Primetime Shows The Car Chasers

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Far From Mint

In this clip, Jeff and Perry are appalled to see how badly this Ferrari car has been neglected. Can Jeff restore it back to the beauty it once was?

Feel that power!

Jeff barely survives a test drive in a restored SS, but will the offer he receives for it finish him off?

'A Polished Turd'

Jeff is hesitant to bring a dusty, ignored old Grand Prix into Flat 12 for many reasons: Extensive damage, Meg's wrath, and Eric's biggest fear, spiders!

Did he really just do that?

You won't believe what the Roundman has done to Jeff at the latest auction.

'Selling cars like candy bars'

This is the first time the gang has gone to a New Orleans auction and no one knows what to expect.

Driving through New Orleans

Meg has a theory for the lack of classic cars cruising the streets in New Orleans.

The wrong thermostat

Perry and Eric realize that a 1958 Chevy Ramble is overheated. Will they be able to fix the problem?

The Car Chasers' Jeff Allen, and his father Tom Souter offer their advice to help you avoid online auto scams.

Kelley Blue Book provides a list of new car tech for every part of driving, from road safety to avoiding traffic.

Meet The Team

  • Jeff Allen, the owner of Flat 12 Gallery in Lubbock, Texas, will find any excuse to find, fix, and flip a classic car. If it's got an engine, Jeff has a plan.

  • Perry Brandt is definitely Jeff's right hand man at Flat 12. His expertise ranges all the way from delivering complex body work and custom detailing, to dazzling Jeff with his skillful engine modification abilities.

  • Not only is Meg Jeff's partner she's also been his longstanding financial advisor, but she is far from the typical moneyman: her abundance of car wisdom sometimes, even outshines the guys.

  • Don't let his awkward demeanor fool you, Eric Ables knows what he's talking about when it comes to the inner workings of a car.

About The Car Chasers

Jeff Allen travels the country looking to buy and sell cars. Whether it’s a rare Shelby Mustang or a vintage hot rod, the key is buy low and sell high, something that doesn’t always happen. Selling cars is a dangerous business…but perhaps there’s no greater danger than negotiating with your own dad.

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