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It may be easy to just rely on a feeling when it comes to forgeries, but Curtis Dowling explains how to go beyond that.
No matter what the market, Jeff's experience working on cars covers a broad spectrum. From CEOs to retired school teachers, Jeff's clients are as diverse as his projects, but they're all car lovers.
Jeff and Perry talk about the dynamics in the shop and how ideas get generated between team members.
The reason Jeff Allen and Perry Barndt are in the business is simple: they have a lifetime love affair with cars. Hear how that love has influenced them throughout the years.
Learn more about Catherine's background and what she thinks gives her an advantage in the antique world.
Forgeries are not only costly for unaware buyers but can also taint history itself. Curtis explains why he is on a mission to stop it.
According to Curtis Dowling, a forger can never recreate the past. Learn how forgeries are created, and how real antiques stand out.
Andy explains what he brings to the team, how his skills give him an advantage and how he makes people feel at ease.
The relationship between Jeff and his father Tom is unique -- not only are they father and son, but their businesses often work together.
To Perry, there are three types of cars: performance cars, race cars and art cars, each with different expectations for style and performance.
Meg always says that "you can't pay the bills with a car," and her role in the shop is to make sure the money continues to come in.
Jeff Allen puts on display a 1969 Plymouth Hemi Roadrunner with a distinct provenance: It has been owned by two different celebrities.
Perry has a soft spot for Americana, but there is one golden era after he says car design seriously declined.
Tom gives a unique perspective on his son Jeff's skill for sensing trends in the classic car market and finding diamonds in the rough.
A self-confessed amateur electrical engineer, Eric displays some of his pet projects, including a functioning Tesla Coil and Jacob's ladder.
Jeff and his team flipped this 1968 Chevrolet Nova into something that would make a collector salivate.
To Eric, each car has its own personality. Although the cars haven't spoken to him yet, there's one feature he'd like to see with the chance to make that happen.
To some, an auto workshop would seem like an unusual place for science, but to Eric it's just another day on the job.
Jeff recounts a story about a favorite old car and some surprising events around its eventual fate.
As he famously droned on-screen in his signature "Terminator" movies, Arnold Schwarzenegger is back.
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