There are more salvage vehicles in Texas than anywhere else in the world. These tough-as-nails salvage crews bid on cars at public auctions, hoping to find a diamond in the rough that they can flip and resell for big bucks.
There are more salvage vehicles in Texas than anywhere else in the world. Several salvage crews begin rivalries at the auction, battling over a 1964 Thunderbird, a 2002 Nissan Xterra and a 1955 Ford Fairlane.
A 1968 El Camino reignites some brotherly love for Frank, while Beep and Holley don't see eye to eye on a 1976 Corvette Sting Ray flip. Across town, Atomic proves to be their own worst enemy when they tackle a late model Honda.
There is no holding back at the auctions as the car flippers fight over a '39 Chevy Coupe, a '62 Ford Ranchero and a '70 Dodge Dart. Rodriguez Rod and Cycle earns their stripes, while Barrett Auto's tiniest team member takes over.