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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.

RHI Entertainment
7 Seasons, 86 Episodes
April 23, 2011
Drama
3.9/10
Cast: Keith Burke, Stephen Rea, Kacey Clarke, Roisin Murphy
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  • On this episode of Roakill powered by Dodge, the Vanishing Paint Challenger is back on the road with an upgraded suspension and it's ready to dominate the autocross! David Freiburger and Steve Dulcich rekindled their love for the VP Challenger on Roadkill Garage Episodes 34 and 36, and now they are putting it to the ultimate Roadkill road trip test.

  • Witness the epic return of the Roadkill Draguar on a journey from the Roadkill Nights event on Woodward Avenue in Michigan all the way to racing at the NHRA Nationals in Minnesota! This episode of Roadkill powered by Dodge kicks off with the fourth annual Roadkill Nights event at M1 Concourse in Pontiac, Michigan, where 40,000 people show up to see us drag race on the famed Woodward Avenue.

  • Ranking as one of the most ridiculous Roadkill episodes of all time-and yet still powered by Dodge-this is a tale of David Freiburger, Mike Finnegan, and Steve Dulcich taking a vacation to Alaska for the Fourth of July to visit the legendary celebration in the remote area of Glacier View where they throw cars off a cliff for the sheer hilarity of it.

  • Would you take a 50-year-old car from a junkyard and motor it to the 14,115-foot summit of Pikes Peak in Colorado? No, that's why Roadkill is here to do it for you! Follow along as Freiburger and Finnegan return to the site of the Broughammer diesel Cadillac buildup (episode 55) and select a weed-riddled 1967 Chevy Biscayne.

  • Mike Finnegan has had Charger lust since his childhood exposure to the General Lee on The Dukes of Hazzard, so he recently bought a 1968 Dodge Charger that had been wrecked when new, then hacked into a circle-track race car, all highlighted here on this episode of Roadkill, powered by Dodge.

  • Celebrate Father's Day with this special extra episode of Roadkill powered by Dodge! There's big action as David Freiburger and Mike Finnegan scheme some chaos in hot-rodded pickups. They invite Steve Dulcich from Roadkill Garage as well as Lucky Costa and Tony Angelo from HOT ROD Garage to join in.

  • This is about a good ol' road trip in random, unreliable junk! On this episode of Roadkill powered by Dodge, David Freiburger and Mike Finnegan wanted to buy a car sight-unseen and take a big adventure.

  • A 440-powered Suzuki Samurai? Yup! This episode of Roadkill powered by Dodge features David Freiburger and guest host Steve Dulcich achieving a long-held Roadkill dream: building a car entirely out of a junkyard. The result is a ludicrous Suzuki Samurai tiptop powered by a 440 Chrysler big-block out of a B300 1-ton van.

  • Is it the effort that counts? If so, Roadkill powered by Dodge wins again on this episode!

  • Surprise! Fans assumed we'd do this for the 75th episode of Roadkill powered by Dodge, but we jumped the gun and served it up here in Episode 74: yup, it's a Roadkill project-car showdown at DirtFish Rally School.

  • One of the most popular Roadkill shows of 2017 was Episode 66, where David Freiburger and Mike Finnegan pulled a 1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1 out of Colorado Auto & Parts, a junkyard where the iconic muscle car had been sitting unused since 1980.

  • One of the most epic Roadkills of all time is Episode 52, where we took a 1950 Ford dump truck, put a blown big-block Chevy and a Gearstar 4L80E trans behind the cab, powered it through a V-drive, and did a monster wheelstand that nearly killed Mike Finnegan.

  • What's the best way to build a great off-road car? Buy a used desert racer! That's exactly what happens in this episode of Roadkill powered by Dodge. With an urge to go rallycross racing, David Freiburger makes a sight-unseen purchase of a 1973 AMC Hornet that raced Baja in the '80s and finished the NORRA 1000 a couple of times before being parked circa 2012.

  • On this episode of Roadkill powered by Dodge, it's the return of two popular, Mopar Hemi-powered Roadkill project cars: Mike Finnegan's Blasphemi 1955 Chevy Gasser and David Freiburger's Rumble Bee 1970 Dodge Super Bee.

  • One of the cheapest ways to go racing is to buy someone else's abandoned project car, and that's exactly what happens on this episode of Roadkill powered by Dodge.

  • The Tire Rack One Lap of America 2017 was a race involving 19 events at 8 tracks over a 3,500-mile road trip. Can you imagine Roadkill surviving that unscathed? No!

  • On this episode of Roadkill powered by Dodge, we do the Tire Rack One Lap of America race the Roadkill way: buying a 1969 Pontiac Firebird that hasn't run in 17 years, changing every mechanical bit of it in three days, and then hitting the road for action!

  • An abandoned Mach 1 is a dream find! In this episode of Roadkill powered by Dodge, David Freiburger and Mike Finnegan head to Colorado Auto & Parts in Englewood, Colorado, and visit the Corns family-builders of the crazy radial-Cessna-powered 1939 Plymouth truck you've seen all over the Internet and in Roadkill magazine.

  • In this episode of Roadkill powered by Dodge, it's a legit shootout of the performance potential of two hot project cars: the legendary Rotsun 1971 Datsun 240Z that was stuffed with a Ford 5.0L and a Power Stroke turbodiesel on Episode 64, and the 1969 Chevy Impala that's loaded with the 489ci, supercharged big-block Chevy that used to be in Hot Rod magazine's Crusher Camaro.

  • Roadkill is powered by Dodge, but on this episode, the world's most revered rust bucket gets powered by a used Ford 5.0L Mustang V-8 with a Power Stroke diesel turbo!

  • In this episode, Roadkill signs up for the LeMons Retreat From Moscow event, an 1,800-mile trip from Moscow, Pennsylvania, to Barber Motorsports Park in Alabama.

  • This episode of Roadkill powered by Dodge features a special guest cohost, JP magazine editor Rick P©w©, who has been doing barn-find rescues and road trips with David Freiburger since before there was a Roadkill. Freiburger and P©w© are at it again here, revisiting a 1946 Willys flatfender Jeep they first pulled from the fields of Utah back in 2001.

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