Champion cyclist Lance Armstrong received a personal gift after he won his sixth Tour de France; a GTO that he's always wanted. But after the Overhaulin guys worked on it, the GTO was taken to a new level of cool -- a world class GTO.
Travis is a young guy who wants to be a cop. He also wants to have a top custom of a '63 Ford Falcon; instead, he has his old and dying variation on that theme. But the A-Team of Chip Foose and the others are going grant Travis' wish and let him play cop
John has had his classic 1952 GMC truck for a long time. He always wanting to fix it up but never having the time or the money for a rebuild. That all changed after his family got hold of Overhaulin' and set Chip Foose loose on the pick-up.
Miles and Chrissy both lost their fathers within 3 weeks of each other, Chrissy's dad left the Bronco to Miles in his will. Miles views this car as a symbol and tribute to both fathers and wants to restore the Bronco to it's original beauty.
David never had enough saved to fix up his '68 Firebird. After high school, he joined the Marines and served three times in Iraq and Afghanistan. Now that he's back and enrolled in college, Overhaulin' is going to give him a little surprise.
Michelle and Megan are more like sisters than mother-and-daughter. Megan's good grades earned her money for a car, and she got a good deal on a 1963 Comet, but she needs more money to have work done on the car.
Tanner and his dad, Wade, love cars. Wade wants to fix up his 1967 Chevy Chevelle, but he doesn't have time. To thank him for being such a great dad, Tanner becomes the youngest "accomplice" ever on the show as he prepares to overhaul his father.