The new season of THE CAR CHASERS begins on Wednesday, November 5. Season 3 consists of 16 thirty-minute episodes. The first week, new episodes of THE CAR CHASERS will air back-to-back at 10pm and 10:30pm ET/PT. Each additional new episode will air on Wednesdays at 10pm ET/PT.
About THE CAR CHASERS:
THE CAR CHASERS is all about making big bucks buying, fixing and flipping cars. Set in Lubbock, Texas, Jeff Allen and Meg Bailey return with 16 new half-hour episodes, determined to bring their business, Flat 12, to a higher level – more cars, deals worth more money and larger, riskier business ventures. Jeff and Meg scour the country, hunting for American muscle cars, classic hot rods and the absolute sexiest European models. Whether a car needs a total overhaul or just a little bit of TLC, their expert mechanic Luke Cork and resident mad scientist Eric Ables, have 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.
Wednesday, 11/5/14 at 10PM: The Car Chasers #301 (P) – "BIGGER, BETTER, BADDER"
Jeff and Meg have big plans to grown Flat 12 Gallery. They hire a mechanic to help Eric, Jeff looks at more expensive cars – including a totally custom, 1962 Impala and they plan to attend a higher-end auction in Auburn, Indiana. Flat 12 is moving into riskier territory, but the rewards could be huge
Wednesday, 11/5/14 at 10:30PM: The Car Chasers #302 (P) – "THE RAREST CARS YOU'LL EVER SEE"
Jeff and Meg take a trip to California to check out a pristine 1931 Chevrolet Victoria hot rod and find a bonus car to go along with it. Back in Lubbock, Eric and Luke slice and dice a six-wheeled monster military vehicle. And later, Jeff butts heads with Billy Hayes in a salesman showdown over a slick, black Ferrari Testarossa.
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