A crew of car lovers at a garage in the Rocky Mountains transforms abandoned heaps of rust into collectible classics.
In Season 4 of Rust Valley Restorers, car restorer Mike Hall faces the toughest decision of his life: should he sell his beloved “Field of Dreams” and all of the cars he hasn’t yet saved? With new permit laws threatening to shut down his shop and fast approaching forest fires in the region, Mike is running out of time and money, and considers auctioning off his entire collection. Meanwhile his best friend Avery struggles to keep his own restoration business alive after receiving complaints from the neighbors, and Mike’s son Connor continues to help his father’s business while also planning his own wedding.
Firing up the second season, the Rust Bros crew make a bold comeback when they tackle a 1968 Camaro and a 1966 Dodge Super Bee restoration that brings back demons from Mike’s past. Then, after Mike loosens his grip on the shop’s steering wheel and appoints Avery as manager, the crew works with one of Rust Valley’s most oddball residents for a major restoration of a 1966 Pontiac Parisienne. However, the job forces Avery to crash in his new role. Later in the season, Avery, determined to prove to Mike that the restoration business can profit, recruits a local legend to help him restore a 1942 Harley Davidson that he discovered buried in Mike’s junkyard. Fans will also see a personal side of the Rust Bros crew this season, with a visit to Avery’s family farm where Mike’s veterinary skills are tested and a Model T Ford is found; Avery recruiting his son for a restoration project; and Mike’s son Connor races in two demolition derbies – with smashing results.
The boys of Rust Valley are back with another season of amazing cars, tough competition, and lots of laughs. We continue to follow car fanatic Mike Hall, his son Connor, and the Rust Bros gang in their mission to restore dilapidated classic cars to their former glory in car-crazed Rust Valley. Former shop manager and best friend Avery Shoaf has opened his own shop: Wildman Restorations with help from his son Shafin. Will Avery continue to work with Mike or become another competitor? Mike still has over 400 cars in his ‘field of dreams’ and he continues to buy more cars than he restores. Business is brisk, but it’s crucial that Mike keeps his eye on the bottom line. If the money doesn’t flow, he could still sell off the entire operation – for the right offer…or does he have another trick up his sleeve?
The car restoration documentary series' executive producers, Matt Shewchuk and Tyson Hepburn of Mayhem Entertainment, are about to find out how much gas it has in the tank, with the History Channel program — set in Tappen, about an hour east of Kamloops