Follow Three eccentric mechanics, Jimmy de Ville, Ant Partridge and Helen Stanley, are on a mission to bring the once Great British engineering company, Goblin, back to life. Together they restore some of the world's best known cars and bikes, using artisan skill to create wacky and daring designs. This series follows the trio as they tackle complicated builds, all whilst taking on the pressures of expanding a new British business and brand. Featuring ground-up restorations, Goblin Works Garage turn classics into customs - completely transforming the look and performance of cars. Coming up, Jimmy sets out to build a ‘rally car for the road' but a test drive crash changes the plan of action for its restoration. With wild paint schemes, engine upgrades and cutting edge design, this is a super stylish, custom car show like no other.
Monster Garage is a television show for the Discovery Channel hosted by Jesse James. Each episode is an hour in length and was conceived and produced by Thom Beers. The show aired the series finale on June 12, 2006. Jesse James, the host of the show, did not participate.
Richard Rawlings and his team travel the country helping struggling shop owners. In each episode, Rawlings takes over a shop as he works to revamp and revitalize the enterprise.
The Garage is a television programme following the staff of English Mobile Mechanics in Marbella, Spain. The programme follows the activities of the garage and initially it followed new staff hires as they adjusted to life in Spain whilst coping with their new jobs and their boss, Jock Campbell. As work in southern Spain depends on tourists or villa owners that winter elsewhere the Garage's trade is highly seasonal. Four out of the five new recruits found themselves with insufficient paid work so eventually announced that they were leaving and vacated their positions.
A spin-off of the hit series Fast N' Loud, Misfit Garage features four mechanics who have all done business with Richard Rawling's Gas Monkey Garage and join forces to create their own hot rod shop to rival Gas Monkey. Will this band of misfits be able to turn their garage into a money-making machine, or will their mistakes sink their business before it gets off the ground?
A fix-it show where a lucky car owner is selected to have his or her stalled and neglected project vehicle finally completed over the course of a weekend with the help of our hosts. They crash your garage and take the car from “DIY Dead End” to “Done.”
Roadkill Garage is where David Freiburger and Steve Dulcich show you how to do the wrong thing the right way! Whether the guys are wrenching on project cars from the Roadkill show or creating their own moving violations, you'll always get info and action on Roadkill Garage.
Starting as a YouTube series in 2006 and making it's way to television in 2015 on CNBC, former host of "The Tonight Show" Jay Leno does car and motorcycle reviews on classic cars, super cars like the McLaren P1, restored cars, vintage and sports cars. Jay Leno's Big Dog Garage is located in Burbank, California, near Bob Hope Airport. In 2011 the show won a Primetime Emmy Award for "Outstanding Special Class — Short-Format Nonfiction Program". It is distributed by NBC Entertainment's digital division.
Antique and classic cars are restored by the Guild of Automotive Restorers in Bradford, Ont.
Garage Club is a French animated TV series aired on Nickelodeon since September 2009 and on France 4 since September 2011.
ESPN2 Garage is a new ninety minute programming block dedicated to the automotive and motorsports world on ESPN2. Debuting Saturday, January 6, 2006, the programming will air on ESPN2 from 5pm ET to 6:30pm ET on weekdays, from 10am ET to 12pm ET on Saturdays and from 10am ET to 11am ET on Sundays. This programming block will be the preceding the new daily automotive news and analysis program, NASCAR Now. ESPN2 Garage programming will cover topics ranging from car preparation, automotive auctions, how-to help, racing programs, automotive entertainment/reality and even an animated series about a family of motorsports fans entitled The Pits.
Garage Matches is a Canadian serial drama television series that follows the competitors as they compete head-to-head against each other for the title of Garage Matches Champion. Each episode typically features a variety of exciting, daring, shocking, disgusting, and most importantly, entertaining competitions. The show is produced by GR Productions and airs on the CBC Network in Canada. In August 2007 it was announced that Garage Matches will continue for a second season. The second season will consist of 10 episodes, running weekly uninterrupted by repeats.
It's all about shop floor drama, gas fueled egos, and millions of dollars at stake. An oil drenched, history soaked, paint splattered garage where the dreams of lofty aficionados and grease monkey gear-heads meet. Car restoration and customization is a multi billion dollar industry worldwide. And everybody who brings their car to the Guild has the same dream. Whether it's a rare vintage Lancia, in for a complete restoration or a '67 Chevy booked for "go faster" stripes, every driver wants to be behind that wheel as soon as possible and turn every head on the road. But running such a specialized and demanding business isn't always smooth sailing, or driving...
Garage Kids - pierwotna koncepcja serialu animowanego Kod Lyoko, wyprodukowany w 2001 roku przez Antefilms. Początkowo twórcy mieli zamiar zatytułować serial Garage Kids, a odcinek pilotażowy miał stać się pierwszym z serii 26 26-minutowych odcinków. Ostatecznie zdecydowano się na zmianę nazwy oraz fabuły.
Garage Dreams captures the mosaic of modern auto culture through an engaging series of human stories about passion, craft and culture. This global collection of stylised and considered documentary films celebrates the rebellion against mass production and planned obsolescence at a grass roots level. The films faithfully document the enduring human character and the ongoing quest for the mastery of an almost lost craft.