Earning a Ticket to Ride

Earning a Ticket to Ride

People always remember their firsts; first dog, first bike, first kiss, and of course, first car. For 16-year-old Caleb Hanegraff, his first car was built out of memories that will last a lifetime.  Most people who are offered a vehicle that has been sitting in a...
#TransformationTuesday: 1968 Chevrolet Chevelle

#TransformationTuesday: 1968 Chevrolet Chevelle

After the owner’s daughter told her dad to use her piggy bank money on this build, we knew we had to help. We let the little girl keep her money, but by the time this 1968 Chevrolet Chevelle finally came together, her spare change certainly could have come in...
#TransformationTuesday: 1949 Mercury

#TransformationTuesday: 1949 Mercury

A host of personal and family health problems forced the owner of this 1949 Mercury to leave this blue demon decaying in the garage for years.  Trouble materialized at every turn of the wrench for the Squad on this rescue. *WATCH THE EPISODE...
#TransformationTuesday: 1965 Chevrolet C10

#TransformationTuesday: 1965 Chevrolet C10

This ’65 Chevy C10 was the perfect father-son project until the father tragically lost his son.  The owner just couldn’t continue rebuilding the truck and it simply sat in his garage for years. The Garage Squad helped turn a garage of sadness into a place of renewed...
#TransformationTuesday: 1970 Dodge Challenger

#TransformationTuesday: 1970 Dodge Challenger

When confronted with a 1970 Dodge Challenger, the Squad didn’t back down. Getting this Vietnam veteran’s dream car back on the road was a tough mission, but it had to be done. It was finally time to give back to a man who had long put country and family in...
#TransformationTuesday: 1978 Dodge Li’l Red Express

#TransformationTuesday: 1978 Dodge Li’l Red Express

The owner of this Li’l Red Express bought the truck from his boss while slinging pies at a local pizza joint, only to sell it back years later due to financial troubles. A twist of fate would reunite truck and owner, but there wasn’t much “express” left in Li’l Red...