VELOCITY’S “GARAGE SQUAD” RETURNS FOR A FOURTH SEASON NOW WITH 60MIN OF AUTOMOTIVE EXCITEMENT
Season 4 of GARAGE SQUAD premieres Wednesday, August 30 at 10PM ET/PT on Velocity
(New York) – Across America, abandoned vintage cars sit for years rotting in driveways and garages as their owners lack the time, resources or simple know-how to get their autos back on the road. With hopes of a full restoration, self-taught mechanics get in over their heads under the hood and are forced to put their beloved projects on hold. This August, Velocity brings back GARAGE SQUAD, now supercharged to all-new hour-long episodes, to watch the dream team help “project car” owners turn their half-done duds into ultimate roadsters. The season four premiere of GARAGE SQUAD begins Wednesday, August 30 at 10PM ET/PT on Velocity.
This season, the full squad is back, featuring National Hot Rod Association (NHRA) driver Bruno Massel, lead builder Joe Zolper and co-host Heather Storm as they bring their expertise and necessary tools to work around the clock to transform their client’s rides. Expanding to hour-long episodes, this season the GARAGE SQUAD crew work on almost a dozen cars including a 1968 Pontiac GTO, a 1966 Ford Fairlane and a 1950 Ford F3 to name a few.
In the premiere episode, on Weds, August 30 at 10PM, the GARAGE SQUAD helps Terry and his brother breathe new life into a1955 Chevy 210. Sitting in the garage for 17 years, the Chevy carries a deep sentimental value as Terry’s Dad gifted the car to him when he was in high school. With misfit parts the GARAGE SQUAD takes on the challenge of getting Terry’s 4-wheeled family member back in action.
Upcoming GARAGE SQUAD Episodes (All Times ET/PT):
“A Tri-Five Comes Alive” Premieres Wednesday, August 30 at 10PM A Chevy Tri-Five that’s been in the family for decades hasn’t moved in 17 years. Two brothers join the Squad to try and get this 4-wheeled family member back on the road.
“Camaro Comeback” Premieres Wednesday, September at 10PM A vandalized 1969 Camaro tries to make a comeback after 27 years on blocks, but not before fighting the Garage Squad all the way down to the wire.
“Freeing a Ford F3” Premieres Wednesday, September 13 at 10PM After sitting in a barn for 47 years, a farm family tries to save their grandfather’s cherished 1950 Ford F3.
“Busted Duster” Premieres Wednesday, September 20 at 10PM A race against time to take a shell of a 1970 Duster and get it ready to be the VIP at the owners upcoming wedding.
“Foul Fairlane” Premieres Wednesday, September 27 at 10PM After a devastating engine fire and the onset of some serious health issues, the owner of this 1966 Fairlane dreams of having this beauty rumble back to life.
“GT-Oh No” Premieres Wednesday, October 4 at 10PM Once a quarter-mile drag racer, a 1968 GTO that’s been sitting in the garage for over 2 decades searches for its second act as a family cruiser.
“Chevy Four-by-Fix” Premieres Wednesday, October 11 at 10PM After a terrible family tragedy, getting this 1967 4×4 outside and into the mud means a lot for this family.
“Double Trouble” Premieres Wednesday, October 18 at 10PM Trouble has TWO middle names – Mustang and GTO. Can the Squad get the Mustang resurrected for the owner’s wife while also struggling to get the GTO street legal?
“Malibu Mayhem” Premieres Wednesday, October 25 at 10PM After an American hero lost his battle with PTSD, the Squad teams up with his father to restore the 1968 Malibu that his son bought on eBay while deployed in Iraq.
“Funny Business” Premieres Wednesday November 1 at 10PM This 1967 Nova nostalgia funny car has been lost in mechanical limbo for over 4 years. As a memorial to the owner’s late father, the Garage Squad tries to help him achieve his dream of taking it down the track.
GARAGE SQUAD is produced by Mat Burnett and Bill Connell for Super Genius, inc. productions. For Velocity, Peter Neal is executive producer and Robert S. Scanlon is executive vice president and general manager of Velocity and Automotive Content. (Velocity | Justin D.)