New episodes of THE CAR CHASERS Season 2 to Air Tuesday Nights
New episodes of The Car Chasers Season 2 to Air Tuesday Nights at 10pm & 10:30pm/1am & 1:30am from October 22 to December 10. Two new episodes will air back to back each Tuesday.
11/26/2013: Airing at 10:00 PM ET/PT
"The Car Chasers" 211: BUCKS CAPACITOR
Jeff and Perry are back in California, with a lead on two trucks and a Suburban that starred in the "Fast & Furious" movies. Jeff has a proud tradition of owning cars from the franchise, but he's going to have to go through a tough negotiator and his teenage son in order to bring these cars back to Lubbock. Later, Jeff and Perry meet some mysterious and shady men in the desert to try and acquire a dune buggy they claim has appeared in some famous movies... but are they telling the truth?
11/26/2013: Airing at 10:30 PM ET/PT
"The Car Chasers" 212: TEXAS CAPITAL GAINS
Jeff's local finder Matt takes him down to Austin to chase some interesting leads in the hipster capital of Texas. The two men try their best to get their hands on a 1965 Mustang, and later go to a local motorcycle legend's workshop in an attempt to work a deal on a chopper and a highly collectible scooter from the 40's. Once back in Lubbock, Jeff tries to sell a stunt car from the movies to a close friend who has a unique use for it.
ABOUT "THE CAR CHASERS":
"The Car Chasers" are back for a brand new season of finding, fixing and flipping cars. The team from "Flat 12" in Lubbock, Texas, Jeff Allen, Meg Bailey and Perry Barndt, continue to scour the country, hunting for American muscle cars, classic hot rods and even the occasional Ferrari. Whether a car needs a total overhaul or just a little bit of TLC, their master mechanic Eric Ables, has the skills to take on just about any job. Each week, their goal is simple: buy low, sell high and maintain a steady flow of cars, customers and cash. Invest too heavily in a remodel or misread the market for a car and the "Flat 12" crew can lose a bundle. And when it comes to competition, Jeff's dad, Tom Souter, aka "Roundman," continues to be their number one rival. Profits trump bloodlines in this part of West Texas.