In Season 1, the car restorers work on a 1967 Chevelle, a 1957 Chevy, a 1965 Mustang fastback, a 1967 Chevrolet Camaro, a 1971 Cuda, a 1969 Plymouth Satellite and a 1971 Pontiac GTO.
Part one of two. The mechanics work on a 1967 Chevelle before entering a demolition derby for publicity, where they run into old colleague Richard Rawlings.
Part two of two. Scot, Thomas, Jordan and Tom struggle to deal with Richard Rawlings, as well as the completion of their first major build on the 1967 Chevelle.
Part one of two. Thomas and Scot pick up a 1957 Chevy for their next build, while profit is made by flipping a car that Richard had previously turned his nose up at.
Part two of two. Scot has a buyer for the car and gives the crew a two-week deadline, but things come to a halt after Thomas builds a dodgy engine.
Without a project car, the team hastily buys a '65 Mustang fastback. Meanwhile, Thomas finds a '69 Barracuda that he allows Tom to fix.
The Mustang comes back from the paintshop and the guys get to work, but things take a turn for the worst when Soupbone gets white paint on the bonnet.
Thomas works on two classic cars, while the team picks up a 1965 Chevy Nova.
The Misfits hit a bump in the road when the axle they chopped and fabricated is not the right size. Scot's dad pays a visit to tune the '65 Nova motor.
Part one of two. Thomas and Scot take on their first truck project, but disaster strikes when the guys go to pick up the cab.
Jordan and Tom look for a replacement cab for a demolished '69 Chevy Pickup, and Thomas tries to flip a '59 Oldsmobile.
Thomas brings home a 1967 Chevrolet Camaro that needs a lot of work, and while the team launches into action, Scot and Austin wonder whether the project will turn in a profit.
In the wake of Scot and Austin quitting the garage, the Fired Up guys call on friends and family to help prepare and repair the '67 Camaro.
Tom and Thomas purchase a '31 Ford Model A frame, but since the car is basically just a shell, they need new doors and lots of parts.
The Fired Up team have two big projects and Scot and Austin arrive to see if they can offer any assistance.
The guys continue building the '71 Cuda, but run into several fitting issues, while the Fired Up Garage future also hangs by a thread.
The parts for the '31 Ford build finally arrive and the team can start on the project, but a wiring mistake from Kevin almost burns the car to the ground.
The guys turn a '69 Plymouth Satellite into a racer with a 750-hp big block 440 engine, and Thomas buys a '32 Ford Five-Window Body from Richard.
The Fired Up Garage team finishes the 1969 Plymouth Satellite, but flaring tempers cause tension between Tom and Thomas.
Part one of two. The mechanics buy a 1971 Pontiac GTO, but soon realise it is not worth rebuilding, so heavy machinery is brought in to deal with it.
Part two of two. The guys teach Thomas a lesson and crush the '71 GTO with a tank. Thomas buys a food truck, plus a '41 Ford to turn into a flaming hot rod.
Part one of two. Thomas and Tom find a bargain in the form of a 1957 Corvette, and help Sue buy a 1956 Ford truck for the garage to rebuild. Plus, Tom's food truck arrives and a new team member joins.
Part two of two. After weeks of delays, the team finishes the 1957 Corvette, making their biggest sale yet. Meanwhile, Richard has doubts about the Food Truck, and Soup Bone is in trouble.
Part one of two. The team sells the '57 Corvette for $80,000, and begins work on Sue Yu-Lan Martin's 1956 Ford truck, but when the guys go over budget, Tom must ask Sue for money.
Part two of two. Thomas and Tom pick up a rusted 1967 Chevelle, which they plan to sell to help fund Sue Yu-Lan Martin's '56 Ford truck.
Part one of two. A 48-hour deadline leaves the crew with little time to complete work on Sue's `56 Ford truck - and things become even more tense when their tools are stolen.
Part two of two. Jordan is out of the picture, and the Barrett-Jackson deadline is looking, so John Klump steps in to help the crew finish the 1964 Ford Galaxie.