God, Guns & Automobiles

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  • 2013
  • 1 Season
  • 3.8  (186)

God, Guns & Automobiles is a reality television program about the daily goings-on of Max Motors, a car dealership run by brothers, Mark and Erich Muller. Filming for this show takes place in and around Butler, Missouri. Max Motors was started after Mark retired from consulting, grew bored, and established the dealership, naming it after his firstborn son. Max even joined the family business after dropping out of college. The Mullers operate two dealerships, as well as offering vehicular towing and financing. Erich had been a silent partner in the dealership, but has recently been more active. Erich's involvement with the Mark's business tends to cause much butting of heads; Erich has an urban perspective when running the business, while Mark's attitude from country living leaves him more willing and forgiving of people and circumstances. Mark is also willing to give people second chances by working the sales floor, when Erich regards these people as nothing more than shiftless "outlaws." The show also covers Max Motors' employees, including the unpredictable Rod Berry; ex-Marine, Jason Claspill; lone female, Lisa Drewing; alcoholic ex-bullrider, Matt Harvey; MMA fighter and internet sales specialist, Brandon "Mongo" Huckaby; Bill Myers, and General Manager, Larry Van Zandt.

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Seasons
Going Big Time
14. Going Big Time
September 16, 2013
Mark and the Max Motors crew prepare for a big reveal on the lot, but Mark must first teach "Cowboy" Matt Harvey an important lesson.
The Art of the Retreat
13. The Art of the Retreat
September 9, 2013
Construction has commenced on the Max Motors lot and brings business to a halt. Mark shuts things down at the dealership and invites Erich and the boys to a work retreat Max Motors style.
Speed Auction
12. Speed Auction
September 2, 2013
Mark's mother is in town to spend some quality time with the family. But Mark is so overwhelmed with getting the dealership's old trade-ins to one of Missouri's biggest auctions that he can't find time for his mother. Meanwhile, Erich must cover for Mark by showing their mother what Butler has to offer.
Family Circus
11. Family Circus
August 26, 2013
During the Butler rodeo, Mark is under-staffed during the busiest weekend of the year, forcing him to recruit his family to pitch in at the dealership. Meanwhile, Erich clashes with the local radio station when he brings his big-city shock-jock radio show to small town Butler.
Shine On
10. Shine On
August 19, 2013
Jason trains Mongo for an upcoming cage fight.
Respect the Vet
9. Respect the Vet
August 12, 2013
The dealership is forced to scramble when their weekend sales event fails. At the last minute, Mark decides to host a Veteran's Appreciation Day, leaving Larry in charge of the details.
Fight Night
8. Fight Night
August 5, 2013
Mark hosts an evening of cage-fighting; Mongo trains for the fight of his life; Larry is overwhelmed with trying to meet Mark's demands.
Demolition Men
7. Demolition Men
July 29, 2013
With a bunch of old trade-in cars destined for the scrap yard, Mark attempts to motivate the sales staff, while also having fun.
Urban Cowboy
6. Urban Cowboy
July 22, 2013
Mark purchases his dream car - a 1957 Cadillac convertible.
The Great Gun Buyback
5. The Great Gun Buyback
July 22, 2013
Mark teams up with the local sheriff's department to host a gun buyback event; Mark expands his private collection; Max turns to his father for a job.
Midnight Madness
4. Midnight Madness
July 15, 2013
Mancow bets Mark on a midnight madness sale; Mark hires a personal assistant.
Cowboys and Aliens
3. Cowboys and Aliens
July 15, 2013
Mancow comes to Butler with a toy drone; Mark plans his most creative sales promotions.
Muller's Way
2. Muller's Way
July 8, 2013
"œCowboy" Matt Harvey, a Max Motors' salesman, is in trouble with the law and asks Mark for help. Also, Mancow learns how to do business the hard way when he spends a day out with the repo team in Butler.
Welcome to Max Motors
1. Welcome to Max Motors
July 8, 2013
Owner Mark Muller's non traditional style surprises his younger brother and business partner, Chicago radio legend, Erich "Mancow" Muller. Even with Mancow's asking him to play it safe, Mark tells his staff he'll blow up a car if they get their monthly sales target.
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God, Guns & Automobiles is a reality television program about the daily goings-on of Max Motors, a car dealership run by brothers, Mark and Erich Muller. Filming for this show takes place in and around Butler, Missouri. Max Motors was started after Mark retired from consulting, grew bored, and established the dealership, naming it after his firstborn son. Max even joined the family business after dropping out of college. The Mullers operate two dealerships, as well as offering vehicular towing and financing.

Erich had been a silent partner in the dealership, but has recently been more active. Erich's involvement with the Mark's business tends to cause much butting of heads; Erich has an urban perspective when running the business, while Mark's attitude from country living leaves him more willing and forgiving of people and circumstances. Mark is also willing to give people second chances by working the sales floor, when Erich regards these people as nothing more than shiftless "outlaws."

The show also covers Max Motors' employees, including the unpredictable Rod Berry; ex-Marine, Jason Claspill; lone female, Lisa Drewing; alcoholic ex-bullrider, Matt Harvey; MMA fighter and internet sales specialist, Brandon "Mongo" Huckaby; Bill Myers, and General Manager, Larry Van Zandt.

God, Guns & Automobiles is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (14 episodes). The series first aired on July 8, 2013.

Where to Watch God, Guns & Automobiles

God, Guns & Automobiles is available for streaming on the History website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch God, Guns & Automobiles on demand at Philo, Amazon, Vudu and Apple TV.

  • Premiere Date
    July 8, 2013
  • IMDB Rating
    3.8  (186)