There are so many good episodes of Big Easy Motors, but which ones really stand out? Do you like "Heavy Chevy" the best, or is "Big Easy Bandit" your favorite episode of Big Easy Motors? To determine once and for all what the best episodes of Big Easy Motors are, let's rank every Big Easy Motors episode from best to worst.
Big Easy Motors is an American reality TV series featuring The Bomb Factory in New Orleans, a restoration company of classic cars and hot rods. In the series, co-owner Charles Handler puts the restored cars up for auction in hopes of turning a profit. Big Easy Motors premiered on History on July 5, 2016.
Vote up your favorite episodes of Big Easy Motors, and downvote any bad episodes that you really didn't enjoy, despite how much you love the series as a whole. It can be painful to put one Big Easy Motors episode over the other when there are so many good ones, which is why you can vote on however many episodes you like.
- Season 1 Episode 8: After chasing it for an entire year, Charles finally finds and buys the classy 1962 Chrysler 300 he's been dreaming of.
- 120Season 1 Episode 6: Charles and Trey head to a farm just outside of town to purchased their latest project--a run down 1967 Ford Mustang.
- 120Season 1 Episode 4: Charles and Trey are hired to fix local legend and rock star Pepper Keenan's 1955 Chevrolet. In an effort to build business, they take on the challenge of rebuilding the engine.
- Season 1 Episode 1: Charles and Trey stumble across a 1970 Z28 Chevrolet Camaro deep in the bayou in major need of restoration.
- Season 1 Episode 2: Charles and Trey happen across a rare 1972 Dodge Demon driving through the streets of New Orleans. After snagging it for $2,500 they have just one week to transform it.
- Season 1 Episode 3: After haggling down to a pretty reasonable price, Trey and Charles fight to bring a trashed up collectors dream back to life--a 1968 Chevy El Camino.
- Season 1 Episode 5: Charles and Trey find their new project in a Pontiac Firebird Trans-Am in their pal's junkyard. After further research Charles finds out it's a rare Trans-Am.
- Season 1 Episode 7: The Bomb Factory has an opportunity to buy an extremely rare exotic muscle car. Since the asking price is too much.
- Season 1 Episode 9: In an eerie abandoned warehouse, Charles discovers more than just ghosts--hidden in a damp corner, under a sheet, he finds a sleek, 1959 Chevrolet Corvette.
- Season 1 Episode 10: When Charles and Trey snag a 1970 Ford Maverick Grabber along with a parts car, they're bringing in something a little more personal.
- Season 1 Episode 11: After a local lawyer informs Charles and Trey of an estate sale, they race over to find a rare 1968 Plymouth Fury 3.
- Season 1 Episode 12: With the business of the Bomb Factory growing, the team is hired by a man who is looking to create the car of his childhood dreams.
- Season 1 Episode 13: Charles and Trey get a call from a man deep in the Bayou looking to unload his 1971 Ford Bronco.
- Season 1 Episode 14: Charles and Trey get a lead on a possible Ed Roth Trike, a three-wheeled monster that is motorcycle in the front and car in the back.
- Season 1 Episode 15: Trey and Frankie get a call about a 1974 Dodge Charger down at the used car lot.
- Season 1 Episode 16: The guys are asked by famed car collector, Tim Wellborne, to create the "most beautiful car that never was"-- the 1970 Paint Chip 'Cuda to feature in his musclecar museum.