Published August 26, 2013
The boys of Gas Monkey Garage are back for new episodes in season two of their hit Discovery Channel show "Fast N' Loud," and star Richard Rawlings says the show has something for everyone.
The show centers around automotive experts Richard Rawlings and Aaron Kaufman as they search for rare (and often times rundown) classic cars that they can buy and restore at their Texas garage. But buying and restoring antique cars can often be a gamble.
"Ten years in the car business - I could've probably went to Harvard twice with all the money I lost," Rawlings told Jonathan Hunt on his show "On the Hunt" on FoxNews.com LIVE. "You're out there, you're hunting for this gem or this car that hasn't been seen in 40 or 50 years, you're bargaining on the price tag and then you're bringing it back to life and trying to sell it to make a profit."
The team is often racing against the clock to restore cars in time to get them to the auction block - but that doesn't mean they don't have favorites. Aaron Kaufman said his favorite is a '68 F100 that the team built.
"We built it exceptionally fast and not only is it a great vehicle, but it gets absolutely brutalized every day of its life and it shows up every day and it runs," said Kaufman.
Rawlings says the show has a "good mix of humor, history, risk and reward." "Fast N' Loud" returns to Discovery Channel on Monday, September 2 at 9 p.m. ET.
Watch the full interview with the Gas Monkey Garage team above and catch "On the Hunt" with Jonathan Hunt weekdays at 12 p.m. ET on FoxNews.com LIVE.