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Garage Squad

Garage Squad

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  • Premiered: 
    August 1, 2014
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  • Network: Velocity
  • Category: Series
  • Genre: Reality
  • Type: Live Action
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  • Tags: automobile

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Plot Synopsis

GARAGE SQUAD is a reality series that follows host Bruno Massel and his co-host -- Lauren Bohlander in Season 1 and Heather Storm in Seasons 2-43 -- along with lead mechanic Joe Zolper, and a team of automotive experts, who take over a car owner's garage and help people whose automotive projects have come to a dead end. These well-meaning owners have run out of the necessary time, money or mechanical know-how to jump start their cars back to life, and the GARAGE SQUAD team saves these amazing cars -- as well as family relationships, which have been stressed by an old clunker taking up space in the garage. In each 60-minute episode, the crew takes on a different challenge including: two iconic 1960s Fords -- Chris' 1963 Galaxie and his son's 1966 Mustang -- that have sat in the garage of the Flood Family for decades; Ron's 1967 Plymouth Barracuda, which has sat in his barn, up on blocks, for two years, as he recovers from heart surgery; Jason's Datsun 240Z, one of the very first off the Japanese assembly line destined for America, which Jason wants to transform into a replica 432; Brian's 1968 Chevelle Malibu, which lies in pieces in his garage, torn down to the chassis, after being used for parts; John's 1966 Ford pickup, which has a huge exhaust problem and a suspension held together with bailing wire; Mike's 1977 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am, which needs a complete interior rebuild, new brakes and ignition, and a ton of engine work; Danielle's 1968 Chevy Camaro 327 convertible, which needs its whole motor to come out, an overhaul of the wiring system, and serious work on the suspension, exhaust, and radiator; Donna's 1956 Cadillac Coupe De Ville, which has been stashed away in a barn, because she and her husband are having trouble finding the parts and the time; Brian's classic Triumph, which has troubling mechanical issues that emerged when he found a free moment to fire it up; and many more people who don't have the time, money or expertise to fix up their classic cars. On Tuesday, August 11, 2015 at 10pm ET/PT, Velocity premiered the second season of GARAGE SQUAD, with Bruno and Joe returning for Season 2 with new co-host Heather Storm. Just like the first season, the squad, after working alongside the owners to ensure the perfect vehicular vision, returns completed cars to their owners for an emotional reunion of man and machine. Featured cars in Season 2 include: '72 Olds 442 (Premieres on August 11); '52 Chevy Pickup (August 18); '72 Camaro (August 25); '72 Jeep (September 1); '63 Impala (September 8); '63 Galaxie (September 15); '71 VW Bug (September 22); '72 Challenger (September 29); '69 Corvette (October 6); '74 Chevy Truck (October 13); '85 Monte Carlo (October 20); and '34 Ford Coupe (Season Finale Premieres October 27). Season 3 of GARAGE SQUAD premiered on Wednesday, August 24, 2016 from 10-11pm ET/PT, as Velocity debuted back-to-back new episodes. In the season opener (10pm), "'87 Buick Grand National," the squad visits Chicago where a legendary 1987 Buick Grand National awaits their magic touch. Edwin, the Grand National's owner, desperately wants to return the car to being a prime example of American Muscle. The GARAGE SQUAD doesn't disappoint working tirelessly to overhaul the car's breaks, turbo and interior, and get this 80s icon back to cruising down the road. Then, in the night's second new episode (10:30pm), "'68 El Camino," the squad takes on 1960s cool when a 1968 El Camino needs some serious squad love that includes new brakes, a vital engine refresh and exhaust work. In the rest of the season, Bruno, Heather and Joe lead the crew through a a variety of new challenges as they bring expertise and skills to iconic rebuilds including a 1969 Dodge Superbee, a 1963 Porsche 356, a 1992 GMC Typhoo, a 1956 Ford Gasser, a 1963 Chevy Corvette Split-Window Coupe and more. Season 4 of GARAGE SQUAD premiered on Wednesday, August 30, 2017 at 10pm ET/PT on Velocity. This season, the full squad is back, featuring National Hot Rod Association (NHRA) driver Bruno Massel, lead builder Joe Zolper and co-host Heather Storm as they bring their expertise and necessary tools to work around the clock to transform their client's rides. Expanding to hour-long episodes, this season the GARAGE SQUAD crew work on almost a dozen cars including a 1968 Pontiac GTO, a 1966 Ford Fairlane and a 1950 Ford F3 to name a few. In the season opener, "A Tri-Five Comes Alive," he GARAGE SQUAD helps Terry and his brother breathe new life into a 1955 Chevy 210. Sitting in the garage for 17 years, the Chevy carries a deep sentimental value as Terry's dad gifted the car to him when he was in high school. With misfit parts the GARAGE SQUAD takes on the challenge of getting Terry's 4-wheeled family member back in action.
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On Wednesday, November 1, 2017 at 10pm ET/PT, Velocity premiered the Season 4 finale of GARAGE SQUAD. In the season ender, "Funny Business," a 1967 Nova nostalgia funny car has been lost in mechanical limbo for over 4 years. As a memorial to the owner's late father, the Garage Squad tries to help him achieve his dream of taking it down the track.

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