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In this autocentric series, custom builders work on customizing projects that include cars and motorcycles. The series looks at the best, most exciting customs around the world, including stops in Asia, Australia and South Central Los Angeles. The series debuted in 2015 on the A&E cable network.

Garage Dreams is a series that is currently running and has 2 seasons (16 episodes). The series first aired on January 1, 2016.

Where do I stream Garage Dreams online? Garage Dreams is available for streaming on JOURNEY MEDIA, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Garage Dreams on demand at Amazon online.

2 Seasons, 16 Episodes
January 1, 2016
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Garage Dreams Full Episode Guide

  • Auto paint artist pushes the boundaries of possibility. Custom bikes and Japanese design converge in cafe racer world.

  • A man adds some TLC to his vehicle and calls it Zombie; the hottest cars swarm to a famous Las Vegas event.

  • A BMW 2002 only gets better with time; Danny is a man about town with his mean mix of machines.

  • Meeting the mastermind behind the world's best chopped festival; a Datsun 620 is on the trail.

  • Speed on cracked ground; Glenn and his 1969 Chevrolet Camaro are the best match.

  • An entire family gets together to see the real power of a 1968 Holden Monaro; a side-draft carburetor is the mystery behind the restoration.

  • Marc presents his family of Nissans; and Rhys is sent on a quest to locate an old Tudor.

  • South Bay Customs is more than a workshop, its a work of art. Murray is obsessed with a Superbird.

  • An MG restoration challenge with real class. Also: a father commits the rebuild of a Ford Falcon to his lost son.

  • Allan is a confirmed Datsun fanatic and his 510 sums it all up.

  • John Jackson journeys 60,000 miles per year in a vintage van. Kyle's dream vehicle is a 1963 Ford Falcon Squire.

  • JD figures out the American dream is laying in his garage. Eric has the adverse of buyer's remorse.

  • Cory and his dad spend many weekends in the garage working on their unfinished dream. And Greg's '67 XR Falcon is right on task.

  • Jesse Castillo grew up on the streets of South LA and built the first lo-rider bicycle in the city. Soon Jesse would realise that his obsession with machines would take him much further than he ever dreamed. Today Jesse builds chops for international customers and at the same time runs a workshop that gives the street kids of the neighbourhood some meaning to life. This is Jesse's dream.

  • Michael Schreiber of California is a Bike builder and Art Gallery operator. Michael used to work for Harley Davidson but did what most of us only dream of doing. Michael sold his classic car to raise money for the new business venture and laid it all on the line. Michael quit his day job and went to build his dream. No he says his best days are ahead of him and he doesn't look back.