Watch Fast N' Loud
In the television show called Fast N' Loud, the two main characters are looking for a far flung corner in Texas. The two respective many characters are: Richard Rawlings and Aaron Kaufmann. This takes place at Gas Monkey Garage in Dallas, Texas. They get involved with the American customs as decide to do the road trip. The two characters end up working all day and not to complete their car collection. The goal of the men is sell the cars at an auction; however, only time will tell if they will be successful.
Starting in the 1950's, the United States was a haven for classic cars. These cars can often be found in fields, back lots, and garages. When you see an forgotten car, it is asking to be restored to its glorious condition. In particular, the pair are interested in Chevys and Trans Ams. Most people see pieces of rust with these cars, but the pair see a potential gold mine with the old cars. The pair will go around and look for abandoned cars in these locations, so they can flip the cars.
The pair will always have one big project to complete because they know that's where the money is that will keep their garage open for business. Richard has the knack for choosing the right cars to keep, but Aaran is the one who does the mechanical work in the car. The saying "time is money" is appropriate here because they have to get the car flipped and sold to get the next car into the garage. It's understandable that theirs can get crazy as they try to complete their job. In the end, you know they will make the cars fast and loud because that is the way they like their old cars to work.
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When Richard lands his biggest deal in Gas Monkey history, his crew struggles to meet Sonic Drive-In’s deadline. Meanwhile, Christie and Richard contend over losing an auction bid. When the tension boils over, it doesn’t look like anyone’s going to come out on top.
When Richard regains his senses, he puts the monkeys back on track to finish the ’31 Chopped Model A in ten days.
Aaron and Richard find themselves a 1931 Model A to chop! What begins as a simple build quickly grows into a grand green machine. With less than a month to build this chromed out 60's show car from the ground up, Richard's wild plan may be too much.