A 440-powered Suzuki Samurai? Yup! David Freiburger and guest Steve Dulcich achieve a long-held Roadkill dream: building a car entirely out of the junkyard at Hidden Valley Auto Parts in Arizona.
David and Steve try to revive a 1975-ish Dodge pickup whose engine has been rotting outside since Ronald Reagan was president. When the adventure starts, they have no clue if the 360 small block can be saved.
David and Steve try to revive a 1967 Jeep J100 panel truck from Rick Pewe's backyard. The goal is to finish in time to drive the newly-named Flannel Wagon up to the land speed races at El Mirage Lake, before heading out off-road.
The '74 Chevy Muscle Truck is back, this time for a mini-makeover in preparation for the 2016 Hot Rod Power Tour. The goal will be improved highway cruising while preserving the stepside's massive burnout capability.
David and Steve attack a Jeep Scrambler that's been in the Freiburger fleet for about 20 years. They pull it out of hiding, spiff up some mechanical glitches, and head out for some hard-core rock-crawling adventures.
It's a Roadkill challenge like no other: David Freiburger and Mike Finnegan are joined by MotorTrend hosts for an all-out war on tires.