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FantomWorks season 3 episodes list:
Michael wants a new convertible top for his 1953 Morgan, but the Fantomworks team have no reference, no template and no anchor points. Butch entrusted his 1969 Camaro to a restoration rip-off artist. Can Fantomworks fix the worst work they've ever seen?
Gary wants to restore a 1964 Mercedes 230SL, but his tight budget launches Dan into a headlong battle. Al wants to restore his father's GTO, but Fantomworks discover it's not the car Al thinks it is.
Brad wants his father's 1967 Mustang Coupe to be new again; so Dan has to fight fifty years of age and the way the car was initially built by the factory. Jay wants a stunning 1965 TR4, but he plans to do most of the work himself.
Emmett believes his 1964 Barracuda is all original. But Dan finds out that the car has hidden damage and a past that nobody expected. Velvet wants Dan to get her 1953 Studebaker Commander running as a surprise for her husband, Travis.
George wants his 1967 Chevelle to be perfect, but his car has had more rats than repairs. Brian's 1960 Lincoln is a classic car has seen much better days. The car is full of surprises, and the moment something is fixed, a new problems surfaces.
Mike's '39 Hudson Coupe-Convertible is the only survivor of 3 that were built. He wants Fantomworks to undo previous repairs and restore it to original condition. Fantomworks is caught in the middle of a couple's dispute on what to do to a 1970 Nova.
Gray brings his 1929 Phaeton in because of gas smells and cracking sounds. When Dan digs into the car - he uncovers deadly dangers that lead to lifesaving repairs. Tony believes his 1989 Jeep Wrangler is 95% done, but the car is a disaster of bad work.
Ian wants a super-high performance 1956 Thunderbird and Fantomworks deliver with the most extreme baby bird ever built. Nikkos wants an all metal '68 Mustang Fastback resto-mod. The car catches the eye of someone who wants it at any cost.
Joe pushes Fantomworks off the deep end when he challenges them to build a replica of a legendary 1953 hydroplane that set a water speed record with an automotive engine. Jim and Arlene want their beloved 1969 Firebird to once again be a daily driver.