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Satanic Mechanic 

Danny is visited by legendary Mistress of the Dark, Elvira, whose famous Thunderbird is in need of some mechanical magic.

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Danny is visited by legendary Mistress of the Dark, Elvira, whose famous Thunderbird is in need of some mechanical magic.

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28 August 2012 (USA)  »

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Elvira The Legend Rides Again !!
11 July 2015 | by See all my reviews

I love this show. The guys are cool, enthusiastic, and full of fun. Each episode has a 'Boys Love Their Toys" feel to it which makes the show all that more fun to watch. These guys are real and the cars are amazing - both before and after the automobile reconstructions. Their taste is a bit on the Gothic side (which I love) and is all the more compelling because of that. Frolics in the moonlight anyone?

Each episode rocks BUT the one that really makes my werewolf howl is the Ep with sexy horror legend ELVIRA. She really got the guys' engines going and I am not one bit surprised. They should have her again on their show for sure especially because they have recently let it be known that this particular episode was their absolute fave and who could blame them. Loving the guys and woofing at Elvira! x


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