The world is littered with the remains of forgotten muscle cars. At Graveyard Carz, some will get a second chance in the hands of Mark Worman and the Ghouls.
In the season 7 debut, it's all about the 'Cudas. The ghouls get cracking on the infamous '71 Phantom Cuda and Mark gets three new Barracudas delivered.
It's moving day in the body shop, when Mark decides that Will and crew need some one on one attention. Allysa gets trained on the wildly entertaining Stringo.
Mark announces a top-secret project to the ghouls and Allysa surprises her dad, when she manages to get him his old car for Father’s Day
The 1 of a kind 1969 Hemi Roadrunner Convertible, is back on the lift. With the owner soon to arrive, the ghouls have to ramp up and get it finished.
Tony and Cindy D'Agostino visit the Ghouls. Mark and Tony geek out over the 1970 Superbee 383 Magnum and the 1971 Plymouth Roadrunner.
Mark and Allysa decode the broadcast sheet for a 1970 Challenger. Will breaks a part on the 'Cuda and Mark painstakingly examines his paint job.
It's time for some resto-lovin' on Buck's '71 Challenger R/T. Allysa helps Dave install the brake lines, work on the overhead console and install the gas tank.
Mark and the Ghouls compare a 1969 Daytona with a 2016 Hellcat. They take them for a drive to the weigh station and for a side by side on the dyno.
Allysa rounds up the team and Mark unveils the surprise crate engine for the Operation Firepower 'Cuda. Then, he reveals the reason this project is top-secret.
The engine is removed and the 'Cuda is slated for paint. But before Will can prepare, he receives a package with something magical inside.
It's nearing the end of Operation Firepower. The ghouls are working hard to complete the project and tries to fire up the 'Cuda for the first time.
At SEMA, the Ghouls make their rounds in the Disneyland of cars. The team goes drifting and Mark takes to the stage to reveal Operation Firepower to the world.
The legendary 1971 440 six-barrel, Phantom 'Cuda is revealed to its owner. Don't miss the final send-off for the 'Cuda that started Graveyard Carz.