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This auto-centric web series is available on the Motor Trend magazine YouTube channels and the Motor Trend On Demand web site. It is hosted by David Freiburger and Mike Finnegan and covers a wide variety of motor-related topics. The series began in 2012 and, as of early 2017, consisted of approximately five dozen episodes.

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1 Season, 50 Episodes
July 8, 2016
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Roadkill Garage Full Episode Guide

  • On Episode 87 of Roadkill, David Freiburger and Mike Finnegan bought a completely wrecked '68 Road Runner and brought it back to life, creating the world's only C-Body Road Runner. Now on this episode of Roadkill Garage, Freiburger and Steve Dulcich are finally seeing through with the original plan of using the C-Body as a parts car. 

  • We need more speed! Plus wheelies. It's all about the Crusher Camaro, one of our most long-standing project cars. It's been around since 1994 and has been seen in HOT ROD magazine and on Roadkill, HOT ROD Garage, and Roadkill Garage. Last time on Roadkill Garage, David Freiburger and Steve Dulcich did an early '70s retro makeover.

  • Finding the time to complete a project is hard enough, but being able to fix multiple problems on multiple projects at the same time? It's nearly impossible, unless you're David Freiburger and Steve Dulcich, of course! 

  •  Everyone needs a vacation, and on this episode of Roadkill Garage, David Freiburger and Steve Dulcich take a break from their everyday grind to do exactly what they love doing day in and day out anyway. Dulcich recently bought a new project vehicle in Arizona, a '73 Triumph TR6, and the guys have decided to take the Mopar Muscle Truck (MMT) to go pick it up.

  • It took Michelangelo four years to paint the Sistine Chapel, but for Steve Dulcich it took only two years to paint the Crop Duster! That's right, the Crop Duster is finally painted, and it's a masterpiece!

  • What's the use of more power if you can't handle it? Last episode, David Freiburger and Steve Dulcich refreshed the drivetrain in the Disgustang but now they are tackling the rest of the project to truly make it a daily-driving beast. Up front, it's getting a new suspension with plenty of stiffening to the flimsy Ford while still making it a smooth ride.

  • The Disgustang is back! David Freiburger and Steve Dulcich are going all in to finally give the 1969 Mach 1 the attention it deserves. Originally rescued from decades of junkyard neglect on Episode 66 of Roadkill, then engine-swapped and road-tripped over 1,300 miles only to be beaten around DirtFish Rally School on Episode 73, it will now be made into the ultimate Roadkill daily driver.

  • The most epic day of desert bashing in Roadkill Garage history wasn't all that it was cracked up to be. You've seen some of the aftermath on Roadkill Extra, but now get the whole story of what happened to the '70 Dodge known as the Off-Road Challenger (ORC).

  • The '67 Chevy C10 shortbed is back. Its storied past started in HOT ROD Garage and then multiple episodes of Roadkill and Roakill Garage, but now it's time to finally make it a clean and respectable daily driver. David Freiburger and Steve Dulcich take on the task of a DIY paint match on the bed, a five-lug conversion, interior upgrades, new wheels, and a new gas tank.

  • On this episode of Roadkill Garage, David Freiburger and Steve Dulcich have been challenged by Fred Williams and Dave Chappelle from Dirt Every Day to a Jeep build-off. What's the best way to improve a 1975 CJ-5 with a small-block Chevy? Step one: Don't focus on the suspension, axles, gearing, and so forth. Step two: Add more power, of course!

  • On this episode of Roadkill Garage, Steve Dulcich's teenage dreams finally come true as David Freiburger surprises him with a new project: a 1965-ish VW Dune Buggy!

  • For years, David Freiburger has wanted a true running and drivable hot rod but has never been able to pull one from the halls of neglect to finish it...until now. On this episode of Roadkill Garage powered by Dodge, meet Freiburger and Steve Dulcich's new project car, a Model A on '32 Ford rails.

  • On this episode of Roadkill Garage presented by Dodge, we're back with the 1970 Dodge Challenger known as Vanishing Paint. This car dates back to Episode 4, when we thrashed it together, and then we revisited it in Episode 34 as we upgraded the whole drivetrain.

  • One of the most popular projects from Roadkill Garage is the "Vanishing Paint" 1970 Dodge Challenger from way back on Episode 4 of the series. The car has been ignored for 30 episodes now, but when Tire Rack invited Roadkill to a race coming up later this year, David Freiburger and Steve Dulcich decided to lower their lofty goals for the car and just get it running well enough to make the trip.

  • This is an all-Ford episode, starting with the Ford Muscle Truck, taking a break to look at progress on the Disgustang 1969 Mach 1, and ending with a new-to-us Pro Street FoMoCo project car. The Ford Muscle Truck, or FMT, was first revealed on Episode 22; it's a 1968 F-100 shortbed, stepside with a swapped-in 460 big-block, C6 auto trans, and factory 9-inch rear.

  • Yes, we're talking 650 horsepower from a Ford Cleveland engine in a Jeep Commando! If you're thinking this is stupid, you're right; in Roadkill style, we're putting great parts on questionable cars in the hunt for massive burnouts, fast quarter-mile times, big wheelies, and-this time-ridiculously overpowered action in the sand and dirt drags.

  • Roadkill Garage is often about doing things quick and low-buck, and this episode is an awesome example. David Freiburger and Steve Dulcich show you how to get big-block power for dirt cheap by selecting an engine outside the mainstream; this time, it's a Buick 455 off of Craigslist.

  • Steve Dulcich had big dreams for his 1968 Plymouth Barracuda, but then it burned to the ground in the California wildfires.

  • When David Freiburger scored a 1965 Ford F-250 4x4 just like one he used to have, he saw an opportunity: road-trip the new Tater Truck to meet up with the one he sold four years ago and see if he could trade to get his old truck back.

  • Station wagons: there is no finer American institution. That's what David Freiburger wrote way back in 1998 as the editor of Car Craft magazine.

  • Vintage Chevy C10 pickups are hot, and there are tons of them around the Motor Trend world, including two 1967s that you'll see in this episode along with Freiburger's wild schemes for pickup-truck greatness.

  • Freiburger and Dulcich have a new project car, a quick and dirty '40 Ford Fordor.  Other than the lack of interior, some rust, poor suspension it really only has one main's too slow!  The guys decide to beef it up with some new heads, a new carb and a supercharger.

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