Fast N’ Loud is a popular television show that features the work of the Gas Monkey Garage, which is based out of Texas. The show is centered around the restoration of classic vehicles and profiting from such restorations, allowing the show to teach would-be car collectors a lot about the vehicle-flipping business. The crew at Gas Monkey Garage are very experienced in the art of fabrication, and a lot of their vehicles come out with top-notch designs. This means that chances are, you're bound to see a Gas Monkey custom car at an auto show near you at some point in time, and the one-of-a-kind portfolio is growing more and more with every year.
This creates a huge market for people who are trying to see the awesome designs, and there are so many that it can be hard to keep up. The crew has restored all kinds of different vehicles over time, including countless classic Mustangs, Porsches, Camaros, and even old pickup trucks. There's no car that's too out of place for the crew at the Gas Monkey Garage to restore; in fact, many of the cars are brought in by private customers who don’t have the means or the expertise to design such a custom vehicle on their own. Fast N’ Loud is a breakout success and one that'll continue to grow with the crew at the Gas Monkey Garage, creating some truly one-of-a-kind vehicles that'll leave car enthusiasts asking for more.
There have been plenty of one-of-a-kind cars over the past few years that have made history for comfort and power, and the Lincoln Mark brand of cars is one of those legends. The 1970 Lincoln Continental Mark III that was designed by the Gas Monkey crew took all of the aspects of a winning luxury car and built on it with this stellar restoration project. From the opera lights to the era-correct paint, every aspect of the 1970 Lincoln Continental Mark III looks great from start to finish. This is one of the most complete cars to roll out of the Gas Monkey garage, and it definitely looks great. (Gas Monkey Blog)
The GM F-body line of cars, which consisted of the Camaro and the Firebird, was designed to compete with the brand-new Mustang pony car, and over the years, both of these models released many special editions.
The 77 Trans Am Firebird that was designed by the Gas Monkey garage featured all of the great aspects that made the car unique, including the rocker hood and the staggered wheels that give the car an aggressive stance.
That's coupled with a modern crate engine, making for one cool Firebird that'll live on for a long time. (Hot Rod)
The 1930 Ford Roadster is one of the most well-known classic hot rods in the world. It has a loyal following that loves to modify this interesting retro coupe. The Gas Monkey crew wanted to follow this tradition, and they decided to flip a 1930 Ford Roadster. For a barn find, the 1930 Ford Roadster came out surprisingly well with a full body-on-frame restoration to complete the job, making this one heck of a finished custom product. (Hot Rod)
Trucks are usually some of the most rewarding cars to restore, no matter what generation of truck you're interested in. The crew at the Gas Monkey Garage has managed to created some stellar trucks, so it's no surprise that the 1971 Ford F100 came out so great, with a one-of-a-kind style and paint job to match. The 1971 Ford F100 also featured some extensive enhancements to the engine, which made it far more than just your average farm truck. This is just one of the many interesting restored pickup trucks that have come out of the Gas Monkey Garage. (Hot Rod)
There are many different classic cars that have made a name for themselves over the years, and Chevrolet is at the forefront of that wave with some unforgettable cars that are pretty radical once they've been restored. The Chevy 210 designed by the guys at the Gas Monkey garage takes all of the original aspects that made the car great, and it builds on them. The new modern engine gives the car some serious kick while you're driving it, and the stylish new paint makes the car look like something that you'd see in a car show. The finished product of the Chevy 210 was one of the best cars to leave Gas Monkey Garage. (Gas Monkey Blog)
There was a point in history where Oldsmobile was a pioneering brand, one that innovated in design and safety features. The market for retro Oldsmobile has gone up, and with good reason, as cars like the Cutlass 442 are a blast to drive. The 1950 Oldsmobile Rocket 88 coupe that was designed by the guys at the Gas Monkey Garage lives up to the stellar legacy with a one-of-a-kind design that featured a full body-on-frame restoration and a brand-new crate engine to give the car some modern power. (Hot Rod)
Chevrolet trucks have always been a favorite of car customizers and with good reason, as for the most part, they have a signature style that's hard to replicate. On top of this, the 1992 series of trucks has a stellar design that pretty much looks good no matter what way you slice it.
The Gas Monkey Garage crew designed a custom 1992 crew cab-dually that featured a slammed design with custom paint and some wheels that were amazing to look at.
The 1992 Chevrolet Crew Cab-Dually is just one of many interesting designs to come out of the Gas Monkey Garage. (Hot Rod)
Contrary to popular belief, there's quite a large market out there for replica and kit cars. These one-of-a-kind kits will turn a standard car such as an MR2 or a Miata into the supercar of your dream with very little effort. This cool process of buying and installing a kit car is a one-of-a-kind thing that many people are getting into, and the crew at the Gas Monkey Garage decided to do it with the 1952 Jaguar XK120 Roadster Replica. This one-of-a-kind replica took all of the great aspects of the XK120 and put them into a replica package that looked great. (Gas Monkey Blog)
There's probably not a cooler-looking car on this planet than a Jeep, and the retro Jeep models are even cooler to look at and drive.
The 1915 Willys Overland Touring was a full restoration of one of the most classic Jeep models that you can buy.
There were also the added Gas Monkey touches that made the finished product a beauty to look at, coupled with a modern engine setup that makes the 1915 Willys Overland Touring a winning combination of retro performance and one-of-a-kind historical value. (Hot Rod)
There are many classic cars that just don’t get enough credit nowadays, especially in the storm of Camaros and Chevelles. But there's one classic sedan that's been making a resurgence, and that's the 1956 Chevrolet Bel Air Blue II. This one-of-a-kind car that was designed by the Gas Monkey garage took all of the aspects that made the original Chevrolet Bel Air an amazing car and added to them in true Gas Monkey style. The most outstanding feature on this car besides the paint has definitely got to be the custom interior, which looks great and is functional. (Hot Rod)
Chrysler is one of the often-forgotten automakers that have often been overshadowed by their Cadillac and Buick competition. But a quick look at the vast history of Chrysler will show some pretty amazing cars. Take the 1933 Chrysler Royal 8 Coup, Ct Imperial, for example. The Gas Monkey Garage took this classic car apart and restored it to true factory condition, making for an awesome one-of-a-kind design that really showed off the beauty and demeanor of the car. The 1933 Chrysler Royal 8 Coup Ct Imperial also featured a nice modern engine, making the car a blast to drive. (Hot Rod)
Of course, no list would be complete without having a Cadillac on it, and the crew at the Gas Monkey Garage managed to put together one of the best-looking Cadillac’s that you've ever seen.
The 1960 Cadillac Sedan De Ville is a truly beautiful restoration that sticks to the original formula of the model but then adds a touch of modern flair to it.
This modern incarnation of a tried and true classic features a new engine with enough power to compete with anything, coupled with a beautiful new paint job that makes the car shine under the light. (Hot Rod)
Ford has been known for making quite a few legendary classic cars, but one of them is often overlooked, and that's the Galaxie. The 64 Galaxie that was designed by the Gas Monkey crew featured all of the modern things that you'd suspect made a car cool, and then, they built on them with a slew of new technology enhancements and a beautiful new paint job. The finished product is a 64 Galaxie that can really hold its own on the track and on the road. The Ford Galaxie hasn’t really received the credit that it deserves, and this car does the brand justice. (Hot Rod)
There's no doubt that the crew at the Gas Monkey garage likes to restore old Cadillacs, and one such example is the 1955 Caddy Coupe Deville. This one-of-a-kind restoration project involved taking a barn find and bringing it back to showroom-quality beauty like never before. The Gas Monkey crew started with a full interior redesign, and then, they followed that with a new smooth running motor to give the car some class and substance as it pulls round traffic. The 1955 Caddy Coupe Deville is a well-designed rig that really shows the talents of the Gas Monkey Garage. (Hot Rod)
Another awesome car is the 48 Chevy Fleetmaster, an interesting restoration that the crew took on after finding a stellar barn gem. The 48 Chevy Fleetmaster is already a pretty cool car on its own, but if you add the few finishing touches, you can have a really unique ride. The Gas Monkey crew did their usual fare to the car, which included a new paint scheme and a one-of-a-kind enhanced engine to give the car some grace and performance. They also slapped a kind of rubber onto the finished product, which gave it an aggressive stance that you don't see often. (Hot Rod)
Restoring rare and classic vehicles is at the heart of the business model at Gas Monkey Garage, and what restoration would be complete without the 1931 Model A, a clean restoration that made one of the more memorable vehicles in the history of Fast N’ Loud? The model was a complete success with a beautiful paint job that gave a nod to the original classic's heritage, and then, there were the one-of-a-kind wheels that the team picked out for this car that would even make Boyd Coddington proud. Nevertheless, the 31 Model A stands to be one of the coolest rides to come out of the Gas Monkey Garage. (Hot Rod)
The team at the Gas Monkey Garage have restored all types of different vehicles over the years, and of course, they had to restore an instant classic.
The 59 Rambler is a car that everyone has thought of or seen at a car show at least once in his life.
The iconic car is a breeze to work on and even easier to make crazy fast; thus, the team decided to restore one of those as well. The Gas Monkey Garage 59 Rambler is a standout muscle car, with a beautiful paint job that screams individuality, not to mention the screaming V8 engine that the team crammed into it, making for a one-of-a-kind car that'll definitely smoke up the tires. (Hot Rod)
Perhaps one of the most iconic cars to take the Corvette nameplate, the Stingray has been a part of Corvette history for almost fifty years. What makes the Stingray an instant classic is the one-of-a-kind split-window design and the beautiful body features that make the car unique.
The 1967 Corvette Stingray designed by the Gas Monkey Garage is a winning combination of style and substance that you don’t usually see in a restored Corvette model.
The one-of-a-kind paint scheme and the stylish wheels that were put on the Corvette only go to show how detailed the team is when they put a car together. (Hot Rod)
The quintessential classic car is the 32 Ford 3-window coupe. This one-of-a-kind classic has been seen in literally thousands of movies over the past few decades and stands as a unique favorite at car shows everywhere. What makes the 32 Ford 3-Window coupe so cool? Well, the Gas Monkey crew designed the car in such a way that it looks like a muscle car. Coupled with a beautiful and unique paint job, the 32 Ford 3-Window Coupe is anything but ordinary. The stellar design and the loud classic engine make the 32 Ford 3-window coupe a pretty cool ride. (Hot Rod)
Finally, what list would be complete without one of the Gas Monkey crowning accomplishments? The 1964 Econoline van has a classic retro paint job that really makes the van look like something out of a movie. Then, you couple that with the one-of-a-kind Ford Racing engine that's under the hood, and you get something far different than you'd expect coming out of an old van. The interior is also retrofitted to give the van a one-of-a-kind look and an appearance like no other, making for a one-of-a-kind product that the Gas Monkey team is very proud of creating. (Hot Rod)
Sources: Gas Monkey Blog, Hot Rod