Following the goings on inside a Dallas hot rod shop created by a quartet of car professionals who have been fired from Richard Rawlings and Aaron Kaufmann's Gas Monkey Garage.
With a 48-hour deadline looming, the crew rushes to complete Sue's 1956 Ford truck - only to find their tools have been stolen.
The mechanics rescue a rusty 1961 Ford Econoline pickup. Tom hunts down celebrated Mexican wrestler Blue Demon Jr to help with some hidden treasure.
The team tries to sell the Econoline to Hollywood star Danny Trejo, and Tom takes on a legendary Latino wrestler.
Thomas and Tom meet Nascar racer Bill Elliot, and bring home a 1940 Ford Tudor, which they plan to transform into a vintage `moonshine runner'.
The mechanics race to finish the '40 Ford Moonshine Runner in time for a buyer - but when the car stalls, they take desperate measures to save the garage.
Thomas and Tom acquire a rare first-generation 1959 Chevy El Camino, but excitement turns to despair when the car's condition gives John Klump second thoughts.
Thomas surprises Klump with an offer, and goes on a spending spree, buying two new cars. Meanwhile, problems arise on the El Camino build.
The guys buy back a 1952 Willys Jeep to build an off-road machine! With no buyer, they showcase it at off-road event Rednecks With Paychecks.
Klump returns with the Willys Jeep, but it has been painted the wrong colour. Meanwhile, Thomas and Tom make a deal on a vintage 1964 GTI.
Thomas finds a rare original 1932 Ford Tudor to build into the shop's finest car ye, and he plans to expand the business by sponsoring a red-hot bull rider.
Thomas makes a side bet, while the Fired Up crew races to complete work on a car in time to sell it at auction.
The guys take to the sky in a daring attempt to track down a timeless classic - a rare '55 Chevy Belair. Plus, a '71 Buick Riviera arrives at Fired Up.
The mechanics put in extra effort to complete work on a dream hot rod - a Tri Five Chevy Blair - which has even caught the interest of Nascar driver Elliot Sadler.
Prospects improve for the Fired Up crew when the garage tracks down a rare 1965 Ford Sunliner. Later, Thomas gambles on a Ferrari 400i with a V12 engine.
The 1960 Sunliner returns from the paint shop, but Thomas doubts whether the chosen colour will improve the prospect of a sale. Meanwhile, Tom comes up with a record-breaking plan.
The mechanics set to work transforming a 1967 Fairline GTA into a pro street machine, and Thomas works on a 1973 AMC Gremlin for a donut-themed world record attempt.
Tom aims to break a world record while the others work on the Fairline build, and Fired Up is placed in jeopardy when Richard Rawlings tries to buy the garage. Last in the series.