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This auto restoration series follows the work of a restoration crew that specializes in revitalizing old products from the Chrysler corporation. The series debuted in 2012 on the Velocity cable network.Graveyard Carz is a series that is currently running and has 12 seasons (156 episodes). The series first aired on June 14, 2012.

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Wednesday 10:00 PM et/pt on Velocity
12 Seasons, 156 Episodes
June 14, 2012
Automotive, Comedy, Kids & Family, Reality, Talk & Interview
6.0/10
Cast: Mark Worman, Royal Yoakum, Daren Kirkpatrick, Josh Rose
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Graveyard Carz Full Episode Guide

  • The crew looks back at their biggest SEMA builds, and offers a sneak peek at what's to come.

  • An exceptionally-kept survivor Daytona is finally getting the attention it deserves during assembly.

  • Talented Mopar mechanics restore wrecked muscle cars to their former glory.

  • While researching early Mopars, Allysa discovers what is so appealing about the 1966 model year for die-hard Charger enthusiasts.

  • The finishing of a 1969 GTX sparks the tale of its shaky restoration leading up to its delivery; this is only the latest of five previously-restored GTXs that the crew has brought back from the dead.

  • Mark and George bust out the welders to rebuild the deadest 1971 'Cuda they've ever encountered in the history of GYC.

  • Mark Worman must decide where his loyalty really lies when he becomes enamored with the Road Runners he has previously restored.

  • The Ghouls attempt to finish the 45-day restoration of a 1970 Road Runner, owned by tool creator Mark Martinez, who can't wait to take it for its first drive.

  • The Ghouls begin the 45-day restoration of a 1970 Road Runner. It's owned by tool creator Mark Martinez, who drove the car in his youth and believes it showed him his life's calling.

  • The Ghouls give their care and attention to a Dodge Challenger, and welcome it to the next phase of its restoration.

  • Tony "Cheesesteak" D'Agostino, the true Mopar guru, seeks updates on his wife's Plum Crazy Challenger and enlists his buddy Will to help get them.

  • A pragmatic Mark Worman observes the metal restoration of the 1971 Phoenix 'Cuda. It's a painstaking task to undo the damage caused by the brutal fire in which it died.

  • It's an episode of E-Bodies, including disassembly, documentation and suspicion that one of the newly arrived 'Cudas may have forged numbers.

  • The destination is SEMA Show 2019 in Las Vegas, Nevada. As the crew visits with fans, they reflect on their accomplishments and failures and look ahead at the exciting upcoming restorations for the new year.

  • With the SEMA Show 2019 just days away, the team scrambles to finish the assembly of the tribute "Christine." Mark begins to question how complete the car will be when it ships to the convention center in Las Vegas, Nevada.

  • One of eight ever made, the 1971 In Violet Plymouth 'Cuda 383 is finished and ready for delivery. Before the final touches, the crew reflects on the journey the car has taken and share unseen footage of the build.

  • With final assembly finished, the 1970 Rallye Red 'Cuda is primed to be fired up and driven. Before it takes its maiden voyage, the crew takes a look back at what it took to restore this car and convert it from a 318 to a 440.

  • Mark redirects the crew to focus their efforts on a 1969 Superbee. The owner has been patient, but is eagerly awaiting delivery, and Mark doesn't want Christine or any other project to delay this classic muscle car build.

  • The ghouls shift gears to work on a 1970 Rallye Red 'Cuda, while Mark and Tony assess a 1964 Plymouth Fury. The crew is forced to make some tough choices between doing what's right for the show and keeping Mark happy.

  • The Ghouls continue to work on the '71 In-Violet 'Cuda convertible, while Christine's metalwork begins. When Tony shows up unexpectedly, Mark dodges his questions about the status of his car.

  • The crew mocks up Christine's engine over the frame, and Will preps and paints a 1966 Charger. When an important piece of equipment breaks down, Allysa has to figure out what happened and get it fixed.

  • While the crew works on final assembly for a problematic '69 GTX, Allysa discovers they face major fines following an OSHA inspection. The network rejects a scene and forces Mark to review comedy routines he's done in the past.

  • The crew begins door and panel alignment on a '69 Charger, and finds some surprises while disassembling Christine. When a rare Hemi Coronet returns, Mark realizes he's spread too thin to catch important quality control issues.