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All Girls Garage

A 2003 BMW 325i needs a new timing chain and has a parasitic electrical draw; each of these issues requires special tools to fix, but they're nothing the team can't handle.

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Season 8
A 1971 Oldsmobile Cutlass has a few issues with leaks and power loss. The crew tracks down the problems, and then converts the transmission from automatic to manual.
The owner of a 2018 Kia Stinger GT wants some aftermarket goodies installed; the crew makes this beast into a monster with upgraded exhaust and a couple of other surprises.
The girls do a top-end rebuild, install an EFI, and put the factory side exhaust back on a 1969 Corvette.
A mum seeking excitement in her life wants a muscle car. The gang helps her find a used 2016 Ford Mustang GT and installs a few upgrades for maximum horsepower.
Jeep re-released the Gladiator for 2020 and there's one in the shop. The owner wants to personalise it, so the gang brings in a 1976 J10 for comparison.
A 1966 Nova Super Sport is in the shop to get some minor repairs so the owner can quickly flip it. The team need to get it mechanically sound and back out on the road.
The crew gets one of the first Honda Civic Type R's into the shop; the car is already a powerhouse, but it's not good enough for the track.
One of the lifters in a 1971 Chevy Camaro has stopped working; the team will have to remove the engine in order to upgrade the camshaft, lifters, bearings, and timing chain.
A 1971 Pontiac LeMans is brought into the shop with an overheating issue; the crew will upgrade the car's radiator and add electric fans, then work replacing some worn interior.
A 1989 Toyota Supra has twin turbos and a potent straight 6 engine; the girls will switch out the twin turbos for a single and get more power out of the 1JZ motor.
A 1966 Ford Mustang Coupe had an extensive renovation in 2009, but there are a few items that still need to be finished.
A 2005 Jeep TJ Wrangler Rubicon is in the All Girls Garage because its owner wants to be able to use it off-road; it will need a new long arm suspension kit.
The girls tackle an incomplete, but drivable Pontiac GTO convertible by replacing the mechanics in the convertible top and putting on new exterior pieces.
Addressing what type of maintenance is needed on a company's work truck; the girls demonstrate general maintenance, fix some broken items and give it an upgrade or two.
After fabricating a custom power steering setup for a 1969 Jeepster Commando, the girls convert its vintage brakes from drum to disc.
Season 7
The girls bring an old '65 Chevy C10 nicknamed Old Red and put on some new parts; the big job is installing a new all-electronic 4L60 E Transmission.
The three-wheeled episode of 'All Girls Garage'; a Polaris Slingshot and a Vanderhall to play with; both vehicles have car engines but are registered as motorcycles.
The girls team up with Indy Car driver Ryan Hunter-Reay. They design and build a new F150 that will be auctioned off to benefit the Cancer Research Foundation.
The forgotten mustang is back and it is time to forget about the stock engine in the car. The All Girls Garage team pulls out this leaky 302 to put an upgraded 302 engine.