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There is no episode of Roadkill or Roadkill Garage that out-Mad-Maxes this one, because absolutely no one these days hacks the sheetmetal off of a 1970 Dodge Challenger to fit giant off-road tires and go desert bashing. Except Freiburger and Dulcich. And even if people did slice up desirable muscle cars, they’d be smarter than Freiburger and Dulcich and wouldn’t drive them into a lava flow during a 100-year sandstorm that strips paint, shreds skin, and tears up eyeballs. Ah, but there’s no glory without suffering, and this time on Roadkill Garage, there’s plenty of glory. Not only that, but the guys turned a mundane dirt-track race car (seen in Roadkill episodes 54 and 56) into an unforgettable E-body off-roader. BTW, don’t worry—this car was no rest candidate to begin with.