

Learn how to install wiring and interior parts, including a bow-style headliner, as work continues on the 1970 Camaro. Rick shows how to re-foam and install seat covers on original seat frames.


Project Limelight Engine Accessories & Hood Paint
Season 6, Episode 11  —  Original Airdate 6/4/2011

Project Limelight's engine is decked out with the final details under the hood. Rick shows how to paint and install an aftermarket fiberglass hood on any car.


Project Limelight Payoff
Season 6, Episode 12  —  Original Airdate 6/11/2011

The 1970 Camaro RS/SS gets some finishing touches, then the guys pull an all-nighter getting the motor to start and run.


Project Limelight Goes for a Drive/GoodGuy's
Season 6, Episode 14  —  Original Airdate 8/13/2011

On this episode of MuscleCar, Rick and Tommy take Limelight out for a spin and visit one of the biggest classic car shows in the country. Rick shows some of the biggest mistakes painters make on their own rides.



Sucker Punch Finale & 461 Oldsmobile Motor Build
Season 16, Episode 07  —  Original Airdate 8/11/2012

This time the finale of Project Sucker Punch, HorsePower's Buick Century station wagon being built as the ultimate sleeper machine. A 461 turbocharged Pontiac engine goes in along with race-ready transmission and the works, before a payoff on the street.


Is THIS your Father's Oldsmobile?
Season 7, Episode 02  —  Original Airdate 1/29/2011

Tommy and Rick start a new project, hoping to build it with inspiration from the classic Hurst Edition Oldsmobiles. Also, Year One's Braselton Bash, and the guys do a little paint-mixing wizardry.


Pro Street Dodge Suspension
Season 7, Episode 07  —  Original Airdate 4/21/2012

Rick and Tom get a hankerin' for some suspension work. They unbolt, chop, cut, measure, and install a whole new front and rear suspension set-up for the Dodge Dart, including some Pro help with a back-half kit from one of the leaders in the field. Tommy also hand-fabs a steel Spoiler for the Oldsmobile.


Oldsmobile Rear Bumper Fab and Floor Pans
Season 7, Episode 09  —  Original Airdate 6/16/2012

Tommy shows step-by-step how to do custom metal mods on the Hurst Tribute Oldsmobile's rear bumper, and the guys do engine and tranny mock-up, where they find that some floor modifications have to be made.


Oldsmobile Restomod Returns
Season 8, Episode 02  —  Original Airdate 1/12/2013

Tommy and Mank set to work on the Olds Cutlass Hurst Tribute Restomod by making room for an oversized set of custom wheels and tires. Flashback takes a look at a rare Mopar that was built to take the strip by storm, and Mank shows a $20 fix that can be a serious upgrade for your brakes.


Hurst Olds: Panel Gap Perfection
Season 1, Episode 18  —  Original Airdate 8/3/2014

Long term Hurst Olds project returns for sheet metal tech: how-to create perfect hood, fender and door gaps.


Hurst Olds: Aluminum Air Box
Season 1, Episode 19  —  Original Airdate 8/10/2014

How to fabricate a custom functional aluminum forced-air intake system to feed our LSX 454.


Olds Tank Mods & Glass Etching
Season 8, Episode 03  —  Original Airdate 1/19/2013

The Oldsmobile Restomod Project's fuel tank requires some modification for a serious fuel pump, and the guys show you how to do it. Tommy does some rust repair on a door that is in need of rescue, then Mank and Tommy do some glass etching, with 3 different ways to personalize the glass on your ride.


Custom Firewall and Muscle Car Museum
Season 8, Episode 04  —  Original Airdate 1/26/2013

The guys work on getting a completely custom firewall installed on the 1969 Oldsmobile Hurst Tribute Restomod, with help from car builder Brad Starks. Also, Tommy and Mank take a trip to the Great Smoky Mountains to visit one of the nation's Premiere Muscle Car Museums, where they make some rare finds.



Project Blue Collar Buick Debut
Season 5, Episode 04  —  Original Airdate 2/27/2010

MuscleCar unveils the plans for Project Blue Collar Buick, a '73 Century with a restoration budget of under $10K. The guys go on an engine-hunt, bring back a Buick 455, and tear it down before sending it to the machine shop.


Blue Collar Buick Roof and Rust
Season 5, Episode 05  —  Original Airdate 3/6/2010

Rick and Tommy show how to replace the entire roof on the '73 Buick. Rick demonstrates rust repair on the window channel, and "Project Dead Goat" terrorizes the neighborhood.


Blue Collar Buick Bumpers and Door Handles
Season 5, Episode 10  —  Original Airdate 5/29/2010

Project Blue Collar Buick loses some serious weight from the front and rear bumpers. Rick shows how to graft in different door handles. Flashback features a 1965 Dodge Coronet S/S.


Blue Collar Buick Tail Lights
Season 5, Episode 11  —  Original Airdate 6/12/2010

Rick replaces the tail panel on Project Blue Collar Buick, and designs some one-off budget tail lights using some unusual materials. Tommy shows how to save your car's old glass by polishing out scratches and haze. Flashback showcases a 1968 El Camino SS.


Blue Collar Front Suspension
Season 5, Episode 12  —  Original Airdate 7/10/2010

MuscleCar continues the budget-minded Blue Collar Buick build with front-end maintenance and inexpensive upgrades. Learn how to bring a points distributor back to life, or install a kit to convert one to electronic ignition. Flashback hits the road in a 1971 Dodge Super Bee.


Blue Collar Engine Compartment Makeover
Season 5, Episode 15  —  Original Airdate 8/7/2010

Project Blue Collar Buick gets an amazing under-hood transformation that's cheap and easy to achieve. The big-block 455 Buick engine roars to life for the first time, and Flashback features a 1969 Camaro Z-28 Rally Sport.


Blue Collar Air Cleaner and Gas Tank
Season 5, Episode 17  —  Original Airdate 8/28/2010

Rick and Tommy design and build a trick custom air cleaner for Blue Collar Buick, and Rick shows his flair with the air brush to finish it out. Tommy shows how to clean and seal an old gas tank. Flashback showcases a '70 1/2 King Cobra Super Spoiler prototype.


Blue Collar Buick Paint
Season 5, Episode 18  —  Original Airdate 10/9/2010

The '73 Buick Century turns over a new leaf with a screaming orange and sinister charcoal paint scheme. Along the way, Rick and Tommy drop plenty of valuable tips on blocking for paint and two-tone layout. In Flashback, take a ride in a 1970 Challenger TA.


Blue Collar Buick Interior and Payoff
Season 5, Episode 22  —  Original Airdate 11/27/2010

Learn how to refresh an interior on a budget with tips on dash pad and seat repair, dyeing vinyl, fabricating panels, and refurbing original parts. Project Blue Collar Buick hits the road for the first time. Flashback features a 1970 Buick GS.


Blue Collar Buick Upgrades Part 1
Season 6, Episode 02  —  Original Airdate 1/22/2011

We're notching up the performance on Project Blue Collar Buick, and a new cam, heads, intake and carb are just the beginning! Learn how to measure for custom pushrods, and how to correctly install a torque converter. Flashback features a rare 1966 Olds 442 W30.


Blue Collar Buick Upgrades Part 2
Season 6, Episode 03  —  Original Airdate 2/12/2011

The Buick gets a new rear end that will stand up to increased horsepower. Rick shows how to install a disc brake conversion, then Blue Collar makes a dyno run to see if the performance upgrades brought us up to our goal. Tommy installs a hood tach, then takes the Buick on a road trip to the GS Nationals and hits the drag strip.



Superbird, EPA Turn Coat
Season 2, Episode 11  —  Original Airdate 3/18/2007

Watch automotive history unfold as Lou discovers a lost Plymouth Superbird built by the legendary NASCAR builder Ray Nichels! Designed for the Environmental Protection Agency, this Superbird chased commercial jets down the tarmac for emissions testing and was responsible for proving that leaded gas was harmful to the environment.


Pontiac LeMans-Refurbishing the Frame
Season 2, Episode 12  —  Original Airdate 6/10/2007

It's back on the Pontiac LeMans restoration and rusty, bent frame is no problem for Lou. He'll show you how to turn a pressure sprayer into a sandblaster making it easy to remove years of weathering and a basic way to straighten your frame.


Pontiac LeMans-Stroker Build-Up
Season 2, Episode 13  —  Original Airdate 6/17/2007

The LeMans frame is finished up and it's time to take a tired stock motor and turn it into a powerful stroker...all on this week's MuscleCar.


Pontiac LeMans Complete Body Work
Season 2, Episode 16  —  Original Airdate 7/8/2007

Lou and company virtually start over on the '67 LeMans body. We strip it to it bones and get ready for the rising, in fact they almost building a body from scratch.


Project '67 LeMans Body Fabrication & Repair
Season 2, Episode 17  —  Original Airdate 7/15/2007

Lou challenges himself with some very difficult body fabrication and repair on what little we salvaged from our '67 Le Mans body.


Manual Transmission Re-build
Season 2, Episode 23  —  Original Airdate 10/20/2007

A profile on a bolt on sub-frame connector, re-building a manual transmission and do it yourself under coating.


Project LeMans Goes Gold
Season 3, Episode 01  —  Original Airdate 1/5/2008

Project LeMans stays on budget by saving some old parts, Rick "The Arsonist" Bacon joins the MuscleCar team. Rick and Brent prep and paint the LeMans, Lou installs the brake and fuel plumbing, exhaust, and under/overdrive unit. Flashback showcases a 1977 Pontiac CanAm.


Project LeMans Interior
Season 3, Episode 04  —  Original Airdate 1/26/2008

Project LeMans gets an interior makeover. Lou tackles the wiring while Rick refurbs the steering wheel and column. Brent shows how powder-coating is done. Flashback takes us for a ride in a 1969 Mach 1 Mustang.


Project Red Sled Debut
Season 3, Episode 08  —  Original Airdate 2/23/2008

Rick and Mike Galley roll in MuscleCar's next challenge, a '61 Impala that will become Project Red Sled. Find out how to blow a car apart the right way. The LeMans gets its finishing touches, and a classic car appraiser tells us how much it's worth.



That Perfect Finish
Season 1, Episode 14  —  Original Airdate 6/24/2006

Jared shows how to get the Crate Camaro's paint just right with tools and techniques that you can use on your own muscle car. Lou demonstrates what to look for when you're buying a project car and we profile one of the most outrageous muscle cars ever built - the Plymouth Superbird.


Project Blue Hair Engine Swap
Season 1, Episode 19  —  Original Airdate 7/29/2006

Our all-original, low-mileage '70 Nova gets a 440hp GM crate engine - but the swap is not as simple as it sounds. And we'll see some Buick muscle... from the Buick Horsepower Nationals in Indianapolis.


Project Blue Hair Part 2
Season 1, Episode 20  —  Original Airdate 8/5/2006

Our 33,000-mile original '70 Nova continues on the path to greatness! Lou finishes the motor and tranny installation and puts air suspension in the front - all without changing the stock look. And our "Flashback" segment profiles a rare Mopar - the 69 Road Runner 440 Six-Pack.


Project Old Blue Hair 'Sleeper' Wakes Up
Season 2, Episode 01  —  Original Airdate 1/7/2007

Project "Blue Hair" gets an LS364 crate motor, new gas tank and fuel system. Once completed, Lou installs frame connectors to stiffen up the body and wires up the ignition system. Flashback segment covers the 1967 Chevy Camaro Indy 500 official pace car!


Old Blue Hair Gets in Gear Wth a Beefed Up Rear End
Season 2, Episode 02  —  Original Airdate 1/14/2007

Project "Blue Hair" is outfitted with a high performance rear end including carbon steel axles, 4:10 gearing and a posi-trac unit . Lou teaches you how to build your own super stock springs at home and the LS364 gets a cooling system with a custom serpentine setup. And in our Musclecar Flashback segment we look back at the Mercury Cyclone!


Final Day for Old Blue Hair
Season 2, Episode 03  —  Original Airdate 1/21/2007

Project "Blue Hair" is set up to receive a new flywheel and clutch. Lou fabricates a transmission tunnel to accept the Rockland T-6 trans and a little interior modification helps with the "sleeper" look. A new set of wheels put's "Blue Hair" back on her feet! Musclecar's flashback segment looks at AMC's SC/Scrambler!



That Perfect Finish
Season 1, Episode 14  —  Original Airdate 6/24/2006

Jared shows how to get the Crate Camaro's paint just right with tools and techniques that you can use on your own muscle car. Lou demonstrates what to look for when you're buying a project car and we profile one of the most outrageous muscle cars ever built - the Plymouth Superbird.


Project Blue Hair Engine Swap
Season 1, Episode 19  —  Original Airdate 7/29/2006

Our all-original, low-mileage '70 Nova gets a 440hp GM crate engine - but the swap is not as simple as it sounds. And we'll see some Buick muscle... from the Buick Horsepower Nationals in Indianapolis.


Project Blue Hair Part 2
Season 1, Episode 20  —  Original Airdate 8/5/2006

Our 33,000-mile original '70 Nova continues on the path to greatness! Lou finishes the motor and tranny installation and puts air suspension in the front - all without changing the stock look. And our "Flashback" segment profiles a rare Mopar - the 69 Road Runner 440 Six-Pack.


Project Old Blue Hair 'Sleeper' Wakes Up
Season 2, Episode 01  —  Original Airdate 1/7/2007

Project "Blue Hair" gets an LS364 crate motor, new gas tank and fuel system. Once completed, Lou installs frame connectors to stiffen up the body and wires up the ignition system. Flashback segment covers the 1967 Chevy Camaro Indy 500 official pace car!


Old Blue Hair Gets in Gear Wth a Beefed Up Rear End
Season 2, Episode 02  —  Original Airdate 1/14/2007

Project "Blue Hair" is outfitted with a high performance rear end including carbon steel axles, 4:10 gearing and a posi-trac unit . Lou teaches you how to build your own super stock springs at home and the LS364 gets a cooling system with a custom serpentine setup. And in our Musclecar Flashback segment we look back at the Mercury Cyclone!


Final Day for Old Blue Hair
Season 2, Episode 03  —  Original Airdate 1/21/2007

Project "Blue Hair" is set up to receive a new flywheel and clutch. Lou fabricates a transmission tunnel to accept the Rockland T-6 trans and a little interior modification helps with the "sleeper" look. A new set of wheels put's "Blue Hair" back on her feet! Musclecar's flashback segment looks at AMC's SC/Scrambler!


Raunchy Rat Pay Off & Old Blue Hair Motor Upgrades!
Season 11, Episode 11  —  Original Airdate 6/3/2007

The HorsePower Raunchy Rat project climaxes with Joe and Mike putting the finishing touches. Then MuscleCar's Project Blue Hair makes an appearance to get a makeover of its LS2 engine. And as the days get longer, Joe lets you in on some warm weather events across the country including Summer Nights in Kentucky and a host of Good Guys events all over the country!