Rust Valley Restorers: Season 1 (2018)

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Air date: Aug 23, 2019

Mike looks to make some cash on a '70 Dodge Swinger while restoring a '66 Lincoln Continental for a client. Now, if he can just stay under budget ...

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Air date: Aug 23, 2019

Mike's latest client is none other than his little brother Kevin Hall, who's entrusting Mike to restore his 1964 Buick Riviera dream car. Little does Kevin know, Mike's getting the whole family involved.

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Eager to up his cash flow, Mike focuses his efforts on a '68 Chevy Chevelle. Meanwhile, Avery bumps heads with the owner of a '41 Dodge Power Wagon.

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After more than a decade, Mike begins to restore a '66 Mustang. Also, Connor helps his dad sell off a vintage Plymouth Satellite.

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Hoping to bang up some business, the Rust Brothers enter a '69 Cadillac in the demolition derby. Dave brings the thunder with a '76 Chrysler.

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It's alive: The gang restores a 1938 Harvester "Frankentruck." Mike, Avery and Connor try to raise cash at the swap meet. A body man ties the knot.

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With winter approaching, Mike sets out to sell a '64 Ford Fairlane and a beautiful bare metal '41 Ford Super Deluxe before his buyers fly south.

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Connor goes rogue while restoring a 1966 Chevy II. Meanwhile, Mike and Avery are reminded that nothing's easy when it comes to sprucing up old cars.

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Mike risks ruin when he resurrects his costly restoration of a 1968 Camaro, while his new shop manager, Avery, sends the budget soaring on a 1966 Super Bee, and they discover that thieves may be stealing parts from the Field of Dreams.

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Mike struggles to finish a problematic 1966 Pontiac Parisienne, while stumbling into direct competition with a Rust Valley neighbour; Avery crashes into his new role as shop manager.

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Old-school auto collector Mike Hall, his pal Avery Shoaf and son Connor Hall go the extra mile to restore retro cars -- and hopefully turn a profit.

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Critic Reviews for Rust Valley Restorers Season 1

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If you like cars, goofy white guys with dreads, and the Canadian Rockies, Rust Valley Restorers is your kind of show.

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Audience Reviews for Rust Valley Restorers: Season 1

  • Jan 10, 2021
    WHAT A JOKE. terrible work done in a dirty shop, averys phoney laugh is hard on the head its funny sometimes but restoring cars come on, these guys are terrible. compare them to say joe martins show of restoring cars is laughable, they could never make it fixing cars if they had to please please end the show and find something professional the us boys are laughing at us
  • Aug 24, 2020
    When i started to watch this my expectations were low. But I think its amazing, because its real i guess. The The employes Mike everyone they are Just authentic they are Not Charakters playing a role they are just who they are, i think nothing ist staged Here or it does Not feel Like it at all it feels very real and Natural and even Humble Sometimes. Mike remembers me of Rick from Rick and Morty, he is like a real life version of Rick. I am looking Forward for the next season. By the way the guitar Tunes at the Soundtracks in the background are really awesome.
  • May 26, 2020
    The protagonists are so incompetents ! I can't understand how they can make a tv program. They're not funny, they don't know what they're doing.
  • May 12, 2020
    Rust Valley Restorers has a lot going for it. It is set in a beautiful part of the world where everyone seems to be "car crazy", it is funny due to it's weird cast and it is really informative.
  • Dec 30, 2019
    Love this show so much and hope they make more. The guys are hilarious and they do beautiful work.
  • Oct 20, 2019
    Honestly it's a great show. The cars are awesome and the personalities are even better. Definitely watch this.
  • Sep 22, 2019
    Kept me entertained. Funny and some cool cars.
  • Sep 06, 2019
    Great personalities and humor.
  • Sep 04, 2019
    The show was alright imo they focused too much on the drama and not enough on the cars. A lot of the show also feels heavly scripted and awkward. They also talked about the same problems so much that it just got annoying, yeah okay so whats his name likes cars and doesn't like selling them, meanwhile he also made almost 50k in the first couple of episodes soo it's not like they are gonna starve anytime soon. There are better car shows out there that will teach you about cars or just are more interesting. I like the look at Canadian car culture, shame it's tied to a show that is clearly scripted by some reality TV show writer.
  • Sep 03, 2019
    OMG!! The cars!! <3

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