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When a man and a woman go on a road trip in Ireland in an RV, they find that they are in for a surprise when a large animal uses them for a meal. Before the large bird starts to follow them, the man is given a medallion with some strange powers.Roadkill is a series that is currently running and has 9 seasons (147 episodes). The series first aired on April 23, 2011.

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RHI Entertainment
9 Seasons, 147 Episodes
April 23, 2011
Cast: Keith Burke, Stephen Rea, Kacey Clarke, Roisin Murphy
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Roadkill Full Episode Guide

  • From the moment the '67 Firebird was plucked from barn next to a drag strip, you've been asking for this race.  On this episode of Roadkill, Finnegan and Newbern take the bird on an 800-mile road trip to race Freiburger and Dulcich in the Crusher Camaro.  The question isn't just who will win, it's will they even make it to the strip? Campsite engine swap on the way and hood removal? Yes, and yes!

  • They're still out there! On this episode of Roadkill, Finnegan and David Newbern rescue an unbelievably mint '67 Pontiac Firebird. This Crusher Camaro look-alike has been stowed in a barn behind a dragstrip for almost two decades. Now the guys battle old parts, downpours, and other issues in order to get this old drag car racing down the track once again. Sketchy tire burnouts? Yes, please!

  • How do you race a buddy when you can't be together?  Build a cheap drag car and race on tracks 750 miles apart!  In this episode of Roadkill, Finnegan and Tony Angelo, have a build off and race like no other! Tony transforms a shell of an '85 Monte Carlo into a beast while Finnegan makes Newbern's Nova run with Ramp Truck parts.  It's 3 days of wrenching, 2 tracks, and 1 unbelievable race! 

  • Ready for adventure? Get out and get away from it all on this episode of Roadkill with Freiburger and Steve Dulcich as they finally find out who has the better cheap 4x4. For years Freiburger has touted the superiority of the Suburban while Dulcich rallies a Durango. Now they'll settle it once and for all in an off-road challenge - for pinks! Will Dulcich lose the Durango, or just the course? 

  • Got enough spare parts lying around your garage to build a running engine? Freiburger does, and in this episode of Roadkill he scrounges his parts pile to put together a killer 350 V-8 while Finnegan and David Newbern add some power upgrades to the mini truck's four-banger.

  • What's the best way to clean out the wheels stashed in your garage for far too long? By rescuing a truck and slapping them on, of course! In this episode of Roadkill, Friebuger and Finnegan do just that by saving a neglected '66 Dodge D100 Utiline truck and hitting the road. As the guys quest to find the perfect 440 for it, the only real question is, will you love this truck as much as Freiburger?

  • While we're all at home let's look back at favorite project cars and find out what's going on with them today.  On this episode of Roadkill, Freiburger and Finnegan come to you from their own garages to give you the Top 10 Project Cars of Roadkill.  Ever wondered what happened to your favorites, or what the guys really think of them?  Find out all that plus what the future holds for them now!

  • Where's the best place to drive a '86 T-bird powered by a 302 V8 topped with a 6-71 Blower and welded gears?  Across the frozen tundra of the northern USA of course! On this episode of Roadkill, Freiburger and Finnegan take the T-Bizzle on a classic road trip with plenty of fail.  Follow along as the guys reveal a new project car and pull off the most patriotic burnouts in Roadkill history!

  • What's better than racing a cheap beater? Picking the worst possible beater and making your friend drive it. On this episode of Roadkill, Freiburger and Finnegan buy each other their worst automotive nightmares and put them to the test against Steve Dulcich in an epic showdown! Finnegan rides high, Freiburger works through some cosmetic damage, and Dulcich rampages through fire.

  • Why buy a '71 Ford Torino Wagon with a Cummins 12-valve diesel engine swapped in? Because Mike Finnegan thinks it will be an awesome tow vehicle for his new Toyota Mini Truck! Why grab Tony Angelo and have him help take the Torino from a manageable 300ish-hp to over 800hp? Because Cleetus McFarland dared you to a diesel swap drag race! Tune in to see if Mike and Tony can beat the heat.

  • If there has been one car in the Roadkill fleet that absolutely never fails to fail, it's the 1971 Datsun 240z rust bucket known as the Rotsun. Now on this episode of Roadkill, Freiburger and Finnegan attempt to get the Rotsun back up and running after years of neglect, by finally fixing its independent rear suspension issues and attempting to drive it to SEMA.

  • w many times have David Freiburger and Mike Finnegan been burned by rescuing a car from a junkyard? Too many, but this time it's a total win! Steve Magnante found an awesome '71 Pontiac T-37 at L&L Classic Auto in Idaho, on Episode 15 of Roadkill's Junkyard Gold and now he's led the guys to rescue this treasure. 

  • Ever dreamed of having a new ride every day of the week? David Freiburger and Mike Finnegan live that dream Roadkill-style, as they trade their way through the 25th HOT ROD Power Tour! Each day the guys trade away their junk for new junk and attempt to make it to the next stop on the tour. 

  • The blown 383 small block Chevy powered '74 Jaguar XJ 12 known as the Draguar is back!  After sitting neglected for far too long, Freiburger and Finnegan have decided to put a new heart in the disabled Draguar in true Roadkill fashion.  They are back the Summit parking lot in Sparks, NV - the site of their original extreme parking lot engine swap fiasco from episode 4 of Roadkill. 

  • David Freiburger and Mike Finnegan are always out to determine the best bang for your buck when it comes to a beater under $3K. This time, it's a four-vehicle shootout in all of the most important match-ups: We've got Chevy versus Ford, truck versus car, and old versus newer! 

  • On season 2 episode 3 of Roadkill's Junkyard Gold, Steve Magnante found a 1964 Ford Galaxie 500 XL that absolutely needed to be rescued. Why? Because it's a 390ci big-block with four-speeds of goodness, of course! This beauty has been sitting neglected for decades, and now David Freiburger and Mike Finnegan are determined to get it back on the road.

  • Roadkill has always been dedicated to the artistry, styling, and raw beauty of all things burnout related. David Freiburger and Mike Finnegan have long considered themselves masters of burnout-ology, yet they have never actually entered a burnout competition...until now.

  • Back on Episode 78 of Roadkill, David Freiburger and Steve Dulcich built the Super Sammy-a junkyard-rescued Suzuki Samurai that they crammed a 440 Chrysler big-block into right where it sat in the middle of the junkyard. Now they're back to actually hit the road and find out why Suzuki never offered this engine combination from the factory.

  • The Mazdarati is forever gone but still in our thoughts-so much so that David Freiburger and Mike Finnegan figure they could fill its void by taking the He Hate Me '66 Ford Econoline and make it a rear-engine monster. Maybe this one will actually run 10s!

  • What happens when you take the front half of two separate four-wheel-drive vehicles and combine them into one? David Freiburger and Mike Finnegan are back in the junkyard to answer that question and make one of Freiburger's dream schemes come to life! With two engines, four driving wheels, and two steering wheels, is it twice the fun?

  • For years Mike Finnegan has wanted to build a 200-mph Cadillac, and now David Freiburger has finally agreed to make it happen...or at least get it started.

  • Editors from Hot Rod Magazine put junky hot rods and trashed muscle cars to the test.

  • Editors from Hot Rod Magazine put junky hot rods and trashed muscle cars to the test.

  • Editors from Hot Rod Magazine put junky hot rods and trashed muscle cars to the test.

  • Eight years ago, David Freiburger and Mike Finnegan started a little Internet show where they played with cars so you could point and laugh. Now 100 episodes later, they're back to their roots. On this episode or Roadkill, Freiburger and Finnegan revive the premise of the first episode: throw a dart at a map and hit the road looking for adventure. 

  • On this episode of Roadkill, David Freiburger and Mike Finnegan bring their best Dodge project cars out to the M1 Concourse for the annual Roadkill Nights event powered by Dodge in Pontiac, Michigan. This time it's a road course, skidpad, and drag racing with seven favorite project cars. And since this is an all-Dodge showdown, we had to bring out the Mopar man himself, Steve Dulcich.

  • If the 1955 Chevy with a Hemi we call Blasphemi is known for three things, they would be going fast, being awesome, and breaking apart! On this episode of Roadkill, the Blasphemi delivers on all three as Mike Finnegan and Tony Angelo take on HOT ROD Drag Week.