Roadkill Garage

Watch Roadkill Garage

  • TV-PG
  • 2016
  • 8 Seasons
  • 8.6  (92)

Roadkill Garage is an automotive show from Motor Trend OnDemand that aired in 2016 starring Steve Dulcich, David Freiburger, and Wiley Stevens. The show follows the three car enthusiasts as they embark on various challenges and projects, documenting their progress as they transform beat-up cars into high-performance vehicles.

The series is an offshoot of the popular show Roadkill, which premiered on YouTube in 2012. Roadkill Garage focuses solely on the garage and workshop aspects of the original show, as Dulcich, Freiburger, and Stevens take on a new car restoration project in every episode. Viewers watch as the team dismantles and improves upon old and rundown cars, turning them into mean machines ready to hit the pavement.

One of the trademark aspects of the show is the camaraderie and banter between the hosts. Dulcich, the show's lead mechanic, brings vast experience and knowledge of car restoration to the team, and it is evident in the painstaking attention to detail he puts into every aspect of the build. Freiburger, on the other hand, brings an infectious enthusiasm for car culture, often pushing the boundaries of physics and engineering as he and the team try to come up with crazy and inventive ways to modify and upgrade the cars they work on. Meanwhile, Stevens provides the comic relief and adds his own flair to the team's antics.

Throughout the series, the team tackles a wide range of cars, some of which might seem impossible to restore. From classic American muscle cars to obscure imports, they leave no stone unturned in their search for the next project. The build process often involves a significant amount of fabrication work, as the hosts create custom components that cannot be salvaged or purchased elsewhere.

One of the standout builds from the series is a 1970 Cuda, which the team bought in a relatively dilapidated state for only $2,500. They spent the entire episode dismantling the car, revealing a multitude of issues that could have made it impossible to restore. Nonetheless, the team overcame every obstacle, replacing and upgrading components at every turn, until they eventually emerged with a fully restored, high-performance Cuda that could rival any other classic muscle car.

Another feature of the show is the extensive use of time-lapses, which provides viewers with a sense of the amount of work that goes into each build. Throughout the episodes, we see the team work tirelessly for hours on end, sometimes through long nights and weekends, to ensure that their project is completed to the highest standard.

In addition to the build projects, the show also offers practical tips and insights for car enthusiasts, especially those interested in undertaking their restoration projects. The hosts often explain the reasoning behind their decisions and provide guidance on how to apply similar techniques to one's own car.

Overall, Roadkill Garage offers an exciting and entertaining glimpse into the world of car restoration. The camaraderie between the hosts, their infectious enthusiasm for cars, and the innovative solutions they come up with make for engaging viewing. Through their impressive skills and expertise, Dulcich, Freiburger, and Stevens show us that anything is possible in the garage, no matter how daunting or overwhelming the task at hand may seem.

Roadkill Garage is a series that is currently running and has 8 seasons (110 episodes). The series first aired on July 8, 2016.

Roadkill Garage
Filter by Source

Do you have Hulu?
What are you waiting for?
Nice! Browse Hulu with Yidio.
Ad Info - This show may not be available on Hulu
Seasons
Fixes and Frustrations: The '56 Chevy Field Car
99. Fixes and Frustrations: The '56 Chevy Field Car
December 22, 2023
The guys try to fix the 350-powered '56 Bel Air Field Car and road trip it to the surfside Samoa Drag Strip in California. Unfortunately, an electrical issue the guys had never seen before turns what would have been beachside bliss into total disaster.
Dragstrip Suspension Testing!
98. Dragstrip Suspension Testing!
December 15, 2023
What happens when Freiburger and Dulcich take the '56 Chevy Field Car, Bang-Shifting Cougar, and '31 Model A Ford "F-Rod" to test at the dragstrip? You get two out of three down the track, and one is destined to break.
Dave's 4x4 K20 Truck Makeover!
97. Dave's 4x4 K20 Truck Makeover!
December 8, 2023
Freiburger and Dulcich rescue Dirthead Dave's 1974 Chevy K20 long-bed from storage and give it a full Freiburger makeover. With a little maintenance, a few fixes and a whole new at-home paint job, the guys see if this truck is worth keeping around.
V-8 Power in a Dirt-Cheap Duster!
96. V-8 Power in a Dirt-Cheap Duster!
December 1, 2023
The guys add V-8 power to their 1971 Plymouth Duster, whose seized slant-six had seen better days. With the V-8, four-speed, a beefier rear end, and some other repairs, the guys get the Duster back on the road and rescue another vehicle from themselves.
Street Machine Conversion Crop Duster!
95. Street Machine Conversion Crop Duster!
May 26, 2023
Freiburger and Dulcich take the racecar out of the '70 Plymouth Duster known as the Crop Duster. With its new 440 V-8 and gearing, the car finally ran 10s at the strip. Now the guys attempt to make it slower and quieter for more drivability off the track.
The Bro-Charger Lives!
94. The Bro-Charger Lives!
May 19, 2023
Dulcich enlists Wiley Stevens to help make the derelict 1974 Bro-Charger into an actual roadworthy vehicle. After a lot of wrenching, they take a road-trip test drive to Las Vegas, Nevada, to meet up with Chris Birdsong and compete in an autocross event.
Yard Find: 1952 Jeep Rescue!
93. Yard Find: 1952 Jeep Rescue!
May 12, 2023
Freiburger and Dulcich rescue a flat-fender 1952 Jeep with a small-block Chevy that looks like it's sat at the bottom of the ocean. Dulcich found it in a yard, and after years of neglect, the guys are making it run and drive the only way they know how.
The El Cochino El Camino Returns!
92. The El Cochino El Camino Returns!
May 5, 2023
The problematic pig of a '73 El Camino named El Cochino is back. Freiburger and Dulcich address the camshaft and lifter issues that remain on their factory SS 454 four-speed Chevy, while also attempting to repair a terrible wheel-hop issue.
Dirt Cheap El Camino Rebuild!
91. Dirt Cheap El Camino Rebuild!
April 28, 2023
You can have your hot rod and your truck bed, too. On this episode of Roadkill Garage, Freiburger and Dulcich give gold medal examples of doing the wrong thing the right way with a cheap big-block/four-speed
Disgustang vs. Bang-Shifting Cougar!
90. Disgustang vs. Bang-Shifting Cougar!
April 21, 2023
The long-awaited showdown between two projects is finally here! In this episode of Roadkill Garage, Freiburger pits his
100th Episode: 1,000 Miles in the Red Duster!
100. 100th Episode: 1,000 Miles in the Red Duster!
December 29, 2023
For Roadkill Garage's 100th episode, Freiburger and Dulcich hit the road on Hot Rod's Power Tour. With their V-8-transplanted '71 Plymouth Duster, the guys road-test, race and roadside-fix their way along a 1,000-mile trip across multiple states.
Crusher Impala Gets Injected
101. Crusher Impala Gets Injected
January 5, 2024
Freiburger and Dulcich fix a fuel slosh and delivery issue in the Crusher Impala. The 1969 Chevy roasts tires with its stroked 498ci big-block, but the carburetors have always had some issues when doing donuts. Now the guys fix it with fuel injection.
56 Chevy Field Car Gets New Power!
102. 56 Chevy Field Car Gets New Power!
January 12, 2024
The '56 Chevy Field Car has a long and painful history, but now that changes. Freiburger and Dulcich try to break into the 10s at the dragstrip with more power. After diagnosing the injured 350ci engine, the guys drop in a 571-hp 406 that sat for decades.
Description
Where to Watch Roadkill Garage
Roadkill Garage is available for streaming on the Motor Trend OnDemand website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Roadkill Garage on demand at Max, Apple TV Channels, Discovery+, Amazon Prime, FuboTV and Sling.
  • Premiere Date
    July 8, 2016
  • IMDB Rating
    8.6  (92)