PJD continues its Carolina Carports bike build while OCC begins work for a new client. Senior sees a therapist on Mikey's terms, but his sons are not impressed. Junior unveils his bike to a crowd of 400,000 in North Carolina.
In 1955 Phil Hill achieved a first when he won both the Pebble Beach race and the best-of-show award in the same day. Wayne's in the inner circle when Phil's son, Derek Hill, brings his father's 1912 Packard to the Pebble Beach concourse.
Wayne and his buddy Ralph can't believe their good fortune when they win a sealed-bid auction for a one-of-one, all-original 1930 Minerva bodied by Hibbard & Darrin. The story of the man who owned it is as extraordinary as the car itself.
Wayne finds a late fifties Stanguellini Monoposto Formula Junior race car for sale. He jumps at the chance to buy it and bring it back to the shop to surprise Roger. Meanwhile, Wayne hopes to sell two cars to make room in the garage for a 1953 Bandini.
A perfect pair of early sixties Volkswagen Karmann Ghias has Wayne reaching for his check book and Roger giving the cars his 'special treatment' when he bets Wayne he can get one of the cars running in eight minutes or less.
The team at JDM Legends have been importing the rare Nissan Skyline since they opened their doors, and they never know what they are going to get. Eric also imports a super rare 1966 Bluebird race car for restoration.
Eric and Josh put the finishing touches on a one-year-only model 1968 Datsun 510. Mauricio tries to feed his car addiction with the potential purchase of a new old car and Eric gets a 1989 Nissan Pao dialed in for a customer with help from a new co-pilot.
Eric and Josh attempt to replace an original carbureted engine with a modern Nissan engine, triple the horsepower, but triple the headache. Then they head to sunny California for the biggest Japanese car show in the US.